Carl DiSalvo
Associate Professor, School of Literature, Media and Communication Co-Director, SLS Fellows Programs

Through his research and design projects Dr. DiSalvo works with communities and organizations to study and develop new tools and techniques applied to local social issues. Examples of this include working with urban foragers to design digital mapping and sensor platforms and working with neighborhood residents to design data collection, analysis, and reporting methods. The aim of this work is better understand how people's civic lives are shaped by contemporary technologies, and how they might collaboratively work towards more diverse and equitable ways of living together.