Social Studies of Computing

Multidisciplinary Research Group at McGill University

How to Join the Lab

There are a few different ways to become a member of the lab.

  1. If you're faculty at McGill (tenure-track professor, faculty lecturer, or tenure-track librarian):
    1. Attend at least one meeting of the SHAPE reading group.
    2. Then let Elizabeth know you'd like to be a member! Provide the information that is provided in the entries on the People page.
  2. If you're interested in doing research with Elizabeth:
    1. Consult her website for information for prospective graduate students & undergraduate researchers. All her students automatically become members of the lab.
  3. Everybody else:
    1. Attend a few meetings of either reading group. Then let know whoever is the Logistics co-ordinator on the People page that you'd like to join the Keybase Team.
    2. If you stay active in the Keybase and/or (semi-)regularly come to events like the reading groups for more than one term, ask whoever is the Website coordinator to become a member. Provide the information that is provided in the entries on the People page.

Research Opportunities for Students

If you're a current undergraduate or graduate student at McGill looking for an advisor, or a prospective graduate student considering this lab, the following professors are known to take students in this area. Consult each of their websites to see if they are taking students.

Related Reserach Groups at McGill

In addition to the professors listed above, you may also want to check out the following related research groups:

And these related university departments:

McGill also has an undergradutae major available for Arts students in the History and Philosophy of Science

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