Michigan Interactive and Social Computing

The MISC research group connects researchers studying human-computer interaction, social computing, and computer-supported cooperative work across the University of Michigan


Join us for weekly events hosting speakers from a diverse range of disciplines. Here, Nicole Ellison speaks about her recent research surrounding characteristics of social media such as anonymity and ephemerality, and how these characteristics shape our social interaction.


Build relationships with peers and colleagues. Here, Assistant Professor Silvia Lindtner from the School of Information and Associate Professor John Marshall from the Stamps School of Art & Design and the Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning share a laugh at a weekly MISC event.