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ESP-IGERT Fellows and Associates Participate at the UIC Student Research Forum

UIC Student Research Forum
Tuesday, April 16, 2013 
1:00pm - 5:00pm 
UIC Forum 
725 West Roosevelt Road

ESP-IGERT Fellows and Associates Stacy Blasiola, Federica Fornaciari, Renee Powers, Karen Heart, Hale Thompson, Ben Kuo, and John Pendergrass presented their research posters at the UIC Student Research Forum. This Forum provides a venue for the entire student body; undergraduate, graduate and professional, to present their scholarly efforts and is an event in which the campus celebrates the wealth of research across all disciplines carried out by the dedicated students of this campus.

What Friends Are For: How Network Ties Enable Invasive Third Party Applications On Facebook
Stacy Blasiola - Department of Communication

Knowledge Contribution in Online Patient to Patient Healthcare Communities
Benjamin Kuo - Department of Information and Decision Sciences

I Can’t Believe She Wrote That on Amazon!
Patterns of Self-­disclosure in Amazon’s Reviews
Federica Fornaciari - Department of Communication

A Framework for Security Analysis of Telemedicine Applications
Karen Heart, Department of Computer Science, and John Pendergrass, Department of Information and Decision Sciences

Understanding the Blogging Behaviors & Disclosure Practices of HIV-Positive MSM: An Exploratory Analysis
Hale M. Thompson, School of Public Health and Renee M. Powers, Department of Communication