Support your fellow graduate student by participating in a current research study.  Click on the titles below to find more information on the studies.

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Winter 2021 participant requests

Title of study Name of graduate student Participant requirements
Shades of Care: Understanding how BIPOC mothers and children experience paediatric care in Ontario, Canada Raisa Ladha

BIPOC mothers living in Ontario for at least 6 months, who have required paediatric care for their children (birth to 5 years)

Investigation of Explainable Artificial Intelligence in a Peer-to-Peer Lending Context

Murat Dikmen

UW Students (Undergraduate and Graduate)
Disability in graduate education: Examining the role of self-regulated learning and the psychosocial aspects of student experiences Newsha Ziaian-Ghafari Graduate students with and without disabilities enrolled in a Master's or Doctoral program for any field of study
Digital looking glass or funhouse mirror?: Self-presentation on location-based real-time dating apps and reflexive embodiment in men seeking men Eric Filice Must identify as a gay, bisexual, or otherwise non-heterosexual man, be 18 years or older, and have used dating apps

Fall 2020 participant requests

Title of study Name of graduate student Participant requirements
Question Answering Performance of Search Engines Mustafa Abualsaud

In order to participate in the study, you must:

  1. Be proficient in English.
  2. Require no assistance with using a phone device or a computer.
  3. Have not participated in a similar information retrieval user study.
  4. Must have a smartphone (Android or iOS) with Zoom installed.

The Use of Artificially Intelligent Self-Diagnosing Digital Platforms by University Students – An Exploratory Sequential Mixed Methods

Stephanie Aboueid University students between 18 and 34 years of age