Acm Sigcas Computers and Society 49 (3):13-13 (2021)

When I have time to daydream, admittedly not often, I imagine the big New York City lawyer's office from Erin Brockovich. The room is huge and overlooks the city. Instead of lawyers around the massive table, there are computer scientists and social scientists. Specifically, Ph.D. candidates and their advisors from top programs in social work, education, criminal justice, public affairs, political science, and computer and data science from around the US.
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