Our Sponsors:

The STIR Lab would like to gratefully acknowledge our research sponsors. We would also like to clarify that any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in our published research or on this website are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of our sponsors.

The National Science Foundation

  • “CAREER: Safety by Design: Protecting Adolescents from Online Risks” (#1844881, 3/2019 – 2/2024, $550,000)
  • ““PFI-RP: A Multi-Disciplinary Approach to Detecting Adolescent Online Risks” (#1827700, 9/2018 – 8/2021, $766,000).
  • “SaTC: CORE: Small: Collaborative: Leveraging community oversight to enhance collective efficacy for privacy and security” (#1814439, 9/2018 – 8/2021, $188,272).
  • “EAGER:CHS: Examining Self-Harm and Suicide Contagion Risks of Viral Social Media Challenges on Youth and Young Adults” (#1832904, 4/2018 – 3/2020, $58,053).
  • “I-Corps: Risk Detection Algorithms for Adolescent Online Safety” (#1933333, 06/15/2019 – 12/14/2019, $50,000)
  • “CNS:SaTC: NSF Proposal for Student Travel Grants to Attend the CSCW 2017 Privacy Ethics Workshop” (#1734273, 2/2017 – 1/2018, $5,000)

The William T. Grant Foundation

  • Reducing Digital Inequality by Empowering At-Risk Youth to be Resilient against Online Sexual Predation Risks” (7/2018-6/2023, $350,000)

Mozilla Research Grants

  • “A Community-based Approach to Co-Managing Privacy and Security for Mozilla’s Web of Things”(9/2018-8/2020, $45,000)

Learning Institute for Elders (LIFE) Group

  • “Carebit: A Privacy-Preserving ‘Step’ toward Remote Informal Caregiving”(2018, $2,000)