Lynn Dombrowski studies, designs, and prototypes human-centered technologies to examine and promote social justice. Her work contributes to the fields of human-computer interaction, ubiquitous and social computing, and design.

She produces analytic, theoretic, and pragmatic contributions to HCI to deepen the field’s understanding of how information and communication technologies may foster and inhibit social change.

Dombrowski’s research explores the practices within and the design of the socio-technical systems meant to contend with large systemic social issues. Her work has focused on topics including hunger, food insecurity, and labor issues. She explores themes of power, empowerment, politics, ethics, values, advocacy, and justice within the context of the design and use of sociotechnical systems.

Bioinformatics, Management Information Systems, Information Science/Systems, Computer Science
PhD, University of California Irvine, Informatics, 2015
MS, Indiana University Bloomington, Human-Computer Interaction and Design, 2010
BS, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Computer Information Systems and Web and Digital Media Development, 2008