Chris Bopp
PhD Student

Advisor: Amy Voida

Christopher Bopp studies how social service organizations use data and information systems to evaluate and improve their programs. Over the last 10 years, he has consulted for a variety of organizations in the areas of data science, IT engineering and information security. He has conducted research around the diffusion of information through social media during natural disasters with Project EPIC and was a Data Science for Social Good fellow at the University of Chicago. Bopp received his BS from Rochester Institute of Technology and his MS from the ATLAS program in Information and Communication Technology for Development. His advisor, Amy Voida, is on the faculty of the Department of Information Science.


Disempowered by Data: Nonprofits, Social Enterprises, and the Consequences of Data-Driven Work

Reappropriating Hackathons: The Production Work of the CHI4Good Day of Service

The Design Fictions of Philanthropic IT: Stuck Between an Imperfect Present and an Impossible Future