Members Sign In

Meetings & Events

Loading Events

Details

Date:
May 30, 2019
Time:
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Event Tags:
, , , , , ,
  • This event has passed.

UIDP Webinar: Instagram Proposals on Well-being and Safety Research

May 30, 2019 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT

Instagram’s mission is to bring people closer to the people and things they love. To achieve this, they need to invest in keeping our communities safe and understanding Instagram’s impact on human well-being. Instagram recently announced a request for research proposals to help them better understand experiences on Instagram that foster or harm the well-being and safety of our communities and societies. This includes, but is not limited to, research that will help them understand problematic issues facing our communities, develop better policies, assess possible interventions to protect our communities, or identify the mechanisms (e.g., social support, social comparison) through which Instagram usage directly impacts well-being. Instagram will grant awards of up to $50K USD per awardee to fund projects of up to one year in duration.

The webinar will provide a forum for attendees to ask questions about the RFP, including proposal requirements and post-award administration.

Participation is free!

Register today

Presenter

Kelsey Mulcahy is a research program manager on the Facebook Research Operations and Academic Relations team. She focuses on driving engaging academic collaborations, partnerships, research initiatives, and conference activities for the Core Data Science and UX research teams.

« All Events

  • Submit a Session Topic

    Have a case study to share? A topic you’d like to present or see addressed at a UIDP event? Submit your session proposal by clicking here.


     

    UIDP members say our conferences are a primary avenue to share approaches, collaborate while establishing important connections, and solve contemporary partnership challenges. UIDP relies on member organizations to provide host facilities and support in-person conferences. Most conference sites are secured years in advance. If you have questions or are interested in hosting a UIDP conference, contact us at info@uidp.org.