Michelle F. Levine
Michelle Levine is an Associate Research Scientist in the Department of Computer Science at Columbia University. Her research focuses on linguistic and nonlinguistic aspects of communication in human-human and human-computer interaction. Her interest is in interpersonal communication processes—how people coordinate actions in collaborative tasks and how technology can enhance the process and improve task success. She draws upon theories and methodologies from cognitive psychology, linguistics, and computer science. She received her Sc.B. in Psychology and Computer Science from Duke University and her Ph.D. in Psychology from The New School. During graduate school she worked at AT&T Laboratories in the IP & Voice Services and Human Factors Departments, where she received a patent for a multimodal interface to search cable television programming. Michelle Levine is a Researcher for the Tow Center.
Tow Center Project: Social Sharing of Longform Journalism