Ph.D., Purdue University M.S., Purdue UniversityA.B., University of Southern California
Lorraine’s research interests center around organizing and socializing practices in sociotechnical contexts. Her current research projects include: Collaborative organizing in design and technological contexts; Privacy and social networks; Contextual and cultural influences on organizing; Ethics and emerging technologies; Gender, culture, and STEM careers; Difference, marginalized voices and populations; Organizational leadership and diversity. She is also currently developing an ethnography of cyborgian identity. She analyzes social and semantic network structures, and uses novel wearable technologies to examine the social dynamics of organizing as well as material and embodied practices in organizing.