Andrew L. Kun, Elizabeth Churchill, Tamara L. Clegg, Jonathan Grudin, Kristina Höök, Daria Loi, Yolanda Rankin, Elizabeth Rosenzweig, Kentaro Toyama, Susan Dray
To celebrate 40 years of SIGCHI, we came together for a panel at the CHI 2022 conference. Conceived by Susan Dray and moderated by Andrew Kun, the panel sought to inspire the SIGCHI community. The panelists—Elizabeth Churchill, Tamara L. Clegg, Jonathan Grudin, Kristina Höök, Daria Loi, Yolanda Rankin, Elizabeth Rosenzweig, and Kentaro Toyama—represented a diverse set of backgrounds and career stages. Andrew prompted them to reflect on the successes and challenges of the past 40 years and to provide provocations: What are the anticipated problems, approaches, and visions for the future of SIGCHI? Our conversation addressed the following questions:…
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