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Grants & Awards


Snyder, J. (PI), "CAREER: CHS: Visually Encoding Personal Data for Vulnerable Populations," Sponsored by the National Science Foundation (#1845023). $549,966. 7/1/19-6/30/23.

Snyder, J. (PI), "Visualizing Bipolar Disorder: Exploring the Representation of Personal Data in the Treatment of Serious Mental Illness," Sponsored by the UW Royalty Research Fund (RRF, #65-6521). $34,766. 02/01/2017-09/15/2018

Snyder, J. (PI), "Collaborative Design: Personal Data related to Serious Mental Illness": Sponsored by Group Health Foundation: Lessons Learned from Engaging with Communities, $7,500. 6/2018.


In reverse chronological order

Diversity and Inclusion Recognition, CSCW 2018

Best Paper Honorable Mention, CSCW 2018

Best student paper award, ASSETS 2017 (Advisee as lead author.)

HICSS, Best paper nomination, 2016

iSchools Caucus Doctoral Dissertation Award, 2013

ASIST ProQuest Doctoral Dissertation Award, 2012

Doctoral Prize for Excellence in Scholarship and Research, Syracuse University, 2012

Chancellor's Award for Public Engagement and Scholarship, awarded to the Syracuse Little Free Libraries Project (Project coordinator), Syracuse University, 2012

Thomson Reuters Doctoral Dissertation Proposal Award, 2010

Best poster award, "Applying multimodal discourse analysis to study image-enabled communication," iConference, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, 2010

Outstanding TA Award, The Graduate School, Syracuse University, 2009

Dissertation Research Grant from The Study Response Project, 2008

Student Travel Scholarship from the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) to attend the Fall Symposium on Multimedia Information Extraction, November 2008

Student Travel Award for Best Student Paper in Information Science from the American Society for Information Science & Technology, New England Chapter (NEASIST), to attend ASIST Annual Meeting, October 2008