George Tsiveriotis

George Tsiveriotis

George moved to the San Francisco Bay Area in 2009 after attending high school in Athens, Greece. He earned his B.S. from Stanford University in Symbolic Systems, an interdisciplinary program that consists of coursework in computer science, psychology, philosophy, and linguistics.

George spent the year before grad school working in Facebook’s communications and policy department, where he collaborated with tech reporters from outlets such as WIRED and the Washington Post on stories about a wide range of topics including tech accessibility, the Silicon Valley gender gap, and the role of analog art in online communities.

George’s research interests include social media, online identity, techno-utopianism, and algorithmic bias.

Thesis: Everything is Awful: Snark as Ritualized Practice in Online Discourse