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Shaundra B. Daily, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Research Areas: 
Human-Centered Computing
Education: 

Ph.D., Media Arts and Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Media Lab - 2011

M.S., Media Arts and Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Media Lab - 2005

M.S., Electrical Engineering, Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University - 2003

B.S., Electrical Engineering, Florida State University - 2001

Research Interests: 

Human-Centered Computing, Affective Computing, Engaging youth in STEM through the arts, Utlizing technology to cultivate empathy, Supporting diverse teams in working together

Publications: 

(selected)

[CS ED]

Daily, S.B., Leonard, A.E., JÖrg, S., Babu, S., Gundersen, K., Parma, D. (2015) Embodying Computational Thinking: Initial Design of an Emerging Technological Learning Tool. Technology, Knowledge and Learning. 20(1), 79-84.

[Broadening Participation in STEM]

Eugene, W. Daily, S.B., Burns, R., Barnes, T. (2014) Building Technological Fluency: Fostering Agents of Change. Computers in Education Journal. 5(3). July – September.

Daily, S.B., & Eugene, W. (2013) Preparing the Future STEM Workforce for Diverse Environments. Urban Education.  48(5), 682-704. 

[Affective Computing]

Daily, S.B., James, M.T., Roy, T., Darnell, S.S. (in press) EngageMe: Designing A Visualization Tool Utilizing Physiological Feedback to Support Instruction. Technology, Cognition, Instruction, and Learning.

Daily, S. B., & Picard, R. W. (2007, August 27). Girls involved in real life sharing: Utilizing technology to support the emotional development of teenaged girls. Journal of School Counseling, 5(20).

Picard, R. W., & Daily, S. B. “Evaluating affective interactions: Alternatives to asking what users feel Proceedings of the SIGCHI Workshop on Evaluating Affective Interactions: Innovative Approaches, (April 2005).

Awards: 

(selected)

  • American Education Research Association, Technology, Instruction, Cognition and Learning Early Career Research Award (2015)
  • BDPA Epsilon Award – Most Promising Technologist (2013)
  • Diverse Issues in Higher Education Emerging Scholar (2013)
Lab Room: 
E403 CSE