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Shaundra B. Daily, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Research Areas: 
Human-Centered Computing

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




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).



  • 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