I am a graduate student at Virginia Tech and I am excited to be pursuing my interests in Human-Computer Interaction and Design. In my research I am interested in people’s attention, activities, and behaviors with and without technology, and how these technologies support (or fail to support) the users’ sense of agency. My interests lie at the intersection of (at least) PIM and CSCW, and so I am lucky to be co-advised by Dr. Manuel Pérez Quiñones and Dr. Deborah Tatar.
I want to be a Computer Science Professor, and as such am interested in research, pedagogy, and research about pedagogy. Here at VT, I am excited to be pursuing my interests in Human-Computer Interaction and Design.
I am from Charlotte, NC. I graduated with a BS in CS from UNC-Chapel Hill in 2007.