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Past Research

First author: Just let me’: Experiences of Historically Marginalized Students in the Computer Science Department at an Urban Public University. With Daniel Haehn and Funda Durupinar-Babur – Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Black Issues in Computing Education symposium (Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic). Accessible soon.

First author: ABCs: Differentiating Algorithmic Bias, Automation Bias, and Automation Complacency – Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) (Purdue University, Indiana, U.S.). Accessible here.

First author: Regulation of EdTech apps: Federal Policies & Teacher Awareness in the United States – Comparative International Education Society (CIES) (Virtual)
Presentation: Animated Explainer Videos for Remote Learning and Beyond.
Teaching, Learning and Student Development Conference: Tools for the New Normal: Innovations in Access, Equity, and Student Success.
Quinsigamond Community College (Virtual)
Panel member: Truly Connected: Education Experts National Delta Zeta Alumnae panel (Virtual)
Panel member: Truly Connected Networking Night Education Industry Panel Education Industry (Virtual)

Dissertation: Spokespeople or Gatekeepers? A Case Study of Teacher Engagement with the Data Privacy Policy Environment in U.S. Public Schools
Urban Education, Leadership, and Policy Studies Program
I am very grateful to have had a panel of four experts guiding me in this research:
Dr. Wenfan Yan (Umass Boston, Education), Chair,
Dr. Francine Menashy (Umass Boston, Educational Policy), 2nd reader,
Dr. Joel Reidenberg, JD (Fordham University, Law), 3rd reader, and
Dr. Florian Schaub (University of Michigan, Information Technology), 4th reader.

Panel Convener: Cultural Identity and Technological Privacy Aug 2019
International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Studies (IUAES)
Poznan, Poland
First author: Themes in News Coverage of Educational Technology and User Privacy as a Reflection of Culture; International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Studies (IUAES)
Poznan, Poland

Presentation: Keynote Speaker, Women in Science (WINS) club meeting,
HTML/CSS workshop University of Massachusetts, Boston Oct 2018
Presentation: Ethical analyses of computer glitches: mistaken checkout totals to fraud in national level elections
Presented to the delegation from Beijing Normal University at the University of Massachusetts, Boston
Third author: Changes in Rural Teachers’ Living Patterns and the Development of March 2018
Rural Education: an Investigation of Anhui Province, China
Presented at Comparative International Education Society (CIES) conference held in Mexico City
Third author: How to develop an effective English Language Learner (ELL) program?
A cross case study from Hangzhou China and Boston USA presented at Comparative
International Education Society (CIES) conference held in Mexico City

Presentation: The Importance of Ethics in Computer Science Curricula.
Haidian School District Headquarters in Beijing, China
Presentation: Participatory Action Research in the United States.
International Conference on New Education, Nanjing, China

Author: How to avoid being a shady developer (2-part series: Ethical Terms Defined and Privacy Policies) Web articles published by Women’s Coding Collective, Boston

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