Glad to share that our paper “Decolonial Pathways: Our Manifesto for a Decolonizing Agenda in HCI Research and Design” has been accepted for presentation as part of the alt.CHI program at CHI 2021.
Our paper “Understanding the Technological Practices and Needs of Music Therapists” has been accepted to be presented at CSCW 2021. The paper was led by first author Anna Baglione with co-authors Michael Paul Clemens, Juan F. Maestre, Aehong Min, Luke Dahl, and Patrick C. Shih.
Our paper “Examining Mobility Among People Living with HIV in Rural Areas” has been conditionally accepted at CHI 2021. The paper was co-authored by researchers from Indiana University: Alec Theisz, Megan Furness, and Patrick C. Shih; and researchers from the University of Michigan: Tawanna Dillahunt, Vaishnav Kameswaran, and Tiffany Veinot.
I am excited to be helping with the organization of the HCI Across Borders (HCIxB) workshop this year at CHI 2021. The topic of the workshop will be “Decolonizing HCI”. For more information on the workshop and call for participation, please visit: https://hcixb.org/
I attended WISH 2020 virtually via Zoom on November 14th, 2020 as part of the AMIA 2020 Symposium. It was great to learn about the new research colleagues are working on! I presented our work on transportation practices of people living with HIV in rural areas. The work-in-progress paper was co-authored by Alec Theisz, Megan…
I had a great time during the workshop on “Decolonizing Learning Spaces for Sociotechnical Research and Design” co-organized with Marisol Wong-Villacres, Adriana Alvarado Garcia, Pedro Reynolds-Cuéllar, Marilyn Iriarte, Heloisa Candello, and Carl DiSalvo. Here’s a video of the panel and link to the workshop website. We are currently working on producing a Medium article to summarize…
I presented my recent publication “Not Another Medication Adherence App: Critical Reflections on Addressing Public HIV-related Stigma through Design” at the CSCW 2020 Virtual Conference on October 19 2020. The paper was co-authored with Patrycja Zdziarska, Aehong Min, Anna Baglione, Christina Chung, and Patrick C. Shih.
It was great to be part of the organized by Jessica Vitak and Jennifer Thom during the CSCW 2020 conference. I am so grateful for the great feedback I received from a brilliant group of mentors! I discussed my doctoral work at the intersection of HCI and stigma.
I am looking forward to a research talk I will give at the Department of Computer Science at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley on October 15. The talk will be about our recent CSCW paper “Not Another Medication Adherence App: Critical Reflections on Addressing Public HIV-related Stigma Through Design” co-authored with Trisha Zdziarska,…
I feel honored to have been featured in a recent i3 Program article and be considered a member of the i3 family! I couldn’t have asked for a better team and program to work with! Thank you!