Sheena Erete

Assistant Professor // Design, Human Computer Interaction
School of Design
Sheena Erete

Bio and Research Information

Sheena Erete is a researcher and technology designer, who has studied the role of technology in addressing various social issues in Chicago for over a decade. Dr. Erete is an assistant professor in the College of Computing and Digital Media at DePaul University and co-director of the Technology for Social Good Research and Design Lab. With a background in computer and social science, she is an expert in understanding how to situate and evaluate the use of technologies in resource-constrained communities to address issues such as violence, civic engagement, health and STEM education. Dr. Erete has a PhD in Technology and Social Behavior (a joint degree in computer science and communication) from Northwestern University, a Masters in Computer Science from Georgia Tech, and Bachelor degrees in Computer Science and Mathematics from Spelman College. More can be found at www.sheenaerete.com

Research Area

Design, Human Computer Interaction

Specific Research Area

human-centered design, community-based participatory research, designing for resource-constrained environments, designing systems, policies, and practices with communities to address local concerns

Schedule for Spring 2018-2019

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