Dr. Pamela Wisniewski
Human Computer Interaction (HCI), Social Computing, Privacy, Social Media, Digital Youth, and Assistive Technologies for Aging Populations
Dr. Wisniewski is an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science and the Director of the Sociotechnical Interaction Research (STIR) Lab. Her expertise in Human-Computer interaction research helps her teach students to understand the value in user-centered design and evaluation. She graduated with a Ph.D. in Computing and Information Systems from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and has a B.S./M.S. in Decision and Information Sciences from the University of Florida. She is also the Director of the User Experience (UX) Lab @ UCF.
Teenovate College Team Members
Neeraj ChatlaniTeenovate Program Manager
Neeraj is a Ph.D. student at the University of Central Florida, advised by Dr. Pamela Wisniewski. Within STIR Lab he works to develop models of online risk for adolescents and teens.
Zainab AghaTeenovate Program Collaborator
Zainab is an ORC Doctoral Fellow, pursuing her Ph.D. in Computer Science. With an interest in Human-Computer Interaction and Online Safety, she aims to define and counter online risks faced by adolescents, in order to make the Internet a safer place.
Naulsberry Jean BaptisteYouth Advisory Board Coordinator
Naulsberry Jean Baptiste is an undergraduate student at the University of Central Florida pursuing a degree in Information Technology. Naulsberry plans on going into UI/UX design and or Web Development.
Luke ShirleyTeenovate Web Manager
Luke is an undergraduate student at the University of Central Florida pursuing Graphic Design with an interest in Product Design and User-Interface/Experience Design.
Afsaneh RaziTeenovate Program Collaborator
Afsaneh is a Ph.D. candidate in Computer Science at the University of Central Florida. Her research interests include the intersection of Machine Learning and Human-Computer Interaction. She is specifically interested in developing models and programs to promote adolescent online safety.