Sarah Fox is a Presidential Postdoctoral Fellow at Carnegie Mellon University in the Human Computer Interaction Institute, where she’ll be starting as an Assistant Professor in Fall 2020. Her research focuses on how technological artifacts challenge or propagate social exclusions, by examining existing systems and building alternatives. Her work has earned awards in leading computing venues including ACM CSCW, CHI, and DIS, and has been featured in Design Issues, the Journal of Peer Production, and New Media and Society. She holds a Ph.D. in Human Centered Design & Engineering from the University of Washington and has worked in design research at Microsoft Research, Google, and Intel Labs.
*I am currently recruiting PhD students to start in Fall 2020. For further information, check out CMU’s PhD program in HCI.
Portrait sketch by Seattle-based comics artist Tony Morse.