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Ihudiya Williams

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Ihudiya Williams is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Michigan School of Information, advised by Kentaro Toyama. Her research interests span human-computer interaction (HCI) and information and communication technologies and development (ICTD).

Areas of Interest

human–computer interaction (HCI); information and communication technologies and development (ICTD)


M.Ed. in Technology, Innovation, and Education, Harvard University

B.S. in Information Technology, Rochester Institute of Technology


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UMSI announces 2020-2021 DEI Awards recipients

Learn about this year's UMSI DEI Awards recipients and their far-reaching, positive impact on the school’s diversity, equity and inclusion efforts.

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U-M research reveals racism challenges in human-computer interaction

Their study, which was honored as a Best Paper at the annual The ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, uses personal narratives to get to the bottom of some of the experiences of nonwhite participants in the field.

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