Research

My research interests are in Authorship Attribution, Human Computer-Interaction, Privacy, Security, and Social Computing. Please review my publications below and also review more about my research lab here: Laboratory for Artificial Intelligence and Equity Research

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Refereed Conference Proceedings Publications

Journal Publications

  • Siobahn Day, Mohd Anwar. “Authorship Attribution on Twitter space: A case study of professional groups” (in review).
  • Aisha Johnson, Siobahn Day Grady, Amanda DeSimone-Shabrack, Rachel Horwitz, Lilian Muriungi, Latasha Reid-Daniels, Natalie Tucker, and Tyler Wade, “Examining Factors of Institutional Support for BIPOC Women in Library and Information Science, “Race relations and racial inequity in LIS, Special Issue of Education For Information. [accepted]

Magazines & Media

  • Siobahn Day Grady, Pamela Wisniewski, Ron Metoyer, Pamela Gibbs, Karla Badillo-Urquiola, Salma Elsayed-Ali, Eiad Yafi, “Addressing Institutional Racism within Initiatives for SIGCHI’s Diversity and Inclusion” in ACM Interactions Magazine June 2020
  • Siobahn Day Grady. 2021. #2020wasEPIC elevate your career in STEM as the “only”. XRDS 27, 3 (Spring 2021), 14–15. DOI:https://doi.org/10.1145/3452929

Juried Workshops and Exhibitions

  • Pamela Gibbs, Gloria Opoku-Boateng, and Siobahn Day, “Seven Deadly Sins: A Case Study on Facebook” to appear in CHI4EVIL: Creative Speculation on the Negative Impacts of HCI Research. In Proceedings of ACM SIG CHI, Glasgow, Scotland. May 2019 (CHI’19), 4 pages.[.pdf]

Panels

  • Nicki Washington, Siobahn Day Grady, Kyla McMullen, Shaundra Daily, and Brandeis Marshall. 2021. Flowing, not Forcing: Finding and Maintaining Authenticity as Black Women in Academia. In Proceedings of the 52nd ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE ’21). Association for Computing Machinery, New York, NY, USA, 941–942. DOI:https://doi.org/10.1145/3408877.3432565

Posters

  • Siobahn Day Grady, Francisca Afua Opoku-Boateng, Latasha Reid-Daniels, Natalie Tucker, Lilian Muriungi, “STEM-It-Yourself: Exposing rural adolescents’ to STEM through online learning” to appear in RESPECT 2021 Conference Proceedings.