Postdoctoral

Naja A. Mack, MS

Ms. Mack has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering from Claflin University and an Master of Science in Computer Science from Clemson University. Currently, Naja is a Ph.D. Candidate at the University of Florida, majoring in Human-Centered Computing under the supervision of Dr. Juan E. Gilbert. Her research interests lie in Artificial Intelligence, focusing on Intelligent Conversational User Interfaces, Data Mining, Natural Language Processing, and Advanced Learning Technologies. She is also interested in Broadening Participation in Computing. Ms. Mack is currently a Research Scientist for the Culturally Relevant Computing Lab in the Computer Science Department at Morehouse College.

Aris Hall, Ph.D

Dr. Hall has an Associate of Arts degree in Liberal Arts and a Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration from Kentucky State University. She received a Master of Education degree with a focus in College Student Personnel from Clemson University. She also holds a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership with an emphasis in Higher Education. The foundation of her higher education career started as a NASPA Undergraduate Fellow and as a practitioner in Student Affairs and Higher Education, she gained experience at an array of institutions both nationally and globally. Dr. Hall is currently a Postdoctoral Researcher for the Culturally Relevant Computing Lab in the Computer Science Department at Morehouse College.