Shaundra Bryant Daily
Shaundra Bryant Daily is an American professor, author, engineering educator and speaker. Since 2017, Daily has been an Associate professor of the practice in the department of electrical and computer engineering at Duke University. Her most recent awards include the Technology, Instruction, Cognition and Learning Early Career Research Award given by the American Education Research Association .
Daily has sponsored research projects for educational learning. The project titled Online Application to Support Inquiry-based Science (OASIS) Teaching in High-Density Computing Environments received $749, 510. This research project took place from 2009-2011..
Shaundra Daily also starred the PBS series, The Secret Life Of Scientists And Engineers. She featured in 5 episodes in 2011. The show aims to display the lives of science and engineering professionals outside the workplace .
Daily received mentorship from MIT scholar, Rosalind Picard. Piccard was Daily’s advisor during her postgraduate research at MIT. Daily’s career has focused on Electrical and Computer Engineering. In particular, she has worked in the field of Educational Engineering. Since 2001, she has held academic positions in American universities. Presently, Daily is an Associate professor of the practice in the department of electrical and computer engineering at Duke University. From 2009-2011, Daily was senior personnel on the OASIS (Online Application to Support Inquiry-based Science) Teaching in High-Density Computing Environments research project which was sponsored by the United States Department of Education . Daily also worked on Integrating Computing Across the Curriculum (ICAC) and Incorporating Technology into STEM Education Using XO Laptops. This research was sponsored by the National Science Foundation . Daily’s other Engineering contributions are evident in the research project, Virtual Environment Interactions: Exploring Grounded Embodied Pedagogy in Support of Computational Thinking. She held the role of Principal Investigator for this research project.  .This project aimed to develop a desktop-based virtual environment
Awards and recognition
Daily has received recognition for her work from both academic organizations and popular newspapers. Daily’s work on the project titled Bridging tech’s gender gap with dance was addressed in the popular newspaper USA Today. Articles on Daily’s work on infusing dance and engineering are present in Chicago Tribune, National Science Foundation, Medical Daily, Diverse Issues in Higher Education and The Journal. Below is an extensive list of articles recognizing the significant social impact of Daily’s work.
|JUN 2, 2016
1. The Journal:
Students Learn Computer Programming
Skills Through Dance
|NOV 3, 2014
Danza y programación pueden atraer niñas a
|AUG 21, 2015
South Carolina ETV
American Graduate Champion: Dr.
|NOV 3, 2014
Female Students' Computer Skills Improve
With Dance Choreography
|AUG 11, 2015
• Technology: Cool Women Who Code (Girls
|OCT 21, 2014
Morph Than Meets the Eye
|AUG 5, 2015
Digital Divas weave STEM into fashion and
|OCT 3, 2014
7 Black Innovators and Inventors in STEM
Fields Who Blerds Should Know
|DEC 1, 2014
STEM Education Shall We Dance?
|OCT 9, 2013
Girl Scouts of the USA
Careers: Shaundra Daily
|NOV 14, 2014
National Science Foundation
Computer scientist Shaundra Daily -
|JAN 13, 2013
Diverse Issues in Higher Education
Dr. Shaundra B. Daily Works to Improve
Education with Technology
|NOV 7, 2014
Can Girls Dance Their Way Toward
Computer Programming Careers? Read
|MAR 2, 2011 PBS NOVA |
The Secret Life of Scientists:
|NOV 3, 2014
Science World Report
Dance Choreography May Improve
|NOV 3, 2014
Dance choreography improves girls'
|JAN 19, 2015
Bridging tech's gender gap with dance
|MAY 1, 2014
Clemson University to bring together art and
technology at Artisphere 2014
The impact of Daily’s work has also received a number of academic awards. Most recently, she received the Extraordinary Educator Award from Delta Alpha Pi, NuChapter in 2015.
This award recognizes outstanding work which impacts those with disabilities and is associated with Clemson University. In 2015, she received the the Technology, Instruction, Cognition, and Learning (TICL) Early Career Research Award given by the American Education Research Association. The TICL award highlights the innovation of young researchers in the intersection of Technology, Instruction, Cognition and Learning and acknowledges their achievements in their early careers . Daily’s other awards are illustrated below.
|Extraordinary Educator Award - Delta
Alpha Pi. 2015
|Fellow - Delta Airlines. 2003|
|Technology, Instruction, Cognition and
Learning Early Career Research Award -
American Education Research
|Sean A. Pittman Award for Outstanding
Service to the African American Community
- Florida State University. 2001
|Emerging Scholar - Diverse Issues in Higher
|Member - Tau Beta Pi. 2000|
|Epsilon Award for Most Promising
Technologist - Black Data Processing
|Torchbearer - National Society of Black
|Scholar - Clemson Institute for the
Advancement of Healthcare. 2012
|Seminole Torchbearer -Florida State
|Fellow - Samsung. 2007||Graduate Community Fellow for Women's
Initiatives - Massachusetts Institute of
|Fellow - Stanford University LIFE
- "American Educational Research Association > SIG119 > Awards > Award Winners". www.aera.net. Retrieved 2019-12-29.
- "Online Application to Support Inquiry-based Science (OASIS) Teaching in High Density Computing Environments | [email protected]". scholars.duke.edu. Retrieved 2019-12-29.
- "Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers Season 2011 Episodes | PBS". PBS.org. Retrieved 2019-12-29.
- Rushby and Surrey. The Wiley Handbook of Learning Technology. pp. 974–975.
- "National Science Foundation research sponsorship".
- "Daily's role in virtual environmental interactions".
- "TCL award".
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