Christopher Dancy joins industrial and manufacturing engineering, computer science


UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Christopher Dancy joined the Penn State College of Engineering as the Harold and Inge Marcus Industrial and Manufacturing Career Development Associate Professor on Jan. 1. Dancy is affiliated with both the Harold and Inge Marcus Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering and the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. He received a bachelor’s degree in computer science and engineering and a doctorate in information sciences and technology, both from Penn State. Most recently, he was an assistant professor of computer science at Bucknell University. Dancy leads the Human in Computation and Cognition Lab at Penn State.  

“My research focuses on the ways people interact with artificial intelligence systems, with a more recent emphasis on how those interactions are mediated by antiblackness,” Dancy said.  


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Christopher Dancy. Credit: Penn State