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Anita L. Blanchard

Associate Professor

Anita Blanchard is an associate professor of Psychology and Organization Science at UNC Charlotte. She is the director of the Virtual Identity, Community and Entitativity (V.I.C.E) lab, which studies online and face-to-face groups. She is particularly interested in how groups affect people’s relationships with each other as well as their own health and well-being.

Bianca C Reisdorf

Assistant Professor

Bianca C. Reisdorf is an assistant professor in the Department of Communication Studies at UNC Charlotte. Her research examines digital inequalities in highly technologized countries with a focus on marginalized communities, often comparing populations across various countries.

Bojan Cukic

Professor and Chair

Bojan Cukic, Ph.D., is professor and chair of the Department of Computer Science in the College of Computing and Informatics. He received a Dipl. Ing. (BS) degree in Computer Science from the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, and both master's and doctoral degrees in Computer Science from the University of Houston.

Dale-Marie Wilson

Teaching Associate Professor

Dale-Marie Wilson, Ph.D., is a teaching associate professor in the Department of Software and Information Systems in the College of Computing and Informatics at UNC Charlotte. Her research interests include human-centered computing, virtual agents and speech technologies. She received her Ph.D.

Florence Martin


Florence Martin is a Professor in Instructional Systems Technology and Program Director of the Post-Master’s Certificate of University and College Teaching at University of North Carolina Charlotte. Martin engages in research focusing on the effective design of instruction and integration of digital technology to improve learning and performance.

Mohsen M. Dorodchi

Teaching Associate Professor

Mohsen Dorodchi, Ph.D., has expertisein software engineering and computer science education research. He researches on software engineering issues including integrating trust in design and development of user-centric and context-aware complex systems, which are adaptable, interoperable, mobile, secure and portable across different platforms.