Classes

Course Title Semester
C S 110 How to Program Winter 2023
C S 601R Graduate Topics in C S Winter 2023
C S 697R Graduate Special Projects Winter 2023
C S 698R Master's Project Winter 2023
C S 699R Master's Thesis Winter 2023
C S 704R Advanced Readings Winter 2023
C S 795R Teaching Practicum Winter 2023
C S 799R Doctoral Dissertation Winter 2023
C S 697R Graduate Special Projects Spring 2023
C S 698R Master's Project Spring 2023
C S 699R Master's Thesis Spring 2023
C S 795R Teaching Practicum Spring 2023
C S 799R Doctoral Dissertation Spring 2023

Biography

Xinru works in the field of Human-Computer Interaction. Her current research topics include Privacy, Social Media, Internet of Things, Technology Adoption and Non Use, Individual, Developmental, and Cultural Differences, Values in Design, Supporting Vulnerable Populations such as Users on the Autism Spectrum, Ethical Research Practices, Human-Algorithm interaction, Computer-Mediated Communication, and Computer-Supported Cooperative Work.

Xinru holds a Ph.D. in Information and Computer Science with concentration in Informatics from University of California, Irvine, and B.S. and M.S. in Computer Science, specialization in Human-Computer Interaction, from Stanford University. Her research has been funded by the National Science Foundation, Facebook, Disney Research, Samsung and Yahoo! Labs, and she holds editorial positions and publishes in her field's top conferences and journals. Xinru has also spent several years working in the information risk industry leading interaction design and as a product manager. Utah’s Women Tech Council chose her as a finalist for their Rising Star Tech award which recognizes women “driving innovation, leading technology companies, and [who] are key contributors to the community.”

Xinru directs the Social Technology and Privacy Lab (STaPL). For more information about Dr. Page's work, go to her website.

Areas

Man with Safety Googles, Second Man in Background Holding Model Plane
Human-Computer Interaction and Software Development

Students

Kirsten Alexandra Chapman
MS & PhD
James Fitzgerald
MS
Melissa Scott
MS
Garrett Dickerson Smith
PhD
Emily Teng
MS
Chloe Weng
Research Assistant, Leadership
Addisyn Bushman
Research Assistant, Advanced
Sara Peel
Research Assistant, Advanced
Spencer Taylor
Research Assistant, Entry
Makenna Allred
Research Assistant, Advanced
Tiffany Lee
Research Assistant, Mid-level
Isaac Rabago
Research Assistant, Entry
Khaleel Hamad
Research Assistant, Mid-level
Katie Klabacka
Research Assistant, Entry
Mia McGuire
Research Assistant, Advanced
Erin Arevalo Chaves
Research Assistant, Entry
Kayla Ou
Research Assistant, Mid-level
Sophie Larsen
Research Assistant, Entry