Dr. Negin Dahya is an Affiliate Assistant Professor at the University of Washington Information School and with the University of Washington Information School research centre, TASCHA. She is Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada. Her areas of expertise include refugee studies, technology, and education, as well as gender and racial equity in educational settings related to teaching and learning digital media and technology.
Research Report: Technology Access & Education for Refugee Women in Seattle & King County
Washington state consistently ranks among the top 10 U.S. states for refugee resettlement. The state welcomed more than 14,000 refugees …
Technology Access and Education for Refugee Women in the Context of Covid-19
Local Context: Seattle & Refugee Women In Seattle, home of major technology giants like Amazon and Microsoft, twenty-five percent …
Practitioners and Researchers Connect to Address Tech Access and Education for Refugee Women
For refugee women in Seattle and King County, technology education plays a key role in learning to navigate life in their new …