Hana Habib is a Special Faculty Instructor and the Associate Director of Carnegie Mellon University's Masters in Privacy Engineering program. She is also part of the Collaboratory Against Hate working with a team of researchers to explore design interventions informed by social psychology that could combat the proliferation of hate on online forums.

Prior to becoming a faculty member, Habib earned her Ph.D. in Societal Computing from Carnegie Mellon, her master's in Information Technology - Information Security from Carnegie Mellon, her bachelor's in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Cornell University, and worked as a software engineer for the U.S. Department of Defense. Habib's research focuses on studying people's behaviors and preferences when interacting with technology, focusing on issues that have a societal impact, such as security and privacy.
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