Andrea Stevenson Won
Assistant Professor, Department of Communication
Andrea Stevenson Won directs the Virtual Embodiment Lab. The lab's research focuses on how mediated experiences change people’s perceptions, especially in immersive media. Research areas include the clinical applications of virtual reality, and how nonverbal behavior as rendered in virtual environments affects collaboration and teamwork. Andrea Stevenson Won completed her PhD in the Virtual Human Interaction Lab in the Department of Communication at Stanford University. She also holds an MS in Biomedical Visualization from the University of Illinois at Chicago.
- COMM 4380: Communication in Virtual Worlds
- COMM 7990: Graduate Research
- INFO 4900: Independent Reading and Research
- COMM 4990: Independent Research
- INFO 7900: Independent Research
- COMM 6820: Quantitative Research Methods
471 Mann Library
Ithaca, NY 14853
a.s.won [at] cornell.edu
Andrea Stevenson in the news
Fourteen teams of faculty and community partners have received Engaged Research Grants from the Office of Engagement Initiatives to increase undergraduate involvement in research that strengthens the well-being of communities. “By combining two...
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- Department of Communication