Daziyah Sullivan

Daziyah Sullivan is currently a fourth year PhD student in the Mechanical Engineer department. Born, raised, and previously educated in Florida, she obtained her undergraduate degree from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University - the baddest HBCU in the land. She is a recipient of the NSF-GRFP and National GEM Consortium Full Fellow. Her research focuses on how haptic technology can be used to assist in mental health treatments, particularly focusing on affective haptic cue design and their effect on emotion regulation techniques. In her spare time, Daziyah enjoys spending time with her dog, listening to music or podcasts, and watercolor painting.