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Victoria Delaney

Victoria is a PhD Candidate in the Learning Sciences and Technology Design and Curriculum and Teacher Education: Secondary Mathematics, programs. She concurrently studies in a Computer Science master’s program with a focus in Artificial Intelligence. She is interested in AI-based technologies that augment mathematics and data science learning for students and teachers. Before Stanford, victoria taught Algebra, Calculus, Statistics, and Robotics for 7 years across three different U.S. states and worked as an Advanced Placement Reader in Statistics for the College Board. She became interested in graduate-level research through a summer Aeronautics/Astronautics fellowship with the Stanford Intelligent Systems Laboratory (SISL). victoria holds a B.S. in Statistics and Business Administration from Carnegie Mellon University and a M.Ed. in Educational Leadership from Lehigh University.