acmarsh @ cmu.edu
Societal Computing PhD Candidate
Institute for Software Research
Carnegie Mellon Univeristy
Advised by Lorrie Faith Cranor
Curriculum Vitae: [PDF]
I am a 5th-year PhD candidate at Carnegie Mellon, in the Societal Computing Program. I am fortunate to be advised by Lorrie Cranor and to receive additional guidance from Julie Downs in the Social and Decision Sciences department. I am also a member of CUPS Lab within CyLab at CMU.
I research usable privacy, particularly how families with teenaged children negotiate teens' privacy and online safety. I am broadly interested in studying how to make online privacy inclusive of marginalized and under-researched populations.
I received an undergraduate degree with a double major in Computer Science and Mathematics at Oberlin College in May of 2013. I was advised by Benjamin Kuperman and Tom Wexler in Computer Science, and Kevin Woods in Mathematics.
Read more about me here.
I defended my thesis proposal on June 15, 2017.
Abigail Marsh, Lorrie Faith Cranor, and Julie S. Downs.
Experts' Views on Digital Parenting Strategies.
Released as CyLab technical report, CMU-CyLab-17-002, 2017.
Pedro Giovanni Leon, Ashwini Rao, Florian Schaub, Abigail Marsh,
Lorrie Faith Cranor, Norman Sadeh. Privacy and Behavioral
Advertising: Towards Meeting Users' Preferences. PPS, SOUPS
Lorrie Faith Cranor, Adam L. Durity, Abigail Marsh, and Blase
Ur. Parents' and Teens' Perspectives on Privacy In a
Technology-Filled World. SOUPS 2014.
Rebecca Balebako, Abigail Marsh, Jialiu Lin, Jason Hong, and
Lorrie Faith Cranor.The Privacy and Security Behaviors of
Smartphone App Developers. USEC, NDSS workshop, 2014.
Parents' and Teens' Perspectives on Privacy In a
Technology-Filled World. Presented at SOUPS 2014, in Menlo