Susan Brennan received her Ph.D. in Psychology (specializing in Psycholinguistics and Cognitive Science) from Stanford University in 1990, M.S.V.S., Architecture Machine Group (now known as The MIT Media Lab ) from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA in 1982, and B.A. in Anthropology from Cornell University, Ithaca, NY in 1975.
Susan Brennan has the following research grants:
- EAGER: Modeling Distinctive Partners in Adaptive Spoken Dialog. PI on collaborative NSF proposal with Marilyn Walker of UCSD. 9/1/2010-2/1/2012.
- Using gaze cues to build partner models for collaborative behavior. Co-PI (with Gregory Zelinsky and Dimitris Samaras) on NSF SoCS interdisciplinary project in Psychology and Computer Science. 8/1/2011-7/31/2015.