Divine Maloney is a Ph.D. student in Human Centered Computing at Clemson University. He is interested in on how innovative technologies will change the way we live and interact. Divine is passionate about designing for social good. He is a technology-enthusiast and says, "I believe it isn’t enough to create these amazing technologies, but understand how they affect ourselves and the world around us.” Divine has worked with researchers at MIT, Harvard, Columbia, University of Central Florida, and Vanderbilt University all examining how these innovative technologies can exhibit behavior changes.
Divine is a Virtual Reality (VR) developer for SIM|ED. He helps creates visceral VR experiences, which serve as social media education for youth and adults.
He loves Hawaiian shirts, Boba (bubble) tea, and spreading peace and love.