I got my Ph.D. in Engineering Psychology, the study of how people interact with technology, at the Georgia Institute of Technology. I was a member of the Problem Solving and Educational Technology lab directed by Richard Catrambone. I also worked as a research assistant at the Center for 21st Century Universities. My research at the center focused on blending traditional and online learning experiences for higher education.
I am now an assistant professor at Georgia State University in the Learning Technologies Division. My research focuses on instructional design for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields in computer-based learning environments, particularly environments in which students don’t have easy access to an instructor.
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Although my work keep me busy, I enjoy a few hobbies. I am always working through a novel. My favorite author is Lois McMaster Bujold. I also enjoy playing computer games, exploring Atlanta, and cooking on the weekends. When I have the time for it, my favorite hobby is traveling.