Carnegie Mellon University
November 14, 2010

CPID Students Awarded Kynamatrix Research Grants

Two CPID students have received research grants through the Kynamatrix Research Network.

Gretchen Mendoza and Jennifer Shirey were each awarded an “Innovation through Collaboration” grant to support their thesis projects. Gretchen was awarded $1,000 for her project “Designing for Science in Everyday Contexts.” Jennifer was also awarded $1,000 for her project “Persuasive Information Design and Behavioral Change.”

For more information and to see a complete list of grant recipients, please visit the Kynamatrix Research Network website.

Congratulations to Gretchen and Jennifer!