Undergrads Win Psychology Research AwardsTuesday, September 27, 2016
Undergrads Win Psychology Research AwardsCarnegie Mellon University students Alyssa Aburachis (DC'18) and Cristina Molina (DC'17) have received the 2016 Ireland Undergraduate Research Awards.
Relying on "Smile Scores" To Measure Student Learning Is Not a Good Idea"A recent Academic Anonymous post in The Guardian about how student surveys are affecting a young professor's confidence got me thinking. Yes, we want students to enjoy our courses. And yes, we want students to find our instructional innovations engaging. But we can't forget that students' perceptions of enjoyment or engagement are not measures of instruction's effectiveness."
The science of why drivers slow down for Pittsburgh tunnelsProfessor Roberta Klatzky interviewed about why people slow down for Pittsburgh tunnels.
Newsmaker: Casey RoarkSaturday, September 03, 2016