Carnegie Mellon University

Summer 2018 Research Experience for Undergraduates

With funding from CMU’s Program in Interdisciplinary Education Research (PIER) as well as from CMU's Department of Psychology and the Human-Computer Interaction Institute, five talented undergraduate students participated in the PIER-REU program in the Summer of 2018: Jonathan Epps (Morehouse College, Class of 2019), Maximillian (Oche) George (Washington & Jefferson College, Class of 2020), Andrés Gómez-Colunga (Yale University, Class of 2021), Ma’kiah Holliday (Rochester Institute of Technology, Class of 2019), and Sabrina Netters (Albany State University, Class of 2021). Special thanks to all PIER faculty, staff, graduate students, and post-doctoral researchers who mentored PIER-REU students: Vincent Aleven (HCII), Paulo Carvalho (HCII), Cassondra Eng (Psychology), Anna Fisher (Psychology), Ken Koedinger (HCII), Amy Ogan (HCII), Patience Stevens (Psychology), Jonathan Sewall (HCII), and Judith Uchidiuno (HCII).

(Left to right): Oche George, Jonathan Epps, Sabrina Netters, Andrés Gómez-Colunga, and Ma’kiah Holliday

Sabrina Netters presenting her research findings to the other members of the PIER community, including PIER-REU students and PIER faculty, graduate students, and post-doctoral researchers.