Dr. Medsker’s NOYCE grant renewed by NSF

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Dr. Larry Medsker is a PI for the NOYCE grant funded by the National Science Foundation. The GW Noyce program provides opportunities for students to immerse themselves in service learning through courses, seminars, and first-hand experiences in projects focused on … Continued

RWJF Letter of Inquiry

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Professor Medsker of the HTC Lab recently submitted an LOI to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) for support on a project to develop AI-based cognitive assistants for patients with Autism Spectrum Disorder. You can review the proposal on the … Continued

Introducing Ryan Watkins

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To conduct interdisciplinary science, the HTC Lab brings together students, faculty, and other researchers to lead the creation of use inspired research.  Our collaborations benefit from the diverse experiences and expertise of our colleagues, and this interview is one in … Continued

HTC Lab Field Trip

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The HTC Lab visiting the Hirshhorn Museum last week to see the Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s Pulse exhibit. The exhibit offers immersive environments that use heart-rate sensors to create kinetic and audiovisual experiences. It was a great outing and led to exciting … Continued

Dr. Milman at AERA

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Natalie Milman (of the HTC Lab) presented with Andrew Ho (of the Harvard Graduate School of Education) and Sharon Dannels (of GWU) on the implications of “data analytics” and consideration of challenges to protection of privacy, funding of research, assessing … Continued

NSF Future of Work proposal

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The members of the HTC lab submitted a proposal to NSF to support the expansion of the Lab’s efforts in the development of research and educational resources on Collaborative Social Machines. “…planning grant will develop an innovative model for scalable … Continued