The IE Lab won the award for “Exceptional Visual Representation of Research” at the College of Education’s annual Research Day. COE Research Day allows faculty, staff, and students within the College of Education to demonstrate their work. Participants set up posters in the Reynolds Alumni Center’ second floor ball room, and visitors are welcome to openly view the posters and speak to the presenters involved.
The IE Lab was in attendance with a poster designed by Hao He with feedback from the other members of the IE Lab. The poster contained information about the IE Lab’s purpose, the lab’s methods of research, and examples of projects on which the IE Lab has worked and/or completed. The poster was presented by Carl Hewitt and Nathan Riedel—research assistants in the IE Lab. The IE Lab conducts research on Usability and User Experience, and the aforementioned poster represents the diligent work the research assistants at the lab have done in these two fields.
The COE Research Day also consisted of a record-breaking grant of $14.6 million to the College of Education; the largest grant the college has ever received. Research Day closed out with a presentation by keynote speaker Dr. Tyrone C. Howard—Associate Dean of Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion at UCLA. Dr. Howard presented over “Why Race, Culture, & Trauma Matters in Schools: Seeking Solutions for Equity.”
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