FORBES magazine: Career advice
Not that you asked me for it, but I dispensed some (hopefully useful) career advice for a Forbes series on various topics in the world of job searching:
Paper vs. Screen: How to Remember What You Read (from HP's The Garage)
September 4, 2018
I commented on some of the reasons why, even in a world filled with screens, reading from print materials can still confer some benefits
April 30, 2018
Find out about things I learned and achieved during my time in graduate school at Georgia Tech.
GVU Center: 2017 Foley Scholars finalists
FanRag Sports: Starting 5
February 27, 2017
My analysis of the offensive and defensive inclinations of NBA MVPs (16 Wins A Ring) was featured as one of the five best basketball stories online for 27-Feb 2017. [original copy]
Joint Commission Resources press release about Oct. 2016 issue of Joint Commission Journal of Quality and Patient Safety
October 6, 2016
A press release was published to announce the October 2016 issue of JQPS, which included the article "Using Human Factors Design Principles and Industrial Engineering Methods to Improve Accuracy and Speed of Drug Selection With Medication Trays"
Coverage of online collaboration tools evaluation
May 26, 2016
Many news outlets published stories about the HFES-GT student chapter's Ergonomics in Design journal article (second author; see "Publications" section) summarizing the best free online collaboration tools according to human factors principles. A sampling of these stories are below:
February 24, 2015
I was interviewed by hosts Troy Cockrum and Joan Brown about my research on interactive materials and how it could inform the design of "flipped" classrooms.
January 28, 2015
The GVU Center published an article featuring my research on interactive materials.
Human Factors and Ergonomics Society - Design Competition Teams Recognized for Advancing Voting Technology
November 10, 2014
I was fortunate enough to be one of three team leaders on the Georgia Tech student team that won the HFES Voting System of Tomorrow design competition, in which teams from across the country submitted their ideas about how to use human factors to improve the American voting process. This press release covered the winning teams from both academia and industry.
Applied Cognition and Training in Immersive Virtual Environments Laboratory (University of Central Florida) - STEM Student Showcase
The ACTIVE lab at UCF featured four of its former STEM students in its Science and Technology Innovations newsletter - my short profile can be found on page 18.
October 26, 2011
The wonderful Jonathan Cohn (while he was still at The New Republic) promoted one of my Michigan Daily articles on one of his posts.