Graduates from the MERIT Lab are finding success in the work in which they engage. We are proud of our former Laboratory members.
Noah L. Schroeder, Ph.D. is currently an Assistant Professor of Educational Technology and Instructional Design at Wright State University. His educational research and development work bridges the fields of cognition, affective response, and instructional design. He is especially interested in how we can use innovative technology tools to improve teaching and learning in STEM fields.
Nathaniel Hunsu, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor at the University of Georgia. His scholarship focuses on cognitive learning processes. His area of specialization is at the intersection of Engineering education with an emphasis on cognitive learning processes, Role of technology in learning, Innovative research methods for engineering education.
Zhe (Joey) Wang, Ph.D. is currently a Postdoctoral researcher in educational psychology at Washington State University. His research interests focus on multimedia learning, specifically mitigating or overcoming seductive details. Current research includes meta-analysis and empirical studies exploring the seductive details effect in multimedia from the cognitive and affective perspectives.
Rachel Barouch-Gilbert graduated from the Educational Psychology master program. She is an alumnus of the Merit Lab, where she conducted research on Multimedia learning. More information to come ….