I'm an assistant professor in the College of Information Sciences and Technology at Penn State University. My research is in human-computer interaction and computer-supported cooperative work. Broadly, I'm interested in two things: health informatics and the behind-the-scenes work it takes to install and maintain technologies. I'm also a fan of innovative research methods for human-computer interaction and public policy as it relates to computing. Before arriving at Penn State, I completed a PhD in Human-Centered Computing and MS in Computer Science from Georgia Tech, as well as a BS in Computer Science from Purdue University. Interested in working with me? I'm seeking graduate students to participate in research related to health informatics, particularly video games for wellness (though I am certainly open to working with you on a health-related topic of your choice). If you're already at Penn State, send me an email to make an appointment to chat about your research interests. If you're not at Penn State, please apply to the IST PhD program and list that you are interested in working with me in your application materials.