Experience VRAC public event scheduled for April 6th
Learn more about VRAC and the HCI graduate program during a 1-hour public presentation in the the Howe Hall auditorium on Thursday April 6 from 11-noon. This student led presentation explains how virtual and augmented realities work and includes multiple … Continue reading →
Smart and Connected Communities
VRAC hosted a workshop to develop STEM experiences for team from Storm Lake Community School District as part of an NSF pilot program to create Smart and Connected Communities.Continue reading →
Andrew Deick: Outstanding senior in software engineering
HCI graduate student and VRAC researcher Andrew Deick was named Outstanding senior in software engineering by the College of Engineering!Continue reading →
REU|2022 summer program interns reflect on their experience in the following video. Visit http://reu.vrac.iastate.edu for information on the summer 2023 program.Continue reading →
Learn more about VRAC and the HCI graduate program during a 1-hour public presentation in the the Howe Hall auditorium on October 13 from 11-noon. This student led presentation explains how virtual and augmented realities work and includes multiple 3D … Continue reading →
Gomes named college equity advisor
VRAC’s Associate Director, Carmen Gomes, has been named College of Engineering equity advisor. In this role, Gomes will co-chair the college’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee to enhance DEI by developing solutions to campus challenges. She will promote and provide consultation … Continue reading →
VRAC and the HCI graduate program are featured on Amazon’s “The College Tour” series.
HCI student Chidinma Kalu shares her unique story and shows what life at ISU as an HCI graduate student is like.Continue reading →
Roselynn Conrady awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowship
Roselynn Conrady, Ph.D. student co-majoring in Human Computer Interaction and Mechanical Engineering, was awarded an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. Roselynn is researching ways to help mitigate the stress response of neurodiverse populations.Continue reading →
Alex Renner wins RADM Fred Lewis scholarship at ITSEC conference.
Alex Renner, graduate student in Mechanical Engineering and co-majoring in Human Computer Interaction (HCI) won a RADM Fred Lewis scholarship at the 31st annual Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC) conference.Continue reading →
HCI Student Group pairs with middle-school girls to support them as they transition through high-school and into college.
HCI Student Group mentors middle school girls as they transition through to high school and college.Continue reading →