Alumni

Former dolcelab doctoral students

  • Lt. Col. Peter Kilner, Associate Professor and Deputy Director of the Center for the Advancement of Leader Development and Organizational Learning, USMA (West Point) The Effects Of Socially Relevant Representations In Content On Members’ Identities Of Participation And Willingness To Contribute In Distributed Communities Of Practice (2006), Ph.D. dissertation in Instructional Systems, Penn State.
  • Fengfeng Ke, Assistant Professor, Educational Psychology, Florida State University, Computer-based game playing within alternative classroom goal structures on fifth-graders’ math learning outcomes: Cognitive, metacognitive, and affective evaluation and interpretation (2006), Ph.D. dissertation in Instructional Systems, Penn State.
  • Joel Galbraith, Director of Online Instruction, Brigham Young University, The Effects of Socially Relevant Representations on Learning, Social Presence and Interaction for Students in Online, Self-Directed Learning Settings (2007), Ph.D. dissertation in Instructional Systems, Penn State.
  • Charles D. (Charlie) Cox, Instructor of Engineering Design, Penn State University, Legitimization Of Subject Matter In An Undergraduate Architectural Design Program: A Cultural And Systems Theory Analysis (2009), Ph.D. dissertation in Instructional Systems, Penn State.
  • Sameer Honwad, Spencer Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow, Use of Indigenous Knowledge in Environmental Decision Making by Communities in the Kumoan Himalayas (2009), Ph.D. dissertation in Instructional Systems, Penn State.
  • Joey Lee, Assistant Professor, Communication, Computing and Technology in Education, Teachers College Columbia University, Understanding How Identity Supportive Games Can Impact Ethnic Minority Possible Selves and Learning: A Design-Based Research Study (2009), Ph.D. dissertation in Information Sciences & Technology, Penn State.
  • Kuo-Chuan (Martin) Yeh, Assistant Professor, Computer Science and Engineering Department, Penn State, Toward understanding the cognitive processes of software design in novice programmers (2009), Ph.D. dissertation in Instructional Systems, Penn State.
  • Joshua Kirby, Assistant Professor and Extension Specialist, Ohio State, To Make Their Journey Better: Research-Focused Aspirations for Preparing Adult Volunteers for Facilitating Positive Youth Development (2010), Ph.D. dissertation in Instructional Systems, Penn State.

Visitors and collaborators

  • Ken Tamminga, Professor of Landscape Architecture and Ecology, Penn State University
  • Ingrid Erickson, Assistant Professor of Information Sciences, Rutgers University
  • Lalit Pande, Uttarakhand Seva Nidhi Paryavaran Shiksha Sansthan
  • Mike Jackson, Uttarakhand Seva Nidhi Paryavaran Shiksha Sansthan
  • Anuradha Pande, Uttarakhand Seva Nidhi Paryavaran Shiksha Sansthan
  • GP Pande, Uttarakhand Seva Nidhi Paryavaran Shiksha Sansthan
  • Manohar Bhattarai, prior co-chair, High Level Commission for ICT, Government of Nepal
  • Tatyana Daletskaya, Visiting Fulbright researcher, Russia
  • Karin Danielsson, University of Umeå, Sweden
  • Yael Kali, Technion, Israel
  • Tamar Ronen-Fuhrmann, Technion, Israel
  • Rolf Steier, Intermedia, Norway

Undergraduate and graduate researchers

  • Rohit Agarwal
  • Weitian An
  • Alice Anderson
  • Heather Ellis
  • Reid Exley
  • Matt Gaydos
  • Amanda Gerstenberg
  • Betsy King
  • Yolanda Laguerre
  • Theresa Leonhardt
  • Nividetha Menon
  • Nkechi Oganwu
  • Bryan Ollendyke
  • Cem Ozcan
  • Paryono Paryono
  • Atisha Rai
  • Alzaber Rubayat
  • Umber Shamim (Fulbright Scholar, Pakistan)
  • Beth Rajan Sockman