Research was what helped me push my academic and professional career, thus I believe it is a valuable experience for undergraduates to try research. To honor the great research mentorship I received from Ross Mead at USC, I have become a mentor for both IU's Undergraduate Research Opportunities in Computing (UROC) and Research Experiences for Undergraduate Women (REU-W) organized by IU's Center of Excellence for Women in Technology (CEWiT) to help expose students to research experiences.
Louie Labuzienski (Fall 2018)
Mary Barbara Potempa (Fall 2018)
Stephen Skopelja (Fall 2018)
Audra Preston, Stephen Tsung-Han Sher, Norman Makoto Su. (2019). The Success of Speedrunning as a Charity Event. Women’s Research Poster Competition in Center of Excellence for Women in Technology’s Research Experience for Undergraduate Women (CEWIT REU-W’19), Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, USA.
Louie Labuzienski, Mary Potempa, and Stephen Skopelja, Stephen Tsung-Han Sher. (2018). Reliving and Reinventing Childhood Video Games: A First Look into Collocated Social Speedrunning. Undergraduate Research Opportunities in Computing Poster Symposium (UROC’18), Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, USA.