Scott Bell is a PhD candidate in the Computing and Information Sciences department at Kansas State University and is currently researching ways to improve Cybersecurity Education. Before beginning pursuit of his PhD, Scott worked as an Instructor at both Northwest Missouri State University, the University of Arkansas-Fort Smith and State Fair Communit College. He earned his Master of Science degree in computer science and his Bachelor of Science degree in geological engineering from the Missouri University of Science and Technology.
Eugene Vasserman received his Ph.D. and master's degrees in Computer Science in 2010 and 2008, respectively, from the University of Minnesota. His B.S., in Biochemistry and Neuroscience with a Computer Science minor, is also from the University of Minnesota (2003). In 2013 he received the NSF CAREER award for work on secure next-generation medical systems.
Eleanor Sayre received her Ph.D. and M.S.T. degrees in physics in 2007 and 2005 (respectively) from the University of Maine, with research emphasis in physics education. Her B.A. in physics from Grinnell College in 2002 involved research in computer science education. Her current research interests include identity development in undergraduate STEM majors, time-evolution of student understanding, and community practices in physics and physics education. In 2012 and 2013, she and her collaborators received NSF WIDER awards for building faculty resources for assessment on the Physics Education Research User's Guide.
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