Martinez Earns NSF Grant for Pedagogical Technologies Study

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Dr. Gina Martinez Earns $200,000 National Science Foundation Grant to Develop, Study Pedagogical Technologies

Published: January 10, 2022.

Dr. Gina Martinez, associate professor of computer engineering, received a $206,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to develop and study novel pedagogical technologies that support the formation of 21st-century engineers.

With this grant, Martinez plans to integrate Internet-of-Things and state-of-the-art software algorithms to build and study the impact of ambient and automated classroom technologies in the education and training of the next generation of engineers.

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