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Carmen Carrion

Visiting Assistant Professor of Medical Sciences

Phone: 404.471.6464
Office Location: Bullock 124e

Academic Degrees

  • BS in Applied Biological Sciences, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • MS in Applied Biological Sciences, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • PhD in Teaching and Learning Sciences with a concentration in science and engineering pedagogy, Georgia State University

Teaching and Scholarly Interests

Carmen's current research interests are over the implementation of virtual reality in Human Anatomy and Physiology laboratories, to better understand the impact of technology on learning outcomes.

Professional Activities

During her doctoral studies she focused on the design of learning environments and problem-based curriculum to better understand how learning spaces and activities affect how an individual develops science and engineering practices. She then completed postdoctoral work at Georgia Institute of Technology in their Biomedical Engineering Department continuing her work on learning spaces but now investigating how engineering students learn in a Problem Solving Studio (PSS).

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