Seed Grants Recipients

Please join us in congratulating the recipients of the 2019 CSTS seed grants

Daniel Shank (Psych) and Patrick Gamez (ALP) co-PIs
"Virtue Ethics and Artificial Intelligence: How does the Dispositional Character of an AI Agent Change Moral Attribution?"


Grace Yan (CArEE), PI; Fiona Nah (BIT), Nancy Stone (Psych), Hongxian Zhang (BIT), co-PIs
"Creating Risk Awareness of Tornado Disasters to Increase Homeowners' Preparedness and Property Reinforcement through Virtual Reality Animation"


Amy Belfi (Psych) and David Samson (ALP), co-PIs

"Investigating Differences between the Experience of Live and Streamed Musical Concerts"


Daniel Shank (Psych) and David Wright (TechCom), co-PIs

"Unplugged: Understanding Anti-adoption of Google Home and Amazon Alexa"


Beth Cudney (EMSE), PI; Amber Henslee (Psych), Susan Murray (Psych), Patrick Gamez (ALP), William Schonberg (CArEE), co-PIs
"Cultivating a Culture of Ethics in Students Using an Interactive Online Module"

 

Yishu Zhou (Econ) and Rui Bo (ECE), co-PIs
"Measuring Emission Costs Pass-Through with Strategic Bidding"

 

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