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The Human Computer Interaction Graduate Program


Lecturer Search:

The Human Computer Interaction Graduate Program at Iowa State University seeks lecturers to grow its pool of courses. These persons would have responsibility to teach graduate courses in Human Computer Interaction, which includes topics such as user-centered design, qualitative and quantitative evaluation techniques, software development, social impact of technology, design (including engineering design, industrial design, interaction design), and others. Please see vacancy number 130827 at http://www.iastatejobs.com

 

Overview of The Human Computer Interaction Graduate Program

The study of the relationship between humans and computers has quickly become one of the most dynamic and significant fields of technical investigation. Iowa State University's graduate program in Human Computer Interaction (HCI) is an established leader in this rapidly changing field, making strategic investments to accelerate research, attract talented students and faculty, and expand the program of study.


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Interdisciplinary by definition, HCI impacts nearly every area of our lives. The HCI graduate major reflects a broad recognition in academia and industry of the need to train researchers to meet the challenges faced by this rapidly evolving area of technological progress. HCI graduate students at ISU interact with faculty from departments representing every college in the University as well as researchers at the Virtual Reality Applications Center.

Students in the program engage in the interdisciplinary research and study of the interaction between people and technology and how that technology impacts society.

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HCI DEGREE

The interdepartmental graduate major in HCI provides advanced education and training while fostering research excellence in HCI at ISU, offering three graduate program degrees.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Human Computer Interaction
Iowa State University
1620 Howe Hall
Ames, IA 50011
Phone: 515-294-2089
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