Genomics Institute postdoc mentors budding entrepreneurs through Clinton Global Initiative University

Adriano de Bernardi Schneider (center) with his Clinton Global Initiative University mentees Michael Li (left) and Benjamin Voller-Brown (right).

Schneider has been a mentor for the Clinton Global Initiative University in the area of infectious diseases since 2018, helping students take their ideas for making a positive impact on the world from conception to reality. Each year, he receives a cohort that ranges in size from 15 to 30 students, who come to him virtually from all over the world.

Computational media researcher’s new virtual reality games empower underrepresented communities, support social wellbeing

smile train collab vr game screenshot

Drawing from her research experience in human computer interaction, virtual reality, and assistive technologies, Baskin Engineering Ph.D. candidate Tiffany Thang is creating serious games to support individuals in their development of socioemotional skills and self-confidence.

Promoting student success and inclusive pedagogy at the Baskin School of Engineering

Students discussing a topic outside with their professor

Student-centered programming and professional teaching development workshops support inclusive learning and teaching in STEM classrooms.