Keith R Bujak is a Graduate Research Assistant for the Center for 21st Century Universities. His research focuses on using novel technologies--such as augmented reality--to support students in doing and learning physically-oriented tasks. His previous experiences include physics education research by investigating cognitive psychology-based instructional practices, in addition to supporting various national programs, such as the National Assessment of Educational Progress and the National Reporting System for Adult Education. Previously, he was a primary special education teacher in New Orleans as part of Teach for America.
Keith is currently working toward a Doctorate of Philosophy from the Georgia Institute of Technology in Engineering Psychology, and he received a Master of Science in Engineering Psychology from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 2010 and a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and Psychology from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 2003.