Dr. Marcia Rossi's Lab
My research lab is called the Human Factors "Eyes Say it All" Lab. I conduct research into various aspects of human factors, especially as they relate to training. I am currently Principal Investigator of an NSF grant, "The Eyes Say it All", a collaborative grant with Tuskegee University which is designed to provide minority high school students a three-week summer enrichment program which teaches students a variety of science, technology and research skills to help prepare them for STEM careers.
Students working in my lab work on the Eyes Say it All project in addition to other research projects related to human factors or environmental psychology. I also work with MARC (Minority Access to Research Careers) students to help prepare them for research careers. I am always looking for motivated, eager students who are interested in working as a team on a research project. Please feel free to contact me if you are interested in working with us!
Pictured above is our current team from left to right: Latoya Aikens, Marcia Rossi (in back), Jasmin Carthen (MARC student), Kenneth Williams (in back), Canei Walker