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Mel Chua

Research Associate
School of Interactive Games and Media
Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences

Mel Chua

Research Associate
School of Interactive Games and Media
Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences

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Published Conference Proceedings
Chua, Mel, Ian Smith, and Samir Jain. "Alternate-Universe FIE: An Engineering Education Conference Session from a World Where the Majority of Engineers Are Deaf." Proceedings of the Frontiers in Education, October 4, 2018, San Jose CA. Ed. Cynda Covert. San Jose, CA: IEEE, Web.
Dannels, Wendy A., Joseph Stanislow, and Mel Chua. "Visual Signaling for CMM Machines: A Case Study of Deaf Gain in Manufacturing Engineering Education." Proceedings of the American Society of Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exposition. Ed. Yalcin Ertekin. Salt Lake City, UT: IEEE, Web.
Stanislow, Joseph, Wendy A. Dannels, and Mel Chua. "Adding Visual Signals to Machine Shop Equipment: A Case Study of Deaf Gain in Engineering Education." Proceedings of the ASEE St. Lawrence Section Conference, Ithaca NY, April 20-21, 2018. Ed. Tracy Nathans-Kelly and Kathryn Dimiduk. Ithaca, NY: ASEE St. Lawrence Section, Web.
Journal Paper
Chua, Mel. "What is Engineering?: a Graphic Essay of Tech and Philosophy." Murmurations 1. 1 (2018): 44-61. Web.
Grants
Chua, Mel and Stephen Jacobs (2019). Conceptual Mismatches. Grant proposal submitted to Digital Infrastructure Research RFP, Ford Foundation (in conjunction with Sloan Foundation).
Kurz, Christopher, et al (2018-2019). Languages of Interactive Flexible Technology-World Around You. Grant proposal submitted to Sign On For Literacy, All Children Reading.
Dannels, Wendy, et al (2018-2020). Augmented Reality: Accessible Dynamic Informal STEM Learning for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing. Grant proposal submitted to AISL, NSF.
Chua, Mel, et al (2018-2020). Transgressive Narratives of Deaf Engineering Identities in American Engineering Cultures. Grant proposal submitted to SPDI, NTID.
Invited Keynote/Presentation
Chua, Mel. "Universe Hacking: How "The Open Source Way" Can Remake Our Realities." FOSS@MAGIC Monthly Talks. FOSS@Magic. Rochester, NY. 7 Feb. 2018. Lecture.
Published Game, Application or Software
Lerner, Miriam, et al. ASLCore Engineering and Computer Science Branches. Software. NTID. 2018.