For current directed research groups, please see the HCDE website.
Doctoral students: If you are interested in applying for HCDE's PhD program in my research area, I would be happy to talk with you before you apply. It helps if you reach out with specific questions, and then we can decide whether to schedule a meeting or correspond by email based on time constraints and topic. (Note: I am on sabbatical until September 2019 and I will be on email less. Additionally, I always prioritize current student needs over applicant questions.)
Undergraduate and master's students: If you are a current undergradate or masters student interested in getting involved in my research, the best way to start is by signing up for a Directed Research Group offered that quarter.
If you are interested in research funding, I generally expect that you will have completed a quarter in a directed lab group, seminar course, or other research project with me before I will consider funding. There are occassional exceptions, particularly for hourly work that requires specific skills.
Please read my thoughts on applying for a masters in HCDE or MHCI+D before reaching out. Note that for most questions about the strengths of each program and the logistics of applying, each program's advising staff are the best contacts.