Jennifer Saucerman

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Jennifer Saucerman, Learning Sciences


 

Biography

Jennifer Saucerman is a graduate student in the Epistemic Games research group at the University of Wisconsin- Madison. She received a B.A. in psychology with a minor in computing information technology from Alverno College in Milwaukee, WI. In addition, her work as a research associate at the Research Center for Women and Girls pertained to issues related to relational aggression and cyberbullying.  She is currently interested in how epistemic games can increase interest and engagement in STEM fields among girls and women by teaching them how to think like professionals in those fields. Jennifer is currently working on the Land Science project.

Publications 

  • Saucerman, J. (2012). Psychological barriers to STEM participation for women over the course of development. Manuscript submitted for publication.
  •  Saucerman, J. (2010). The effect of video game character and human player gender on game play. The Undergraduate Journal of Psychology, 23, 50-60.
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