About me


I am a Ph.D. student researcher in Human-Computer Interaction at Carnegie Mellon University.

My research goals are to facilitate K-12 classroom teachers in better distributing their limited attention to where it is needed, and for students to learn at a personalized pace that suits their individual needs.

To do so, I use a mix of qualitative, quantitative, and human-centered design methods, to unpack teachers’ and students’ experiences and unmet needs, and envision design solutions with them.

Prior to my PhD, I received a master degree in Educational Technology and Applied Learning Sciences (METALS) from CMU, HCII. I received my Bachelor’s Degree in Beijing Normal University in English language literature. I have taught in institutions, including 101 High School, Meitan Qiushi High School, Knovva Academy, and Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press.

[Currently looking for HCI research or UX research internship for summer 2023, please get in touch!]