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Rose Pozos

Rose is a PhD Candidate in the Learning Sciences and Technology Design and Developmental and Psychological Science programs. Her research focuses on three topics: everyday family learning, early computer science education, and using design thinking as a method for improving instruction for multilingual learners. She also has experience as a user experience researcher in corporate and non-profit settings. Before coming to Stanford, she worked at the New York Hall of Science, working to create high quality, equitable STEM learning experiences for youth. Rose holds a B.A. from Swarthmore College in Anthropology where she spent time extensively writing about coffee shops and also contributed to research on the psychology of interest in education.