Dr. Stephanie G. Fussell is a lecturer at Kent State University, teaching Crew Resource Management, Research Methods in Technology, and Quantitative Methods in Technology II. Her research has focused on using extended reality (XR) technologies for aviation training. As a proponent of using XR efficiently and effectively, Dr. Fussell’s research concentrates on XR usability, user experience, and transfer of training. Dr. Fussell is also interested in the factors that influence a user’s intention to use XR technologies in a dynamic learning environment.
She has worked with the FAA's Center of Excellence for Technical Training and Human Performance as acting Program Manager since 2016. In this role, Dr. Fussell disseminates information to academic, industry, and government partners; provides oversight to executed grants; and coordinates and participates in conferences, technical meetings, and administrative meetings.
Ph.D. in Aviation, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - WW, 2020, M. S. in Aeronautics, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - DB, 2017, B. S. in Aeronautics, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - DB, 2009
College of Aeronautics and Engineering
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