Kassandra is a 2019 MSOT grad student and has worked at the R₂D₂ Center for two years. She has assisted in ARB project (testing, taxonomy, community engagement) as well assisting in with the Biomedical Engineering Textbook. Kassandra has worked on EqTDs and R₂D₂ website while also organizing references and bibliographies on the side. She is now primarily working on a manuscript discussing the construct validity of AccessTools.
Madelyn is a recent new hire at the R₂D₂ Center. She is currently completing her BSOT at UW- Milwaukee. Right now, Madelyn has been a part of R2D2 Website Testing, writing EQTDs, and testing both AccessPlace and AccessTools programs. Madelyn is currently working on the R₂D₂ Center Newsletter writing up articles and conducting interviews.
Ciara is a OS graduate that first began as a volunteer. She Initially, assisted in research assignments and presentations concerning AccessTools. Ciara is now an official new hire to the R₂D₂ Center. She primarily focuses on testing user interface and accessibility to ensure the R₂D₂ website and ARB project are running smoothly. Ciara also writes EqTD’s and conducts physical sound and light testing for the ARB project on campus.
Steven has studied Biology and German at St. Norbert College and completed his MSOT at UW–Milwaukee. During his time at UWM, Steven worked on several projects pertaining to Access Ratings for Buildings (ARB) at the Rehabilitation Research Design & Disability (R₂D₂) Center. Since graduation, Steven has rejoined the team and continues to work on ARB projects such as AccessTools.
Sophie graduated from UW-Madison with a degree in Neurobiology. She is currently volunteering at the R₂D₂ Center. She has been most active in assisting with website testing, EqTDs, AccessTools, and will soon be working on manuscripts pertaining to the R₂D₂ center and its involvement in research and accessibility.
Ellison is a current MSOT student heading into her second year working towards her MSOT degree. She originally graduated from the University of Colorado, Boulder in December of 2019 with a B.A. in Integrative Physiology. So far Ellison has been active in writing EqTDs while working on both website and AccessTools testing for the R₂D₂ Center.
Hannah is in the MSOT program. She originally had an active role within the R₂D₂ Center testing AccessTools. Right now, she has taken a slight break from the R₂D₂ Center to focus on the completion of her MSOT studies but hopes to return more actively after.
Stephanie is a MSOT student at UWM. Her main job at R₂D₂ Center has been app testing for the MiniTools, working on AccessTools taxonomy, contributing to AccessPlace community engagement events, writing EqTDs, interviewing for the IMPACT project, and now writing articles and developing the R₂D₂ center official newsletter.
Hanna is in the BSOT undergraduate program. She is a Student Undergraduate Research Fellow for the R₂D₂ Center. Before becoming a Research Fellow Hanna was a volunteer at the R₂D₂ Center. Hanna has been working on website resting, EqTDs writing and updating, app testing, and assisting in SURF research.
Kaylee is a MSOT student at UWM. She previously graduated in 2019 from UW-La Crosse with my BS in Therapeutic Recreation. Kaylee contributes to multiple facets of the R₂D₂ Center specifically website testing, writing EqTD’s, AccessTools, and 880 PAI project.