Jon received his B.S. in Psychology from Arizona State University where he became interested in I-O psychology after taking an intro course.Between completing his Bachelor’s degree and joining the program at GWU in the Fall of 2013, Jon worked at Go Daddy where he became interested in web-based technology.This led to research interests in the use of technology in organizations, especially in regards to selection, training, and recruitment. He is a PhD student in I/O Psychology at GWU.
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I am a doctoral student the Human-Technology Collaboration PhD program and a researcher in the HTC Lab.
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Professor at George Washington University
I am a Professor with Human-Technology Collaboration and Educational Technology programs at George Washington University in Washington DC. I have written 12 books and more than 100 articles, and I co-host of the Parsing Science podcast where scientists tell the stories behind their research. I am also the developer of the We Share Science online platform for sharing research videos.