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Ron Metoyer

Ron Metoyer is the Vice President and Associate Provost for Teaching and Learning and a Professor of Computer Science and Engineering.

He oversees ND Learning, working closely with leadership of the KCTE, ODL, and TLT to develop and implement the University’s approach to innovative pedagogical and learning strategies.

Ron teaches computer science courses in Human-Computer Interaction and Data Visualization. His primary research interest is human-computer interaction and information visualization, with a focus on the interplay between data and narrative.

Ron earned his bachelor’s degree in computer science and engineering at the University of California, Los Angeles (1994) and his doctoral degree in computer science from the Georgia Institute of Technology (2002). He has published over 75 papers and is the recipient of a 2002 NSF CAREER Award.

Ask Me About: User-centered design, user experience, inclusive pedagogy