case western reserve university



Cogsci Colloquium: Kristina Woolsey, Friday. 14 March 2009, 12-12:45pm. Cleveland Museum of Art. Title: Learning and Teaching From Objects. Kristina Woolsey is adjunct professor of cognitive science at Case Western Reserve University. Her talk is hosted by the Cleveland Museum of Arts and the Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities. For details, see and the flyer.

Kristina Hooper Woolsey
Adjunct Professor of Cognitive Science



Kristina Hooper Woolsey is a cognitive psychologist who has become a designer over the past twenty years. After receiving a Ph.D. at UCSD in 1973 as a student of Don Norman, she attended Architecture School at UCB and UCLA as a Postdoctoral Fellow to extend her understanding of memory for pictures of places. This interest has led Dr. Woolsey through a range of adventures, including an Assistant Professorship at UC Santa Cruz, a Visiting Faculty Appointment at MIT to work with the MIT Architecture Machine Group, the Director position at Atari Research Lab, membership in the initial Human Interface Group at Apple Computer, Inc., the Director position at the Apple Multimedia Lab, and a Distinguished Scientist designation in the Apple Research Labs.