Rosanne Luu is a first-generation college graduate and doctoral student in the Learning Sciences program area of the Educational Psychology department. Advised by Dr. Martina Rau, Rosanne is interested in researching how students acquire the visual literacy skills used throughout science, technology, engineering, & mathematics (STEM) education. She is interested in working alongside educators to design STEM curricula that attends to individual learners’ needs.
Rosanne graduated summa cum laude from the University of California – San Diego with a B.S. in Psychology and Microbiology. Prior to attending UW, Rosanne worked for a nonprofit education research and evaluation organization, where she led and contributed to studies of education technology products. In her free time, Rosanne enjoys experimenting with family cookbook recipes (her favorite being cá kho tộ, braised fish in a clay pot).
Awards and Honors
- UW-Madison Education Graduate Research Scholars (Ed-GRS) Fellowship
- Wisconsin Center for Education Research (WCER) Fellowship
- National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, 2021 Awardee
- Ed Myers Award for Exceptional Contribution to the WestEd Community, 2021