Songhee Han

Songhee  Han

Curriculum & Instruction

Ph.D. in Learning Technologies, The University of Texas at Austin, expected 2024
M.A. in Learning Technologies, The University of Texas at Austin, 2019
B.E. in Elementary Education, Seoul National University of Education, 2008

Office: BMC

Songhee Han is a doctoral student in the Learning Technologies program. Prior to her life at UT Austin, she has worked at public elementary schools in Korea for 7 years. Songhee has been involved in a research & development project — Alien Rescue(AR) — under Dr. Min Liu's supervision and she has worked on the mission database and code enhancement process in the AR team since 2018. Outside of the program, She has worked as an innovation fellow in the instructional design of the OnRamps program developing online courses for Texas high school students and OnRamps staff. In addition, she has worked as a conference administrator assisting "STEM in the Technopolis" conference and as a graduate research assistant assisting a book project "STEM in the Technopolis- The Power of STEM Education in Regional Technology Policy" for IC² Institute at UT Austin. She co-authored Chapter 2 "Regional Industry Clusters: A STEM Center of Gravity for Educators, Industry, Government and Non-Profits" in this book project. Since 2019, she has worked for the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas at Moody College of Communication developing self-directed online courses and researching effective massive open online course design practices.