TY Chen
Dr. Tsangyao (T.Y.) Chen attended Taipei Teachers College and worked as a school teacher in Taiwan before pursuing a Master of Education degree at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. After receiving his master’s degree, T.Y. went back to Asia to work for non-governmental organizations in Cambodia and Taiwan in the areas of humanitarian relief and environmental protection before going back to Athens to complete his doctorate in Instructional Technology.
During the course of the doctoral program, T.Y. worked part-time as a Technology Specialist in the college and then took a full-time position at the university as an Assistant Director for Information Systems. After completing the doctorate, T.Y. went back to Taiwan to work as a consultant at the Institute of Information Industry in policy research, learning technology, and industry projects.
T.Y. later joined Chung Yuan Christian University as an Assistant Professor for Management Information Systems. While engaging in teaching and research in information systems, T.Y. managed international programs for the university and the Ministry of Education. T.Y. helped initiate international programs such as the annual Taiwan Higher Education (THE) Fair in the Southeast Asian countries and the bilateral Higher Education Forum between Taiwan and Vietnam.
In 2016, T.Y. came to Florida State University on a research leave and stayed for his second doctorate in Information Science with a focus on how cognitive and social biases affect online health decision-making and the design of theory-based debiasing through HCI components. T.Y. currently serves as a Research Technology Specialist in the Research Computing Center of Florida State University.