University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Ph.D. in Human-Centered Computing, 2017 (expected)
Advisor: Dr. Amy Hurst
Advisor: Dr. Amy Hurst
Google Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship (2016)
Web for All Conference Addressing Information Barriers (W4A)
Student Travel Grant (2016)
National Science Foundation Grant
“EAGER: Exploring Appropriate 3D Printing Paradigms in Special Education” with Dr. Amy Hurst (2014 – 2016)
Alex. Brown Center for Entrepreneurship, UMBC
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Curriculum Grant with Dr. Amy Hurst (2014)
U.S. Department of Education
GAANN Fellowship (2013 – 2015)
Eastern Washington University
Outstanding Student in Computer Science (2011)
Buehler, E., Comrie, N., Hofmann, M., McDonald, S., and Hurst, A. (2016). “Investigating the Implications of 3D Printing in Special Education.” (ACM TACCESS 2016.)
McDonald, S., Comrie, N., Buehler, E., Carter, C., Dubin, B., Gordes, K., McCombe-Waller, S., and Hurst, A. (2016). “Uncovering Challenges and Opportunities for 3D Printing Assistive Technology with Physical Therapists.” (ACM ASSETS 2016. Best Student Paper.)
Buehler, E., Easley, W., Poole, A., and Hurst, A. (2016). “Accessibility Barriers to Online Education for Young Adults with Intellectual Disabilities.” (W4A 2016.)
Buehler, E., Easley, W., McDonald, S., Comrie, N., and Hurst, A. (2015). “Inclusion and Education: 3D Printing for Integrated Classrooms.” (ACM ASSETS 2015.)
Buehler, E., Branham, S., Ali, A., Chang, J., Hofmann, M., Hurst, A., and Kane, S.K. (2015). “Sharing is Caring: Assistive Technology Designs on Thingiverse.” (ACM CHI 2015, Best Paper Award.)
Buehler, E., Kane, S. K., and Hurst, A. (2014). “ABC and 3D: Opportunities and Obstacles to 3D Printing in Special Education Environments.” (ACM ASSETS 2014).
Buehler, E., Grimes, S., Grimes, S., and Hurst, A. “Investigating 3D Printing Education with Youth Designers and Adult Educators.” (FabLearn 2015, poster).
Buehler, E., Hofmann, M., and Hurst, A. (2014). “Coming to Grips: 3D Printing for Accessibility.” (ACM ASSETS 2014, demo).
Buehler, E. (2015). “Supporting Inclusive and Collaborative Postsecondary Education For Adults With Intellectual Disabilities.” (ACM ASSETS 2015).
2016 & 2015 – Special Topic: 3D Printing and Entrepreneurship, UMBC
2014 – Introduction to Computer Programming, UMBC
2013 – Fundamentals of Human-Computer Interaction, UMBC
2012 – Computer Programming II, UMBC
2013 – Structured Systems Analysis and Design, UMBC (Assistant)
2012 & 2013 – Learning About, With, and From Students with Intellectual Disabilities, UMBC (Assistant)
2011 – Electronic Commerce, UMBC (Assistant)
“3D Printing AT, for Entrepreneurs and Students Alike”
Where It’s AT – Maryland Department of Disabilities AT Blog, March 2016.
“Making the Maker Movement Accessible”
NSF Discoveries, July 2015.
“Make for Humanity”
Huffington Post, July 2015.
“New Paths to Innovation and Learning Through DIY Technologies”
NSF, June 2015.
UMBC Magazine, February 2014.
“College Program for Disabled Students a Big SUCCESS”
Capital News, October 2013.