OCTOBER 1, 2020 -- 4th-year graduate student Will Sealy successfully proposed his Thesis work titled "Understanding and Supporting Decision Making in Denied and Degraded Decision Environments" and is now a Ph.D. Candidate in the School of Aerospace Engineering. His work focuses on the understanding of decision making behaviors under time pressure and information uncertainty, and the subsequent development of decision support systems that can improve decision outcomes in these situations. His committee consisted of Dr. Karen Feigh (advisor) of Aerospace Engineering, Dr. Sonia Chernova of Interactive Computing, Dr. Matthew Gombolay of Interactive Computing, Dr. Dustin Arendt of Pacific Northwest National Lab, and Dr. Corey Fallon of Pacific Northwest National Lab. You can find his proposal presentation here.