Hamid Nadir is a Ph. D. candidate in Instructional Systems Technology and minoring in Human-Computer Interaction at Indiana University (IU). He received his Master’s in Special Education from Emporia State University in Emporia, Kansas.
His research interests include problem solving, computational thinking, making, and problem-based learning. He has worked as an Instructional Consultant and Associate Instructor at IU. These positions have allowed him to serve faculty, staff, associate instructors, and students with course development, instructional design, and teaching academic and career skills. In his previous career, he worked as a classroom teacher and helped students achieving their full potentials.
At IU, he has been participating in many volunteering opportunities, including a member of Vice-Provost Robel’s Inclusive Excellence Student Steering Committee, Vice-President of Graduates in Instructional Systems Technology, President of Bangladesh Student Association, a Diversity Representative in Graduate and Professional Student Government, a member of Graduate Emissary, and so on. He currently instructs M202: Job Search Strategies for Educators. Hamid enjoys playing sports, watching movies, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.