Ge Vue is an Instructional Designer at the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. He collaborates with content experts at the Lincoln Institute and external partners to develop online learning curricula and expand the organization’s education program. Ge’s professional experiences include 11 years as an Instructional Designer and Research Associate at the Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST). He collaborated with teams of learning science researchers, faculty, designers, and software engineers to create web-based, learning environments and conduct quasi-experimental research to assess their impact on student learning. During his time at CAST, Ge developed a passion for creating effective solutions to complex educational problems through the innovative use of technology and research in the neurosciences. He received his undergraduate degree from Carleton College and a Master of Education in Technology, Innovation, and Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.