Vy Ngo is currently a Master’s student at the Math, Abstraction, Play, Learning, and Embodiment Lab. She recently graduated from Lawrence University, with a double major in Psychology and International Relations, and a minor in Economics. Her research interests focus on integrating the two fields of learning sciences and social psychology. She hopes to understand how new mathematics learning and teaching methods can promote gender equality in STEM fields. Through her research, she aims to contribute to practical changes in the field of education to better support learning and development, especially that of minority groups.