1968-1972: A.B. in Psychology, with Honors. Lafayette College, Easton, PA.
1972-1974: M.A. in Psychology. University of California at Berkeley
1974-1979: Ph.D. in Psychology. University of California at Berkeley
PROFESSIONAL HONORS AND OBLIGATIONS
Gray Elected Humboldt Scholar. Elected receipient in April 2011 in recognition of past accomplishments in research and teaching, and for a prolonged period of research and collaboration with colleagues in Germany, including a prolonged stay at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin beginning January 2012. About the Humboldt Institute.
Keynote Speaker – BRIMS 2010. 19th Annual Conference on Behavioral Representation in Modeling & Simulation.
Consulting Editor of the Psychological Review. 2010-continuing.
Fellow of the Cognitive Science Society. Elected by the Society, August 2009.
Executive Editor of topiCS (Topics in Cognitive Science). Founding and Executive Editor of the Cognitive Science Society's first new journal in over 30 years (2007 – continuing).
Fellow of the American Psychological Association. Elected by the Society in August 2009.
Fellow of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. Awarded by HFES in September 2008.
Franklin V. Taylor Award for Outstanding Contributions in the Field of Applied Experimental & Engineering Psychology. Awarded by the American Psychological Association for 2008.
Research Award – First Awardee of the Rensselaer School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences Recognition Award for Research. April, 2008.
Keynote Speaker 7th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling. Trieste, Italy. April 2006.
Associate Editor of the Cognitive Science journal. Five year term beginning January 2006.
Founding Organizer & Chair, Human Performance Modeling Technical Group (HPM-TG) of the Human Factors & Ergonomics Society. 2004-2006.
Executive Committee of the Cognitive Science Society as Chair-Elect, Chair, & Past-Chair. Aug 2003–2006.
Board of Governors of the Cognitive Science Society (CSS) 5-yr term, 2003-2008. CSS is the premier national and international association of cognitive scientists.
IK2003, – Foreign lecturer at the 2003 annual Interdisciplinary College on Cognitive Science at Möhnesee, Germany (7-14 March).
Co-Chair, Twenty-fourth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, August 2002. Fairfax, VA.
Chair for the Fourth International Conference on Cognitive Modeling (ICCM-2001), July 2001. Fairfax, VA.
Visiting Scholar, Abteilung für Kognitionaswissenschaft (Centre of Cognitive Science), at IIG, University of Freiburg, Germany. May – June 2001
Associate Editor of the Human Factors journal, April 2000–2006.
Interviewed before a live audience of 500 conference attendees. Interview focused on my (then just published) Damaged Merchandise article (see below). CHI’99 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Pittsburgh, PA.
Special Issue of the Human-Computer Interaction journal devoted to Gray & Salzman’s, Damaged Merchandise paper. (Vol. 13, Issue 3, 1998). Paper was a regular submission to the journal. The Editor turned it into a special issue by soliciting 10 commentaries and asking us to write a response.
Co-Chair for the Sixth ACT-R Workshop, July 1998. Fairfax, VA.
Associate Editor for ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (ToCHI), January 1996-2002.
Co-Chair for the Sixth Workshop on Empirical Studies of Programmers, January 1996. Alexandria, VA.
Fellow of the Krasnow Institute for Advanced Studies in Cognition (1994-1998).
Secretary of the Army's Science & Engineering Fellowship awarded for advanced research and study at Carnegie Mellon University, 1986-1987.
Sloane Foundation Research Fellowship awarded for post-doctoral research at Carnegie Mellon University, 1986-1987.