The Washington Monthly recently included dLRN partner Candace Thille of Stanford University as one of the sixteen most innovative people in higher education. The article highlights her work on the dLRN Project Mindset and Affect in OLI Statistics Courses, and her collaboration with Ryan Baker (Teachers College) and the University System of Georgia. Thille, Baker, Meadows, and Georgia State University faculty are currently piloting this project at the main campus in Atlanta, as well as two satellite campuses. Their work seeks to build affect detectors into online statistics courses that provide timed interventions to improve performance. Congrats to Dr. Thille!