Human-computer interaction research has generated a broad range of interaction styles that move beyond the desktop into new physical and social contexts. In the reimagined Science Center, the Human-Computer Interaction Lab will be part of the new innovation hub, allowing science, technology, and art to come together in creative new ways. Students collaborate on research to develop computational tools for learning in bio-design; prototype interactive STEM exhibits for discovery museums; and design and evaluate smart environments for collaborative decision-making.