With all my academic training in Psychology, who would have guessed that someday I work as a Postdoctoral Associate in the Department of Engineering. Well, it did happen, though it takes courage to recognize and embrace my role in a bigger picture. My Ph.D. degree is in Human Factors and Applied Cognition, which deals with Human-Machine Interface, and my research interest in Human-Robot Interaction (HRI) drives me to do interdisciplinary research at Duke Robotics. It is important to understand how to design the robots and technologies to be more efficient, intuitive, and easy for people to use, therefore, my expertise in Human Factors can help with their research on HRI. It makes sense in a way. I carefully look forward to the year of postdoc life in Engineering.