The G.A.M.E.R. Lab was included in the itinerary for a one-day tour of the Virginia Tech campus by a group of high-school students from the Eastern Cherokee Band in North Carolina.  The students' visit, which also included a campus tour, a meeting with a representative from the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets, a presentation about Virginia Tech's American Indian Studies program, and a hands-on chemistry lab activity, was part of a program sponsored by the Eastern Cherokee Band that allows participating students to tour several top universities and colleges in the area as they prepare to make decisions about their post-secondary education.

During the students' brief visit to the G.A.M.E.R. Lab, lab director James D. Ivory provided a brief overview of the facility's resources, conducted a demonstration of the lab's psychophysiological data collection equipment, and described some findings from recent research in the lab.

Hopefully, some of the program's students will have the opportunity to visit the lab again in the near future after deciding to attend Virginia Tech for their college education.