Bram van Heuveln is a passionate educator who continually tries to improve the effectiveness of the many different undergraduate courses he teaches in the areas of cognitive science, logic, artificial intelligence, critical thinking, and the philosophy of mind. Various undergraduate students help Van Heuveln with his research in the area of visual logic, by building interfaces that allow users to create and manipulate visual representations to perform logical reasoning. Van Heuveln uses these interfaces as educational tools in his classes to improve the logical reasoning abilities of his students. Bram van Heuveln coordinates the Minds and Machines Program in Cognitive Technology, which invites undergraduate students to get involved with research on Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Robotics, and Synthetic Characters. Van Heuveln also oversaw the creation of the Cognitive Robotics Laboratory, and was instrumental in the creation of the undergraduate program in Cognitive Science.