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Jennifer Bekki
Jennifer Bekki

Dr. Jennifer M Bekki

Assistant Professor
Arizona State University

Jennifer M. Bekki is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Engineering and Computing Systems at Arizona State University. She joined the faculty in August, 2008 after completing her PhD in Industrial Engineering from the Fulton School of Engineering at ASU. She is currently the Co-Principal Investigator for the CareerWISE research program, which seeks to to understand and reduce attrition of women from science and engineering doctoral programs. Her research interests include discrete event simulation methodology, modeling and analysis of manufacturing systems, online learning, educational data mining / learner analytics, engineering student persistence, and STEM graduate ...

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Guohong (Jennifer) Duan
Guohong (Jennifer) Duan

Dr. Guohong (Jennifer) Duan

Associate Professor
University of Arizona, College of Engineering

Current Position: Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, University of Arizona (UA), Tucson Education: Ph.D. from University of Mississippi in 1998; MS from Tsinghua University in 1992; BS from Wuhan University in 1989. License: Registered Professional Engineer in State of Arizona and Nevada, and Diplomat, American Academy of Water Resource Engineers, ASCE since 2006. Employment: Associate Professor, UA (2011-present); Assistant Professor, UA (2006-2011); Associate Research Professor, Desert Research Institute (DRI), Nevada Higher Education System (NHES), (2005-2006); Assistant Research Professor, DRI, NHES(1999-2005); Visiting faculty, ...

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Nadia Kellam
Nadia Kellam

Dr. Nadia Kellam

Associate Professor
University of Georgia

Nadia Kellam, Associate Professor in the College of Engineering at the University of Georgia, is co-director of the interdisciplinary engineering education research CLUSTER. In her research, she is interested in understanding how engineering students develop their professional identity, the role of emotion in student learning, and synergistic learning. She designed the environmental engineering synthesis and design studios and is now developing the design spine for the new mechanical engineering program. She is engaged in mentoring early career faculty and a recent research project uncovers the narratives of exemplar engineering faculty that have successfully transitioned to ...

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Walker White
Walker White

Lecturer Walker Mcmillan White

Lecturer
Cornell University

Walker White is a lecturer in the Cornell computer science department, and the Director of the Game Design Initiative at Cornell (GDIAC). He has led GDIAC, one of the earliest university computer game programs formed in the United States, since 2007. He has spoken at several conferences, including the Game Developers Conference (GDC) and Foundation of Digital Games (FDG), on how to develop a university-level computer game program. He has also won teaching awards at Cornell for his interdisciplinary game design courses, which bring together students in the College of Engineering and the College of Art, Architecture, and Planning.

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Ramteen Sioshansi
Ramteen Sioshansi

Professor Ramteen Sioshansi

Assistant Professor
The Ohio State University

Ramteen Sioshansi is an assistant professor in the Integrated Systems Engineering Department and an associate fellow in the Center for Automotive Research at The Ohio State University. His research focuses on examining the economic and technical impacts of integrating advanced energy technologies, including renewables, energy storage, and electric vehicles, into electric power systems. He is also interested in electricity market design and policy. He has over 35 peer-reviewed publications. He teaches undergraduate- and graduate-level courses in optimization and decision analysis. He also teaches courses on electricity market design and market engineering.

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Dave Raman
Dave Raman

Prof. Dave Raj Raman

Professor and Associate Chair for Teaching
Iowa State University

Raman is Professor and Associate Chair for Teaching in Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering at Iowa State University. He oversees curricula and accreditation for two engineering degree programs, teaches undergraduate and graduate courses, oversees three NSF/USDA funded undergraduate research experience programs, serves as education director for two multi-year, multi-institutional research centers, and conducts technoeconomic and lifecycle analyses research on bioprocessing systems. He is a licensed Professional Engineer with a BS in Electrical Engineering from RIT and a PhD in Agricultural and Biological Engineering from Cornell, and has been recognized with departmental, college, and ...

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Maria Garlock
Maria Garlock

Prof. Maria Garlock

Associate Professor
Princeton University

Dr. Maria Garlock is an associate professor in the department of civil and environmental engineering at Princeton. Her scholarship is in resilient building design for large earthquakes and fires, as isolated and as combined multi-hazard events. In addition, Dr. Garlock studies the best examples of structural designs of the present and past, which encompass the ideals of efficiency, economy, and elegance. She has co-curated three exhibitions with scale models and instructional displays that teach about exemplary structural engineering designs. She is the recipient of the 2012 President’s Award for Distinguished Teaching, which is the highest teaching award at Princeton.

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Srinivasan Srivilliputhur
Srinivasan Srivilliputhur

Prof. Srinivasan G Srivilliputhur

Associate Professor
University of North Texas

Srinivasan received his Ph.D. degree in materials science and engineering from the University of Washington, Seattle. He joined the University of North Texas in 2008 after a ten year career at the Los Alamos National Laboratory. He received a CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation and his teaching has been consistently rated highly effective by student. Srinivasan has around 50 peer-reviewed well-cited publications and reports, given many invited talks in professional meetings, actively volunteers in the local ISD, and has mentored students from middle school to graduate level to win prizes in state-level, national, and international level.

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Steve Chiu
Steve Chiu

Prof. Steve C. Chiu

Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering
Idaho State University

Steve C. Chiu is an Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering at Idaho State University. Steve received his Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Northwestern University in 2004, an M.S. in Engineering Management from Northwestern University in 1995, and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from University of Illinois at Chicago in 1990. Prior to academia, Steve worked in certification and telecommunication industries as project and R&D engineers. Steve is a Guest Editor for the Journal of Supercomputing, and serves on the editorial review board of the International Journal of Handheld Computing Research. Steve is a member of Tau Beta Pi.

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Robert  F. Richards
Robert  F. Richards

Robert F. Richards

Professor
School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, Washington State University

Robert F. Richards received the B.A. degree in physics from the University of Chicago, and the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in engineering from the University of California, Irvine. After receiving his degrees, he was an ASEE Postdoctoral Fellow at the National Institute of Standards and Technology. He joined the faculty at Washington State University (WSU), Pullman in 1992. 

He is currently a Professor in the School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, where he specializes in thermodynamics and heat transfer. Over the past fifteen years, his research has focused on MEMS for power and energy conversion.

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Kerry Meyers
Kerry Meyers

Dr. Kerry Meyers

Director, First-Year Engineering Program and Assistant Professor Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Youngstown State University

Dr. Kerry Meyers is in her second year as the Director of the STEM College’s First-Year Engineering Program at Youngstown State University. Her career is focused on the development of common, project based First-Year Engineering experiences, beginning at the University of Notre Dame where she was also the Director of the First-Year Engineering Program from 2005-2012. Further, her research interests relate to Engineering Educational issues in the early stages of student development and progress. Her core engineering educational background is Mechanical Engineering and doctoral work is in Engineering Education, both from Purdue University.

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Mark Sherriff
Mark Sherriff

Prof. Mark Sherriff

United States

Associate Professor
University of Virginia

Mark Sherriff is an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science at UVa. His teaching focus is in introductory computer science, computer game design, software engineering, database management, and web and mobile systems. His research interests are in CS education at all levels, computer game design, and agile software development. In 2010, he received the highest teaching award in the School of Engineering at UVa, the Hartfield-Jefferson Scholars Teaching Prize. Since then, he has received four other teaching awards from UVa student groups. He received his PhD in 2007 from NC State University.

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