Robin S. Adams is an Associate Professor in the School of Engineering Education at Purdue University. She holds a PhD in Education, an MS in Materials Science and Engineering, and a BS in Mechanical Engineering. Her research is in three interconnecting areas: cross-disciplinary thinking, acting, and being; design cognition and learning; and theories of change in transforming engineering education.
Catherine G.P. Berdanier is a Ph.D. student in the School of Engineering Education at Purdue University. She earned her B.S. in Chemistry from The University of South Dakota and her M.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering from Purdue University. Her current research interests include graduate-level engineering education, including inter- and multidisciplinary graduate education, innovative and novel graduate education experiences, global learning, and preparation of graduate students for future careers.
Paul Branham is a graduate student at Purdue University, pursuing a M.S. in nuclear engineering and a Ph.D. in engineering education. He received a B.S. in nuclear engineering from Purdue in 2012. He was a teaching assistant for the first-year engineering program at Purdue from 2010 to 2013 where he also contributed to curriculum development and online learning module production. His research interests include big data, data visualization, and computing. He is a student member of ASEE and the American Nuclear Society. He serves on the Board of Directors for both the Purdue Alumni Association and the Purdue Engineering Alumni Association.
Neha Choudhary, is a graduate student in Engineering Education Department at Purdue University. She did her Masters in Wireless Communication and Computing from Indian Institute of Information Technology, Allahabad, India in 2009. Her research interests are global engineering education, community learning and cross cultural competences in engineering education.
Trina Fletcher is an Engineering Education doctoral student at Purdue University. Her research focus includes the recruitment and retention of underrepresented groups in STEM education with a special focus on women. Prior to Purdue, she spent time in industry along with completing research and writing on STEM education related topics. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Industrial Technology and a masters degree in Engineering Management. Follow her on Twitter at STEMGenius.
Molly Goldstein is a first year PhD student in the School of Engineering Education at Purdue University. She previously worked as an environmental engineer in air quality and is interested in engineering design with environmental concerns. She obtained her BS in general engineering and MS in systems and entrepreneurial engineering from the University of Illinois.
Cole Joslyn is a doctoral student in the School of Engineering Education at Purdue University. His research interests include engineering as a socially just profession in service to humanity and holistic approaches to engineering education such as ethics of care, humanistic education, and spirituality. He holds a B.S. in Industrial Engineering and a M.Ed. specializing in math education and has worked as an engineer, a pastor, and a high school math teacher.
Corey A. Mathis earned her B.S. in biology and her M.E.D. in secondary education from Northern Arizona University. Prior to returning to school to obtain a PhD in engineering education at Purdue University, Corey spent nine years as a 7-12 grade Arizona science teacher. While at Purdue she has developed a course for Engineering Technology Pathways in addition to bring statistic to science classrooms though teacher outreach programs.
Emilie A. Siverling is a Ph.D. Student in Engineering Education at Purdue University. She received a B.S. in Materials Science and Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and she is a former high school chemistry and physics teacher. Her research interests are in K-12 STEM integration, primarily using engineering design to support secondary science curricula and instruction.
Natascha Trellinger is a first year PhD student in the School of Engineering Education at Purdue University. She received her BS in aerospace engineering from Syracuse University. At Purdue, Natascha is a part of the Global Engineering Education Collaboratory (GEEC) and is interested in global teaching and learning at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
MICHAEL WILSON is an Adjunct faculty member in the College of Technology and Ph.D. candidate at Purdue University in the College of Engineering. He earned a Bachelors of Science from the University of Massachusetts and a Masters from the University of Chicago; his broad research interests include Engineering Education, Network Science, and Modeling Human Sociometrics.
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