Katy Luchini-Colbry is the Director for Graduate Recruiting at the College of Engineering at Michigan State University, where she completed degrees in political theory and computer science. A recipient of a NSF Graduate Research Fellowship, she earned Ph.D. and M.S.E. in computer science and engineering from the University of Michigan. She has published nearly two dozen peer-reviewed works related to her interests in educational technology and enhancing undergraduate education through hands-on learning. As a volunteer for Tau Beta Pi, the Engineering Honor Society, Luchini-Colbry facilitates interactive seminars on interpersonal communications and problem solving skills for engineering students across the U.S.
Korine Steinke Wawrzynski is the Director for Undergraduate Research in the Provost’s Office at Michigan State University (MSU) and an adjunct Assistant Professor in the Student Affairs Administration master’s program. She brings 10 years of student affairs administrative experience in the areas of residence life, judicial affairs, peer education, leadership development, and academic advising. Currently, she is a Councilor for the Council on Undergraduate Research and is the chair of the Commission for Academic Affairs Administrators for the American College Personnel Association. Her research interests include innovative learning opportunities for undergraduate students, the experiences of women leaders in higher education, and collaborative partnerships between academic and student affairs. Korine has earned a bachelor’s degree in English from Monmouth College, a master’s degree in College Student Personnel, and a doctorate in Higher Education Administration, both from Bowling Green State University.
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