Dr. Sreyoshi Bhaduri is a People Researcher and Educator. As a Senior Specialist, People Research at McGraw Hill, she leads projects leveraging global employee data to generate data-driven insights for decisions impacting organizational Culture and Talent. Sreyoshi has earned her Ph.D. from the College of Engineering at Virginia Tech. She has an interdisciplinary background with Masters degrees in Data Analytics and Applied Statistics as well as in Engineering. Trained in conducting education research, you will find her talking about using data ethically, inclusively and intentionally, and about best practices while navigating data at large organizations. Sreyoshi is passionate about creating inclusive work spaces for employees with diverse backgrounds, using data-driven and pedagogy-informed methods.
Dr. Holly M. Matusovich is an Associate Professor in the Department of Engineering Education. She is current the Assistant Department Head for Undergraduate Programs and the former Assistant Department Head for Graduate Programs in Virginia Tech’s Department of Engineering Education. Dr. Matusovich is recognized for her research and practice related to graduate student mentoring. She won the Hokie Supervisor Spotlight Award in 2014, was nominated for a Graduate Advising Award in 2015, and won the 2018 Graduate Student Mentor Award for the College of Engineering. Dr. Matusovich has graduated 10 doctoral students since starting her research program in Spring 2009. Dr. Matusovich co-hosts the Dissertation Institute, a one-week workshop each summer funded by NSF, to help underrepresented students develop the skills and writing habits to complete doctorate degrees in engineering. Across all of her research avenues, Dr. Matusovich has been a PI/Co-PI on 12 funded research projects including the NSF CAREER Award with her share of funding be ingnearly $2.3 million. She has co-authored 2 book chapters, 21 journal publications and more than 70 conference papers. She has won several Virginia Tech awards including a Dean’s Award for Outstanding New Faculty, an Outstanding Teacher Award and a Faculty Fellow Award. She holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Cornell University, an M.S. in Materials Science from the University of Connecticut and a Ph.D. in Engineering Education from Purdue University.
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