David Che has been an Associate Professor of mechanical engineering at Geneva College, Beaver Falls, Penn., since 2008. He currently is also the Director of the Pinkerton Center for Technology Development at Geneva College. He received his B.S.E in precision engineering from Harbin Institute of Technology, P. R. China, his M.S in mechanical engineering from Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, and Ph.D in mechanical engineering from University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. He worked as a senior research/project engineer at General Motors Corporation from 1997-2005. He also served as general manager of Stafast Products, Inc.’s Asia operations in China from 2005-2008.
David Clark is the Co-director for the Pinkerton Center for Technology Development at Geneva College. He obtained bachelor's of science degrees in mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and applied mathematics from Geneva College. Clark had 13 years of industrial experience working at Ellwood City Forge in Ellwood City, Penn.
Dave Shaw is a professor of mechanical engineering at Geneva College and has sponsored student teams in competitions since 1994. He has also enjoyed teaching the freshman-level introduction to engineering course, helping students get hands-on experience with a variety of projects over the past 12 years.
He loves the outdoors, including hiking, biking, canoeing, and camping, and is blessed to have friends and family that share that love.