Linjue Wang is currently a graduate research associate in engineering education department at The Ohio State University, USA. She received her B.E. in Built Environment & Equipment Engineering from Tsinghua University, China. She has various service learning experiences as volunteer and curriculum designer in high schools from undeveloped areas in China. Her research interests now focus on service-learning and community engagement, as well as empowering engineering education in high schools in rural areas.
Turhan Carroll is currently a graduate research associate in the engineering education department at The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH. He received BS degrees in Physics and Applied Mathematics from North Carolina State University. Previously, he worked as an engineer performing research in magneto-photonics. His research interests now focus on broadening participation in engineering via the use of informal education.
Dr. David A. Delaine is an Assistant Professor at The Ohio State University Department of Engineering Education. Within this newly formed department he strives to creatively impact engineering education and society through investigating community-based learning and its potential impact on students and communities. The goal of this research is to establish knowledge in how STEM CBL can support broadening participation and promote social justice and citizenship through evidence-based approaches.
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