Dr. Mallette worked as a design, process and research engineer before obtaining her PhD in Chemical and Biological Engineering at Montana State University. She has five years of professional experience and almost four years of chemical engineering instructional experience, including two years at University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her current research focus is effective teamwork instruction in engineering curriculum. Her past research explored biofilms and fungal production of fuel chemicals.
Michelle Bothwell is a Professor of Bioengineering at Oregon State University. Her teaching and research bridge ethics, social justice and engineering with the aim of cultivating an inclusive and socially just engineering profession.
Dr. Kelly earned her BS in Chemical Engineering from the University of Arizona and her PhD in Chemical Engineering from the University of Tennessee. She served as an Assistant Professor for 6 years at Syracuse University, and has been an Associate Professor at Oregon State University in the School of Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering since 2004, where she also served for three and half years as the Associate Dean for Academic and Student Affairs of the College of Engineering.
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