Dr. Stephanie Farrell is Professor and Founding Chair of Experiential Engineering Education at Rowan University (USA) and is looking forward to serving ASEE as President in 2018-19. From 1998-2016, Stephanie was a faculty member in Chemical Engineering at Rowan. Dr. Farrell has contributed to engineering education through her work in experiential learning, focusing on areas of pharmaceutical, biomedical and food engineering. She has been honored by the American Society of Engineering Education with several teaching awards such as the 2004 National Outstanding Teaching Medal and the 2005 Quinn Award for experiential learning. She was 2014-15 Fulbright Scholar in Engineering Education at Dublin Institute of Technology (Ireland).
Rocio Chavela is Director of Education and Career Development at the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE). She holds a Ph.D. in Engineering Education from Purdue University, a B.S. and a M.S. in Chemical Engineering from Universidad de las Americas, Puebla in Mexico. Rocio’s current efforts focus on engineering faculty and graduate student development, with particular emphasis on the adoption of evidence-based instructional practices.
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Alexandra Longo is Senior Program Manager of Education and Career Development at ASEE, where she leads ASEE webinars and manages stakeholder meetings and externally funded programs and projects. Prior to joining ASEE, Alexandra worked at the Solar Electric Power Association (SEPA) and the Society for Neuroscience (SfN). Alex has a passion for instructional design, informal education, and hands-on learning, and received her MA in Museum Education from Seton Hall University in 2013.
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