Dr. David Reeping is a Postdoctoral Fellow with the Engineering Education Research Program at the University of Michigan. He earned his Ph.D. in Engineering Education from Virginia Tech and was a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow. He received his B.S. in Engineering Education with a Mathematics minor from Ohio Northern University. His main research interests include transfer student information asymmetries, threshold concepts in electrical and computer engineering, agent-based modeling of educational systems, and advancing quantitative and fully integrated mixed methods.
Dr. Cherie D. Edwards is an Education Research Assistant Professor in the Office of Assessment, Evaluation, and Scholarship in the School of Medicine at Virginia Commonwealth University. Her research and scholarship are focused on exploring the implementation of mixed methods, qualitative, and arts-informed research designs in studies examining issues of education research. Her work in these areas includes but is not limited to her dissertation study examining youth acculturation patterns through an arts-informed approach to mixed methods, exploring professional identity development in medical and engineering students, and formative joint display analysis on dissonance in a cultural competency study of first-year engineering students.
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