Graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 2016 with a B.A. in Anthropology and a B.S. in Biology and Chemistry. Research experience includes the use of robotics in K-12 education at the University of Pittsburgh's Learning Research and Development Center and research into neural pathways involved in the onset and treatment of Schizophrenia at the Anthony Grace Lab at the University of Pittsburgh. Future plans include the pursuit of an M.D. and PhD in biological psychiatry.
Muhsin Menekse is an assistant professor at the School of Engineering Education at Purdue University, with a joint appointment at the Department of Curriculum & Instruction. Dr. Menekse’s primary research investigates how classroom activities affect conceptual understanding in engineering and science for all students. His second research focus is on verbal interactions that can enhance productive discussions in collaborative learning settings. And his third research focus is on metacognition and its implications for learning. Much of this research focuses on learning processes in classroom settings. Dr. Menekse is the recipient of the 2014 William Elgin Wickenden Award by the American Society for Engineering Education.
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