Dr. Bosman holds a PhD in Industrial Engineering. Her research interests include STEM Education and the Impacts of Technology on Society. Within the realm of STEM Education, she has done a variety of work in areas including teaching the entrepreneurial mindset, competency-based learning, self-regulated learning, transdisciplinary education, integrating the humanities into engineering education, workforce development and faculty professional development. As for the Impacts of Technology on Society, her technology-optimization focused research includes solar energy and digital manufacturing.
Dr. McNamara is beginning his 4th year as an assistant professor at Marquette University. His research group focuses on understanding how consumer product chemicals impact microbes and antibiotic resistance in treatment plants. Additionally his group researches non-traditional treatment processes to remove these chemicals from water. Prior to Marquette, Dr. McNamara earned his PhD in Civil Engineering from the University of Minnesota in 2012 and his MS in Environmental Engineering from the University of Texas in 2008. In 2006 he earned a BS in Civil Engineering from Marquette University. More information on his research group can be found at: http://mcnamaraenviro.wix.com/research
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