Robin O. Andreasen (Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison) is Associate Professor of Linguistics and Cognitive Science. She earned her PhD in philosophy and specializes in philosophy of science, philosophy of social science, and in science and policy. A race and gender scholar, Dr. Andreasen is research director and co-PI for UD’s ADVANCE-IT grant.
Heather Doty is an assistant professor of mechanical engineering at the University of Delaware (UD). Dr. Doty teaches undergraduate courses in thermodynamics, statics, and dynamics, and conducts research on gender in the academic STEM workforce. She is co-PI on UD's NSF ADVANCE Institutional Transformation grant, which aims to recruit, retain, and advance women STEM faculty at UD. Dr. Doty is faculty advisor to UD's Women in Engineering Graduate Student steering committee and a past co-chair of UD's Women's Caucus.
Pam Cook is UNIDEL Prof. of Mathematics and Associate Dean of Engineering for Faculty at the University of Delaware (UD). Her research interest is in applied mathematics modeling and simulation particularly of complex, viscoelastic, fluids. She is PI on the University of Delaware NSF ADVANCE IT grant to improve the representation and leadership opportunities of women among the STEM faculty at UD.
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