Our people

We have assembled a core team of experts in engineering and computing education, as well as student affairs practitioners, and built relationships across our campuses (registrars, academic coaches, and many more) to pursue this research.

The Purdue Team

Dr. Edward Berger, Associate Professor of Engineering Education and Mechanical Engineering, Purdue PI and overall project lead.
Dr. Allison Godwin, Assistant Professor of Engineering Education, co-PI.
Dr. Michael Loui, Dale and Suzy Gallagher Professor of Engineering Education, senior personnel.
Lily Krest, PhD student in Engineering Education (graduation expected Spring 2024).
Julianna Ge, PhD candidate in Engineering Education (graduation expected Summer 2021).
Matt Scheidt, PhD candidate in Engineering Education (graduation expected Fall 2020)
Julie Cox, Associate Dean of Students, project lead on student life and student affairs.
Justin Major, PhD candidate in Engineering Education (graduation expected Spring 2022).
Heather Perkins, Post Doctoral Researcher

The UTEP Team

Dr. Ann Gates, Chair of Computer Science, UTEP PI.
Dr. Sanga Kim, Post Doctoral Researcher

The Cal Poly Team

Dr. Jim Widmann, Chair of Mechanical Engineering, Cal Poly PI.
Dr. John Chen, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, co-PI.
Dr. Brian Self, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, co-PI.

Project Evaluation

Dr. Lisa Kaczmarczyk, Lisa Kaczmarczyk PhD Consulting–Evaluation and Assessment

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. DUE-1626287 (Purdue), DUE-1626185 (Cal Poly), and DUE-1626148 (UTEP). Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

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