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Dr. Yvette Pearson Weatherton received her Ph.D. in Engineering and Applied Science (Environmental Engineering) from the University of New Orleans in 2000. She is currently a Senior Lecturer in Civil Engineering at the University of Texas at Arlington. Dr. Pearson Weatherton’s expertise is in the areas of air quality, including monitoring and modeling, and engineering education. She is currently PI or Co-PI on a number of NSF-funded engineering education projects including "UTA RET Site for Hazard Mitigation," "UTA REU Site for Hazard Mitigation," and "Focus On Retention in Cohorts of Engineering Students," which provided data for this study. Dr. Weatherton is a registered Professional Engineer in Louisiana.
Dr. Daza’s work focuses on research methodology, theories of difference, and globalizing trends in educational policy and practice. Her work has been published in The International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education and Race Ethnicity and Education. She completed her PhD in Social and Cultural Foundations with a focus on research methodology at The Ohio State University in 2006. Prior to this, Stephanie was a US Peace Corps Volunteer in Bolivia and a high school teacher in California.
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