Dr. Jeremi London is an Assistant Professor in the Engineering Education Department at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. London is a mixed methods researcher with interests in research impact, cyberlearning, and instructional change in STEM Education. Prior to being a faculty member, London worked at the National Science Foundation, GE Healthcare, and Anheuser-Busch. She earned B.S. and M.S. degrees in Industrial Engineering, and a Ph.D. in Engineering Education from Purdue University.
Dr. Walter Lee is an associate professor in the Department of Engineering Education and the director for research in the Center for the Enhancement of Engineering Diversity (CEED), both at Virginia Tech. His research broadly focuses on inclusion, diversity, and educational equity—particularly related to students from groups that are historically marginalized or underrepresented in engineering. Lee received his Ph.D. in engineering education from Virginia Tech, his M.S. in industrial & systems engineering from Virginia Tech, and his B.S. in industrial engineering from Clemson University.
Watford is Professor of Engineering Education, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Director of the Center for the Enhancement of Engineering Diversity.
Crystal Pee is a graduate student at Virginia Polytechnic and State University pursuing a Ph.D. in Engineering Education, where she also serves as a graduate research assistant. Her research interests include broadening participation in industry and vocational behavior. Prior to attending Virginia Tech, she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering with a minor in Business Administration from Clemson University.
Teirra Holloman is a doctoral student in engineering education at Virginia Tech, where she serves as a graduate research and teaching assistant. Teirra received her M.Eng. in Industrial and Systems Engineering at Virginia Tech with a focus in Management Systems and her B.S. in Industrial Engineering from Clemson University. Her research interests include organizational resilience; organizational change; diversity, equity, and inclusion issues in engineering and global education programs.
Dr. Chaneé Hawkins Ash is a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Engineering Education at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) on an NSF grant funded project that explores broadening participation of African Americans in Engineering and Computer Science. In addition to her work at Virginia Tech, Chaneé is the co-founder and principal consultant of Foresight Strategy Solutions, a P-12 and Higher Education consultancy, as well as an independent researcher with San Francisco based strategy and innovation consultancy Entangled Solutions. Her work is focused on supporting schools, districts, administrators, educators, policy makers, communities, and families in dismantling systemic barriers to education and social mobility in order to put in place innovative policies and practices that enhance social ecosystems and overall life outcomes for all learners.
Chaneé holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Truman State University
(Kirksville, MO) and received her Master of Arts and Ph.D. in Education Policy, Organization, and Leadership from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign.
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