Dr. Amelink is Director of Graduate Programs and Assessment in the College of Engineering, Virginia Tech.
Christina Seimetz is a PhD student in the Department of Engineering Education at Virginia Tech. She also serves as program support staff for the Center for the Enhancement of Engineering Diversity where she is involved with recruitment, outreach, and retention programs specifically targeted towards females interested in engineering. Ms. Seimetz earned her B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and her M.S. in Biomedical Engineering from Virginia Tech.
Joseph is a Graduate Student in the Mechanical Engineering and Nuclear Engineering departments at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg. While studying for his Master's Degree, he had the privilege of working at the Center for the Enhancement of Engineering Diversity (CEED) as a graduate assistant. In his time working at CEED, he became a co-director of inVenTs Studio 1 & 2 located in a residential hall on campus. There, he taught students how to use the equipment, facilitated company interactions to make Innovation Challenge Activities possible, and oversaw a group of upper-class undergraduates who help lead the community to success. He is a member of ANS, ASME, INMM, and IEEE.
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