Carol Haden is s Senior Evaluator with Magnolia Consulting, LLC. She holds a doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis on program evaluation from Northern Arizona University. Dr. Haden has extensive experience in the evaluation of formal STEM education projects across the K-20 spectrum and the evaluation of informal STEM Education and Public Outreach (E/PO) programs. She has designed and implemented evaluations of programs funded by the National Science Foundation, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, the Arizona Board of Regents, Goddard Space Flight Center, Jet Propulsion Laboratory and the Arizona Department of Education, among others. She has a special interest in supporting exemplary and equitable science education for traditionally underserved populations.
LTC Steve Hart is currently assigned as the ERDC Engineering Fellow and Director of Infrastructure Studies at West Point. He has taught numerous civil engineering courses including innovative courses on Infrastructure Engineering and Critical Infrastructure Protection and has authored numerous articles and a book chapter on these subjects. He is the developer and lead proponent of The Critical Infrastructure Symposium, now in its fifth year. He is active in The Infrastructure Security Partnership and the American Society of Civil Engineers including services on the Committee on Critical Infrastructure as well as the American Society of Engineering Education.
Dr. M. Keith Thompson is currently an associate professor at the University of Wisconsin - Platteville in the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering. He earned his BS degree in Civil Engineering from North Carolina State University and his MS and PhD degrees in Civil Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. His technical speciality is structural engineering with a focus on structural concrete. He has taught a variety of structural engineering courses, freshman level introduction to engineering courses, and infrastructure education courses. His research interests include curriculum reform, enhanced teaching and advising practices, improving retention of undergraduate students, and using learning analytics to improve institutional practice.
Matthew Roberts has been teaching at UW-Platteville since 2002. He is originally from Denver, Colorado and attended Brigham Young University for his B.S. in Civil Engineering. He then spent four years as a civil engineering officer in the U.S. Air Force. After his military service, he completed graduate work at Texas A&M University. He teaches classes on reinforced concrete design, structural steel design, and other structural engineering topics.
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