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Sarah Coppola is a graduate student in Human Factors Engineering at Tufts University. Prior to attending Tufts, Sarah worked as a reliability engineer and completed an AmeriCorps service year teaching in an engineering magnet high school in Paterson, NJ. She draws upon her diverse interests in design, teaching, and social justice in her research work in physical ergonomics and engineering education at the Center for Engineering Education and Outreach (CEEO). Sarah earned a Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering and Engineering Design from Northwestern University.
Leonardo Madariaga is a graduate student in the Center for Engineering Education and Outreach (CEEO) at Tufts University in Medford, MA. He graduated as a Product Design Engineer in 2006 from Federico Santa Maria Technical University (UTFSM) in Chile. Currently he is a M.S. student in Human Factors Engineering at Tufts.
His primary interest is the generation of physical and digital environments that can foster design and creativity in engineering education. He has seven years of experience in teaching engineering undergraduates design methods and guiding them in project based courses at UTFSM in Chile, where he also worked as a product innovation consultant for several small companies.
Marya Schnedeker is a M.S. student at Tufts University in the Human Factors Engineering program. Her research focus is instructional design. She is currently researching methods of training novice users on CAD software and 3D printers.
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