The mission of the Transforming Engineering Education Laboratory is to advance the integration of evidence based practices into engineering instruction and improve learning outcomes and experiences of engineering students. We aim to conduct critical, translational research that informs engineering pedagogy, research, and practice. With our interdisciplinary and innovative approach, we seek to transform engineering education in the interest of better preparing 21st Century engineers.
Doctoral Student, Biomedical Engineering
Cassandra Woodcock is a Rackham Merit Fellow at the University of Michigan. She will be studying for her PhD in Biomedical Engineering with Emphasis in Engineering Education. Her research interests involve the transformation of engineering education curriculum so that it is more readily accessible to students of all academic and social backgrounds. She received a B.A. in Engineering Sciences at Wartburg College
Jin Woo Lee
Doctoral Student, Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan
Jin Woo Lee is a graduate student in mechanical engineering. His research interests include developing methods to aid in the design process, particularly in the early stages of concept generation and selection. He received his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Binghamton University.
Matt Gibson, Ph.D.
Center for Entrepreneurship Director of Undergraduate Programs, University of Michigan
Nathalie Duval-Couetil, MBA, Ph.D.
Associate Professor Director, Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Purdue University
Master's Student, Biomedical Engineering
Bowen Tan is a Biomedical Engineering Master's student with an expected graduation of December 2017. Her research focus is on interdisciplinarity of biomedical engineering. She holds a Bachelors of Engineering in Information Engineering from the City University of Hong Kong.