Emily Cao

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Emily Cao is a student at Stanford University graduating in 2017. She is pursuing a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Computer Science. Her interests include art, design, and product development, as well as teaching. In previous work, she has analyzed data for a semiconducter energy conversion firm and has developed art programs for the U.S. Arts Education Center. Her role as an undergraduate researcher on Epicenter's Fostering Innovative Generations Study (FIGS) includes organizing data for 26 universities across the country. She is interested in researching how to increase the effectiveness of engineering education, and her future goal is to design education programs that merge engineering and the arts.
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Emily Cao is a student at Stanford University graduating in 2017. She is pursuing a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Computer Science. Her interests include art, design, and product development, as well as teaching. In previous work, she has developed databases for major educational programs and has designed xx for her teaching position in a K-5 school. She is interested in researching how to increase engineering education effectiveness and engineering major retention.
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== Education  ==
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*B.S. Candidate Mechanical Engineering anticipated 2017
*B.S. Candidate Mechanical Engineering anticipated 2017

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Contact Information

  • Center for Design Research
    Stanford University
    424 Panama Mall, Bldg. 560
    Stanford, CA 94305-2206
  • ecao@stanford.edu


About

Emily Cao is a student at Stanford University graduating in 2017. She is pursuing a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Computer Science. Her interests include art, design, and product development, as well as teaching. In previous work, she has analyzed data for a semiconducter energy conversion firm and has developed art programs for the U.S. Arts Education Center. Her role as an undergraduate researcher on Epicenter's Fostering Innovative Generations Study (FIGS) includes organizing data for 26 universities across the country. She is interested in researching how to increase the effectiveness of engineering education, and her future goal is to design education programs that merge engineering and the arts.

Education

  • B.S. Candidate Mechanical Engineering anticipated 2017
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