KJ Chew

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KJ Chew



  • kaijunch@stanford.edu
  • Center for Design Research
    Stanford University
    424 Panama Mall
    Stanford, CA 94305-2232


KJ (Kai Jun) Chew is a Research Data Analyst in the Stanford Mechanical Engineering (ME) Department and the Designing Education Lab (DEL), working primarily with Dr. Sheri Sheppard on preparing the ME Department for the next ABET accreditation process, implementing ABET continuous improvement process within the department and supporting the faculty on redesiging the undergraduate curriculum entitled BSME 2.0. Born and raised in Malaysia, KJ received his Bachelor of Science degree in ME at the University of Southern California (USC) and his Master of Science degree in ME at Stanford University.

KJ is interested in conducting research in the engineering education field, particularly in courses and curriculum improvement. He is currently organizing the process of preparing for the department accreditation, and also conducting literature review on several topics for the BSME 2.0. Apart from that, he is also documenting the process and creating the protocols for future accreditations.

He plans to pursue a PhD in Engineering Education in the coming year.

He is an ardent sports fan, particularly in college football. He is a proud supporter of the Stanford and USC football teams.


  • M.S., Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University, 2015
  • B.S., Mechanical Engineering, University of Southern California (USC), 2013


  • Chew, Kai Jun, Turpin, Autumn, Sheppard, Sheri, (2015). Improving Students’ Technical Writing Skills: Abstracts in Introductory Solid Mechanics. American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), Seattle, Washington
  • Chew, Kai Jun, Dr. Chen, Helen, Rieken, Beth, Turpin, Autumn, Dr. Sheppard, Sheri, (2016). Improving Students’ Learning in Statics Skills: Using Homework and Exam Wrappers to Strengthen Self-Regulated Learning. American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), New Orleans, Louisiana
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