Beth Rieken

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Beth Rieken completed her Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering at Stanford. She has a broad research base spanning a variety of topics within mechanical and aerospace engineering. She participated in research on scramjet combustion at the University of Virginia and NASA as an undergraduate. As a Stanford graduate student, she explored research in the Pruitt Microsystems Lab and in the Hanson Research Lab focusing on laser diagnostics. Her experience in many different lab settings gave her the perspective to study the ways that engineers think and solve design problems. She completed her dissertation research in the Designing Education Lab where she studied the benefits of mindfulness to innovation in engineering design.

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Education

  • Ph.D. Candidate, Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University
  • M.S., Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University, 2012
  • B.S., Aerospace Engineering, University of Virginia, 2010

Publications

Other names: Elizabeth Martin

  • Rieken, B., Schar, M.F., Gilmartin, S., Sheppard, S.D., “Exploring the Relationship between Mindfulness and Innovation in Engineering Students”, Proceedings of American Society for Engineering Education, Columbus, OH, June 2017. 
  • Schar, M.F., Gilmartin, S., Rieken, B., Harris, A., Sheppard, S.D., “Innovation Self-Efficacy: Development of a Measurement Scale”, Proceedings of American Society for Engineering Education, Columbus, OH, June 2017.
  • Rieken, B., Schar, M.F., Sheppard, S.D., "An Exploration of Trait Mindfulness on Engineering Classroom Performance," Proceedings of Frontiers in Education, Erie PA, Oct 2016. (best paper recognition)
  • Rieken, B., Miller, V., Hanson, R., “Initial Studies of the Fluorescence Properties of Anisole for PLIF Imaging,” Poster, Gordon Research Conference, Waterville Valley, NH, August 2013.
  • Martin, E.F., Chung, C., Pruitt, B.L., "Characterization of Adhesion Proteins for Mechanotransduction Assays,” Poster, MicroTAS, Seattle, WA, October 2011.
  • Martin, E.F., Chung, C., Pruitt, B.L., “Adhesion Proteins for Mechanotransduction Assays,” Poster, Microdevices in Medicine and Biology, Lucern, Switzerland, May 2011.
  • Martin, E.F., Goyne, C.P., and Diskin, G.S., “Analysis of a Tomography Technique for a Scramjet Wind Tunnel,” International Journal of Hypersonics, 2010, 1(3): p.173-180. 
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