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== About  ==
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== Contact Information  ==
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*Center for Design Research<br>Stanford University<br>424 Panama Mall, Bldg. 560<br>Stanford, CA 94305-2206
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*[mailto:sbrunhaver@stanford.edu sbrunhaver@stanford.edu]<br>
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Shannon is the Director of SKG Analysis, a consultancy specializing in education and workforce development in the sciences, medicine, and engineering. Shannon is also a Consulting Assistant Professor in the School of Engineering at Stanford University. She has expertise in a range of experiences from student learning, development, and retention; faculty recruitment, hiring, and retention; equity and access in the STEM pipeline; curricular, financial aid, and human resource policy development. Shannon has been working with the Designing Education Lab for several years, with a leadership role on the APPLE, PIE and PEARS projects, where she is the resident expert on quantitative measurement and data analysis.  
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Samantha (Sam) is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Stanford. Her research focuses on early career engineering pathways and the effect of sociocognitive factors on career persistence. Samantha’s academic interests include introductory solid mechanics, design thinking, and engineering education. She has served as a teaching assistant for statics, finite element analysis, and design for manufacturing courses at Stanford. She has also been a researcher at the Center for the Advancement of Engineering Education as part of the Academic Pathways Study and is currently a member of the follow-up Engineering Pathways Study research team. <br><br>
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Samantha has been a co-president of the Stanford Mechanical Engineering Women’s Group since 2010 and was a founding member of the Stanford student chapter of the American Society for Engineering Education in 2009. Samantha also has industry experience working at The Procter &amp; Gamble Company and Boston Scientific. <br>
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Shannon is a graduate of Stanford University with a Bachelor of Arts in American Studies. She has a Masters and Ph.D. in Education from the University of California, Los Angeles.<br>  
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== Contact ==
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== Education ==
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*[mailto:sgilmartin@skganalysis.com sgilmartin@skganalysis.com]
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*Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University, Fall 2013 (expected)
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*M.S., Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University, 2010
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*B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Northeastern University, 2008 <br>
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*Center for Design Research<br>Stanford University<br>424 Panama Mall, #203<br>Stanford, CA 94305-2206
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== Publications  ==
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*Brunhaver, S. R., Lande, M., Sheppard, S. D., &amp; Carryer, J. E. (2012). Fostering an enterprising learning ecology for engineers. International Journal of Engineering Education, 28(2): 355-363.
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*Brunhaver, S., Eris. O., &amp; Sheppard, S. (2011). Looking at engineering students through a motivation/confidence framework. American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, Vancouver, Canada, June 26–29, [http://search.asee.org/search/fetch?url=file%3A%2F%2Flocalhost%2FE%3A%2Fsearch%2Fconference%2FAC2011%2FASEE_AC2011_1551.pdf&index=conference_papers&space=129746797203605791716676178&type=application%2Fpdf&charset= link].
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*Brunhaver, S. R., Lande, M., Sheppard, S. D., &amp; Carryer, J. E. (2011). Fostering an enterprising learning ecology for engineers. Harvey Mudd Design Workshop VIII, May 26–28.
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*Brunhaver, S., Korte, R., Lande, M., &amp; Sheppard, S. (2010). Supports and barriers that recent engineering graduates experience in the workplace. American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, Louisville, KY, June 20–23, [http://search.asee.org/search/fetch?url=file%3A%2F%2Flocalhost%2FE%3A%2Fsearch%2Fconference%2F32%2FAC%25202010Full118.pdf&index=conference_papers&space=129746797203605791716676178&type=application%2Fpdf&charset= link].

Revision as of 11:23, 3 April 2012

Contents

About

Shannon2.jpg

Contact Information

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


About

Samantha (Sam) is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Stanford. Her research focuses on early career engineering pathways and the effect of sociocognitive factors on career persistence. Samantha’s academic interests include introductory solid mechanics, design thinking, and engineering education. She has served as a teaching assistant for statics, finite element analysis, and design for manufacturing courses at Stanford. She has also been a researcher at the Center for the Advancement of Engineering Education as part of the Academic Pathways Study and is currently a member of the follow-up Engineering Pathways Study research team.

Samantha has been a co-president of the Stanford Mechanical Engineering Women’s Group since 2010 and was a founding member of the Stanford student chapter of the American Society for Engineering Education in 2009. Samantha also has industry experience working at The Procter & Gamble Company and Boston Scientific.


Education

  • Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University, Fall 2013 (expected)
  • M.S., Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University, 2010
  • B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Northeastern University, 2008


Publications

  • Brunhaver, S. R., Lande, M., Sheppard, S. D., & Carryer, J. E. (2012). Fostering an enterprising learning ecology for engineers. International Journal of Engineering Education, 28(2): 355-363.
  • Brunhaver, S., Eris. O., & Sheppard, S. (2011). Looking at engineering students through a motivation/confidence framework. American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, Vancouver, Canada, June 26–29, link.
  • Brunhaver, S. R., Lande, M., Sheppard, S. D., & Carryer, J. E. (2011). Fostering an enterprising learning ecology for engineers. Harvey Mudd Design Workshop VIII, May 26–28.
  • Brunhaver, S., Korte, R., Lande, M., & Sheppard, S. (2010). Supports and barriers that recent engineering graduates experience in the workplace. American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, Louisville, KY, June 20–23, link.
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