Assistance & Mentoring

 
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Higher Education Contributions and Mentoring of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Undergraduate and Graduate Researchers Career Development. Below are a sampling of nine students’ career development as a result of assistance and mentoring received, including David Moody, Ph.D., Keith Coleman, P.E., Celeste Chavis, Ph.D., Daniel Work, Ph.D., Micah Springer (deceased), Kenton Williams, Derek Miller, Kelsey Shaler, Rory Kennedy – who have enrolled and some are now teaching inside the nation’s top research institutions of higher education, funded by the National Science Foundation, U.S. Department of Defense, and the Ford Foundation –
 
Graduate Student Research Fellowship Assistance & Mentoring
 

Harvard College, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Harvard College, Cambridge, Massachusetts

 David Moody, Ph.D.

David Moody, Ph.D.

David Moody, Ph.D.

Keith Coleman, P.E.

Keith Coleman, P.E.

Keith Coleman, P.E.

  • Licensed Professional Engineer (P.E.), Structural Engineer, Walter P. Moore Engineering Consulting, Atlanta, Georgia
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    • Masters of Science Degree in Civil Engineering (2007)
    • 2006 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow
    • 2006 Department of Defense / Office of Naval Research Graduate Fellow
    • 2006 Honorable Mention, Ford Foundation Diversity Graduate Research Fellow
  • Harvard University
    • Graduate School of Design, Masters Degree in Architectural Design (2008)
  • 2013 Black Engineer of the Year, Technical Sales & Marketing

Celeste Chavis, Ph.D.

Celeste Chavis, Ph.D.

Celeste Chavis, Ph.D.

  • Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering at Morgan State University, Baltimore, Maryland
  • University of California Berkeley
    • Ph.D. in Civil Engineering (2012) 
    • 2007 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow
    • 2007 Ford Foundation Diversity Graduate Research Fellow

Daniel Work, Ph.D.

Daniel Work, Ph.D.

Daniel Work, Ph.D.

  • Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering at the University of Illinois, Champagne, Illinois
  • 2014 National Science Foundation CAREER Awardee
  • University of California Berkeley
    • Ph.D. in Civil Engineering (2011)
    • 2006 Honorable Mention, National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow
    • 2007 Honorable Mention, Department of Defense/Office of Naval Research Graduate Fellow
    • 2008 Dwight D. Eisenhower Transportation Research Graduate Student Fellow

Stanford University, Palo Alto, California

Stanford University, Palo Alto, California

Micah Springer (deceased)

The Late Micah Springer

The Late Micah Springer

  •   Stanford University
    • Material Science & Engineering (matriculated)
    • Masters of Business Administration (matriculated)
    • 2007 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow

Kenton Williams

Kenton Williams

Kenton Williams

Ohio State University Main Library

Ohio State University Main Library

Derek Miller

Derek Miller

Derek Miller

  •  Ohio State University
    • Material Science & Engineering (Ph.D. candidate)
    • 2011 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow

Kelsey Shaler

Kelsey Shaler

Kelsey Shaler

  •  Ohio State University
    • Aeronautical Engineering (Ph.D. candidate)
    • 2011 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow

Rory Kennedy

Rory Kennedy

Rory Kennedy

  • Naval Research Engineer, United States Office of Naval Research, Baltimore, Maryland 
  • Ohio State University
    • Mechanical Engineering
    • 2012 Honorable Mention, National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow
  • University of Michigan
    • Masters of Science Degree in Marine Engineering (2014)

University of California Berkeley

University of California Berkeley

 

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