Ken Christensen

Ken Christensen is professor and associate chair of Undergraduate Affairs in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of South Florida (USF). Christensen received his Ph.D. in electrical and computer engineering from North Carolina State University in 1991, MSEE from North Carolina State University in 1983, and BSEE from University of Florida… Read more »

Yufeng Hu

Dr. Yufeng Hu, P.E., is a master faculty specialist in the Civil and Construction Engineering Department at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan. He teaches various engineering mechanics and civil engineering courses and coordinates the senior capstone design program. Hu’s research focuses on bridge engineering and engineering education.

Paul J. Benkeser

Paul J. Benkeser is a professor and senior associate chair in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech and Emory University. He has been a member of the Georgia Tech faculty since September 1985. He received his B.S. degree in electrical engineering from Purdue University and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in… Read more »

Craig A. Kaplan

Dr. Craig A. Kaplan has many years of expertise in the fields of collective intelligence, artificial intelligence (AI), and quantitative modeling. Kaplan has served as CEO of various technology companies. He is currently CEO and founder of iQ Company, a consulting company focused on Artificial General Intelligence (AGI). He was also the founder and CEO… Read more »

Samuel J. Cummings III

Samuel Cummings is a Customer Success and Generative AI visionary. He’s globally recognized for revolutionizing how businesses use AI and data science to scale Customer Success operations, driving remarkable outcomes. From St. Louis to London and Sydney, he has shared success stories on data science’s impact on CX and won the 2021 Inspire award at… Read more »

Catherine M. Quinlan

Catherine M. Quinlan is Vice President, AI Ethics for IBM and oversees the work of IBM’s AI Ethics Board, a multi-disciplinary team responsible for the governance and decision-making process for AI ethics policies and practices. Catherine also oversees the AI ethics use case review process. Catherine is also the IBM Director of the Notre Dame-IBM… Read more »

Anna Karapetyan

Anna Karapetyan is the Specialist, International Accreditation who works closely with ABET’s constituencies, both volunteer experts and institutions outside the U.S. She provides necessary support to ABET’s volunteer experts preparing for international accreditation visits. While responsible for reviewing Requests for Evaluation from programs outside the U.S., she provides guidance on ABET’s requirements and accreditation process… Read more »

Andrew Lloyd

Andrew Lloyd, PE possesses over a decade of expertise in roadway design across the southeast United States, including projects in every FDOT District. His work spans from small-scale improvements to major reconstruction, offering a comprehensive view of industry standards and graduate expectations. Before joining AECOM, he contributed as an industrial engineer to operational advancements in… Read more »

Kevin Kuck

Kevin Kuck is a dedicated 5th year senior, and soon to be graduate at George Mason University, majoring in mechanical engineering with a minor in photography. He has consistently been named to the Dean’s List in eight of the ten semesters he has attended while maintaining a GPA of 3.76. He is currently serving as President of… Read more »

William Oakes

William (Bill) Oakes is the Assistant Dean for Experiential Learning, a 150th Anniversary Professor, Director of the EPICS Program, Professor of Engineering Education at Purdue University, and a registered professional engineer.  He is one of the founding faculty in the School of Engineering Education having courtesy appointments in Mechanical, Environmental and Ecological Engineering and Curriculum… Read more »