The Advocates and Allies Advisory Board (A3B) is a group of women, minorities, and gender diverse individuals who work with the National Science Foundation (NSF)-funded ADVANCE team to guide and advise the Advocates Team. Guidance comes in the form of communicating and prioritizing issues that women, minorities, and gender diverse individuals experience at Michigan Tech that impede their career growth and success. Guidance and oversight also come in the form of structuring and directing the education of the Advocates via published resources and lived experiences, the best topics, and approaches for the Advocates.
When advocating for policies and practices, the goal is that the A3B and Advocates will work closely together with the goal that well-intentioned ideas translate into policies and practices that most effectively achieve the goals of equity.
- Associate Teaching Professor, Applied Computing
- Program Director, BS in Mechatronics
- Program Director, BS in Electrical Engineering Technology
- Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS)
- Single electron devices
- Charging-effect-based tunneling devices
- Quantum electronics
- Circuit design
- Circuits and instrumentation
- Physical electronics
- Digital logic
- Director of Student Leadership and Involvement
- Supports the Student Leadership and Involvement staff in ensuring seamless day-to-day operations and executing impactful programming.
- Leads long and short-term strategic planning for Student Leadership and Involvement based on student feedback and assessment.
- Chairs the Tech Traditions Committee in order to provide oversight and collaboration amongst campus partner.
- Professor, Civil, Environmental, and Geospatial Engineering
Links of Interest
- Environmental Engineering
- Transport & Transformation of Organic Chemicals
- Boundary Layer Meteorology
- Air and Water Quality
- Atmosphere-biosphere Exchange of Chemicals
- Environmental Analytical Chemistry
- Associate Professor, Biomedical Engineering
- Affiliated Associate Professor, Biological Sciences
- Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS) and Nanotechnology
- Microfluidics for cancer research
- Microenvironment platforms to characterize cellular interactions
- Sensors and devices for biomedical sensing and implantable devices