Three College of Engineering faculty members were published in the Research Journal for Engineering Education. The JEE paper, “Engineering students’ noncognitive and affective factors: Group differences from cluster analysis,” was co-authored by
Professor Kristen O’Halloran Cardinal (BMED) and her Cal Poly student research team recently published first-of-its-kind work in the Journal of Neurointerventional Surgery. The publication demonstrated how Cardinal and her team were able
Amy Ru, an undergraduate student crafting her own interdisciplinary curriculum within Business Administration, Computer Science and Interaction Design, published her first international research publication titled “Hackathons for Workforce Development: A Case Study,”
Kristen Cardinal and a team of former students published “Tissue Engineered Blood Vessel Mimics in Complex Geometries for Intravascular Device Testing,” in PLOS One. Cardinal worked with former students Robert Dalton Chavez
Yong Hao and a team of students published “A Comparison Study of Confinement Effect of PEDOT and CNT for Sulfur Nanocomposites in Li-S Battery Application,” following research work conducted the Summer Undergraduate
Dean Amy S. Fleischer and a team of researchers from Villanova University published their paper “Life Cycle Inventory Regionalization and Uncertainty Characterization: a Multilevel Modeling Approach,” in the Journal of Cleaner Production.