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Shanna Daly

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Shanna Daly

Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering

srdaly@umich.edu
2464 GGB (George G. Brown Laboratory)
2350 Hayward
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2125
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Phone: (734) 763-0822

Daly Design and Engineering Education Research Group

Degrees

Ph.D. Engineering Education and Chemistry, Purdue University, 2008
M.S. Chemistry, Purdue University, 2006
B.E. Chemical Engineering, University of Dayton, 2003

Research Interests

Front-end design processes; idea generation; creativity and innovation; design cognition; design ethnography; design decision-making; design problem finding and framing; concept development; cross-disciplinary design practices; prototypes; divergent and convergent thinking; design education

Honors and Awards

Best Paper in the Design in Engineering Education Division, American Society for Engineering Education, 2015

PIC II Division Best Paper Award, American Society for Engineering Education, 2015

Best Paper in the Graduate Studies Division Award, American Society for Engineering Education, 2014

Best Paper in the Design in Engineering Education Division, American Society for Engineering Education, 2014

Best Paper, 15th International Conference on Engineering and Product Design Education, Dublin, 2013

Division I (Education in the Professions) Outstanding Publication of the Year Award, American Education Research Association, 2013

Faculty Award for Outstanding Mentorship in Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program, 2012

Best Paper in the Graduate Studies Division Award, American Society for Engineering Education, 2011

Best Design Cognition Paper Award, Design Computing and Cognition, 2010

Educational Research Methods Division Apprentice Faculty Grant (2008), American Society for Engineering Education, 2008

In the News...

2015 - ME Welcomes New Faculty Members Jesse Austin-Breneman and Shanna Daly

Teaching

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