Ph.D. Candidate - EnvE
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Research Interests: 

Marginalized identities in engineering, feminist research methodologies, and coalitional social justice across academic disciplines. Her dissertation research project investigates invisiblized gender dynamics in engineering education through queer theory and collaborative community methodologies.

Publications: Haverkamp, A, “The Complexity of Nonbinary Inclusion in Engineering Culture,” American Society 125th Annual Conference & Exposition, July 24th 2018, Paper ID# 22710.

 

Biography: 

Doctoral candidate in the Environmental Engineering program at Oregon State University and member of the editorial board at the International Journal of Engineering for Social Justice and Peace. She is also a student in the Queer Studies Ph.D. minor within the department of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. She has engineering workforce experience with the Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Air Force, and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. 

Education: 
B.S. Chemical Engineering, University of Kansas, 2012 M.Eng. Environmental Engineering, Oregon State University, 2015
Major Professor: 
Michelle Bothwell, Devlin Montfort
Last modified: 
10/19/2018 - 07:53