Explore Strategies to build STEM Programs that entice and engage our underrepresented communities in high-demand careers.
Keynote Speaker: Pamela McCauley, Ph.D., C.P.E.
Dr. Pamela McCauley is an ergonomics and biomechanics expert, a dynamic keynote speaker, a popular author, and an award-winning professor in the Department of Industrial Engineering and Management Systems at the University of Central Florida where she serves as Director of the Ergonomics Laboratory.
Dr. McCauley is currently on assignment with the U.S. Department of State in her role as a Jefferson Science Fellow. The Jefferson Science Fellowship parogram serves as an innovative model for engaging the American academic science and engineering communities in U.S. foreign policy. Dr. McCauley is involved in technology assessment and policy, researching the globally critical Ergonomics of Ebola, HIV, and Other Infectious Diseases for Healthcase Workers.
She is the author of over 80 technical papers, book chapters, conference proceedings and the internationally best-selling ergonomis textbook; Ergonomics: Foundational Principles, Applications, and Technologies. Many of her leadership, diversity, innovation and STEM education related talks draw from her research-based book Transforming Your STEM Career Through Leadership and Innovation: Inspiration and Strategies for Women as well as her personal story; Winners Don't Quit...Today They Call Me Doctor.