Instructional Technology Consultant
Erica J. Hagen is passionate advocate for active learning in her role as an Instructional Technology Consultant in the College of Engineering. She nurtured twin loves in Engineering Education and Geological Engineering as a student…
Elizabeth Harris is the CEETE Director. Elizabeth has been part of the University of Wisconsin Madison’s College of Engineering since 2012. She approaches Engineering Education through the lens of her cognitive and systems engineering expertise, in…
CEETE Student Consultants
“I’m a freshman from New York City studying Computer Science as well as an Undergraduate Research Scholar who works on implementing interventions for kids in the Social Kids Lab. My interests lie heavily in Educational Psychology and understanding how technology can improve classrooms and make the learning experience inclusive. I also enjoy drawing and looking up random game theories in my spare time.”
Diego Fratta is a second-year student here at CEETE. He has been a part of the student consulting team since December 2017. Diego is studying Computer Engineering and Computer Science hoping to work with virtual reality someday or as a professor. Outside of school and work Diego enjoys watching and playing soccer, video games and watching TV.
Allison Henke started as a consultant in March 2018 and is currently a junior double majoring in Neurobiology and Psychology. She has interests in biology, neurology, and wants to pursue a career in the medical field. In her spare time, she enjoys singing, dancing, playing instruments; like the ukulele, enjoying the outdoors, and hanging out with friends.
Ian Horvath is a new CEETE consultant, joining as of October 2018. He is a sophomore majoring in Computer Science. In the future Ian plans to develop software for a major tech company. In his free time he likes to practice math problems and play video games.
Jonah Leurquin: “I am a senior geological engineering student and have worked here at CEETE for a few years now. I enjoy this work because I like working through problems and learning how to best teach science courses. As a student, I am interested in how we can use geophysics to learn more about geohazard protection. If you were to run into me on a random summer day I am most likely biking around Lake Mendota jamming to my summer playlists and eating an artisan PBJ sandwich.”
Satiya Samlal is from Brooklyn, New York who joined CEETE as a Sophomore in 2018. She’s on a Pre-Veterinarian track majoring in Japanese with intended certificates in Game Design and Leadership. She hopes to create video games that teach people to be emotionally intelligent and socially aware. Though she aspires to be an animal surgeon, she loves making others laugh and playing video games with her friends. In her spare time, she plays with her dog, watches history documentaries, or listens to music.
Roz Stengle is a junior double majoring in Computer Science and Economics and worked with CEETE from 2017-2018. She loves technology and how people interact with it and make decisions. When she’s not reading up on game theory or distributed systems, she’s probably cooking, hiking or watching a SciFi movie and thinking about her future dogs.
Jenny Ye joined CEETE in September of 2016, and has been a Lead Consultant since January of 2018.
She is an senior major in Computer Sciences. She is interested in how technology can bring values in society, so she has also worked as an undergraduate researcher in the Learning Sciences Lab at WCER. As one of the organizers at MadHacks – Wisconsin’s largest hackathon, she spends her time helping other students expand their passion in CS. In her spare time she enjoys playing the keyboard, running, and watching cool videos of Boston Dynamics.