Sheri Sheppard

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Sheri Sheppard has been a Stanford Professor of Mechanical Engineering in the Design division since 1986. Her research focuses on weld fatigue and impact failures, fracture mechanics and applied finite element analysis. Sheri is the Director of the Designing Education Lab and co-director of the Center for Design Research in Stanford's School of Engineering.
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*School of Engineering<br>Stanford University<br>Building 550, Room 119<br>Stanford, CA 94305-2206
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== About  ==
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Sheri is a nationally recognized expert on engineering education. She led a three-year study of engineering education, "Educating Engineers," in the United States at the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. For the last decade, she has been the faculty adviser to the Mechanical Engineering Women's Group at Stanford, which holds an annual seminar series and a welcome program for all female engineers. In 2010, she received the Stanford Gores Award, the university's highest award for excellence in teaching.  
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Sheri Sheppard has been a Stanford Professor of Mechanical Engineering in the Design Group since 1986. Her research focuses on weld fatigue and impact failures, fracture mechanics and applied finite element analysis. Sheri is the Director of the Designing Education Lab and co-director of the Center for Design Research in Stanford's School of Engineering.  
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*Center for Design Research<br>Stanford University<br>424 Panama Mall, #203<br>Stanford, CA 94305-2206
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Sheri is a nationally recognized expert on engineering education. She led a three-year study of engineering education, "Educating Engineers," in the United States at the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. For the last decade, she has been the faculty adviser to the Mechanical Engineering Women's Group at Stanford, which holds an annual seminar series and a welcome program for all female engineers. In 2010, she received the Stanford Gores Award, the university's highest award for excellence in teaching.

Latest revision as of 08:06, 10 July 2013

Sheri Sheppard

Contact

  • School of Engineering
    Stanford University
    Building 550, Room 119
    Stanford, CA 94305-2206
  • sheppard@stanford.edu
  • 650-721-9433

About

Sheri Sheppard has been a Stanford Professor of Mechanical Engineering in the Design Group since 1986. Her research focuses on weld fatigue and impact failures, fracture mechanics and applied finite element analysis. Sheri is the Director of the Designing Education Lab and co-director of the Center for Design Research in Stanford's School of Engineering.


Sheri is a nationally recognized expert on engineering education. She led a three-year study of engineering education, "Educating Engineers," in the United States at the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. For the last decade, she has been the faculty adviser to the Mechanical Engineering Women's Group at Stanford, which holds an annual seminar series and a welcome program for all female engineers. In 2010, she received the Stanford Gores Award, the university's highest award for excellence in teaching.

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