Keynote Speakers

Donna Riley

Donna Riley

Donna Riley is Dean of Engineering at the University of New Mexico.

She is vice president of scholarship for the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) since 2023 and was program director for engineering education at the NSF (2013-15).

Donna’s work focuses on ethics and social analysis in training engineers. 

She is the author of Engineering and Social Justice (2008), she is the recipient of the 2012 Sterling Olmsted Award from ASEE, and the 2010 Educator of the Year award from Out to Innovate.

Johanna Lonngren

Johanna Lönngren

As an associate professor in Science and Engineering Education at Umeå University, starting 2020, Johanna Lönngren brought together, coordinated and led a team of researchers from across the globe to scope out the field of emotions in engineering education research, and to show how emotion could be better understood, theorised and researched in the field.

The result is a new community of engaged scholars who together developed – and continue to develop – a series of publications, seminars and events that are profoundly changing the conversation on engineering education, scoping out new ways of doing and being in engineering education research and practice.

Margarita Boenig Liptsin

Margarita Boenig-Liptsin

Assistant Professor of Ethics, Technology and Society at ETH Zurich, Margarita Boenig-Liptsin completed a Ph.D. in History of Science at Harvard University with a concurrent degree in Philosophy from the Sorbonne.

“Data-driven technologies challenge the fundamental assumptions upon which our societies are built,”  she explains.

“In this time of rapid social and technological change, concepts like agency,’ ‘justice,’ and ‘representation’ are reconstituted, with real consequences for how people live”.

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