Dr. Pamela McCauley is an internationally recognized industrial engineering researcher. She is an award-winning educator on a mission to empower others to succeed in STEM and is currently the associate dean for academic programs at the Wilson College of Textiles at North Carolina State University.
"There is a need for talented and innovative students in the
profession of engineering as eloquently explained in Dr. Pamela
McCauley's book. If you are a teen who likes to solve problems or
add solutions to our world, this book is appropriate for you."
--Ronald W. Holmes, Ph.D., President & Publisher, The Holmes
"This book is a comprehensive resource and handbook that elevates the understanding of engineering to go beyond math and science skills, focusing on imagination and creativity for innovative problem-solving! Dr. McCauley connects engineering to social consciousness and justice, inspiring teens to create a safer, healthier, and more equitable world." --Bonnie J. Walker, M.A., Director of Equity and Inclusion at Worcester Academy
"This book is fantastic! Dr. McCauley is passionate about inspiring the next generation of engineers and students in STEM. This book provides background on engineering, great role models, and examples to encourage students who desire to or are considering an engineering career. It also provides a helpful quiz to help students discover which discipline may be the best fit for them. I recommend this book for aspiring engineers and anyone who desires to better understand engineering and its positive impacts on our world!" --T. M. Alexander, Ph.D., Engineer