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Elizabeth Starkey

Assistant Teaching Professor

Affiliation(s):

  • School of Engineering Design, Technology and Professional Programs
  • Engineering Design

213Q Hammond Building

ems413@psu.edu

813-865-2925

Research Areas:

Engineering Design

 
 

 

Education

  • BS, Computer Engineering and Applied Mathematics, 2012
  • Ph D, Industrial Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University, 2018

Publications

Journal Articles

  • Elizabeth Starkey, Samuel T Hunter and Scarlett Rae Miller, 2019, "Are creativity and self-efficacy at odds? an exploration in variations of product dissection in engineering education", Journal of Mechanical Design, Transactions of the ASME, 141, (1)
  • Elizabeth Starkey, Jessica Menold and Scarlett Rae Miller, 2019, "When Are Designers Willing to Take Risks? How Concept Creativity and Prototype Fidelity Influence Perceived Risk", Journal of Mechanical Design, Transactions of the ASME, 141, (3)
  • Elizabeth Starkey, A.S. McKay, Samuel T Hunter and Scarlett Rae Miller, 2018, "Piecing together product dissection: How dissection conditions impact student conceptual understanding and cognitive load", Journal of Mechanical Design, Transactions of the ASME, 140, (5)
  • Elizabeth Starkey, C.A. Toh and Scarlett Rae Miller, 2016, "Abandoning creativity: The evolution of creative ideas in engineering design course projects", Design Studies, 47

Conference Proceedings

  • Elizabeth Starkey, Scarlett Rae Miller and Samuel T Hunter, 2019, "Deploying virtual product dissection lesson modules in introductory engineering classrooms: A research driven approach"
  • C. Riegel, Elizabeth Starkey, Samuel T Hunter and Scarlett Rae Miller, 2019, "Do students want to dissect?: A survey of student opinions on the use of product dissection in the classroom", 3
  • K.G. Kearney, Elizabeth Starkey and Scarlett Rae Miller, 2019, "Leveraging animations to enhance learning through virtual product dissection", 3
  • Elizabeth Starkey, M.A. Alzayed, Samuel T Hunter and Scarlett Rae Miller, 2018, "Confidently exploring the solution space: The within-subject effects of product dissection on design variety and creative self-efficacy", 3
  • Elizabeth Starkey, W. Zeng and Scarlett Rae Miller, 2018, "Fixated on fixation? An exploration of the benefits and deficits of design "Fixation" in engineering design", 7
  • Elizabeth Starkey, Jessica Menold and Scarlett Rae Miller, 2018, "When are designers willing to take risks? How concept creativity and prototype fidelity influence perceived risk", 7
  • Elizabeth Starkey, C. Spencer, K. Lesniak, Conrad S Tucker and Scarlett Rae Miller, 2017, "Do technological advancements lead to learning enhancements? an exploration in virtual product dissection", 3
  • C.A. Toh, Elizabeth Starkey, C.S. Tucker and Scarlett Rae Miller, 2017, "Mining for creativity: Determining the creativity of ideas through data mining techniques", 7
  • Elizabeth Starkey, A.S. McKay, Samuel T Hunter and Scarlett Rae Miller, 2016, "Let's get physical? The impact of dissection modality on engineering student design learning", 3
  • Elizabeth Starkey, C.A. Gosnell and Scarlett Rae Miller, 2015, "Implementing creativity evaluation tools into the concept selection process in engineering education", 3

Research Projects

Honors and Awards

Service

Service to Penn State:

Service to External Organizations:

  • Organizing Conferences and Service on Conference Committees, Secretary, Design Education Committee, August 2018
 


 

About

The School of Engineering Design, Technology, and Professional Programs (SEDTAPP) delivers effective engineering education and unrivaled research opportunities through active, collaborative, project-based, and professionally oriented classroom experiences. SEDTAPP offers a variety of programs that partner faculty, students, and industry in the study of real-life engineering problems. Our programs teach students to solve real-life problems with innovative solutions. 

School of Engineering Design, Technology, and Professional Programs

213 Hammond Building

The Pennsylvania State University

University Park, PA 16802

Phone: 814-865-2952