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Research Assistant, Civil and Environmental Engineering
BioLucy Zhang Bencharit is a doctoral candidate in Affective Science in the Department of Psychology. Lucy completed her B.A. and M.A. in psychology at New York University. Her research focuses on how to leverage cultural values around emotion to promote positive outcomes in employment, work, and classroom settings. Specifically, she examines how individuals from Western cultural contexts, which value excitement, and East Asian cultural contexts, which value calm, express themselves and are perceived by others in work and classroom settings.
Faculty Affairs and Staffing Manager, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Current Role at StanfordLisa manages the recruitment, appointment and promotion of the CEE professorate and adjunct faculty. She coordinates all aspects of the hiring, onboarding and training of administrative and research staff, and the hiring and administrative oversight of student workers and temporary staff. She manages the department communications and serves as subject matter expert for hiring, visa processing, visitor appointments and other internal departmental process.
Ph.D. Student in Civil and Environmental Engineering, admitted Autumn 2020
Masters Student in Civil and Environmental Engineering, admitted Autumn 2019
Stanford Student Employee, Civil and Environmental Engineering
BioKate Borden is an MS candidate in Environmental Engineering with a focus in Modeling and Simulation. She obtained her B.S. in Mathematics and Arab Studies at UNC-Chapel Hill in 2015. Before her time at Stanford, she worked in Washington D.C. doing quantitative risk modeling and management consulting for federal clients such as the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the U.S. Coast Guard, and the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration. At Stanford, Kate is interested in leveraging remote sensing technologies and data science to improve drinking water delivery infrastructure for underserved groups. She's immensely enjoyed working on the IoT Approaches to Rural Water Infrastructure Maintenance in Uganda project with the Davis group. In addition to working with the Poop Group, Kate has also worked with with Stanford’s innovative the Codiga Resource Recovery Center and is currently Stanford ASCE's Corporate Relations & Professional Development co-chair.