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Dr. Pamela McCauley
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Pamela McCauley, Ph.D.,C.P.E.

Engineer, Educator & Entrepreneur Professor Pamela McCauley is a nationally recognized speaker, entrepreneur, author and tenured Professor in the Department of Industrial Engineering and Management Systems at the University of Central Florida where she leads the Human Factors in Disaster Management Research Team.

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Dr. Pamela McCauley

MORE Magazine Feb 2016

When McCauley gave birth to a daughter at 15, she was told by a public assistance/welfare counselor that she was fated to be “just another statistic.” But by age 29 she had earned her Ph.D. in engineering – the first African-American woman to do so in the state of Oklahoma. Having taught aeronautics and astronautics at the Massachusetts Institute of technology, she is now a tenured professor and biomechanics and ergonomics expert at the University of Central Florida. According to the National Science Foundation, of the 9,489 doctorates awarded in engineering in 2013, only 0.7% went to African-American women – leading McCauley to joke that she did become a statistic after all.

Dr. McCauley awarded prestigious Jefferson Science Fellowship


Dr. Pamela McCauley, Professor in the Department of Industrial Engineering and Management Systems at the University of Central Florida, has been awarded a Jefferson Science Fellowship with the U.S. State Department for the 2015-2016 term. The Jefferson Science Fellowship program serves as an innovative model for engaging the American academic science and engineering communities in U.S. foreign policy.  Read More …..

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