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Member-at-Large
Agnieszka Miguel
Seattle University

Agnieszka Miguel received her Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering in 2001 from the University of Washington, and MSEE and BSEE from Florida Atlantic University in 1996 and 1994. Dr. Miguel’s research interests involve image processing, pattern recognition, machine learning, wavelets, and image and video compression. She is passionate about active learning and strategies to improve electrical and computer engineering education, as well as increasing the number of women in engineering. She is a PI on an NSF S-STEM ECE Scholars grant, which provides scholarships and academic support to financially needy and academically strong transfer students. Dr. Miguel’s teaching interests include MATLAB, circuits, linear systems, signal processing, digital image processing, and data compression. She is a member of the IEEE, ASEE, SWE, and Tau Beta Pi.  

Currently, Dr. Miguel is the ASEE Pacific Northwest Section Chair and the Chair of the ASEE Professional Interest Council I, a position that gives her a seat on the ASEE Board of Directors.  Dr. Miguel has held several other officer positions across the ASEE including: ASEE Campus Representative, and Division Chair and Program Chair of the Electrical and Computer Engineering and New Engineering Educators Divisions. 


 
 


 
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