Mary Fitzpatrick, Ph.D., L.P
Director of Diversity Research and Initiatives
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Mary Fitzpatrick is a licensed psychologist, an educational researcher and former engineer. She directs the Diversity Affairs Office, evaluates outcomes for diversity initiatives across the College, and conducts original research in the area of underrepresented individuals and organizational climate in engineering education and the workplace.
Dr. Fitzpatrick holds an undergraduate degree in Biomedical Engineering, a master’s degree in Electrical Engineering and was a practicing engineer for GE Healthcare, Microsoft and other leading companies before earning her doctorate in psychology. In her spare time, Mary enjoys reading, skiing, biking, hiking and paddle boarding with friends and family.
Assistant Director for Undergraduate Student Retention
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Brian Núñez holds a bachelor’s degree in Biology from Coastal Carolina University and a master’s degree in Higher Education Systems from Lewis University. His mission is to support retention of women and underrepresented students in engineering by encouraging educational achievement, personal growth and connection to the many opportunities and resources at UW-Madison.
Mr. Núñez is the scholarship officer and administrator for the LEED (Leadership in Engineering Excellence and Engineering Diversity) Scholars Program for undergraduate students. In addition to his passion for college student success and advocacy, Brian enjoys paddling, playing percussion and attending sporting events in Madison.
Assistant Director of Pre-College and Outreach
Steven Mijajlovic holds a bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Finance from Augustana College, a master’s in Secondary Mathematics Education from Northwestern University, and a Graduate Certificate in STEM Leadership from Michigan State University. Steven has six years of experience teaching integrated mathematics at the high school level in Chicago, IL and has a passion for developing cross-curriculum projects to enhance student learning.
As the Assistant Director of Pre-College and Outreach, Steven is responsible for outreach activities to engage and recruit women, underrepresented students, first generation and low-income students to the College of Engineering, and for directing the Engineering Summer Program.
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Megan Thilmony is a recent UW graduate with a B.S. in Environmental Science. As the Communications Specialist for the DAO, Megan is responsible for print and electronic communications to raise awareness of and engagement with diversity programs for pre-college and undergraduate students in engineering. As a passionate advocate for broadened participation in STEM, Megan enjoys providing support for the DAO and its mission. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking elaborate meals, listening to podcasts, seeing live music, and playing table-top games.