Professor Rhonda Franklin featured in EE Times

McKnight Presidential Endowed Professor Rhonda Franklin was recently featured in an article in EE Times. Titled, "Doing good in the world inspires  EE professor," the article highlights Franklin's service and research contributions to her areas of expertise, radio frequency and microwave applications. 

Franklin's sustained engagement in mentoring efforts, many of which have been led by her, touch several key points: inspire and support women in the microwave area and engineering in general; mentor graduate and undergraduate students from underrepresented groups in science and engineering programs; introduce high school students to career pathways in biomedicine (via the University's Institute for Engineering in Medicine) and connect women and minorities in graduate school to the electrical engineering profession and industry via Project Connect. 

The EE Times articles authored by Ilene Wolff also highlights Franklin's research and collaborative work. Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Erwin A. Kelen Professor in Electrical Engineering Beth Stadler shares her experience collaborating with Franklin and the projects they are working on. 

Learn more in the EE Times article by Ilene Wolff.