E. SARAH SLAUGHTER
|Ph.D.|| Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Multi-disciplinary doctorate,
Departmentof Civil Engineering and Department of Management Science, 1991.
"Rapid" Innovation and Integration of Components: Comparison of User and Manufacturer Innovations Through a Study of Residential Construction.
|S.M.|| Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Technology and Policy Program, Department
of Civil Engineering, 1987.
A Strategy for Technology Transfer with an Example Application of the Water Resources Industry.
|S.B.|| Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Departments of Civil Engineering
and Anthropology, 1982.
The Training and Socialization of MIT Undergraduates.
|1995 to Present||Assistant Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.|
|1991 to 1995||Assistant Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Lehigh University.|
|1991 to 1996||Faculty Associate, Center for Advanced Technology for Large Structural Systems (ATLSS), Lehigh University.|
|1993 to 1995||Faculty Associate, Management of Technology Program, College of Management and Economics, Lehigh University.|
Construction engineering and management;
Building system design and construction;
Computer-aided process simulation of construction activities.
|1997 to Present||Techint Construction Company, Buenos Aires, Argentina|
|1994||U.S. Department of Commerce. Evaluation of proposals for Advanced Technology Program (ATP) in NIST.|
|1989||Arthur D. Little, Formation of the technology transfer activities at the National Center for Manufacturing Sciences.|
|1996 to 1998||Recipient, Gilbert Winslow Career Development Chair, MIT|
|1995 to 1999||CAREER program award, National Science Foundation (replaces Young Investigator Award).|
|1988 to 1991||Fellowship, Program for Advanced Construction Technology, Center for Construction Research and Education, Department of Civil Engineering, MIT.|
|1980||McCormack Award, MIT.|