Leticia Anaya | Latina/o and Mexican-American Studies

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Leticia Anaya

Senior Lecturer, Engineering Technology Department
(940) 565-2366
Office: 
Discovery Park F115U

Dr. Leticia Anaya, Senior Lecturer, has more than 15 years experience teaching engineering and engineering courses for UNT. She currently teaches both undergraduate engineering courses and graduate level engineering management courses. She is also the co-advisor for the UNT Society of Hispanic Engineers, an organization is that involved in many recruitment and retention activities for UNT. She has extensive experience creating mechanical prototypes for industry and is currently the faculty advisor for the Society of Automotive Engineers at UNT (SAE UNT), an organization that developed the first SAE Formula vehicle that allowed the UNT College of Engineering to compete in an international intercollegiate competition. Other experience consists of engineering and management work in industry, academia, the community and the military. Her research areas are in text data mining and in engineering management topics as applicable to industry.

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