Dr. Amanie Abdelmessih has industrial, teaching, and
research experience. She started her career in the paper
industry, then she taught in several higher education
institutions, finally joining Saint Martin's University in 1997.
Dr. Abdelmessih has performed research at NASA Dryden Flight
Research Center, Marshall Space Flight Research Center, Argonne
National Laboratory, and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
She received numerous awards: 2009 Distinguished Engineering
Educator (Society of Women Engineers), 2005 Academic Engineering
of the year (Puget Sound Engineering Council), 2000 Outstanding
Faculty Award (Monks of Saint Martin's), and five certificates
of recognition from NASA for her research contributions. Dr.
Abdelmessih is a member of five engineering societies, where she
is nationally and internationally active with a couple of these
technical societies. Dr. Abdelmessih has numerous publications
in the areas of: mixed convection, heat exchangers, high
temperature calibrations, refrigeration cycles, thermal energy,
etc... Abdelmessih enjoys being the faculty advisor for the
Saint Martin's Collegiate chapter of the Society of Women