Gracie Judge

Doctoral student
Electrical & Computer Engineering
Anticipated Graduation: May 2026

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Gracie Judge


Research Area: ECE Education Research & Power and Energy/Energy and Environment
Advisor: Prof. Cynthia Finelli

Research Project: Gracie is most interested in energy equity, power system modeling, and ECE Education. She is exploring how we can create innovative course materials for ECE classes. She hopes to explore how specific example problems and projects can influence students’ sense of social responsibility.


  • B.S. Electrical Engineering, University of Virginia


  • American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE)
  • Graduate Society for Women Engineers (GradSWE)
  • Graduate Student Advisory Committee
  • ECE Graduate Student Council


  • Working out
  • Exploring local coffee shops
  • Camping

Gracie says

“I have really appreciated the flexibility offered at the University of Michigan. U-M ECE has allowed me to explore electrical power systems in my course work while also researching the effects of educational interventions. My research is interdisciplinary and I love that U-M has experts in all fields (also outside of engineering) that I can learn from.”