Victoria Serrano is a PhD student in Electrical Engineering at Arizona State University (ASU). She received a Bachelor degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the Technological University of Panama, Panama in 2006 and a Master of Engineering degree in Power Systems from the same university in 2009. Victoria also obtained a Master of Science in Engineering degree in Control Systems from ASU in 2012. Victoria received a Fulbright fellowship to pursue her master’s degree at ASU. She was also awarded with a fellowship by the Panamanian government to continue toward her PhD program. From 2007 to 2009, she worked as an assistant professor at the Technological University of Panama. Her main research focus is on the system identification, adaptation and controller design of electrical systems and robots. She was the Vice-President of the Fulbright International Association at ASU from 2011-2013 and is the current Outreach Director and Vice-President of the Micro Air Vehicle (MAV) Club. Victoria has collaborated with the STEAM program for the last year and recently developed her own curriculum with the Arduino Mobile Robots for Pedagogical Purposes.