Cindy Finelli named David C. Munson, Jr. Collegiate Professor of Engineering
Finelli is a trailblazer and leader in the area of Engineering Education Research (EER).
Congratulations to Cindy Finelli on being named the David C. Munson, Jr. Collegiate Professor of Engineering in recognition of her outstanding contributions in the areas of research, education, and leadership! Continue Reading »
Synergies, Not Silos: Why Isolated Initiatives Won’t Disrupt the Status Quo
By Becky Wai-Ling Packard, Ph.D., Joi-Lynn Mondisa, Ph.D., and Beronda L. Montgomery, Ph.D.
In this blog post, Drs. Packard, Mondisa, and Montgomery introduce and discuss their STEM Mentoring Ecosystems (STEM-ME) framework. This framework argues that “to elevate the impact and outcomes of mentoring, efforts Continue Reading »
Engineering education research (EER) is about more than just making better teachers and improving how students learn technical skills, says Cindy Finelli, director of the University of Michigan’s EER program. It’s
Sarah Jane Bork Successfully Defends Her Dissertation
Please join us in congratulating Dr. Sarah Jane Bork for successfully defending her EER Dissertation: “Examining Factors Related to Engineering Graduate Students’ Mental Health Experiences.” What an exciting achievement!!!
Laura Carroll, EER’s First Doctoral Student, Successfully Defends Her Dissertation
Please join us in congratulating Dr. Laura Carroll for successfully defending her EER Dissertation: “The Academic Success of College Students with ADHD: The First Year.” What an exciting achievement!!!
Funding supports the development and study of macroethics curricula in aerospace engineering
Engineering education requires more than technical knowledge for engineers to develop solutions to the world’s greatest problems. New funding from the National Science Foundation for research by Aerospace Assistant Professor Aaron Continue Reading »