E2C Welcomes REU Students

Two REU students have joined the Engineering Education Collaborative for summer, 2021. Elizabeth (Anne) Kohler is a mechanical engineering student at Michigan Technological University. Emily Buten is a mechanical engineering student at Dayton University. They will be working on a… Read More

Dietz Teaches Intro to Engineering for HS Students

Gretchen Dietz was selected to co-teach “Introduction to Engineering” in June, 2021, for UF’s inaugural Precollege Scholars program. The Precollege Scholars program is a part of the UF Center for Precollegiate Education and Training. The Precollege Scholars program allows upper… Read More

Douglas Named ASEE Fellow

Professor Elliot P. Douglas was named a Fellow of the American Society for Engineering Education. According to ASEE, “The ASEE Board of Directors confers the grade of Fellow Member upon an individual with at least ten years of active membership… Read More

E2C Receives Two NSF Grants

The Engineering Education Collaborative has received two new grants from the National Science Foundation. “The In/authentic Experiences of Black Engineers” will examine the computer and information technology industry. Attrition in these companies is high due to perceptions of unfairness, resulting… Read More

E2C Presentations at ASEE

Members of the Engineering Education Collaborative presented their work at the ASEE Annual Conference in Salt Lake City, June 24-27. Undergraduate student Francesca Dupuy gave a talk on Isolation, Microaggressions, and Racism: Black Engineers in Technology Companies. The full paper can… Read More

Frank Receives PhD

Daniel Frank has successfully completed his PhD. His dissertation, Investigating Culturally-Contextualized Making with the Navajo Nation, used phenomenology to understand the different ways that the Navajo people experience Making. He then used these findings to propose the design of a… Read More

Douglas named Associate Director of IE3

Elliot Douglas has been named Associate Director for Research for the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering Institute for Excellence in Engineering Education. In this role he will promote scholarship in engineering education, and be a resource to HWCOE faculty who are… Read More

Dupuy receives scholarship

Francesca Dupuy has received the Florida Environmental Scholarship from the Department of Environmental Engineering Sciences. This scholarship is in recognition of her academic achievements.