A short article that responds to two frequently asked questions: "Is there a meaningful way to evaluate teaching?". And "How can staunchly traditional professors be persuaded to use proven but non-traditional teaching...
A cell happens to be the smallest unit of life, but there's a tremendous amount of activity going on within this very fascinating place. The talented people at the National Science Foundation (NSF) are well aware of...
An article which originally appeared in the International Journal of Engineering Education describing the NSF-sponsored Southeastern University and College Coalition for Engineering Education (SUCCEED) faculty...
This article, originally published in the Journal of Faculty Development, outlines techniques for involving engineering professors in faculty development programs and for making the programs effective. The article...
Historically, commercial market trends trickle down into engineering program curricula. In the computing systems marketplace, customers are demanding ever more complex features as computing systems become more capable...
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