GE1501 Cornerstone of Engineering 1 (Instructor)

First Year Engineering, Northeastern University

Fall 2021

New engineering students across disciplinary interests build problem solving, systems thinking, communication, teamwork, and other professional skills through topics such as engineering design, graphics, programming, electronics, and ethics. The course includes an authentic engineering project component and instructors theme their sections of Cornerstone to situate these projects. This year, my theme is “communicating across boundaries.”

CEGE0048 Integrated Design Project (Instructor/Coordinator)

Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering, University College London

Fall/Spring 2019 – 2021

The Integrated Design Project (IDP) is an opportunity for students to work in teams on the design of a major civil engineering project. In this multi-term capstone experience, MEng and MSc students formulate open-ended engineering problems and design feasible solutions with support from industry and academics.

BARC0131 Design Practice 1 (Co-instructor)

Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London

Fall/Spring 2020 – 2021

Second-year students in the combined engineering-architectural program take this course as the first of a studio-based series in which they engage in open-ended design projects.

CEGE0003 Civil Engineering Design (Deputy Instructor)

Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering, University College London

Fall 2019

This course introduces first-year civil engineering students to design through a series of realistic projects. 

ENGE1216 Foundations of Engineering (TA)

Department of Engineering Education, Virginia Tech

Fall 2017

The main topics of this course include engineering design, mathematical modeling, contemporary software tools, and professional practices and expectations (e.g., communication, teamwork, ethics). Unique for this section, first-year students engage in a service-learning project with a local museum educator. 

ENGE2984 Create! Ideation for Innovation (TA)

Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology, Virginia Tech

Fall 2016

Co-facilitators work with students through the process of creative inquiry, design, and collaboration to explore the nexus of the arts, science, and design. Through activities and discussions, students build an understanding of the ties between multiple disciplines. 

GE1000 Introduction to the Study of Engineering (TA)

College of Engineering, Northeastern University

Fall 2014

This course presents first-year engineering students with an introduction to the various disciplines of engineering as well as strategies for success in the classroom, within the profession, and within the University community.

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