Engineering Education Research Briefs
Thriving Across Boundaries - Part I

Thriving Across Boundaries - Part I

April 12, 2021

Chanel Beebe is an artist, writer, social entrepreneur, engineer, and Doctoral Candidate in the School Engineering Education at Purdue. Join us as she shares her journey existing and thriving in various areas of expertise and how she uncovers her contributions to Engineering Education and beyond!

This episode was hosted by Dr. Ruth Streveler, produced by the School of Engineering Education at Purdue, and features music composed by Patrick Vogt.

How can we support all students, during and after the pandemic?

How can we support all students, during and after the pandemic?

March 1, 2021

Dr. Kerrie Douglas, Assistant Professor of Engineering Education at Purdue shares research that has helped her answer the question, "how can we support all students, during and after the pandemic?" 

This episode is hosted by Dr. Ruth Streveler, produced by the School of Engineering Education at Purdue, and features music composed by Patrick Vogt.

Thought Leaders in Online Learning: Drs. Natasha Perova-Mello and Nicole Pitterson

Thought Leaders in Online Learning: Drs. Natasha Perova-Mello and Nicole Pitterson

February 1, 2021

Learn about a new podcast featuring thought leaders in online learning. Dr. Ruth Streveler interviews Dr. Natasha Perova-Mello, STEM Learning Consulting, LLC, and Dr. Nicole Pitterson, Assistant Professor at Virginia Tech about their new podcast, Reflective Teaching in a Digital Age.

 

This episode was produced by the School of Engineering Education at Purdue, and features music composed by Patrick Vogt.

Exploring the design of online instruction to support and engage learners with Dr. Ruth Wertz

Exploring the design of online instruction to support and engage learners with Dr. Ruth Wertz

December 6, 2020

How do you design online instruction to support and engage a community of learners? To explore this question, Dr. Ruth Streveler interviews Dr. Ruth Wertz (ENE PhD '14),  Assistant Professor of General Engineering at Valparaiso University in Valparaiso Indiana.

This episode was hosted by Dr. Ruth Streveler, produced by the School of Engineering Education at Purdue, and features music composed by Patrick Vogt.

BONUS: Dr. James Holly, Jr. on his dissertation “A Critical Autoethnography of Teaching Engineering to Black Boys as a Black Man.”

BONUS: Dr. James Holly, Jr. on his dissertation “A Critical Autoethnography of Teaching Engineering to Black Boys as a Black Man.”

September 28, 2020

This is an encore presentation of the 2018 interview with Dr. James Holly, Jr. James discusses his use of critical autoethnography in his dissertation, “A Critical Autoethnography of Teaching Engineering to Black Boys as a Black Man.”

 This episode was hosted by Dr. Ruth Streveler, produced by the School of Engineering Education at Purdue, and features music composed by Patrick Vogt.

What does it mean to be an anti-racist engineering education researcher? with Dr. James Holly, Jr.

What does it mean to be an anti-racist engineering education researcher? with Dr. James Holly, Jr.

September 28, 2020

What does it mean to be an anti-racist engineering education researcher? To help us think about that question, Dr. Ruth Streveler interviews Dr. James Holly, Jr., Assistant Professor of Urban Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Education at Wayne State University in Detroit MI.

This episode was hosted by Dr. Ruth Streveler, produced by the School of Engineering Education at Purdue, and features music composed by Patrick Vogt.

Dr. Justin Hess, How is empathy and engineering connected?

Dr. Justin Hess, How is empathy and engineering connected?

July 13, 2020

How are empathy and engineering connected? On this Episode of the Research Briefs Podcast, Dr. Ruth Streveler interviews Dr. Justin Hess, Assistant Professor in the School of Engineering Education at Purdue. Justin discusses a 4-part model of empathy he has developed.

This episode is produced by the School of Engineering Education at Purdue and features music composed by Patrick Vogt.

Dr. Jeremi London’s “Research’s Impact in Society and Education”

Dr. Jeremi London’s “Research’s Impact in Society and Education”

June 3, 2020

How do we know if our research matters? On this Episode of the Research Briefs Podcast, Dr. Ruth Streveler interviews Dr. Jeremi London, Assistant Professor in the Department of Engineering Education at Virginia Tech. Jeremi discusses Research’s Impact in Society and Education.

This episode is produced by the School of Engineering Education at Purdue and features music composed by Patrick Vogt.

Dr. Julie Martin’s Research to Promote Diversity and Inclusion in Engineering

Dr. Julie Martin’s Research to Promote Diversity and Inclusion in Engineering

May 4, 2020

Dr. Ruth Streveler interviews Dr. Julie Martin, Associate Professor of Engineering Education at the Ohio State University who discusses her research to promote diversity and inclusion in engineering.

The Engineering Education Research Briefs podcast is produced by the School of Engineering Education at Purdue and features music composed by Patrick Vogt.

Grant Proposal Advice from Dr. Julie Martin, The Ohio State University and Former NSF Program Officer

Grant Proposal Advice from Dr. Julie Martin, The Ohio State University and Former NSF Program Officer

March 8, 2020

Dr. Ruth Streveler interviews Dr. Julie Martin, Associate Professor of Engineering Education at the Ohio State University. She discusses her time as a Program Officer at the National Science Foundation and provides advice on how to write competitive research grant proposals.

The Engineering Education Research Briefs podcast is produced by the School of Engineering Education at Purdue and features music composed by Patrick Vogt.

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