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An increasing number of engineers, prepared to meet the challenges of ever-fluctuating changes in technology, are required worldwide. This program is rising to meet the challenge by training the future leaders responsible for designing engineering course pedagogy, curriculum, and leveraged research to improve learning outcomes. Our research-active faculty members are adept at teaching and developing in our graduate students the skills and expertise identified in our mission statement.
- Stacie Gregory Receives Martin Luther King Fellowship
- Stacie Gregory has been awarded the prestigious Martin Luther King Fellowship for the 2013-2014 academic year. Only two USU graduate students are selected each year to receive this award. Stacie will be working with Dr. Kurt Becker on her dissertation topic. Congratulations Stacie!
- EED Students Recieve Dissertation Fellowships
- Two outstanding Engineering Education Ph.D. students Ting Song and Harry Santoso, have been awarded the Dissertation Fellowship for the 2013-14 academic year. This award is given by the Office of Research and Graduate Studies and the recipients are selected on a competitive basis. There are only ten awards each year. The Dissertation Fellowship provides a doctoral student with additional time to draft and revise their dissertation. Both are excellent students and this award will really help them complete their Doctorate degrees.
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