USU Engineering Student Awarded Prestigious Academic Fellowship
USU’s Darcie Christensen is one of 31 engineering students nationwide — and the only person in Utah — to receive a 2018–19 Tau Beta Pi Honor Society academic fellowship.
Engineering Tutor Center, Student Spaces Undergo Major Renovation
The cramped engineering tutor center is a thing of the past. This summer, the College of Engineering renovated a large portion of the Anderson Engineering Building to accommodate a new tutor center.
V. Dean Adams Retires from USU’s College of Engineering
Students, faculty and staff members at Utah State University extend their heartfelt congratulations and farewell to Dr. V. Dean Adams who last month officially retired from his role as Executive Associate Dean of the College of Engineering.
USU College of Engineering Lights up Salt Palace at Education Conference
Utah State University was center stage at the Salt Palace Convention Center earlier this week during a major event for engineering education.
EED Student Wins Award for Paper
Theresa Green, a doctoral student in the Department of Engineering Education Department at Utah State University (USU), was recently honored with the Best Paper Award at the 2018 Illinois-Indiana Section Conference of the American Society of Engineering E...
Utah State University Names New Engineering Dean
Longtime Utah State University professor and administrator Jagath Kaluarachchi has been selected as the new dean of USU’s College of Engineering.
College Recognizes Outstanding Engineering Researchers
The College of Engineering on Thursday recognized eight outstanding student and faculty researchers as part of USU’s 2018 Research Week.
Aggie Engineers Receive NSF Graduate Research Fellowships
A Utah State University College of Engineering student will receive the prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Award.
USU Engineering Faculty Partners with National Federation of the Blind to Develop Non-Visual Teaching Methods
A researcher at Utah State University is developing non-visual techniques to teach the fundamentals of engineering to students who are blind or low vision.
Upending Assumptions in Engineering Education
It doesn’t make Idalis Villanueva uncomfortable to confront assumptions. It's her mission to challenge unquestioned beliefs and conventions that a growing number of educators say are obsolete in 21st century engineering classrooms.
The Motivation Behind STEM
Engineering education researchers explore what draws students to technical majors
College Welcomes Newest Engineering Faculty
The College of Engineering welcomes 11 new faculty
How to Engage Students Both Inside and Outside the Classroom
S-STEM teaching seminar offers a variety of techniques to engage students in active learning
Defining Engineering: USU Researcher Tackles a Profession’s Identity Crisis
Dr. Idalis Villanueva publishes new findings in prestigious education journal
Faculty Promotions 2017
USU College of Engineering faculty promotions 2017
USU Engineering Faculty Receives Prestigious NSF CAREER Grant
Dr. Idalis Villanueva wins research grant to study effects of 'hidden curricula'
USU Classroom Outfitted for Student Stress Research
Measuring the triggers and effects of student academic stress
New Visiting Scholar
Professor Jacek Uziak is currently a visiting scholar in the Department of Engineering Education at the Utah State University. He is helping the Department in the design of the Graduate Certificate in Engineering Education to be offered as an online progr...
I'm Not What You Think I Am
Engineering Education Alumna Leads New Research into Stereotype Threat.
Dr. Wade Goodridge Elected As CUR National Engineering Councilor
Dr. Wade Goodridge has just been elected as a national engineering councilor for the Council of Undergraduate Research (CUR). CUR is the administering organization for the National Conferences on Undergraduate Research (NCUR). NCUR is a national confere
Dr. Idalis Villanueva Highlighted in Utah State University's Undergaduate Teaching Fellow's blog
Dr. Idalis Villanueva is a professor in the College of Engineering at Utah State University. She is a faculty mentor for the UTF program. Below, she describes her experience with the UTF program and why she believes it is helping students elevate their ed...
Student from REU project wins presentation at Emerging Researchers National Conference
A student from last year's REU project, Bethany Fronhofer, attended the 2016 Emerging Researchers National (ERN) Conference speaking about the work that she did along with Sarah Schott in Dr. Idalis Villanueva's lab. Bethany's presentation won first pla
Undergraduate Research Assistant wins a EURP award
Jorge Espinoza, an undergraduate research assistant working with Dr. Idalis Villanueva in Engineering Education has been awarded a College of Engineering Undergraduate Research Program (EURP) award for the 2016-2017 academic year to conduct research in de...
Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Fellow for the College of Engineering 2015-16
Jose Campos has earned the 2015 - 2016 Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Fellow (UTF) for the College of Engineering.
Thinking Like a Pro: How Experts and Novices Solve Problems Differently
Engineering education experts at Utah State University are narrowing in on new insights into why young engineering students drop out of their programs or change majors
Undergraduate Research Assistant to Present
Steven Wood, an undergraduate research assistant working with Dr. Wade Goodridge in Engineering Education has been accepted to present research at this year's upcoming Utah Conference on Undergraduate Research (UCUR) located at the University of Utah on F...
Undergraduate Research Assistant Receives EURP
Steven Wood, an undergraduate research assistant working with Dr. Wade Goodridge in Engineering Education has been awarded an EURP for this coming year to engage in research in spatial thinking.
Cracking the Egg on Spatial Cognition
White House Favorites EED Faculty on Twitter
USU Engineering Education Assistant Professor, Dr. Idalis Villanueva, was recently featured in a Tweet that was favorited by the White House Hispanic Education Department (@WhiteHouseHispanicEd). Click for more info.
Just the Facts: A Fresh Look at Undergraduate Engineering Retention
Engineering education researchers are identifying the road blocks that keep some students from reaching their academic goals
REU Site Program
This ten-week summer program provides undergraduate students in a science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) discipline with intensive experience in engineering education research, such as how learners’ experience, background, and perception