CoE researchers awarded Miller Faculty Fellowship

Three College of Engineering researchers have been granted funding to study the use of augmented reality applications when teaching structural analysis. An Chen (assistant professor in civil, construction, and environmental engineering [CCEE]) Rafael Radkowski (assistant professor in mechanical engineering) and Aliye Karabulut-Ilgu (lecturer in CCEE) were awarded a Miller Faculty Fellowship for their proposal entitled “Exploring the potential of augmented reality … Continue reading CoE researchers awarded Miller Faculty Fellowship

Flipped classroom video pre-lab project comes to MSE department

Facing overcrowded labs and enrollment growth, Larry Genalo and Michelle Grawe knew something needed to change. The overcrowding led to an “overlapping of sections and multiple classes using the same space at the same time,” said Grawe, the teaching laboratory coordinator for materials science and engineering. “It was hard to manage, and not as safe … Continue reading Flipped classroom video pre-lab project comes to MSE department

Five Miller fellowships awarded for 2015-16

Written by Anne Krapfl Five faculty proposals to develop new approaches for teaching undergraduate courses will share $56,000 in available funds for 2015-16, the 19th year of the Miller Faculty Fellowship program. Senior vice president and provost Jonathan Wickert endorsed the recommendations of the Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT) advisory board, which … Continue reading Five Miller fellowships awarded for 2015-16