Teaching

Engineering is often defined as a technical process whereby mathematics and science are applied to solve complex, real-world problems. However, the manifestation of engineering (i.e., its outcomes) are used and consumed by people, meaning that engineering is inherently a sociotechnical process. As a student in my classes, you’ll complete various assignments and projects that will introduce and reinforce this concept, and you’ll graduate with an ability to apply the engineering design process to produce solutions that take various global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors into account.

I’ve published some of my instructional materials at my profile on Engineering Unleashed. You can also check out JMU Engineering ePortfolios showcasing student work from some of my class offerings in ENGR 112, ENGR 212, ENGR 314, ENGR 431, and ENGR 450.

Structural Analysis Truss Bridge (Fa19)

Course Instructor

  • ENGR 212 @ JMU | Statics and Dynamics | Spring ’19-’21
  • ENGR 431 @ JMU | Engineering Design V | Fall ’18, and ’20
  • ENGR 498 @ JMU | Structural Analysis | Fall ’19-’20
  • ENGR 112 @ JMU | Engineering Decisions | Spring ’19-’20
  • ENGR 314 @ JMU | Materials and Mechanics | Fall ’19
  • ENGR 280 @ JMU | Bridge over Mossy Creek | Spring ’19
  • ENGR 3305 @ Angelo | Probability and Risk in Engineering | Spring ’17-’18
  • CENG 3362 @ Angelo | Structural Analysis II | Spring ’18
  • CENG 3331 @ Angelo | Civil Construction Materials | Fall ’16-’17
  • CENG 3361 @ Angelo | Structural Analysis I | Fall ’17 and Spring ’17
  • CENG 4091 @ Angelo | Supplemental Mechanics of Materials | Fall ’16
  • CENG 4091 @ Angelo | Supplemental Engineering Mechanics – Dynamics | Fall ’16

Course Instructor Assistant

  • CEE 300 @ Illinois | Behavior of Materials | Spring ’16
  • CEE 507 @ Illinois | Repair of Civil Infrastructure | Fall ’15
  • CEE 201 @ Illinois | Engineering Systems and Economics | Fall ’12-’13

Laboratory Teaching Assistant

  • CEE 300 @ Illinois | Behavior of Materials | Spring ’12 and Fall ’11

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