Engineering Education Research Briefs with Dr. Ruth Streveler
The Engineering Education Research Briefs podcast aims to expand the boundaries of engineering education research by exploring new frameworks, new methods, and new findings with the researchers who created them.
Episode 37: Dr. Jason Morphew
When is seeing not believing?
Episode 36: Dr. Jiabin [Emily] Zhu
What are the benefits and challenges of doing research in more than one cultural context?
Episode 35: Drs. Marie Paretti and Shane Brown
What's it like to create a new research journal?
Episode 34: Chanel Beebe
Thriving Across Boundaries Part II
Episode 33: Chanel Beebe
Thriving Across Boundaries Part I
Episode 32: Dr. Kerrie Douglas
How can we support all students, during and after the pandemic?
Episode 31: Drs. Natasha Perova-Mello and Nicole Pitterson
Thought leaders in online learning
Episode 30: Dr. Ruth Wertz
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.
Episode 29: BONUS Dr. James Holly, Jr.
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.”
Episode 28: Dr. James Holly, Jr.
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.
BONUS Summer Episodes: E16 with Rohit Kandakalta, E17 with Genisson Coutinho, and E18 with Juan Ortega Alvarez