Assistant Dean of Engineering for Undergraduate Education and Associate Professor of Engineering Education
Teri Reed–Rhoads is Assistant Dean of Engineering for Undergraduate Education and Associate Professor in the Department of Engineering Education at Purdue University. In addition, she is director of the institute for P–12 engineering research and learning (INSPIRE). She received her Ph.D. in industrial engineering from Arizona State University. Dr. Reed–Rhoads' teaching interests include engineering statistics, quality engineering and introductory freshman engineering courses. Her research interests include statistics education, concept inventory development, assessment and evaluation of learning and programs, recruitment and retention topics, diversity, equity, and P–12 engineering education outreach. She has received funding from a number of National Science Foundation programs, the Department of Education, various foundations, and industry. She is an active participant in the American Society for Engineering Education, the American Educational Research Association, and the Institute of Electronics and Electrical Engineers as well as being a member of the Institute of Industrial Engineers and the American Statistical Association. Dr. Reed–Rhoads joins our faculty from the University of Oklahoma.