I hope your spring term is off to a good start. I’m writing because I have funding available to support a graduate student who is interested in pursuing an MS/PhD in Engineering Education.
Between my colleagues in the Experiential Engineering Education department and I, we have funding for five graduate students to start in Fall 2023/Spring 2024. The project that I have funding for involves implementing and evaluating an intervention to support low-income engineering students via a living-learning community and a leadership development program. More information is available at the NSF site: https://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward?AWD_ID=2221511&HistoricalAwards=false
Details regarding the Experiential Engineering Education graduate program are available here: https://engineering.rowan.edu/programs/exeed/graduate/ . Our department and program are relatively new and have been intentionally created to provide a supportive and enriching community for students and faculty.
If you do know of anyone who might be interested, if you could send them my way, I would be very appreciative.
Thanks so much!
Kaitlin Mallouk, PhD (she/her/hers)
Associate Professor and Undergraduate Program Coordinator
Experiential Engineering Education
2022-2023 Provost Fellow for Faculty Development
Engineering Hall 233
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