Prof. Shannon Chance is a licensed architect with 18 years of experience teaching three major subjects: architecture (at Virginia Tech and Hampton University, where she was Professor of Architecture), education (at William and Mary University), and engineering (at Dublin Institute of Technology in Ireland where she serves as Lecturer in the School of Multidisciplinary Technologies). Alongside teaching, Shannon earned a PhD in higher education in 2010 and developed a focus on engineering education research through a Fulbright Fellowship and two Marie Skłodowska-Curie research fellowships. She is now completing the second of these, working at University College London's Centre for Engineering Education.
I am a lecturer in the School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering in Dublin Institute of Technology since 2002. Before that I worked in industry as a chemical engineer and control systems engineer. I’m actively engaged in engineering education research and am particularly interested in topics related to spatial ability and problem-based learning.
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