Keya Sadeghipour is currently a Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Bioengineering and serves as the Dean of the College of Engineering since 2003. He is a graduate of Mechanical Engineering from the University of Manchester Institute of Technology, UK which is now the University of Manchester. He has been involved in receiving over $7 M funding from various industrial and government sources and has been the principle author of numerous papers in national/international journals and publications. He is a fellow of the ASME and a PEV for the Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology (ABET) as well as member of several national and international organizations.
David Brookstein is Senior Associate Dean and Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the Temple University College of Engineering. He received his Bachelor of Textile Engineering from Georgia Tech and his Sc.D. in the field Mechanical Engineering from MIT. He is a Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. He is the leading champion of infusing the concept of "Design Thinking" across the undergraduate curriculum at Temple College of Engineering. Prior to joining Temple University in 2014 he was Dean of the School of Engineering and Textiles at Philadelphia University.
Shawn Fagan is the Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Affairs in the College of Engineering at Temple University. He received his Bachelor of Science in Education from The Pennsylvania State University, Master of Sport Administration from Belmont University and Master of Business Administration from Saint Leo University. He is currently pursuing a Doctor of Education in Higher Education at Temple University.
Cory is a teacher and researcher who strives to reduce the harmful effects of energy production and use. Teaching has always been his central passion. He started as a group tutor in college, which led him to his full time career as an Assistant Professor of Instruction at Temple University in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. He employs innovative instructional methods such as problem based learning, flipping the classroom, and teaching through interactive games. His research focuses on the transition to 100% renewable energy and effective engineering instruction using problem based learning, flipped classroom approaches, and design thinking. He spent 8 years at Delaware Technical and Community College in the Energy Management Department as an Instructor and Department Chair before transitioning to his current role at Temple University. When Cory is not educating or researching, he enjoys backpacking, yoga, volleyball, and hiking with his family. More information about Cory can be found at www.bit.ly/corybud.
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