Oje Adurangba Victor is a graduate student at the University of Georgia, focusing on engineering education research. He is affiliated with the Engineering Education Transformation Institute and the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the university. His research interest spans across developing and validating concept inventories in fostering conceptual understanding, design-based principles in multimedia and virtual environments. His research work with the faculty includes the role of learning strategies and student engagement in fostering conceptual understanding, academic resiliency as a psychological tool for improving student learning and engagement. He is also interested in systematic reviews, meta-analysis and measurement inventories development.
Nathaniel Hunsu is an assistant professor of Engineering Education. He is affiliated with the Engineering Education Transformational Institute and the school of electrical and computer engineering at the university. His interest is at the nexus of the research of epistemologies, learning mechanics and assessment of learning in engineering education. His research focuses on learning for conceptual understanding, and the roles of learning strategies, epistemic cognition and student engagements in fostering conceptual understanding. His research also focuses on understanding how students interact with learning tasks and their learning environment. His expertise also includes systematic reviews and meta-analysis, quantitative research designs, measurement inventories development and validation.
Peter Carnell teaches and conducts research at the University of Georgia. He earned a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Tech. He has been a licensed professional engineer for over 20 years and seeks ways to bring his work experience into the classroom. He has taught at the University of Georgia since 2014 and previously taught at Georgia Tech from 2006 to 2014. His teaching interests include teaching mechanics and design. He seeks to develop professional skills in the classroom to better prepare students for industry.
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