Angela Minichiello is an assistant professor the Department of Engineering Education at Utah State University (USU) and a registered professional mechanical engineer. Angela earned a BSME degree from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, a MSME degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology, and a PhD in Engineering Education from USU. Her research examines issues of access, diversity, and inclusivity in engineering education. In particular, she is interested in engineering e-learning and the discovery of traversable engineering pathways for nontraditional, low-income, first generation, and veteran undergraduates.
Joel Hood's background spans Mechanical Engineering and Engineering Education. Obtained his Bachelor's of Science degree from Boise State University in Mechanical Engineering and hopes to continue post-graduate education at Utah State University in the future. Currently employed as a full time Engineer in industry. Specific interests include Online Education, Teaching, and Assessment.
I am currently a graduate student at Utah State University working on a Master's degree in Mathematics with an emphasis in Education.
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