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CURRICULUM EXPERTS

Curriculum Experts

LITEE is focused on bringing the best education possible to engineering and business students. Besides the projects that LITEE is committed to, the LITEE team also likes to bring in outside experts and contributors to make sure that students are exposed to a variety of methods and experiences. This group of people from all over the world came to LITEE classrooms and workshops to support and be a part of what LITEE is doing. They became textbook contributors, keynote speakers at workshops, classroom visitors, and adapters of the LITEE curriculum at their home universities.

 

Dayne Aldridge, Dean, College of Engineering, Mercer University

Krishnan Balasubramaniam, Professor and Director of the Non-Destructive Evaluation Lab,
Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, India

Frank Barnes, University Distinguished Professor and Recipient of the Gordon Prize Award 2004,
University of Colorado

Roger Boisjoly, James T. Purcell Sr. Distinguished Fellow in Management Ethics,
Auburn University. Formerly an engineer at Morton Thiokol, Inc.

Patrick E. Carriere, Chairman and Massie Chair of Excellence Professor, Southern University and
A & M College. Former Program Director, Division of Undergraduate Education,
National Science Foundation

Lesia L. Crumpton-Young, Program Director, Division of Undergraduate Education, National
Science Foundation

Donald Falkenburg, Director, Greenfield Coalition, Wayne State University (Emeritus)

Richard M. Felder, Hoechst Celanese Professor Emeritus, Department of Chemical Engineering,
North Carolina State University

Norman L. Fortenberry, Director, CASEE, National Academy of Engineering. Former Division Director,
Division of Undergraduate Education, National Science Foundation

Jeffrey Froyd, Director of Academic Development, Dwight Look College of Engineering,
Texas A & M University

Karl Heinz-Rau, Professor and Associate Dean, Pforzheim University, Germany

Susan C. Kemnitzer, Deputy Division Director, Education, National Science Foundation

Michael Leonard, Associate Dean of Engineering, Mercer University

Mario Letelier, Director, Center for Research in Creativity and Higher Education,
University of Santiago, Chile

Marjorie Lueck, Program Director, International Division, National Science Foundation

Carolyn Meyers, President, Norfolk State University

Judith Shaul Norback, Director of Workplace and Academic Communication,
Georgia Institute of Technology

Glen B. Olsen, Partner, Learning Unlimited Corp. and expert on Team Learning Strategies

Susan Parris, Program Director, International Division, National Science Foundation

Russell L. Pimmel, Program Director, National Science Foundation

John Prados, Vice-President Emeritus, University of Tennessee

A. Ramachandraiah, Professor of Civil Engineering and Director of Building Acoustics Lab,
Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, India

Sydney Rogers, Executive Director, Alignment Nashville (TN). Formerly Dean of Engineering,
Nashville State Tech

Roger Salters, Associate Professor and Director of Student Recruitment and Retention,
University of Denver

Roger Seals, Professor Emeritus, Louisiana State University. Former Program Director,
Division of Undergraduate Education, National Science Foundation

Eric Sheppard, Dean, College of Engineering, Hampton University

Larry Shuman, Professor and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, University of Pittsburgh

Karl Smith, Professor, Department of Engineering Education, Purdue University, and
Professor Emeritus, University of Minnesota

Sheryl A. Sorby, Program Director, Division of Undergraduate Education, National Science Foundation

Gerard Voland, Dean, School of Engineering, Technology and Computer Science,
Indiana University-Purdue University, Fort Wayne

Phillip C. Wankat, Clifton L. Lovell Distinguished Professor of Chemical Engineering and Director of
Undergraduate Studies, Purdue University

David P. Wold, Editor, NXLevel Guide for Entrepreneurs

William A. Wulf, University Professor, Department of Computer Science, University of Virginia, and
President Emeritus, National Academy of Engineering