Monthly Archives: November 2016

The International Journal of Engineering Pedagogy

It was interesting to find that there are organizations that provide open access to work in engineering education. Since I started in the Engineering Education program last year, I had gravitated towards articles published in the Journal of Engineering Education … Continue reading

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All about “Hence”

About three weeks ago, I came across an article on Inside Higher Education that brought me back to our conversation in class about microaggressions experienced in the classroom. One of the things that was brought out was being subjected to … Continue reading

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Looking ahead

It was interesting to read about how American higher education has responded to society’s changing needs and the directions it ought to take moving forward in James Duderstadt and Farris Womack’s book The Future of the Public University in America. … Continue reading

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Taking the next big step

Two years ago, I was asked to talk about discernment and choosing a college major to a group of high school seniors from various schools in our city. I would like to share this talk here, in the hope that … Continue reading

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Teaching in the Facebook era

A lot has certainly changed since I became a college freshman 22 years ago, and one of the developments that has certainly changed the way students spend their time is social media. It thus makes a lot of sense to … Continue reading

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