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Community Catalysts are a group of 21 faculty across the nation who help make the community a thriving place. Connect with them in the forums or in a card discussion, and feel free to reach out with your questions and feedback.
Chair, Department of Engineering & Applied Science Education, University of New Haven
Maria-Isabel believes much of the learning students do takes place outside the classroom, from project work and service learning to clubs and activities on campus.
Assistant Professor, Ohio Northern University
Ajmal has incorporated EML into Electrical & Computer Engineering courses. His research successes include 26 refereed publications and published work in engineering education.
Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Western New England University
Mike looks to address complex challenges facing our world today and in the future. He helps train and work alongside the next generation of problem solvers.
KEEN Leaders are the people driving and leading their school's KEEN initiative on campus. Meet three of our current KEEN Leaders, and get inspired by their innovative and transformative work!
Dean and Professor, Campbell University
Jenna is passionate about innovative engineering curricula. She drives a hands-on, project-based approach to engineering education that encourages collaboration & professional service.
Director of the Visioneering Center, University of Dayton
Ken Bloemer and his team transform engineering education through advanced pedagogies and entrepreneurially minded learning. He also conducts innovation workshops.
Vice Provost for Creative Inquiry, Lehigh University
Khanjan champions the creation of learning environments and ecosystems where students, faculty, and external partners come together to effect constructive and sustainable change.
KEEN Rising Stars
Each year, the Engineering Unleashed community nominates faculty who have gone above and beyond to help instill an entrepreneurial mindset in everyone they encounter. Three will go on to receive the KEEN Rising Star award for their institutions. Meet the 2020 Rising Stars:
Lecturer, Georgia Institute of Technology
Cristi received the top award for the 2020 KEEN Rising Star. She has helped countless engineering students acquire entrepreneurially minded skills which they can use for the rest of their lives.
Associate Professor, Rowan University
Cheryl is a 2020 KEEN Rising Star. She helps faculty create unique experiential and entrepreneurial learning opportunities throughout the clinic-based engineering curriculum.
Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering; Coordinator, First Year Engineering Experience, Ohio Northern University
Blake is a 2020 KEEN Rising Star. He helps students look beyond easy answers, persist through false starts and failures, and make connections across multiple disciplines.
Engineering Unleashed 2020 Fellows
Twenty-nine faculty members from twenty-four institutions of higher education across the U.S. have been named the Engineering Unleashed 2020 Fellows. Meet three of the recipients who have participated in the Engineering Unleashed Faculty Development Program and are recognized for their contribution to entrepreneurial engineering:
Assistant Dean of Academic Programs, Vanderbilt University
Julie works in the field of STEM educational research. Areas of focus include student retention and implementation of innovative pedagogy and technology.
Kenneth Van Treuren
Associate Dean of Research and Faculty Development, and Professor, Mechanical Engineering, Baylor University
After serving as USAF pilot in KC-135 and KC-10 aircraft, Ken completed his D.Phil. in Engineering from Oxford University, UK. Ken has also served as a Community Catalyst.
Assistant Teaching Professor, Villanova University
Deeksha develops interactive robots that can teach integrated biology and engineering principles to K-12 students in classrooms and museums.