A successful candidate for this position requires qualitative research knowledge, excellent writing skills, taking initiative, proven experience collaborating across disciplines, and the ability to manage multiple projects concurrently.
This position is one year in duration and will focus on undergraduate engineering education, especially as it pertains to developing the problem solving skills of undergraduates in the context of professional formation. Work will focus on engineering problem typology (i.e. framing engineering as explicit problem types) as a framework for
investigating the evolution of students' problem solving skills across the curriculum.
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