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Meagan Kendall

 
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Meagan Renee Kendall
Associate Professor, Engineering Education and Leadership - University Studies/Entering Student Program
Graduate Coordinator, Masters of Science in Engineering

Dr. Meagan R. Kendall is an Associate Professor in the Department of Engineering Education and Leadership. As an NSF Graduate Research Fellow, she received her M.S. and Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, with a concentration in Biomechanics, from The University of Texas at Austin. An engineering education researcher, her work focuses on enhancing engineering students' motivation, exploring engineering identity formation, engineering faculty development, developing integrated course sequences, and methods for involving students in curriculum development and teaching through Peer Designed Instruction. Dr. Kendall's scholarship emphasizes the professional formation of engineers, specifically through the development and application of the Contextual Engineering Leadership Development framework. Bringing together her work in engineering leadership development, curriculum design, and collaborative design, her current focus is on developing engineering instructional faculty as leaders of educational change at Hispanic-Serving Institutions. Dr. Kendall is the Division Chair of the Engineering Leadership Development (LEAD) Division of the American Society of Engineering Education and a Technical Program Chair for the Frontiers in Education Conference.

KEYWORDS

  1. Engineering Education
  2. Engineering Leadership Development
  3. Design Methodology
  4. Collaborative Design
  5. Student Motivation

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