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Dr. Kathy Ossman

Congratulations to Dr. Kathy Ossman for receiving the 2014-2015 CEAS Master Educator Award and CEAS Neil Wandmacher Teaching Award.

In 2013, Dr. Ossman received the CEAS Master Educator Award and Outstanding Teacher Award, North Central Section, American Society of Engineering Educators (ASEE).


Dr. Joni Torsella


Congratulations to Dr. Joni Torsella for receiving the 2014-2015 CEAS Master Educator Award. Dr. Torsella also won the award in 2013.

Dr. Bucks


Congratulations to Dr. Bucks, he was the recipient for the 2014 Neil Wandmacher Teaching Award for Young Faculty.

Dr. Kastner

Congratulations to Dr. Kastner for placing 1st Place for Best Paper Award at the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), North Central Section Conference.

Dr. Kastner recently received the 2014-2015 CEAS Neil Wandmacher Teaching Award Young Faculty. He also awarded the Professor of the Year by the Engineering and Applied Science Tribunal at UC in 2014.

Dr. Rodney Roseman


Congratultions to Dr. Roseman (r) as he received the Distinguished Teaching Professor Award from Dean Carlo Montemagno (l) in 2008 for his efforts in teaching, advising, and mentoring undergraduate students.



Engineering Education Courses

Undergraduate Courses

  • ENED1020 - Engineering Foundations (first year curriculum course)
  • ENED1090 - Models I (first year curriculum course)
  • ENED1091 - Models II (first year curriculum course)
  • ENED3014 - Engineering Your Community (Fall Honors)
  • ENED3061 - Probability and Statistics I (CHE, BME, and ME, 2nd year course)

Graduate Courses

  • ENED7001 - Introduction to Engineering Education (Fall)
  • ENED7002 - Learning Theories in Engineering Education (Spring)




CEAS Welcomes New Engineering Education Department Head

CINCINNATI, OH (AUGUST 29, 2016)— P.K. Imbrie, PhD, joins the University of Cincinnati College of Engineering and Applied Science as Department Head of Engineering Education, as well as Professor in the Departments of Engineering Education and Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics

Imbrie comes to us from Texas A&M University where he was an associate professor in the Department of Engineering Technology and Industrial Distribution.  Imbrie brings his expertise in engineering education having also served as the director of undergraduate education and interim director of undergraduate engineering education and innovation at Texas A&M. Imbrie holds a BS, MS, and PhD in Aerospace Engineering from Texas A&M.

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Whitney Gaskins, PhD, is honored as the National Society of Black Engineers’ (NSBE) 2016 Golden Torch Dr. Janice A. Lumpkin Educator of the Year Award recipient.

As a star in the CEAS Department of Engineering Education (DEE), Gaskins excels far beyond the department’s mission to provide innovative teaching and learning techniques, to develop research opportunities for students and to offer student mentoring services.

NSBE is the premier organization serving African Americans in technology and engineering, recognizing distinguished industry professionals and leaders through the annual Golden Torch Award program.

The winner of the Dr. Janice A. Lumpkin Educator of the Year Golden Torch award must demonstrate exemplary service and dedication to their students, inspire students of all background and abilities to further their learning, and play an active and useful role in the community and institution. All this, while upholding a poised, articulate and active persona amidst the taxing pressures tied to a career in engineering education.

 “I was highly pleased to learn I was the NSBE Educator of the Year award winner. I dedicate a lot of my time ensuring students are successful not only within CEAS undergraduate programs, but also within STEM-based Hughes High School programs,” exclaims Gaskins, a CEAS DEE professor of two years. “Every first Saturday of the month, it brings me great joy to have the opportunity to host Cincinnati STEMulates study sessions at the CEAS Engineering Research Center (ERC).”

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