Teri Reed, PhD

Assistant Vice President for Economic Development, University of Cincinnati Office of Research
Professor, Chemical Engineering, Department of Biomedical, Chemical, and Environmental Engineering
 

Dr. Reed


Biography

Teri Reed, PhD, joins the UC CEAS as an administrator and as a professor in the Department of Biomedical, Chemical and Environmental Engineering. She also serves as Assistant Vice President for Economic Development in the Office of Research, though her primary appointment is in CEAS.

An advocate for research-informed approaches to engineering education, curricular reform, equity, cultural humility, and policy, as well as student recruitment and retention efforts, Reed has made significant contributions nationally. She helped establish the scholarly foundation for engineering education as an academic discipline through co-authorship of the landmark 2006 Journal of Engineering Education’s special reports, “The National Engineering Education Research Colloquies” and “The Research Agenda for the New Discipline of Engineering Education.”

Her teaching interests include statistics, introductory engineering, diversity, and leadership. Her research interests include statistics education, concept inventory development, assessment and evaluation of learning and programs, recruitment and retention, diversity, and equity. 

Reed received her BS in petroleum engineering from the University of Oklahoma and spent 7 years in the petroleum industry during which time she earned her MBA. Reed holds a PhD in industrial engineering from Arizona State University. She as extensive experience in an academic setting and held administrative roles at the University of Oklahoma, Purdue and Texas A&M. Most recently, she held the title of Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs with the Texas A&M University System. She also served as the Assistant Agency Director for Workforce Development for Texas A&M’s Engineering Experiment Station and was an Associate Professor in the Harold Vance Department of Petroleum Engineering.

Reed is currently the President of the Women in Engineering ProActive Network (WEPAN). She is also a member, board member and Fellow of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), and a member of the Institute of Electronics and Electrical Engineers and the Society of Petroleum Engineers. She also serves as an ABET Engineering Accreditation Council program evaluator for ASEE.

Reed has received numerous honors including the 2015 William Elgin Wickenden Award for research publications in JEE, the 2015 Texas A&M University Women’s Progress Award for Administrators, and 2012 Purdue University’s One Brick Higher Award, one of Purdue’s highest honors from the university president.


Research Interests

  • Statistics education, concept inventory development, assessment/evaluation of learning & programs, recruitment & retention, diversity, equity, & cultural humility.


Academic Appointments

Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs for Engineering, TAMUS - EAP, Texas A&M University 2013-2016
Assistant Agency Director of Workforce Development, TEES,Texas A&M University 2013-2016
Associate Professor, Harold Vance Department of Petroleum Engineering,Texas A&M University 2013-2016
Assistant Dean of Engineering for Undergraduate Education, Purdue University 2006-2012
Associate Professor, School of Engineering Education, Purdue University 2006-2012
Director of First-Year Engineering, Purdue University 2008-2012
Founding Executive Director of INSPIRE, Purdue University 2006-2008
Associate Professor, School of Industrial Engineering,The University of Oklahoma   2006
Associate Dean for Engineering Education,The University of Oklahoma 2005-2006
Director of Engineering Education,The University of Oklahoma 2003-2004
Assistant Professor, School of Industrial Engineering,The University of Oklahoma 2000-2006


Industry Experience

Petroleum Engineer II, Enserch Exploration, Inc., Texas 1989-1992
Petroleum Engineer I, Enserch Exploration, Inc., Texas 1987-1989
Associate Petroleum Engineer, Enserch Exploration, Inc., Texas 1985-1987
Roustabout and Junior Project Engineer, Sun Exploration & Production Company (Oryx), Breckenridge, Texas and Chickasha, Oklahoma 1982, 1983


Honors and Awards

William Elgin Wickenden Award, ASEE 2015
New Advisor of the Year Award,Texas A&M University Student Affairs Division 2015
Women’s Progress Award for Administrators,Texas A&M University 2015
Sharon Keillor Award for Women in Engineering Education, ASEE 2013
Environmental Engineering Division Best Paper Award, ASEE 2013
One Brick Higher Award, Purdue University 2012
Mortar Board Honorary Faculty, Purdue University 2011
ASEE Fellow 2010
ASEE Outstanding Service Award, ERM Division 2008
Faculty Fellow, Committee on Institutional Cooperation Academic Leadership Program 2007-2008
Brandon H. Griffith Teaching Award 2002
New Faculty Fellow, Frontiers in Education 2001
Outstanding Professors Participant, Educators’ Leadership Academy 2001-2002
Brandon H. Griffith Teaching Award, Nominee 2001
Meade Project National Science Foundation Fellowship, NSF 1992-1998
Outstanding Graduate Student, Institute of Industrial Engineering, Central Arizona Chapter 1996-1997
PEO International Scholarship Award, Arizona State University Nominee 1996
Faculty Women’s Association Distinguished Achievement Award, Department of Industrial Engineering Nominee 1995
Regional Service Award, Society of Petroleum Engineers 1992
Young Member Outstanding Service Award, Society of Petroleum Engineers 1989
Inaugural recipient of the Regents’ Alumni Award, University of Oklahoma 1987
Loyal Knights of Old Trusty #560, Honorary Engineering Society, University of Oklahoma 1984-1985
Elected St. Pat (Outstanding Senior) of the College of Engineering, University of Oklahoma 1985
School of Petroleum & Geological Engineering Distinguished Scholar, University of Oklahoma 1982


Refereed Journal Articles and Book Chapters (For complete listing, please see Dr. Reed's CV below)

  1. Holloway, Elizabeth, Teri Reed, Lorie Groll. (Accepted). “Cohorts, Credits, and Curricula: Defining the Sophomore Engineer", Advances in Engineering Education, submitted 2015 and accepted with revisions in December 2015.
  2. Yoon, So Yoon, Teri Reed, P.K. Imbrie, and Monica Cortez (Under Review). “A Comparative Study on Student Success between First-Time-Transfer and First-Time-in-College Engineering Students: One-Year Snapshot”, Journal of Engineering Education, submitted 2016.
  3. Groll, Lorie, Teri Reed, Patrice Buzzanell. (Under Review). “A Quantitative Portrait of First-Year Engineering Students’ Cultural Humility,” Journal of Engineering Education, submitted 2016.
  4. Reid, Ken, P.K. Imbrie, Jason Immekus, Teri Reed. (Under Review). “The Student Attitudinal Success Instrument I: Psychometric Properties and Stability of an Instrument Assessing Noncognitive Characteristics of Engineering Students Prior to their First Year of Study”, International Journal of Engineering Education, submitted 2016.
  5. Duval-Couetil, Nathalie, Angela Shartrand, and Teri Reed. (2016). "The Role of Entrepreneurship Program Models and Experiential Activities on Engineering Student Outcomes," Advances in Engineering Education, 5(1), pp. 1-27.
  6. “JEE Selects: The Ultimate Diversity App: To change the face of engineering, change admissions policies.” briefing based on “Research Informed Policy Change: A Retrospective on Engineering Admissions”, Prism, September 2014, p. 45. Only one research article is chosen from each volume to appear in the JEE Selects section of Prism.
  7. Holloway, Beth, Teri Reed, P.K. Imbrie, and Ken Reid. “Research Informed Policy Change: A Retrospective on Engineering Admissions", Journal of Engineering Education, 103(2), pp. 274-301. *Recipient of the 2015 William Elgin Wickenden Award of the American Society for Engineering Education recognizes an article that represents the highest standards of scholarly research in engineering education among the articles published in the Journal of Engineering Education in each volume year. This article was selected by the Editorial Board of the Journal from the articles published in 2014.
  8. Moskal, Barbara, Teri Reed and Scott Strong (2014). Cambridge Handbook of Engineering Education Research (CHEER), Aditya Johri and Barbara M. Olds, Editors. Chapter 26: Quantitative and Mixed Methods Research: Approaches and Limitations, Cambridge University Press, New York, pp. 519-533.
    *Recipient of the AERA Division I Outstanding Publication Award for Books in 2014.
  9. Imbrie, P. K., Qu Jin, Teri Reed-Rhoads, and Lorie Groll, (Accepted with revisions). “Calculus Placement Modeling for Engineering Student Potentially Contributes to Appropriate Advising,” Journal of Engineering Education, accepted with revisions, August 2012.
  10. Duval-Couetil, Nathalie, Teri Reed-Rhoads, and Shiva Haghighi (2012). "Engineering Students and Entrepreneurship Education: Involvement, Attitudes, and Outcomes", submitted to the Entrepreneurship Special Issue of the International Journal of Engineering Education, 28(2), pp. 425-435.


Refereed Conference Papers (For complete listing, please see Dr. Reed's CV below)

  1. Yoon, So Yoon, P.K. Imbrie, Teri Reed, “Development of the Leadership Self-efficacy Scale for Engineering Students,” American Society for Engineering Education 2016 Annual Conference CD Rom, New Orleans, LA, June.
  2. Perez, Jackie, Teri Reed, So Yoon Yoon, “Enriching the Diversity of the Engineering Workforce: Addressing Missed Opportunities to Support Student Transition from a Two- to a Four-Year Institution,” submitted for review to the American Society for Engineering Education 2016 Annual Conference CD Rom, New Orleans, LA, June.
  3. Yoon, So Yoon, Monica Cortez, Teri Reed, P.K. Imbrie, P. (2015, June), “What Makes First-time Transfer Students Different from First-time-in-College Students”, 2015 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Seattle, Washington. 10.18260/p.25064 (12 pages).
  4. Cortez, Monica, Teri Reed, Sylvia McMullen, P.K. Imbrie, Jackie Perez, “Expanding the Education Pathway to Undergraduate Engineering through Strategic Two-year and Four-Year Institution Partnerships,” American Society for Engineering Education 2015 Annual Conference CD Rom, San Antonio, TX, June. (11 pages).
  5. Pfatteicher, Sarah, Teri Reed, Thomas Wolff, “Judging Injustice: Debating Student Appeals,” National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) Annual Conference, Minneapolis, MN, October 9. (3 pages).
  6. Groll, Lorie*, Teri Reed, and P.K. Imbrie, “Extended Abstract - The First-Year of College’s Impact on Engineering Students’ Cultural Humility,” First Year Engineering Experience Conference 2014, College Station, TX, August 7 – 8. (3 pages).
  7. Yoon, So Yoon, P.K. Imbrie, and Teri Reed, “First Year Mathematics Course Credits and Graduation Status in Engineering,” First Year Engineering Experience Conference 2014, College Station, TX, August 7 – 8. (5 pages).
  8. Groll, Lorie*, Teri Reed, Lydia Kavanagh, P.K. Imbrie, and Carl Reidsema, “The Elephant in the Room: First-Year Engineering Students Discuss Diversity,” ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education 2013 Annual Conference, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, October 23 - 26. (3 Pages).
  9. Fitzpatrick, Velvet*, Teri Reed, Jeff Gilger, “First-Year Engineering Students with Dyslexia: Comparison of Spatial Visualization Performance and Attitudes,” ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education 2013 Annual Conference, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, October 23 - 26. (3 Pages).
  10. Sukalyan Sengupta, Jeffrey A Cunningham, Sarina J. Ergas, Ramesh K. Goel, Dilek Ozalp and Teri Reed, “Development of a Concept Inventory for Introductory Environmental Engineering Courses”, American Society for Engineering Education 2013 Annual Conference CD Rom, Atlanta, GA, June. (8 pages) – *Received Best Paper Award from the Environmental Engineering Division 2013.


Invited Keynotes, Presentations, and Workshops (For complete listing, please see Dr. Reed's CV below)

  1. ENGender Workshop: Defining Institutional Pathways to Increase Gender Equity in Engineering Education Keynote, “Building on Recent Work: ASEE & TUEE on Reducing the Gender Gap,” March 7, 2016, Miami, FL.
  2. National Associate of Corrosion Engineers (NACE) International Keynote, “Engaging Women in Leadership”, March 10, 2016, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
  3. American Association of University Women sponsored workshop, “A Research Agenda on Gender Equity in Engineering and Computing”, October 8, 2015, Washington, DC.
  4. European Society for Engineering Education (SEFI) Keynote, “Diversity in Engineering Education: An Opportunity to Face the New Trends of Engineering”, June 29 to July 2, 2015, Orleans, France.
  5. Women in Engineering ProActive Network (WEPAN) Leadership Forum, Closing Plenary Speaker, “Point, Click, Repeat: Making the Education Case for Diversity Inside and Out”, June 11, 2015, Bloomfield, CO.
  6. Houston Executive Women Leadership Program, “Growth with Excellence: Engineering Education Transformation at Texas A&M University”, May 7, 2015.
  7. Texas A&M Engineering High School Counselor’s Retreat, “Changing the Conversation”, May 1, 2015.
  8. Women’s History Month Invited Speaker, Texas A&M University – Galveston, “The Invisible Tapestry or Life in Fish Bowl: A Conversation on Inclusive Cultural Efforts in STEM”, March 3, 2015.
  9. Iniciativa Yucatán TAMU – SIIDETEY, “Análisis y Perspectiva de la Enseñanza de la Ingeniería en Yucatán”, 23-24 de febrero 2015 / Mérida Yucatán, México, “Engineering at Texas A&M University”.
  10. 5th Annual People in Energy Conference, “Engineering, Engineering Education and the Crew Change – Changing Conversations”, November 17, 2014, Houston, Texas.


Invited Participant in State or National Meetings on Education (For complete listing, please see Dr. Reed's CV below)

  1. 2015- Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Engineering Field of Study Advisory Board Member for Texas A&M University.
  2. 2015- Building Capacity Workshop, National Science Foundation sponsored Policy in Engineering Education Workshop.
  3. 2014- National Academy of Engineering Workshop on Transfer Student Success, invited by Kitty Didion of NAE.
  4.  2010- AAAS and NSF - Thought Leaders in Educational Evaluation and Assessment, invited by Daryll Chubin and Connie Della-Piana as one of 20 national participants.
  5. 2010- National Science Foundation Workshop on Assessment and Dissemination.


Funded Grants as Principal Investigator
(For complete listing, please see Dr. Reed's CV below)

  1. NSF – Dear Colleague Letter Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSI), “MYEE Pre-Conference on Retention and Transition”, (NSF Proposal Number: EEC – 1550046), $49,329, January 1, 2016 – December 31, 2016, Principal Investigator, Teri Reed, Co-Principal Investigators, P.K. Imbrie, Amber Muenzenberger, Kristi Shryock, and Cindy Lawley.
  2. Texas A&M – Chevron Engineering Academies, $5,000,000 to fund expansion to 5 sites in the state of Texas, June 2015 – 2020.
  3. China University of Petroleum, Engineering Administrators Workshop, “Evidence-Based Engineering Education Administration: Implementing 21st Century Education for 21st Century Engineers”, China University of Petroleum Vice Dean Administrators training, $42,000, August 23 – September 1, 2014, College Station, TX, Principal Investigator, Teri Reed, Co-Principal Investigators, P.K. Imbrie and J. Strobel.
  4. Texas A&M University Dwight Look College of Engineering, NACME Block Grant, provides scholarships for 15 under-represented minority students at $3,000 per year for 4 years, $180,000. Fall 2013 to Spring 2017. Lead, Teri Reed.
  5. NSF – TUES Type 1: Collaborative Research: Development and Testing of a Fundamentals of Environmental Engineering Concept Inventory, Sponsored by the Division of Undergraduate Education (DUE – 1044085): $200,000. August 2011 to July 2013, Principal Investigator: Sukalyan Sengupta, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth, Co-Principal Investigators: Goel Ramesh, University of Utah, Sarina J. Ergas, University of South Florida, Purdue Principal Investigator, Teri Reed-Rhoads, Purdue Co-Principal Investigator, P.K. Imbrie.
  6. NSF – CCLI Phase 3: Collaboration Research: ciHub, a Virtual Community to Support Research, Development, and Dissemination of Concept Inventories, Sponsored by the Division of Undergraduate Education, (DUE – 0920589): $2,000,000. September 2009 to August 2012, Principal Investigator, Teri Reed-Rhoads, Co-Principal Investigator: P.K. Imbrie and Johannes Strobel in collaboration with Jim Pellegrino of University of Illinois – Chicago, Paul Steif of Carnegie Mellon, Barb Moskal of Colorado School of Mines, and Jeff Froyd of Texas A&M University.
  7. NSF S-STEM: S-STEM Scholars of Purdue: Program to Promote and Sustain Interest in Engineering Through Engaging in Experiential Opportunities: Sponsored by the Division of Undergraduate Education, (DUE – 0807106) $600,000, July 2009 to June 2013, Principal Investigator, Teri Reed-Rhoads, Co-Principal Investigators: P.K. Imbrie, Beth Holloway, Dan Hirleman, Bill Oakes.
  8. NSF IEECI: Entrepreneurship Education & Its Impact on Engineering Student Outcomes: The Role of Program Characteristics and Faculty Beliefs: Sponsored by the Directorate for Engineering Education and Centers (EEC – 0835992) $499,972, January 2008 to December 2012. Purdue Principal Investigator, Teri Reed-Rhoads, Co-Principal Investigator, Nathalie Duval-Couetil.
  9. NSF DUE: Assessing the State of STEM Concept Inventories: A National Workshop, Sponsored by the Division of Undergraduate Education, Unsolicited Program (DUE – 0731232): $68,068. May, 2007 to April 2008, Principal Investigator, Teri Reed-Rhoads, Co-Principal Investigator: P.K. Imbrie.
  10. NSF DUE: Assessing the State of STEM Concept Inventories: A National Workshop - Supplement, Sponsored by the Division of Undergraduate Education, Unsolicited Program (DUE – 0731232): $13,599. September, 2007 to August 2008, Principal Investigator, Teri Reed-Rhoads, Co-Principal Investigator: P.K. Imbrie.