|Present||Instructor of Mechanical Engineering, Cedarville University ‐ School of Engineering and Computer Science|
Composite manufacturing processes, Comparative properties of materials, Polymer spectroscopy/Polarized Raman spectroscopy, Relation of micro/macroscopic properties, Fiber spinning and drawing, Molecular orientation in polymer fibers, Statics, dynamics, and mechanics of materials, Mechanical testing and behavior, Manufacturing processes, Engineering design and economy, Adult/college-level education, Program development, Online/distance course development, LMS management, Active learning pedagogies, Student completion and retention, Applying emerging technologies to the classroom experience, and Educational research methodologies
|B.S.M.E., Cedarville University|
|M.M.S.E., University of Delaware|
|Ed.D., Walden University|
School of Engineering and Computer Science
Relationship Between Active Learning Methodologies and Community College Students’ STEM Course Grades Faculty Dissertations (2017)
Active learning methodologies (ALM) are associated with student success, but little research on this topic has been pursued at the community college level. At a local community college, students in science, technology, engineering, and math ...
Journal Articles (1)
Experimental Determination of the Fiber Orientation Parameters and the Raman Tensor of the 1614 cm-1 Band of Poly(ethylene terephthalate) Journal of Molecular Sttructure (2000)
Polarized Raman spectroscopic measurements were performed on uniaxially oriented fibers of poly(ethylene terephthalate). The diagonal Raman tensor for the 1614 cm−1 band along with the second- and fourth-order coefficients of the orientation distribution function are ...