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About Matthew Verleger

Mathew Verleger is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Engineering and Technology Education. In 2004, the National Academy of Engineers published “The Engineer of 2020: Visions of Engineering in the New Century,” vocalizing the pressing changes needed to help engineers succeed in the future. That same year, Purdue announced the creation of the nation’s first Department of Engineering Education. Similar departments were created shortly thereafter at Clemson, Virginia Tech, and Utah State, each with a vision for how to formalize the study of how engineers are taught. In this talk, Dr. Matthew Verleger, a member of the first cohort of graduate students admitted into Purdue’s Ph.D. program, presents his vision for the future of engineering education as a formal discipline.

Curriculum Vitae


Disciplines


Honors and Awards

  • ASEE Graduate Studies Division – Best Student Paper (2010)
  • ASEE ERM Apprentice Faculty Grant Awardee (2009)
  • Purdue University Graduate School Excellence in Teaching Award (2008)
  • Outstanding Graduate Student Teacher Award from Purdue College of Engineering (2007)
  • Magoon Award for Excellence in Teaching from Engineering Education at Purdue University (2006)
  • Graduate Student Teaching Award – Purdue University (2005)
  • Graduate Teacher Technology Certificate – Purdue University (2005)
  • Graduate Teacher Certificate – Purdue University (2005)
  • Undergraduate Teaching Assistant of the Year (2001-2002)
  • ASEE Student Division Matthew Verleger Best Paper Award named in recognition of contributions toward the founding of the division (2011)


Contact Information

Email: matthew.verleger@usu.edu
Phone: (435) 797-8633
Location: IS 100E
Fax: (435) 797-2567

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