College of Engineering & Computer Science
Since the Industrial Revolution U.S. universities have been producing assembly-line engineers, technically astute but weak in management skills. Traditionally, engineers have not been good managers and business owners. Then, in the late 1970s, academic decision makers decided that engineering schools should progre...
College of Arts and Humanities
At the center of my teaching
philosophy is my commitment to challenge students to examine “common sense”
knowledge and to think creatively from different perspectives in order to
grapple with complex negotiations of religious, political, and cultural
identities in different times and places. I ask ...
College of Business Administration
My teaching philosophy encompasses the following
1. Teach the technical material (knowledge) and
develop students' expanded competencies (skills)
necessary for long-term success in the profession.
2. Bring real-world examples into th...