Cassandra Jamison, Ph.D.

Cassandra Jamison, Ph.D.

Cassandra Jamison, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor

Cassandra Jamison, Ph.D.
Experiential Engineering Education (ExEED)

Contact Info
Engineering Hall 126


Research with Rowan

Ph.D., Biomedical Engineering (Engineering Education Certificate), University of Michigan
M.S., Biomedical Engineering (Biotechnology & Systems Biology Concentration), University of Michigan
B.A., Engineering Science (Minors in Mathematics, Biology, Spanish), Wartburg College

Impactful Research Areas:
    Equipping Students for Success

Research Expertise:
Experiential learning; co-curricular learning; professional development     

Dr. Jamison’s current work focuses on understanding how professional learning occurs in experiential and co-curricular learning spaces. She is interested in taking what she learns from these spaces to build opportunities for marginalized populations in engineering both in the classroom and as part of co-curricular programming.   

Professional Memberships:
American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE)
Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES)

Recent Publications:
Jamison, C. S. E., Fuher, J., Wang, A., & Huang-Saad, A. (2022). Experiential learning implementation in undergraduate engineering education: A systematic search and review. European Journal of Engineering Education, 1–24.

Jamison, C. S. E., Wang, A. A., Huang-Saad, A., Daly, S. R., & Lattuca, L. R. (2022). BME Career Exploration: Examining Students’ Connection with the Field. Biomedical Engineering Education, 2(1), 17–29.

Woodcock, C. S. E., Shekhar, P., & Huang-Saad, A. (2019). Examining Project Based Entrepreneurship and Engineering Design Course Professional Skills Outcomes. International Journal of Engineering Education, 35, 14.

Woodcock, C. S. E., Callewaert, John C., & Millunchick, Joanna M. (2021). Synthesizing Definitions of Professional Competencies Linked to Experiential Learning in Engineering Education A Literature Review. Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice, 21(4), 123–146.