Experiential Engineering Education (ExEEd)

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Experiential Engineering Education (ExEEd)

Experiential Engineering Education Department (ExEEd)

ExEEd is home to the engineering entrepreneurship major, first and second-year engineering clinics, and engineering education research.

Engineering Entrepreneurship majors combine strong technical skills in engineering design and computation with key business skills from marketing to business model generation. Our graduates innovate in existing companies or create their own.

Engineering Clinic is a hallmark of Rowan Engineering. Students take a Clinic in each of their eight semesters at Rowan. First-year clinics focus on engineering’s place in society and fundamental engineering skills. In second-year clinics, students hone communication and project management skills by working on design projects. In the third and fourth years, students work in small teams on real world projects. Throughout, clinic classes are Hands-on Minds-on. ExEEd is responsible for first and second-year Engineering Clinic, helping prepare students for junior and senior clinics.

ExEEd faculty conduct research in areas related to pedagogy and engineering education.

Cheryl Bodnar

National award for innovative teaching tool

Dr. Cheryl Bodnar is part of a team that has earned the 2023 David Himmelblau Award for Innovations in Computer-Based Chemical Engineering Education.

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Engineering secures $1.5 million NSF grant to boost inclusivity

The six-year grant funds scholarships for low-income students, as well as activities for all engineering students.

Dr. Kaitlin Mallouk

Professor Mallouk named 2022 National KEEN Rising Star

The KEEN award recognizes outstanding engineering faculty who create and promote entrepreneurially minded learning.