Hear what our Alumni have to say about our program.
“Earning a PhD in Engineering Education at Utah State University equipped me with the knowledge and skills to pursue my passion: to utilize research-based practices to broaden the participation of women and under-represented minorities in engineering. The faculty and staff in the EED department were as committed to my success as I was. Thanks to their support, I am on my way to making an impact in engineering education and beyond! ”
— Stacie Gregory, '15
“I have been conducting research on multicultural education and technology instruction, which will have a positive impact on many minority students throughout the nation. Besides career benefits, the campus is beautiful, there are many outdoor activities and many awesome people here.” — Joel (Alex) Mejia, '14
“Pursuing a PhD in Engineering Education at USU will help me reach one of my dreams in life —to blend the cognitive and computer sciences. The doctoral program is ideal for those who have a passion for both engineering and education, and a desire to design innovative approaches for educating our future engineers.” — Harry Santoso, '13
“The Department of Engineering Education (EED) at USU is a place where experts on the cutting edge of engineering education get together; a place where you can contribute to the creation of a new era in engineering. My three years in the EED doctoral program have catapulted me toward realizing my dream to become a professor in Engineering Education.” – Shaobo (Daisy) Huang, '12
“I enjoyed working with the faculty and graduate students in the program. Their backgrounds were so diverse and I could get various perspectives as we communicated. I also liked the environment for researching where we shared experiences and ideas. The department faculty collaborated with a lot of researchers from other institutions in the field which gave me access to many studies I was interested in.” – Ting Song
“The EED department gave me a completely new insight about engineering education. It changed my teaching philosophy a lot. The courses and the research agenda were exactly what I needed to make a change in my teaching style and strategy. ” — Seyedmohammad (Moe) Tajvidi, '16