Where are you from?: Haskell, Texas.
What got you interested in engineering education?
I taught for three years at Harding University, anticipating an eventual pursuit in a Ph.D. in electrical and computer engineering. Attendance at my first engineering education conferences (ASEE CIEC) followed by attending the EPICS conference whetted my appetite for engineering education research. This passion was only confirmed in the natural inquiry that would result from my practice as an engineering educator.
What are some activities you do for fun?
Spending time with my wife and two daughters, running, lifting, cycling, cooking, and swimming.
What do you like about the ENE community?
The faculty and students are a very supportive group toward one another. In addition to supporting one another’s research, this community genuinely cares about one another.