engineering education educational development
Currently accepting self-funded graduate students in the areas of engineering education and educational development.
Jamieson, M., Ead, A.S., Rowe, A., Miller-Young, J., & Carey, J.P. (submitted). Design at scale in a first-year transdisciplinary engineering design course.
Miller-Young, J., Marin, L.F., Poth, C., Vargas-Madriz, L.F., Xiao, J. (2021). The development and psychometric properties of an educational development impact questionnaire. Studies in Educational Evaluation. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.stueduc.2021.101058
Mooney, J. & Miller-Young, J. (2021). The Educational Development Interview: A guided conversation supporting professional learning about teaching practice in higher education. The International Journal of Academic Development. https://doi.org/10.1080/1360144X.2021.1934687
Miller-Young, J. & Poth, C. (2021). ‘Complexifying’ our approach to evaluating educational development outcomes: Bridging theoretical innovations with frontline practice. The International Journal of Academic Development. https://doi.org/10.1080/1360144X.2021.1887876
Cappello, A. & Miller-Young, J. (2020). Who are we citing and how? A SoTL citation analysis. Teaching and Learning Inquiry, 8(2), 3-16. https://doi.org/10.20343/teachlearninqu.8.2.2
Miller-Young, J., Sinclair, M., & Forgie, S. (2020). Teaching excellence and how it is awarded: a Canadian case study. The Canadian Journal of Higher Education 50(1), 40-52. https://doi.org/10.7202/1069650ar
Recent conference presentations:
Miller-Young, J. & Yu, S. (2021, June). Development of a phenomenographic interview process for understanding underrepresented students' experiences in engineering design. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Engineering Education Association, University of Prince Edward Island.
Miller-Young, J., Beck, S., & Jamieson, M. (2021, June). Gamifying first-year design: assessing student experience and motivation in a large, online course. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Engineering Education Association, University of Prince Edward Island.
Fundamental design process and theory in a multidisciplinary context. Importance, in engineering design, of communications; team work; the engineering disciplines, career fields; professional responsibilities of the engineer including elements of ethics, equity, concepts of sustainable development and environmental stewardship, public and worker safety and health considerations including the context of the Alberta Occupational Health and Safety Act. Corequisite ENGL 199. This course is delivered in a blended format.Winter Term 2022
Biomechanics; mechanical characterization of biological tissues using elastic and viscoelastic models. Rheology of blood and flow properties. Static and dynamic analyses of selected physiological systems. Application of biomaterials in external and internal prostheses. Prerequisites: BME 320 and 321; MEC E 300, 362, 380; and MEC E 330 or 331. Credit cannot be obtained in both MEC E 585 and 485.Winter Term 2022