Scholarship

Criteria for Satisfactory Evaluation

  • Membership and participation in professional meetings, field conferences, and other scholarly gatherings.
    • Professional society memberships: Association for Computing Machinery, IEEE, American Educational Research Association, American Society for Quality, Association for Information Systems
    • Annual presentations at the CISAT Faculty Research Day
    • Scholarly gathering attendance:
      • AERA 2008
      • Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) 2002, 2004, 2008, 2011
      • Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering Annual Meeting 2010
  • Research involving students in independent studies or within the Honors Program.
  • Supervising student independent study and honors projects.
  • Development of instructional or education materials.
  • Demonstration of professional development through such activities as: ongoing personal professional development (NSF short courses, attending national meetings, etc.) or an organized program of self-study in a new area of research, or securing additional education at professional short courses and conferences.
    • Summer Research Internship at Educational Testing Service (ETS), 2004
    • Summer School for Cognitive Tutoring Systems, Carnegie Mellon, 2004
    • Participant in Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training (CSEE&T) 2010, Pittsburgh
    • CIT/CFI Workshops and Symposia
    • Self-study in Web Technologies
  • Engaging in unpublished ongoing research.
    • Dimensions of Software Quality, with Nicole Radziwill
  • Presentation of faculty seminars and colloquia.
  • Participation in Unfunded Grant Proposals
    • PI, (CoPI’s: Maria Papadakis, James Wilson) NextStep Site Feasibility Calculator for Behind-­the-­Meter Wind Power Systems, DOE Wind Powering America Program, submitted March, 2008, $495,235
    • Co-PI, (PI: CJ Hartman) Science on a Sphere Environmental Literacy Grant, SEC-OED-2008-2001089, $300,000
    • Co-PI, (PI: Eric Pappas) Research into Instructional Content and Methodologies for Teaching Sustainability, NSF, $512,000

Criteria for Excellent Evaluation