CV/Résumé

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Shannon Chance Curriculum Vitae

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Current Appointment

Visiting Professor and Marie Curie Research Fellow
University College London, Centre for Engineering Education
2.09 Front Engineering, Faculty of Engineering
Torrington Place, London, UK, WC1E 7JE

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, William and Mary University, May 2010

Postgraduate Certificate, Technical University Dublin, Anticipated January 2019

Master of Architecture, Virginia Tech (VPI&SU), December 1996

Bachelor of Architecture, Virginia Tech (VPI&SU), May 1993                             

 

Job History (Research, Teaching, and Industry)

Research Positions

2018-2020       Visiting Professor and Marie Curie Research Fellow, University College London

I am collecting data from engineering and architecture students in four European countries—evaluating the role of design projects in the learning, epistemological development, and retention of students—with a focus on women’s experiences. Research publications underway from this work focus on: (1) teachers’ experiences implementing PBL; implications for national education policy generated via multi-national comparative study; and (3) Middle Eastern women’s experiences studying engineering abroad and on implications for Irish education policy. I am also collecting new data for: (1) a report to the Royal Academy of Engineers on practices of global responsibility among civil engineers, and (2) a phenomenographic study of variations in the ways engineering and architecture students conceptualize creation and the generation of new knowledge. Funded through a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship from the European Commission, and working in collaboration with researchers from UCL’s Centre for Engineering Education, I aim to generate new understanding of how students develop knowledge-production skills. The project runs 01 January 2018 until 31 December 2019 and is titled “Designing Engineers: Harnessing the Power of Design Projects to Spur Cognitive and Epistemological Development of STEM Students.” An overarching objective is to develop and promote better ways to teach and support diverse STEM students, including women and minority students.

2014-2016       Marie Curie Research Fellow, Dublin Institute of Technology

Collected and analyzed interviews with 47 women in three different European countries during this two-year grant-funded appointment, to produce policy recommendations for the Irish education system. To do this, I designed and conducted a large-scale phenomenological research study about the effectiveness of Problem Based Learning pedagogies. During the fellowship, I also wrote and submitted multiple grant applications, developed a proposal for a new Master’s degree curriculum in engineering education research, and conducted educational outreach on robot building to diverse constituencies.

2012-2013       Fulbright Scholar, Dublin Institute of Technology

During this fellowship, I designed and conducted a qualitative research study on change management at DIT, co-taught a module on Problem Based Learning for DIT’s Learning, Teaching and Technology Centre, and took a lead role in publishing peer-reviewed conference papers and book chapters in collaboration with colleagues at DIT and elsewhere. I published a blog to promote understanding of cultural and educational issues, and I delivered guest lectures throughout Ireland and the EU. I helped found RoboSlam volunteer workshops to recruit diverse students (featured on national television). I wrote grant applications and secured funding for RoboSlam and for follow up research.

Spring 1996     Research Assistant, Virginia Tech, College of Architecture & Urban Studies

Developed computer simulations of hospital room designs for comparative analysis, to support patients with differing needs and abilities.

Teaching Positions

2016-present   Lecturer, School of Multidisciplinary Technologies, Technological University Dublin (formerly Dublin Institute of Technology)

I am currently on career break from this position in order to conduct research in London. In this role, I teach undergraduate and graduate modules in engineering and Building Information Modelling and Management (BIMM). I teach Project-Based Learning modules across the college (first year engineering, architecture technology, and similar) and I am responsible for teaching students and practicing professionals to collaborate effectively across disciplines using BIMM technologies. I conduct research on effective collaboration, Problem-Based Learning, and socio-cultural diversity. I design research projects, write funding applications, and supervise post-graduate researchers.

2000-2014       Tenured Full Professor of Architecture, Hampton University

Designed and maintained quality curriculum in collaboration with other tenured faculty members at this minority-serving institution in southeastern Virginia. Represented academic institutions on professional accreditation body. Served on high-impact university committees (program and institution accreditation, promotion and tenure). Taught modules, advised Masters-level thesis students, secured funding, conducted grant- and donor-funded projects, presented and published research. My teaching areas included architectural ecology/sustainability, architectural design and theory, urban design and theory, study abroad, service-learning, special projects.

(Employed as a part-time Adjunct, August 1999-May 2000. Employed full-time at the rank of Assistant Professor, August 2000-May 2007. Tenured and appointed to rank of Associate Professor in 2007. Granted sabbatical for Fulbright fellowship, August 2012-May 2013. Appointed to the rank of Professor in 2014.)

2011-present   Adjunct Associate Professor of Education, William and Mary University

Taught summer modules in 2011 and 2012 on ‘Educational Planning for Environmental Sustainability’ at the Masters and doctoral levels, with an upcoming module scheduled for June 2016. Provided guest lectures on educational policy, student development, and history of higher education for the School of Education.

Summer 2005   Program Director, Fulbright-Hays Group Projects Abroad to Tanzania

Planed, recruited, and administered a five-week urban design program for 63 participants from the US and Tanzania. Managed budget and reported to federal grant funders.

Spring 1997     Program Assistant, Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc)

I assisted filmmaker Luciano Rigolini who was conducting a film module at SCI-Arc’s campus in Vico Morcote, Switzerland. (I was on secondment from Studio Wagner.)

Fall 1995           Teaching Assistant, Virginia Tech, College of Architecture & Urban Studies

Helped prepare lecture materials for the ‘Parameters in Architecture’ course.

Summer 1995   Assistant Director, Camp Holiday Trails, Charlottesville, VA

Hired, trained, and supervised a staff of 18 members during a 7-week residential camp for children with special health needs. Scheduled all day and evening programs.

1994-1995       Lecturer, Full-Time, Virginia Tech, College of Architecture and Urban Studies

In this one-year appointment, I assisted teaching staff, conducted workshops, and organized a 2-credit module on film and animation in architecture.

Industry Positions

1999-2013       Architect and Sole Practitioner (Full-Time 1999-2000; Part-Time 2000-2013),

ReConstruct Design/Build, Portsmouth, VA

I was a practicing architect specializing in residential new construction and renovation in historic districts. Work included adaptive reuse and cultural preservation and strengthened my expertise as a city Commissioner for Architecture Review.

1998-1999       Architectural Designer, Tymoff+Moss Architects, Norfolk, VA

I was involved in all phases of design for school, library, office, and residential projects, including a $7 million medical school library where I took part in: securing the project, schematic design, design development, preparation of construction documents, bidding and negotiation, and construction administration by serving as the architect’s representative on-site during construction.

1996-1997       Architect, Studio Wagner, Carona, Switzerland

I was involved in the high-detail custom design of residential projects throughout Switzerland, (both renovation and new-construction) in German, French, and Italian-speaking regions.

1995-1996       Program Support Technician, Virginia Tech

I coordinated events and produced graphics for conferences and accreditation visits at the College of Architecture and Urban Studies. I also designed and researched content for an Internet website for the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.

Professional Registrations                         

2009, LEED Accredited Professional, United States Green Building Council

2005, Registered Architect, Commonwealth of Virginia, #0401011725

200, Council Record Holder, National Council of Architectural Registration Boards, #104024

Professional Memberships                                                 

I have been admitted to the following professional organizations:

National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB #104024, active)

American Institute of Architects (AIA #30402443)

Society for Research I Higher Education (SRHE)

American Educational Research Association (AERA #709009)

Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA)

Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE)

Society of College and University Planners (SCUP)

International Society of Educational Planners (ISEP)

Congress on the New Urbanism (CNU)

East Beach Design Professionals Guild (Norfolk, VA)

 

Honors and Awards

2018, Appointed Visiting Professor at London South Bank University

2017, Appointed Visiting Professor at University College London (five-year appointment)

2016, Award for Outstanding Contributions; DIT’s Access and Civic Engagement

2014, Marie Curie Fellow; International Incoming Fellowship Program

2012, Fulbright Fellow; Fulbright Core Scholars Program

2012-13, Sabbatical Leave from Hampton University

2013, Scholar in Residence for the University of Oregon’s Architecture and Art History

Study Abroad program in Rome

2013, Fulbright Inter-Country Lecturing Program to Belgium (Leuven and Brussels)

2013, Fulbright Inter-Country Lecturing Program to Portugal (Setúbal, Lisbon, Aveiro, Minho)

2013, Fulbright Inter-Changes solo-artist photography exhibition (Dublin)

2012, US Department of State, Fulbright Alumni (Life Member)

2010, Outstanding Dissertation Award from International Society for Educational Planning

2010, Award of Merit in the category of Research from the Mississippi Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects

2010, Dean’s Award for Excellence, School of Education at William and Mary

2010, Earned Honors on Comprehensive Exams, College of William and Mary

2010, Exhibited, juried exhibition “Exposed” at the Mayer Fine Art Gallery, Norfolk, VA

2010, Exhibited, juried exhibition “Square City,” Ponshop art gallery, Fredericksburg, VA

2009, Inducted into Kappa Delta Pi Education Honor Society

2007, Honorable Mention, Saint Louis AIA Photography Competition

2004, Semi-Finalist, ArchVoices Essay Competition

1996, Second Place, Virginia Masonry Society Competition

1993, Outstanding Student, Virginia Tech College of Architecture & Urban Studies

2012, US Department of State, Fulbright Alumni (Life Member)

1994, International 4-H Youth Exchange Alumni (Life Member)

1993, Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society (Life Member)

1992, Tau Sigma Delta Honor Society for Architecture & Allied Arts (Life Member)

1988 , Virginia 4-H All Stars (Life Member)

 

Grant- and Donor-Funded Projects

2017, Marie Curie Individual Fellowship, secured €183,454.80 grant from the European Union’s H2020 MSCA program (primary author) for the project “Designing Engineers: Harnessing the Power of Design Projects to Spur Cognitive and Epistemological Development of STEM Students,” call H2020-MSCA-IF-2016 (primary author)

2017, Coordination and Support Action Energy grant, assisting with €1.26 million grant (co-investigator and member of DIT team, a core partner in the BIMCert consortium) from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 program to develop training methods and materials to upskill the entire construction supply chain to utilize BIM tools and processes to achieve EU energy targets.

2016, Proposal preparation support, €12,500 grant from Enterprise Ireland (author/PI)

2016, Proposal preparation support, €10,375 grant from Enterprise Ireland (author/PI)

2016, Robo Bridge–Employing RoboSlam as undergrad-led STEAM ‘bridge’ to promote careers in engineering among under-represented minorities, €1,200 grant from DIT Foundation (co-author)

2016, The DIT Pasta Bridge Competition, €1,000 grant from the DIT Foundation (co-investigator)

2015, Learning, Teaching, and Assessments Project, secured €2,000 from Dublin Institute of Technology, Learning Teaching and Technology Center (lead author)

2014, Marie Curie Incoming International Fellowship, secured €254,637.80 grant from the European Union’s FP7 Program (primary author)

2014, Laser cutter to support RoboSlam activities, secured €10,000 grant from the EBS (co-author)

2013, Bringing Theory to Practice, conducted work on $1000 grant funded by the Association of American Colleges and Universities (co-investigator)

2012, Fulbright Core Scholar Grant, secured €40,000 grant. Selected and financed by the (1) Council for International Exchange of Scholars, (2) Fulbright Commission in Ireland, and (3) Dublin Institute of Technology (PI)

2012, Learning, Teaching, and Assessments Project, secured €2,500 from Dublin Institute of Technology, Learning Teaching and Technology Center (co-PI)

2010, Secured direct funding of $9,000 from Daryl & Robert Davis Foundation (co-PI)

2010, Secured donation of paintings from Howard and Marion Clayton (PI)

2009, Secured direct funding of $14,000 and in-kind support of $40,000 from Marilyn and Ray Gindroz Foundation (PI)

2009, Secured direct funding of $10,000 from Daryl & Robert Davis Foundation (PI)

2008, Secured $8,000 Grant in collaboration with Virginia Tech from the National Science Foundation (local PI)

2008, Secured direct funding of $10,000 and in-kind support of $40,000 from the Marilyn and Ray Gindroz Foundation (PI)

2008, Received Helen Ridgely Kennedy Travel Scholarship of $300 (PI)

2007, Received Christopher Wren Association Scholarship of $2500 (PI)

2007, Received $9,700 Education Grant from the Hampton University Faculty Enrichment Program (PI)

2004, Secured $75,000 Fulbright-Hays Group Projects Abroad Grant from the United States Department of Education (PI)

2003, Secured $3,000 Grant (Lead PI, Primary Author), The Graham Foundation for the Fine Arts

2002, Secured $20,000 Traveling Studio Grant, ROTCH Foundation (PI)

2002, Secured $1,000 Travel Grant, Virginia Tidewater Regional International Project (PI)

2002-6, Assisted in conducting two grants totaling $450,000 (co-investigator) from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development: HBCU Grant

2001, Assisted in writing and conducting $25,000 Grant (co-investigator), Fannie Mae Foundation

2000, Assisted in conducting $25,000 Grant (co-investigator) from the Fannie Mae Foundation

Publications

Dissertation/Theses

CHANCE, S. M. (2010). University leadership in energy and environmental design: How postsecondary institutions use the LEED® green building rating system. Ph.D. dissertation, The College of William and Mary (Williamsburg, Virginia).                                                     

CHANCE, S. M. (1996). Re-Dwelling: A housing proposal for Maggia, Switzerland. Master’s thesis, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Blacksburg, Virginia).

CHANCE, S. M. (1993). Light, time, memory: A center for the study of light on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Bachelor’s thesis, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Blacksburg, Virginia).

Edited Volumes

CHANCE, S., Williams, B., Adams, R. S., Fleming, L. N., Goldfinch, T., & Turns, J. A. (Eds.). (forthcoming, 2019). Special focus issue on using design projects to spur cognitive development of students in science and engineering n the IEEE Transactions on Education.

CHANCE, S., Bottomly, L., Panetta, K., & Williams, B. (Eds.). (November, 2018). Special focus issue on gender in engineering in the IEEE Transactions on Education.

CHANCE, S. M. (Ed.). (2006). Not white: Diversity in beginning design education. Proceedings of the 20th National Conference on the Beginning Design Student. Hampton, VA: Hampton University Urban Institute.

CHANCE, S. M. (Ed.). (2004). Envisioning Portsmouth: Paths and parks for living, learning and playing. Portsmouth, VA: City of Portsmouth Department of Planning and Zoning. (Monograph of Student Proposals.)

CHANCE, S. M. (Ed.). (2004). ROTCH Foundation Traveling Studio to South Africa. Hampton, VA: Hampton University Urban Institute.

Blog Sites

CHANCE, S. (2012-present). Ireland by Chance: Research Adventures in Ireland and the UK. http://www.IrelandByChance.com showcasing research and fellowship activities

Burke, T., CHANCE, S., Berry, D., & Duignan, F. (2012-present). RoboSlam: Robot-building for Beginners. Roboslam.com showcasing outreach activities I do with my colleagues in electrical engineering.

CHANCE, S. (2014-present). Chance Reflections. http://www.ChanceReflections.com showcasing photographic images of urban locations around the world.

Book Chapters

CHANCE, S. M. (forthcoming). Problem-Based Learning: Use in Engineering Disciplines. In Amey, M. J. & David, M. E. (Eds.). The SAGE Encyclopedia of Higher Education, 5v. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

CHANCE, S. M. (2016). Inciting Grassroots Change. In V.C.X. Wang, & P. Cranton (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Strategic Leadership and Management. Advances in Educational Marketing, Administration, & Leadership Series. IGI Global.

Murphy, M., CHANCE, S. M., & Conlon, E., (2015). Designing the Identities of Engineers. In S. H. Christensen, C. Didier, A. Jamison, M. Meganck, C. Mitcham, B. Newberry (Eds.). Engineering in Context: Engineering Identities, Values, and Epistemologies. Springer.

CHANCE, S. M., & Cole, J. T. (2014). Designing Buildings to Enhance Performance and Learning. In T. C. Chan, K. E. Lane, & M. D. Richardson (Eds.). Marketing the Green School: Form, Function, and the Future. Advances in Educational Marketing, Administration, and Leadership (AEMAL) Book Series. IGI Global.

CHANCE, S. M. (2014). Bringing It All Together through Group Learning. In P. Eddy (Ed.). Connecting Learning Across the Institution. New Directions for Higher Education.

CHANCE, S. M. (2008). Housing Trends Past and Present. The handbook of long-term health care administration and policy, C. M. Mara & L. K. Olson (Eds.). Boca Raton, FL: Taylor and Francis.

CHANCE, S. M. (2008). Housing Types and Design. The handbook of long-term health care administration and policy, C. M. Mara & L. K. Olson (Eds.). Boca Raton, FL: Taylor and Francis.

CHANCE, S. M. (2003). Hampton University Brings Color to Architecture. 20 on 20/20 Vision. In L. Kiisk (Ed.). Boston Society of Architects. pp. 98-101.

Peer-Reviewed Journals

CHANCE, S. M., Maguire, R., Eddy, P. L., & Gleeson-Mills, A. (in press). National STEM educational policies: Their relation to girls’ experiences in physics across Europe and to the engineering pipeline. Policy Reviews in Higher Education.

CHANCE, S. M., Duffy, G., & Bowe, B. (in press). Comparing grounded theory and phenomenology as methods to understand lived experience of engineering educators implementing Problem-Based Learning. European Journal of Engineering Education.

CHANCE, S., Bottomly, L., Panetta, K., & Williams, B. (Eds.). (November, 2018). Guest Editorial Special Issue on Increasing the Socio-Cultural Diversity of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Related Fields. IEEE Transactions on Education, (61)4, 261-264.

CHANCE, S. M., Marshall, J., & Duffy, G. (2016). Using architecture design studio pedagogies to enhance engineering education. International Journal of Engineering Education, (32)1B, 364-383.

CHANCE, S. M. (2012). Planning for environmental sustainability: Learning from LEED and the USGBC. Planning for Higher Education, 41(1).

CHANCE, S. M. (2010). Strategic by design: Iterative approaches to educational planning. Planning for Higher Education, 38(2), 40-54.

Seymour, M. W., & CHANCE, S. M. (2010). Assessment formats. The International Journal of Learning, 17(10), 137-154.

Seymour, M. W., CHANCE, S. M., & Walker, J. (2010). Practice makes practitioner: The role of peer and self evaluations in design education. Design Principles & Practice: An International Journal.

CHANCE, S. M., & Williams, B. (2009). Assessing university strategic plans: A tool for consideration. Educational Planning: The Journal of the International Society for Educational Planning, 18(1), 38-54.

Fisler, J., Agati, H. A., CHANCE, S. M., Donahue, G. A., Eickhoff, E. J., Hack, A. E., Gastler, S. E. K., Lowder, J. C., & Foubert, J. D. (2009). Keeping (or losing) the faith: Reflections on spiritual struggles and their resolution by college seniors. The College Student Affairs Journal, 27(2), 257-274.

CHANCE, S. M. (2008). Proposal for using a studio format to enhance institutional advancement. International Journal of Educational Advancement, 8(3/4), 111-125.

CHANCE, S. M. (2008). Gehry’s Vision (photograph). ‘09 Architecture. American Architectural Foundation and St. Louis AIA: Rizzoli.

CHANCE, S.M. & Mosha, L. (2006). Keeping the place: A methodology for culture-specific design with a case study in Tanzania. Diversity in Design: The Journal of Inclusive Design Education, Article 006.

CHANCE, S. M. (2004). Architectural registration and its diversity vortex. Crit: Journal of the American Institute of Architecture Students, 58, 36-40.

Peer-Reviewed Conference Papers

CHANCE, S. M. & Williams, W. (2018). Middle Eastern Women’s Experiences of Collaborative Learning in Engineering in Ireland. International Conference on Interactive Collaborative Learning (ICL) in Kos Island, Greece.

CHANCE, S. M. & Direito, I. (2018). Preliminary findings of a systematic review of doctoral theses in engineering education that have used phenomenological methods. European Society for Engineering Education (SEFI) conference in Copenhagen, Denmark.

CHANCE, S. M. & Williams, W. (2018). Preliminary findings of a phenomenological study of Middle Eastern women’s experiences studying engineering in Ireland. American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) conference in Salt Lake City, Utah.

CHANCE, S. M. & Duffy, G. (2018). A model for spurring organizational change based on faculty experiences working together to implement Problem-Based Learning. American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) conference in Salt Lake City, Utah.

CHANCE, S. M., Williams, W., & Wagner, A. (2017). A longitudinal study of Middle Eastern women’s experiences studying engineering abroad. UK & Ireland Engineering Education Research Network Symposium 2017 in London.

Sheridan, D., Ní Fhloinn, E., Beagon, Ú., & CHANCE, S. M. (2017). Form, Function or Fiction: Gender and Diversity in Engineering Programmes in Ireland. European Society for Engineering Education (SEFI) conference in Tampere, Finland.

Stacey, P., Looby, M., Barry, D., & Chance, S. (2016). Reflections on the Adaptation of DIT’s RoboSumo Robot-Building Initiative within ITB’s Module on Professional Development for Engineers. Presented at the Higher Education in Transition Symposium, November 2 – 4, 2016 in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada.

CHANCE, S. M., Bowe, B. & Duffy, G. (2016). Policy Implications of Irish Women’s Experiences in STEM Education. Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) conference in Columbus, Ohio.

CHANCE, S. M., & Williams, B. (2016). A phenomenological study of women’s experiences of receiving family support when studying STEM subjects at technical institutes in Ireland and Portugal. European Society for Engineering Education (SEFI) conference in Tampere, Finland.

CHANCE, S. M., Duffy, G. & Bowe, B. (2016). A phenomenological study of ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­lecturers’ experiences using Problem-Based Learning to transform engineering education. American Educational Research Association (AERA) conference.

CHANCE, S. M., Eddy, P., & Bowe, B. (2016). Implications for education policy: A comparative study of women’s experiences in engineering and physics education in Ireland and Poland. Joint conference of Irish Social Sciences Platform (ISSP) and National Economic and Social Council (NESC) in Dublin.

CHANCE, S. M., Berry, D., Burke, T., & Duignan, F. (2016). RoboSlam for engineering educators: A workshop for learning to facilitate robot-building workshops. Joint conference of Project Approaches in Engineering Education/Active Learning in Engineering in Guimarães, Portugal.

CHANCE, S. M., Berry, D., Stacey, P., Burke, T., Duignan, F., & Hays, R. (2016). RoboSlam: Spreading knowledge on robotics from DIT to ITB and across Ireland. Poster presentation at the 7th Living Knowledge Conference in Dublin, Ireland.

CHANCE, S. M., & Bowe, B. (2015). Influence of collaborative learning on women’s experiences of engineering education. Research in Engineering Education Society (REES) conference.

Beagon, U., Burke, T., *CHANCE, S., Farrell, F., & McGrory, J. (2015). Using theory to improve design instruction in a new common first-year programme for engineers. European Society for Engineering Education (SEFI). *corresponding author

O’Flaherty, M., CHANCE, S. M., & Farrell, F. C. (2105). Introducing new engineering students to mechanical concepts through an “Energy Cube” project. Project Approaches in Engineering Educators (PAEE) conference.

Farrell, F. C., CHANCE, S. M., & O’Flaherty, M. (2105). An Energy Cube project for teaching engineering design process. International Conference on Engineering and Product Design Education (EPDE).

CHANCE, S. M., & Bowe, B. (2014). To stay or leave? A plan for using phenomenology to explore gender and the role of experiential learning in engineering. Proceedings of the 42st Conference of the European Society for Engineering Education (SEFI). Birmingham, UK.

CHANCE, S. M., & O’Rourke, P. (2014). Promoting environmental sustainability by fostering a culture of material ethics. International Conference on Engineering and Product Design Education.

CHANCE, S. M., Duffy, G., Bowe, B., Murphy, M., & Duggan, T. (2013). A model for transforming engineering education through group learning. Proceedings of the International Conference on Engineering and Product Design Education. Dublin, Ireland.

CHANCE, S. M., Murphy, M. Duffy, G., & Bowe, B. (2013). Using architecture pedagogy to enhance engineering education. Proceedings of the 4th International Research Symposium on Problem-Based Learning. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

CHANCE, S. M., Duffy, G., Bowe, B., & Murphy, M. (2013). Learning from learning groups. Proceedings of the 41st Conference of the European Society for Engineering Education (SEFI). Leuven, Belgium.

Burke, T., Berry, D., & CHANCE, S. M. (2013). Reaching new audiences through “RoboSlam!” workshops. Proceedings of the 41st Conference of the European Society for Engineering Education (SEFI). Leuven, Belgium.

Duffy, G., Burke, T., CHANCE, S. M., Bowe, B., Howard, R. (2013). Student experiences of a Project-Based Learning module. Proceedings of the 41st Conference of the European Society for Engineering Education (SEFI). Leuven, Belgium.

CHANCE, S. M., Eddy, P. L., Duffy, G., Bowe, B., & Harvey, J. (2013). Policies that enhance learning and teaching. Proceedings of the World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology; International Conference on Higher Education. Paris, France.

CHANCE, S. M. (2013). Prompting reflective design through writing. Abstract. All Ireland Architectural Research Group conference in Limerick, Ireland.

CHANCE, S. M., & Duffy, G. (2013). Perspectives on epistemological development and architecture. Abstract. All Ireland Architectural Research Group conference in Limerick, Ireland.

CHANCE, S. M. (Sept. 2012). Rubric for assessing epistemological development of students who are learning design. 40th Conference of the European Society for Engineering Education (SEFI). Thessaloniki, Greece.

Duffy, G., CHANCE, S. M., & Bowe, B. (Sept. 2012). Improving engineering students’ design skills in a project-based learning course by addressing epistemological issues. 40th Conference of the European Society for Engineering Education (SEFI). Thessaloniki, Greece.

CHANCE, S. M., Marshall, J., & Barber, J. P. (2012). Learning outcomes from a multidisciplinary, hands-on, think tank. In J. La Coe (Ed.). Proceedings: Realizing the sustainable imagination (43-51). University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University. Presented at 28th National Conference on the Beginning Design Student.

CHANCE, S. M., Marshall, J., & Barber, J. P. (2012). Using Problem-Based Learning to foster student development. 2012 Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy: Proceedings (69-70). Blacksburg, VA: Virginia Tech.

CHANCE, S. M. (2011). Tracking the Use of LEED® in Facilities for Higher Education. International Society for Educational Planning 2010 Yearbook.

CHANCE, S. M. (2011). An Rx for ailing suburbs. In D. Cobb, et al. (Eds.). Urban/Suburban Identity: Proceedings of the 2010 ACSA Fall Northeast Regional Conference (90-105). Hartford, CT: University of Hartford. Presented at the ACSA Regional Conference.

CHANCE, S. M. (2011). Building green on campus: Planning for environmental sustainability. Poster presentation at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) conference in New Orleans, LA.

CHANCE, S. M. (2010). Writing architecture: The role of process journals in architectural education. MADE: Design education and the art of making (160-170). Charlotte, NC: College of Arts + Architecture. 26th National Conference on the Beginning Design Student in Charlotte, NC.

CHANCE, S. M. (2010). How universities use the LEED Green Building Rating system. Abstract. Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE), Denver, CO.

CHANCE, S. M. (2010). Advantages of using the LEED® green building rating system to enhance university operations. Abstract. American Institute of Higher Education 4th International Conference in Williamsburg, VA.

Seymour, M. W., CHANCE, S. M., & Murdock, J. (2009). Feedback: An examination of student preference in design studio courses. Presented at the national conference of the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (CELA) by M. W. Seymour. Also presented in the Hampton University Department of Architecture Lecture Series by S. Chance.

CHANCE, S. M. (2009). Iterative approaches to planning and strategizing: Learning from the architectural studio model. The value of design: Design is at the core of what we teach and practice (738-747). Washington, DC: ACSA. Presented at the ACSA national conference in Portland, OR.

CHANCE, S. M. (2008). Rubrics for providing feedback in architectural education. Abstract. 24th National Conference on the Beginning Design Student in Atlanta, GA.

Iverson, K. & CHANCE, S. M. (2007). The regenerative rebuilding strategy for sustainable coastal communities: An architectural thesis and case study of rebuilding post-tsunami Sri Lanka. Fresh air: Proceedings of the 95th ACSA annual meeting in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (576-582). Washington, DC: ACSA. Presented at the ACSA national conference in Philadelphia, PA.

CHANCE, S. M. (2005). Beginning with site in architectural education. A Beginner’s Mind (59-64). In S. Temple (Ed.). San Antonio, TX: University of Texas. Presented at the 21st National Conference on the Beginning Design Student in San Antonio, TX.

CHANCE, S. M. (2005). East Africa’s Swahili Architecture and Culture. Abstract. Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture conference in Clemson, SC.

CHANCE, S. M. (2004). Retaining place: Methodology for culture-specific design. Land, Culture, Practice (115-125). In M. Blizard & V. Canizaro (Eds.). San Antonio, TX: University of Texas. Presented at a regional ASCA conference in San Antonio, TX.

CHANCE, S. M. & Mosha, L. (2003). Keeping the place: Methodology for culture-specific design related to the changing form of housing compounds in Tanzania. Proceedings (108-116). Washington, DC: ACSA. Presented at the ACSA national conference in Louisville, KY.

CHANCE, S. M. (2003). The architect’s role in housing. Proceedings for the W.E.B. DuBois Housing Conference (75-79). Atlanta, GA: The Southern Center for Studies in Public Policy. Presented at Clark Atlanta University in Atlanta, GA.

CHANCE, S. M. (2003). Redefining architectural education at an HBCU (Historically Black College / University). Proceedings (292-297). Washington, DC: ACSA. Presented at the ACSA national conference in Louisville, KY.

CHANCE, S. M. & George, A. B. (2003). Urban waterfront design in the second year studio. Unstaked territories: Frontiers in beginning design (89-91). Stillwater, OK: Oklahoma State University. Presented by B. George at the 19th National Conference on the Beginning Design Student.

CHANCE, S. M. (2002). Redefining architectural education at a Historically Black College / University. Abstract. Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture conference in Atlanta, GA.

CHANCE, S. M. (2001). Redefining architectural education at an HBCU. Confluences (58-62). Fayetteville, AR: University of Arkansas. Presented at a regional ASCA conference in Memphis, TN.

Massie (CHANCE), S. (2000). Understanding homelands through a comparison of cultures. Proceedings (526). Seoul, Korea: The Presidential Commission on the New Millennium in Korea. Presented at the World Congress on Environmental Design for the New Millennium in Seoul, Korea.

Massie (CHANCE), S. (2000). Understanding homelands through a comparison of cultures. Homelands (142-147). Charlotte, NC: University of North Carolina. Presented at a regional ASCA conference in Charlotte, NC.

Massie (CHANCE), S. (2000). ReDwelling: A housing proposal for Maggia, Switzerland. Homelands (173-174). Charlotte, NC: University of North Carolina. Faculty Design Project presented at a regional ASCA conference in Charlotte, NC.

Invited (Non-Reviewed/Non-Conference) Publications  

Cuker, B., & CHANCE, S. M. (2010, December 26). Green aesthetic: Seeing beauty in clotheslines and weeds. Daily Press.

CHANCE, S. M. (2004). Architect—Visionary or order filler? ResearchWorks: A Bridge Linking Housing Research and Practice, 1(3), 5-7. Washington, DC: United States Department of Housing and Urban Development.

CHANCE, S. M. (2004). HU to host national diversity conference. The Eagle and Column, 1(4). C. M. Ueltschey (Ed.). American Institute of Architects Hampton Roads Chapter.

Chance, S. (2003). Architect: Visionary or order filler? The Eagle and Column, 1(3), 8-9. C. M. Ueltschey (Ed.). American Institute of Architects Hampton Roads Chapter.

CHANCE, S. M. (2003). HU: Forerunner in architectural diversity. The Eagle and Column, 1(2). C. M. Ueltschey (Ed.). American Institute of Architects Hampton Roads Chapter.

Workshops and Invited Presentations Delivered

United Kingdom

CHANCE, S. M. (2019). Learning theories in engineering: A US perspective on student development. A class session for UCL’s new MSc in Engineering and Education.

CHANCE, S. M. (2018). Summary of National STEM Educational Policies in Relation to Girls’ Experiences in Physics in Europe and into the Engineering Pipeline. Society for Research in Higher Education conference 2018 in Newcastle, UK.

Direito, I., Malik, M., & CHANCE, S. M. (2018). Conducting Systematic Literature Reviews in Engineering Education Research. Workshop to the UK & Ireland Engineering Education Research Network (EERN) annual conference 2018 in Portsmouth.

Leão, C. P., Soares, F., Williams, B., & CHANCE, S. (2018). Challenges, experiences and advantages in being a female engineering student: voices in the first person. Presentation at the UK & Ireland Engineering Education Research Network (EERN) annual conference 2018 in Portsmouth

CHANCE, S. M. (2018). Implications for Irish policy of women’s experiences in STEM education in Ireland, Poland, and Portugal. UK & Ireland EERN Spring Colloquium 2018 in Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

CHANCE, S. M. (2018). Supporting diverse students: Findings from a longitudinal study of female engineering students in three countries. Lunch seminar for UCL’s Centre for Engineering Education in London.

CHANCE, S. M. (2015). STEMettes lecture and workshop, in London, UK..

South Africa

Akinmolayan, F. & CHANCE, S. M. (2018). Facilitating group & Problem-Based Learning in the context of engineering education. Two-day Master class conducted for the University of Cape Town’s Engineering Education Existing Staff Capacity Enhancement Programme.

Denmark

Edström, K., Bernhard, J., van den Bogaard, M., Benson, L., Finelli, C., CHANCE, S. M., & Lyng, R. (2018). Reviewers, reviewers, reviewers! Workshop at the European Society for Engineering Education (SEFI) 2018 annual conference in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Edström, K., Bernhard, J., De Laet, T., & others including CHANCE, S. M. (2018). Doctoral Symposium. One-day pre-conference workshop at the European Society for Engineering Education (SEFI) 2018 annual conference in Copenhagen, Denmark.

De Laet, T., Williams, B., & others including CHANCE, S. M. (2018). Engineering Education Research. Workshop by EER Working Group at the European Society for Engineering Education (SEFI) 2018 annual conference in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Portugal

CHANCE, S. M. (2017). Invited speaker/panelist, Ibero American Association of Engineering Education Institutions (ASIBEI) conference in Setúbal, Portugal.

CHANCE, S. M. (2015). Ph.D. viva panel at Instituto Superior Técnico (IST).

CHANCE, S. M. (2013). Round-Table Talk at Setubal Polytechnic Institute (IPS).

CHANCE, S. M. (2013). Tools for assessing design students’ cognitive development. Presentation at Instituto Superior Técnico (IST).

CHANCE, S. M. (2013). The use of staff learning groups to transform engineering education. Presentation at the University of Aveiro.

CHANCE, S. M. (2013). Learning together. Presentation at the University of Minho.

Sweden

CHANCE, S. M. (2016). Building a research environment in engineering education at the School of Engineering, KTH, Royal Institute of Technology, in Stockholm.

Poland

CHANCE, S. M. (2016). STEM education and women. Presentation at the 2016 Lean-In STEM conference on “Women’s potential for Science and Technology,” in Warsaw.

Belgium

CHANCE, S. M. (2013). Research paradigms: Filtering what we see and know. Presentation at Katholic University of Leuven.

CHANCE, S. M. (2013). Tools for assessing design students’ cognitive development. Presentation at Katholic University of Leuven.

CHANCE, S. M. (2013). The Fulbright Inter-Country Lecturing Program. Interview recorded with Fulbright Belgium.

Ireland

CHANCE, S. M. (2018). Gender Equality in STEM Education. Presentation delivered at Marie Curie Alumni Association’s Gender Equality Workshop Programme on 3rd December 2018 in Dublin, Ireland.

CHANCE, S. M. (2018). MSCA fellowship experiences. Presentation delivered for Dublin Institute of Technology’s EPA & IUA MSCA Research Information Workshop Programme.

CHANCE, S. M. (2016). Women’s experiences of Engineering Education at DIT. Presentation delivered at Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) in Dublin, Ireland.

CHANCE, S. M. (2016). Weaving Research into Education. Presentation at Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) to delegation from Setubal Polytechnic Institute (IPS), Portugal.

CHANCE, S. M. (2016). Opening address about models of active learning and session activities at the “On Architecture Education” session at the All-Ireland Architectural Research Group conference.

CHANCE, S. M. (2015). Presentation booth at DiscoverResearchDublin night at Trinity College Dublin.

CHANCE, S. M. (2015). STEMettes panel presentation, in Dublin, Ireland.

CHANCE, S. M. (2104, 2015). Fulbright Ireland. Presentations to incoming Fulbright scholars.

CHANCE, S. M. (2014). Marie Curie Fellowship and Research. Presentation at FOCAS institute of DIT.

CHANCE, S. M. (2014). Sustainability & Innovation Panel. Remarks at Grangegoreman Campus of DIT.

CHANCE, S. M. (2014). IIF Phenomenological Study. Seminar to College of Engineering & Built Environment academic staff at DIT, in Ireland.

CHANCE, S. M. (2014). IIF Phenomenological Study. Seminar in the FOCAS Research Institute to scientific researchers at DIT, in Ireland.

CHANCE, S. M. (2013). Inter-Changes: Reflections from Dublin and Beyond. Remarks at University of Notre Dame’s O’Connell House.

CHANCE, S. M. (2013). Learning Together. Presentation at Arcadia University’s center in Dublin, Ireland.

CHANCE, S. M. (2013). Writing in the Education of an Architect. Presentation at the symposium “Writing Architecture” organized by the DIT Architecture Student Association.

CHANCE, S. M. (2012). Learning Together: Student-Centering Architectural Education. Presentation for the Dublin Institute of Technology’s School of Architecture “Schools of Thought” student-organized symposium.

CHANCE, S. M. (2012). Supporting African Cultures through Architecture: A Critical Perspective. Presentation for the Dublin Institute of Technology’s School of Architecture “Schools of Thought” formal lecture series.

CHANCE, S. M. (2012). Transformational Education at the DIT: Potentials of Your 2012-13 Teaching Fellowship. Keynote lecture for the kickoff of Teaching Fellowships by the Learning, Teaching and Technology Center (LTTC) at the Dublin Institute of Technology.

CHANCE, S. M. (2012). A View from the Outside: Transforming Pedagogy at the DIT. Presentation for a College Education Seminar hosted by Dublin Institute of Technology’s College of Engineering and the Built Environment.

CHANCE, S. M. (2012). What Qualifications Should College Teachers Have? Presentation at Irish Learning Innovation Network (LIN) webinar, titled Does your lecturer need to be qualified to teach? Presented via Adobe Connect. Recording available at http://sligoit.adobeconnect.com/p6w5yjtmtn8/

United States

CHANCE, S. M. (2012, 2014, 2015). Using Perry’s Theories to Assess Students’ Cognitive Development. Presentations to post-graduate education class at William and Mary university (delivered via Skype).

CHANCE, S.M. (2014). World of Possibilities: International Adventures for Students and Faculty. Presentation to the faculty of Hampton University.

CHANCE, S.M. (2013). Using Student Development Theory in Research and Practice. Presentation to Student Development class at The College of William and Mary, VA.

CHANCE, S.M. (2013). Learning Together. Presentation for University of Oregon’s Study Abroad Program.

CHANCE, S. M. (2013). Integrating Sustainability into an Educational Planning Course. Presentation to the faculty of Hampton University.

CHANCE, S. M. (2012). Student-Centered, Problem-Based Learning. Presentation to the Hampton University Board of Trustees Academic Affairs Committee. Hampton, VA.

CHANCE, S. M. (2011). Challenges of Policy Implementation. Presentation to Educational Policy class at The College of William and Mary, VA.

CHANCE, S. M. (2011). Student-Centered Problem-Based Learning Pedagogies. Presentation to Faculty of the School of Engineering and Technology at Hampton University, VA.

CHANCE, S. M. (2011). Sustainability as a Unifying Force: Environment + Equity + Economy. Presentation to class on Sustainable Organization at Bridgewater College, VA.

CHANCE, S. M. (2011). LEED© Energy Issues Related to Building Construction at Universities. Poster presentation at the Virginia Council of Graduate Schools Graduate Research Forum in Richmond, VA.

CHANCE, S. M. (2010). Comparison of Cognitive Development of College Students in Studio and Non-Studio Based Design Curricula. Presented at the University of Virginia, Symposium on Women in Architecture.

CHANCE, S. M. (2010). Urban Reflections. Exhibition of photographic work displayed at the University of Virginia, Symposium on Women in Architecture.

CHANCE, S. M. (2010). Understanding the Role of the Historically Black College in Higher Education. Presented to History of Higher Education class, College of William and Mary.

CHANCE, S. M. (2010). Environmental Design. Presented to class on Environmental Ecology at Hampton University.

CHANCE, S. M. (2010). Urban Reflections. Presentation of photographic work to the Hampton Roads AIA at Pecha Kucha event.

CHANCE, S. M. (2009). University LEED®ership in Environmental Sustainability. Presented at a Solar Power Seminar for NASA and the National Institute of Aerospace (NIA). Seminar titled “Innovative Solar-Powered Green Building Design and Environmental Sustainability.”

Phillips, M. & CHANCE, S. M. (2009). Generating knowledge: The power of feedback in design. Presented at Virginia Society AIA, Architecture Exchange East, Richmond, VA.

CHANCE, S. M. (2009). Thinking contextually: Investigating relationships between developmental theories. Presented to class on College Student Development at The College of William and Mary.

CHANCE, S. M. (2009). Emerging approaches in institutional advancement. Introduction of keynote speaker Larry Lauer at the national conference of Academic Library Advancement and Development (ALADN) in Williamsburg, VA.

CHANCE, S. M. (2009). Holistic approaches to sustainability: Promoting health through design. Presented at University of Notre Dame School of Architecture’s conference on Sustainability and the Environment. Also presented at 31st Annual Conference on the Black Family at Hampton University.

CHANCE, S. M. & Cook, D. (2009, 2008, 2007, 2006). Strategies for recreational facility design. Presentation to Facilities Management classes at Hampton University.

CHANCE, S. M. (2008). Maintaining an enthusiasm for teaching: Secrets to success. Opening keynote for the Hampton University Faculty Institute.

CHANCE, S. (2008). Faculty perspective on architectural research. Presented at the Virginia Society AIA, Architecture Exchange East in Richmond, VA.

CHANCE, S. M. (2008). Introduction to Visitability (housing to support aging and mobility). Two presentations at the Congress on the New Urbanism in Austin, Texas.

CHANCE, S. M. (2008). Green building, green architecture, green landscaping: Making your home eco-friendly. Presented at the 30th Annual Conference on the Black Family at Hampton University.

CHANCE, S. M. (2008). Prague’s inside out spaces. Presentation of photographic work to the Hampton Roads AIA at Pecha Kucha event.

Williams, C. & CHANCE, S. M. (2007). Cultural DNA: The revival of historic districts after disasters. Presented by Chela Williams at the Virginia AIA Practice-Academy Summit in Greenbrier, WV.

CHANCE, S. M. (2007). Student applications of the Louisiana Speaks Pattern Book. Presentation at the Congress on the New Urbanism in Philadelphia, PA.

CHANCE, S. M. (2007). Working to make every new house visitable. Presentation to Planning Commissioners in New Kent County, VA.

Mallory, J. & CHANCE, S. M. (2006). Extending the classroom. Presentation to the Hampton University Board of Trustees Academic Affairs Committee. Hampton, VA.

CHANCE, S. M. (2006). Architecture + Ecology. Presentation to Hampton University Marine Biology and Ecology class. Hampton, VA.

CHANCE, S. M. (2005). Swahili architecture and culture programming. Presentation at a regional ACSA conference in Clemson, SC.

CHANCE, S. M. (2004). Accessible housing designs. Presented at project review session of the Congress on the New Urbanism in Pasadena, CA.

CHANCE, S. M. (2004). African architecture. Presented to Hampton University Board of Trustees in Hampton, VA.

CHANCE, S. M. & Sawruk, T. (2004). Welcoming address at the 20th National Conference on the Beginning Design Conference in Hampton, VA.

CHANCE, S. M. (2004). Introduction of keynote speaker Diane Girardo at the 20th National Conference on the Beginning Design Conference in Hampton, VA.

CHANCE, S. (2004). Becoming an Architect. MegaGenisis Career Fair, Newport News, VA.

Grant, B. & CHANCE, S. M. (2003). International architecture programs. Presentation at Hampton University Global Forum in Hampton, VA.

Researchers Supervised

Currently advising one full-time PhD student at LSBU and one part-time PhD student at TU Dublin

Advised 2-5 Master of Architecture thesis students annually (2005-2014)

Advised 2-4 Master of Architecture thesis students annually (1999-2005)

Modules Taught

Post-Graduate – Ph.D., M.Ed. & Ed.D. in Educational Policy, Planning, and Leadership (US & IE)

EPPL751         Colloquium on Educational Planning for Environmental Sustainability

LTTC-PBL      Designing and Facilitating Problem-Based Learning Pedagogies

Post-Graduate – M.Sc. in Building Information Modeling and Management (IE)      

BENV9xxx      Introduction to BIM for Construction Management

BENV9xxx      Introduction to BIM for Cost & Value Management

Post-Graduate – Masters of Architecture (US)

ARC200           Architectural Ecology (i.e., environmental sustainability and passive design)

ARC201           Basic Architectural and Environmental Design I

ARC202           Basic Architectural and Environmental Design II

ARC305           International Travel (Italy)

ARC306           Urban Design Studio

ARC317           Architecture and Environmental Design Theory I

ARC405           Advanced Architectural Design Studio VIII

ARC406           Advanced Architectural Design Studio IX

ARC411           Architecture and Environmental Design Theory II

ARC430           Elective Studio, Disney Imagineering Competition

ARC430           Special Projects in Architecture

ARC430           Travel Prep Seminar (regular and honors levels)

ARC430           Travel Orientation Seminar

ARC430           Study Abroad (Italy; Rome and Tunisia; Prague; Madrid)

Undergraduate – Bachelor of Architecture Technology, Honours (IE)

DT1751           First-year Architecture Technology

Undergraduate – Bachelor of Engineering, Honours (IE)

DT066             Design Projects—RoboSumo (robot design and construction)

DT066             Design Projects—Bridge (design and construction)

DT066             Design Projects—Energy Cube (mechanical design and construction)

DT066             Technical Graphics

Undergraduate – Bachelor of Architecture (US)

ARC102           Graphic Communication / Basic Design II

ARC113           Introduction to Architecture

ARC200           The Physical Environment

ARC201           Basic Architectural and Environmental Design I

ARC202           Basic Architectural and Environmental Design II

ARC406           Urban Design Studio

ARC414           Construction Documents, Codes, and Specifications

ARC430           Urban Design Studio in Tanzania

ARC430           Culture and Language Study in Tanzania

ARC430           Architectural Elective, Utopia in the Hood

ARC430           Special Projects in Architecture

Undergraduate – General Education Program (US)                                            

HUM202H       Humanities (Cultural Connections 1500-present, honors level)

UNV101          The Individual and Life

 

Leadership and Service

Leadership in Publishing

Journal production

  • Associate Editor, IEEE Transactions on Education (2018-present)
  • Editorial Board, European Journal of Engineering Education (2018-present)

Journal reviewer

  • IEEE Transactions on Education (2017-present)
  • European Journal of Engineering Education (2016-present)
  • Journal of Engineering Education (2013-present)

Book reviewer

  • Scribble Architecture, STEM activity book to be published by Usborne Publishing Ltd. (forthcoming)
  • Scribble Engineering, STEM activity book published by Usborne Publishing Ltd. (2018)
  • Independent for Life: Homes and Neighborhoods for an Aging America by Univ. of Texas Press (2011)
  • Marketing the Green School: Form, Function, and the Future published by IGI Global (2014)

 

Leadership in Educational Evaluation

National Architectural Accreditation Board, NAAB (2004-present)

  • Review panel for Interim Progress Reports, national level (2019)
  • Visiting Team Chair, Drury University (2106)
  • Visiting Team Chair, University of Oklahoma (2015)
  • Visiting Team Member, North Dakota State University (2012)
  • Visiting Team Member, Temple University (2011)
  • Visiting Team Member, Cornell University (2010)
  • Visiting Team Member, Judson University (2007)
  • Visiting Team Member, University of Southern California (2005)
  • Visiting Team Member, University of Notre Dame (2004)
  • External evaluator, Fulbright Ireland (2014, 2019)

Evaluator for EU grant proposals, ERASMUS Program (forthcoming 2019)

Evaluator for EU grant proposals, COFUND Doctoral Fellowship Program (2015, 2016, 2017)

Consultant for the Virginia STEAM Academy (2011-2014)

Leadership in Research Events

Governing Board member, global Research on Engineering Education Network, REEN (2018-present)

  • Sub-committee for recruitment and selection of upcoming conference hosts

Nathu Puri Institute at the London South Bank University (2018-present)

  •       PhD student co-supervisor (2018-present)
  • Interview panel for new director of the Institute (2018)
  • Think tank member (2018)

Marie Curie Alumni Association, Ireland chapter organizing committee (2018-present)

Organized booths for EU Researcher Night in Dublin (2014, 2016)

Consultant to project team in The Civil Service Graduate Development Programme 2017-18 in Ireland

Conference paper reviewer

  • Research in Engineering Education Society, REES (2014-present)
  • International Conference on Interactive Collaborative Learning (2018)
  • European Society for Engineering Education, SEFI (2018)
  • Engineering and Product Design Education conference, EPDE (2016)
  • Project Approaches in Engineering Education, PAEE (2013-present)
  • All-Ireland Architectural Research Group (2015, 2016)
  • American Educational Research Association (2011)
  • National Conference on the Beginning Design Student (2003, 2005, 2006)
  • ACSA Central Region Conference (2005)

National Conference on the Beginning Design Student (2003-2012) leader

  • Co-chair, 20th National Conference (2004)
  • Past and Future Chairs [Steering] Committee (2003-2012)

Congress on the New Urbanism leader

  • Accessibility Taskforce Chair (2006-2010)
  • Session Organizer (2006-2010)
  • Panelist (2009, 2010)

 

Professional Leadership in Engineering and Built Environment

Rehabilitation, Engineering and Research Center at University of Buffalo (2006-2014)

  • Professional Advisory Panel
  • Participant in the Universal Design and the Built Environment project

American Institute of Architects (AIA) leader

  • Planning committee for annual lecture (2010)
  • Juror for Sustainable Workforce Housing Competition, Hampton Roads AIA (2007)
  • Moderator of AIA Pod Cast on Alternative Careers in Architecture national AIA (2007)
  • Liaison from Hampton University to Hampton Roads AIA (2006-2009)

Portsmouth Commission of Architectural Review commissioner

  • Chair of Commission (2005)
  • Vice Chair of Commission (2004)
  • Commissioner (2002-2005)

Port Norfolk Civic League (1999-2009)

  • Member and Officer,
  • President, Recording Secretary, Corresponding Secretary, Stabilization Chair
  • Liaison to the Portsmouth Commission of Architectural Review

Guest Juror for Architecture Studio Reviews

  • Dublin Institute of Technology, School of Architecture (2011-2013)
  • University of Virginia, School of Architecture (2010)
  • University of Notre Dame, School of Architecture (2007, 2008, 2009)
  • Tuskegee University, Department of Architecture (2006)
  • Academic Advisory Group for Livable Communities, American Assoc. of Retired Persons (2008-2009)

Mentor, New Horizons Governor’s School (2007)

Architecture Panel Coordinator, Conference on Rebuilding the south in the aftermath of hurricanes Ivan through Katrina at Tuskegee University (2006)

Field Testing, Mechanical and Electrical section of Architectural Registration Examination (2005)

Leadership examples from Hampton University                                     

University Committee on Board Relations (2005-2007; 2013-2014)

Academic Program Assessment Committee (2011)

Chair of Program Review and Accreditation Subcommittee

Search Committee for Director of the University Museum (2010)

Architecture Department NAAB Accreditation Committee (2008-2009)

  • Coordinated course binders and all displays for second year and international programs

Steering Committee for Southern Association of Colleges and Schools re-accreditation visit (2006-2008)

  • Educational Programs Sub-Committee
  • Logistics Sub-Committee

University Committee on Promotion and Tenure

  • Representative of School of Engineering and Technology (2007-2009)
  • At-Large Member (2003-2005)

Department of Architecture

  • Curriculum and Program Assessment Committee
  • Long-Range Planning Committee
  • International Programs Coordinator
  • Coordinator for HU Architecture Forum (on-line blackboard site)
  • Faculty Secretary
  • Student Recruitment Team, Charette Coordinator, Lecture Coordinator
  • University Committee to Interview Fulbright Applicants (2007)

Honors College Capstone committee member (2004-2008)

University Committee on Writing across the Curriculum

Program Committee for the Conference on the Black Family

Committee for Virginia Tidewater Regional International Program (VTRIP)

Recognized for Outstanding Contributions (2003)

 

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