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Dr. Kenneth Reid
Dr. Ken Reid is the Director of First-Year Engineering, Program Director of Engineering Education and an Associate Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering and Computer Science at Ohio Northern University. He received his Ph.D. in Engineering Education from Purdue University in 2009, the seventh person in the nation with this degree. Dr. Reid received the Outstanding Teaching Award from the Illinois/Indiana Section of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) in 2001, the Best Middle School Curriculum award for “The Tsunami Model Eliciting Activity” in 2009 and was named the Herbert F. Alter Chair of Engineering Science in 2010. He is active in engineering within K-12, serving on the JETS and TSA Boards of Directors and 10 years on the IEEE-USA Precollege Education Committee. His research interests include success in first-year engineering, introducing entrepreneurship into engineering and engineering in K-12.
- Director, Freshman Engineering and Associate Professor, ECCS, ONU, September 2009 - present
- Director, Freshman Engineering and Assistant Professor, ECCS, ONU, September 2008 - 2009
- Associate Prof., Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology, Purdue School of Engineering and Technology, IUPUI, Indianapolis, IN 2002-2008
- Assistant Prof., Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology, Purdue School of Engineering and Technology, IUPUI, Indianapolis, IN 1996-2002
- Electronics Engineer, Electronics Manufacturing Productivity Facility, Naval Weapons Support Center, Crane, IN 1989 - 1996
- PhD, Engineering Education, Purdue University, 2009
- MS, Electrical Engineering, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, 1994
- BS, Computer and Electrical Engineering, Purdue University, 1988
- First-Year Engineering courses
- Digital Electronics
- Electronics Manufacturing
- Herbert F. Alter Chair of Engineering, 2010
- Outstanding Middle School Engineering Cirriculum, 2009
- Outstanding Teaching Award, 2001
- Student success in the first year of engineering
- Engineering within K-12 environment
- Digital Electonics (ISBN: 978-1439060001), Robert K. Dueck and Kenneth J. Reid, Delmar Cengage Learning, c. 2012.
- Introduction to Digital Design (ISBN: 1418041025), Kenneth Reid and Robert Dueck, Delmar, c. 2007
- Kenneth J. Reid and John K. Estell, "Incorporation of Poverty Alleviation in Third World Countries in a First-Year Engineering Capstone Course," International Journal of Engineering Education Volume 26, No. 6, 2011, pp. 1273-1280.
- Kenneth Reid and Elaine Cooney, "Implementing Rubrics as Part of an Assessment Plan," International Journal Of Engineering Education, vol. 24, issue 5, 2008
- Kenneth J. Reid, Robin White and Christine North, “Work in Progress: Interdisciplinary International Preprofessional Service within the First-Year Engineering Curriculum,”Frontiers in Education Conference, October 2011.
- Kenneth J. Reid and Eric T. Baumgartner, “Putting the “E” in STEM Teacher Preparation: A Bachelor of Science Degree with a New Engineering Education Major,” Frontiers in Education Conference, October 2011.
- Kenneth J. Reid, Robert Verb and Deb Gallagher, “Algae as a Biofuel: An Interdisciplinary High School Curriculum Incorporating Engineering, Biology and Education,” Frontiers in Education Conference, October 2011.
- Kenneth J. Reid, Sue Montenery and Courtney Hetrick, “An Innovative Interdisciplinary Student Project: Engineering and Nursing,” American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference Proceedings (Interdisciplinary Division), June 2011.