Randy Bowers, Associate Dean, Academic, Faculty of Engineering and Jacqueline Stagner, Undergraduate Programs Coordinator, Faculty of Engineering talk about the assessment of learning outcomes within a curriculum.
Dr. Randy Bowers is an associate professor in Mechanical, Automotive & Materials Engineering, University of Windsor. He is currently providing services as Associate Dean, Academic. Randy has authored and co-authored multiple peer-reviewed scientific papers and presented works at many national and International conferences. He contributions have acclaimed recognition from honourable subject experts around the world. He is actively associated with different societies and academies and his academic career is decorated with several reputed awards and funding. His research interests include Steel & welding in support of North American industry & infrastructure, Engineering education.
Dr. Stagner is the Undergraduate Programs Coordinator within the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Windsor. In this role, she works with faculty members to document students’ achievement of the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) Graduate Attributes for continuous improvement activities and CEAB accreditation. Dr. Stagner has performed detailed curriculum mapping of course learning outcomes within the undergraduate Engineering programs at the University of Windsor. She also teaches undergraduate Engineering courses and is involved in various teaching and learning projects within the Faculty.
Peter provides expertise in the area of multimedia in support of CTL programs, website design, and special events. He has been doing graphic and web design for about 20 years. He is a graduate of Print Journalism and Digital Media from Conestoga College, and Communication, Media and Film from the University of Windsor.
Calum Hotchkiss is a graduate of the University of Windsor's Communication, Media and Film program. He is currently completing his Masters in Fine Arts at the University of Windsor's School of Creative Arts in the Film and Media Arts program.