Division of Professional Practice Faculty members are involved in a variety of research projects to advance the field of cooperative education including:
Corporate Feedback System
Funded by the U.S. Department of Education’s Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE), this project develops a corporate feedback system for use in curricular reform.
For more information about this project, e-mail Cheryl Cates.
Global Education for Engineers
Funded by the National Science Foundation, the purpose of this project is to produce a book collection mapping the emergence and current state of global education for U.S. engineering students through the individual experiences of past and present leaders.
For more information about this project, e-mail Gayle Elliott.
Center Emerging Neuro Technologies
Funded by the National Institutes of Health, this project is focused on developing diagnostic technologies for NeuroEmergencies where information is needed by the physician quickly.
For more information about this project, e-mail Anita Todd.
Project Jump Start
Funded by the American Institute for Architects, this project participates in the holistic notion of architectural education, bringing academic theory and the reality of architectural practice closer together.
For more information about this project, e-mail Alex Christoforidis.