Michelle Clare is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Professional Practice and Experiential Learning (ProPEL) at the University of Cincinnati. Specifically she facilitates one of the university’s mandatory cooperative education programs, teaching and advising chemical engineering co-op students. She has held numerous leadership positions in the field of cooperative education and experiential learning having served on the board of the Ohio Cooperative Education Association (OCEA) the Midwest Cooperative Education Association (MCEIA) and the Cooperative Education and Internship Association (CEIA). She is currently the senior editor of a national publication, Experience Magazine, a trade journal for practitioners in the field of cooperative education and internships and she has presented on the regional, national and international level. Her current area of interest is the development and assessment of learning outcomes for experiential learning programs. Additionally, her professional experience includes marketing for non-profit organizations, business development training and teaching Public Speaking courses.
University/College: Northern Kentucky University
Degree: Bachelor of Arts
University/College: University of Cincinnati
Degree: Master of Arts
Effective Public Speaking
Introduction to Cooperative Education
Cooperative Education for Chemical Engineers