Transition to New Personal Instrumentation in a Flipped Classroom

Kenneth Connor, Dianna Newman, Meghan Deyoe, Jessica Lamendola
2015 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition Proceedings   unpublished
Kenneth Connor is a professor in the Department of Electrical, Computer, and Systems Engineering (ECSE) where he teaches courses on electromagnetics, electronics and instrumentation, plasma physics, electric power, and general engineering. His research involves plasma physics, electromagnetics, photonics, biomedical sensors, engineering education, diversity in the engineering workforce, and technology enhanced learning. He learned problem solving from his father (ran a gray iron foundry), his
more » ... ron foundry), his mother (a nurse) and grandparents (dairy farmers). He has had the great good fortune to always work with amazing people, most recently professors teaching circuits and electronics from 13 HBCU ECE programs and the faculty, staff and students of the SMART LIGHTING ERC, where he is Education Director. He was ECSE Department Head from
doi:10.18260/p.24938 fatcat:6d5ye4ifd5bedp6zjjlmg3yh5a