Monthly Archives: July 2014

Come to the House of the Lord. 2 Chronicles 29-30; 32-34

I published another article about select sections of the Old Testament (otherwise known as the Hebrew Bible).  This article is entitled: “Come to the House of the Lord. 2 Chronicles 29-30; 32-34.” Opening paragraph reads: In the days of Ancient Israel … Continue reading

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Researching Engineering Capstone Courses. Part 2

With co-authors Robert Todd and Carl Sorenson, we explored accurate methods for evaluating project-based student work, using the BYU Mechanical Engineering Capstone program as a base for our research.  We presented and published through the American Society of Engineering Educators. … Continue reading

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How Project-Based Learning Helps Increase Learning in Engineering Education

I had the pleasure to work with Rollin Hotchkiss, a gifted scholar and teacher of Civil Engineering at Brigham Young University.  We did a qualitative research study on the value of project-based learning in engineering education to increase student interest, … Continue reading

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Researching Engineering Capstone Courses. Part 1

I’ve had the pleasure of collaborating with the BYU Mechanical Engineering Capstone program.  We surveyed hundreds of alumni of the Capstone program to gauge what was most valuable to them.  We published our work through the American Society of Engineering … Continue reading

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104 Years Ago Today: The Fight of the Century. Jackson vs. Johnson

One of the most widely anticipated, watched, and reported fights of all time took place in Reno, Nevada on July 4, 1910.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_Johnson_(boxer) See the fight here

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