Scholarship of Engineering Education

Scholarship of Engineering Education

The Scholarship of Engineering Education neighborhood is home to experts in pedagogy, field experiences, design of hands-on modules and laboratory exercises, capstone course development and more. We’re ensuring that engineering graduates are well prepared for the 21st century workforce.


Computers and chemistry

Computers and chemistry

UD’s interdisciplinary graduate traineeship provides students with key communication and technical skills needed to address complex, real-world problems.

Orthopedics in action

Orthopedics in action

UD Engineering’s Jenni Buckley develops orthopedics curriculum for high school students.


Lori Pollock

This Alumni Distinguished Professor studies ways to broaden participation in computer science education through formal and informal learning environments.

Jenni Buckley

Buckley, an associate professor of mechanical engineering, studies equity and inclusion in engineering education. She was named to the American Society for Engineering Education’s “40 Under 40” list.

Sarah Rooney

Rooney, an assistant professor of biomedical engineering, develops and assesses instructional methods to prepare the next generation of biomedical engineers and studies inclusive pedagogy. She is a recipient of the Biomedical Engineering Teaching Award from the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE).



The Partner4CS Team is building research-based sustainable models for teacher preparation and support that promote the implementation of the Advanced Placement (AP) Computer Science Principles (CSP) curriculum throughout the Delaware region. Website

Center for Teaching and Assessment of Learning

This center fosters an inclusive culture of evidence-based teaching and learning across the University by inspiring effective teaching and assessment using high-impact strategies, tools, and collaborations. Website