Volume 3 No.3, Fall 1999
Cole, William E.
- William E. Cole, Ph.D, PE, is Associate Professor of Mechanical
Engineering Technology, College of Engineering, Northeastern University.
His research interests are in, computer aided design, computer aided
analysis, industrial process development, and curriculum development for
engineering and engineering technology. He can be reached by e-mail: email@example.com, by fax: (617) 373-2501, or through postal address:
School of Engineering Technology, 120 Snell Engineering Center,
Northeastern University, Boston, Ma. 02115.
- Harry Franz is the Coordinator of the Control and Instrument Electronics
Design Program at the University of Houston-Downtown (UHD) in Houston,
Texas. He has a BSEE and MSEE and holds a current P.E. He has worked in
industry for fifteen years. He is a member of the IEEE and advisor to the
UHD IEEE Student Organization. He is also a member the ASEE and ISA. He has
been very active in the Tau-Alpha-Pi national ET honor society.
Globig, James E.
James E. Globig is an Assistant Professor in the
Engineering Technology Department at the
University of Dayton. He join the University in August 1998.
He combines strong leadership and communication skills with 20 years
of broad-based engineering expertise. Jim
demonstrates an in-depth understanding of the development process through
the utilization of high performance cross-functional teams to execute on
schedule, on budget releases of high quality new products.
He is experienced in both analog and digital electronics.
Kraebber is an Associate Professor in Mechanical Engineering Technology at
Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana.
He has 15 years of industrial experience in engineering, operations
management, and quality. He
primarily teaches courses for the Computer Integrated Manufacturing
Technology program. He is
active in professional societies, and is the President of the CIM in Higher
- Barry M. Lunt is an Associate Professor in Electronics Engineering
Technology (EET) at Brigham Young University (BYU) in Provo, Utah, where he
has taught for 8 years. He holds a BS and an MS in EET from BYU, and a PhD
in Occupational and Adult Education from Utah State University. He and his
wife of 22 years (Catherine) are the parents of 4 children.
Eric Tisdale is an Assistant Professor at Ball State
University in Muncie, Indiana where he teaches electronics, systems control
and drafting in the Manufacturing Engineering Technology program. Eric is
interested in instrumentation, medical applications, computers, simulation
software and data collection. Previously Eric worked in industry for 15
years in the field of instrumentation and control doing both medical and
Tomovic, Cynthia L.
- Cynthia L.Tomovicis a faculty member in the Department of Organizational
Leadership, Purdue University where she teaches courses in organizational
behavior and leadership, international human resource management, and
organizational communications. Bridging her her academic appointment in the
teaching and applied-research focused School of Technology, she is
particularly interested in topics that address quality improvement and
assessment in higher education. University-industry relationships and their
impact on organizational renewal is a special topic of interest.
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