EIFs have a connecting role in the College: They interact with AE3 staff, departmental colleagues, and others across the College involved in educational innovation to share and unify educational efforts. They also have an innovating role: They identify and pursue new pathways, helping to pave the way for educational change.
“Being an Education Innovation Fellow and working with AE3 has connected me to a network of faculty and staff members in the College of Engineering who are driven to improve education for students. Everyone involved is focused on practical outcomes for students.”
– Dallas Trinkle, Associate Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
The Rose Education Innovation Fellow is a named position for an EIF with exemplary contributions to AE3.