2005 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Engineering education, Engineering management, Design education, Protocol analysis and Quality. Her Engineering education study combines topics in areas such as Engineering ethics, Deep learning, Construct, Set and Process. Her work in Set tackles topics such as Pedagogy which are related to areas like Medical education and Engineering program.
Her Engineering management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Accreditation, Certification and Accreditation and Taxonomy. Her Design education research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Mathematics education and Simulation. Her Quality study deals with Design process intersecting with Argument, Design expertise and Task.
Cynthia J. Atman focuses on Engineering education, Mathematics education, Engineering management, Engineering ethics and Pedagogy. Within one scientific family, Cynthia J. Atman focuses on topics pertaining to Process under Engineering education, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Management science. Cynthia J. Atman frequently studies issues relating to Undergraduate engineering and Mathematics education.
Her work in the fields of Health systems engineering overlaps with other areas such as Teamwork. The concepts of her Engineering ethics study are interwoven with issues in Perspective and Knowledge management. She undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Pedagogy and Scholarship through her research.
Her main research concerns Engineering education, Engineering ethics, Mathematics education, Pedagogy and Reflection. Engineering management covers Cynthia J. Atman research in Engineering education. Cynthia J. Atman combines subjects such as Process, Knowledge management and Teaching learning with her study of Engineering ethics.
Her Process research integrates issues from Situational ethics, Protocol analysis and Domain knowledge. Her Mathematics education study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Undergraduate engineering and Curriculum development. The study incorporates disciplines such as Research design and Proactivity in addition to Pedagogy.
Her primary areas of investigation include Engineering education, Engineering ethics, Design thinking, Pedagogy and Reflection. Specifically, her work in Engineering education is concerned with the study of Engineering education research. Her Engineering ethics research includes themes of Task, Systems engineering and Knowledge management.
Her Design thinking research incorporates elements of Curriculum, User-centered design and Engineering management. Her studies in Pedagogy integrate themes in fields like Institution and Proactivity. Her research in Reflection intersects with topics in Mathematics education, Reflective teaching, Engineering physics and Instructional development.
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Risk Communication: A Mental Models Approach
M. Granger Morgan;Baruch Fischhoff;Ann Bostrom;Cynthia J. Atman.
Engineering Design Processes: A Comparison of Students and Expert Practitioners
Cynthia J. Atman;Robin S. Adams;Monica E. Cardella;Jennifer Turns.
Journal of Engineering Education (2007)
A comparison of freshman and senior engineering design processes
Cynthia J Atman;Justin R Chimka;Karen M Bursic;Heather L Nachtmann.
Design Studies (1999)
Engineering education and the development of expertise
Thomas A. Litzinger;Lisa R. Lattuca;Roger G. Hadgraft;Wendy C. Newstetter.
Journal of Engineering Education (2011)
Educating effective engineering designers: the role of reflective practice
Robin S Adams;Jennifer Turns;Cynthia J Atman.
Design Studies (2003)
Characteristics of Freshman Engineering Students: Models for Determining Student Attrition in Engineering
Mary Besterfield-Sacre;Cynthia J. Atman;Larry J. Shuman.
Journal of Engineering Education (1997)
Concept maps for engineering education: a cognitively motivated tool supporting varied assessment functions
J. Turns;C.J. Atman;R. Adams.
IEEE Transactions on Education (2000)
The future of engineering education
L.J. Shuman;C.J. Atman;E.A. Eschenbach;D. Evans.
frontiers in education conference (2002)
Defining the outcomes: a framework for EC-2000
M. Besterfield-Sacre;L.J. Shuman;H. Wolfe;C.J. Atman.
IEEE Transactions on Education (2000)
COMMUNICATING RISK TO THE PUBLIC
W. Granger Morgan Baruch Fischhoff;Ann Bostrom;Lester Lave;Cynthia Atman.
Environmental Science & Technology (1992)
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