Stephen Secules, Ph.D.
Assistant Research Scientist
Studies equity, diversity & culture in engineering education
Dr. Secules is an Assistant Research Scientist and instructor in the Engineering Education Transformation Institute. His research focuses on equity, diversity, and culture in undergraduate engineering education. He has consistently presented at professional conferences related to engineering education, education research, and anthropology of education, chairing sessions and winning best paper awards at multiple conferences. Dr. Secules has forthcoming publications in the Journal of Engineering Education related to his anthropological work on marginalization in undergraduate engineering classes.
Ph.D., Curriculum and Instruction, University of Maryland, 2017
M.S., Architectural Sciences - Acoustics, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 2008
B.E., Engineering (concentration in signal processing), Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College, 2007
B.A., Engineering Sciences, Dartmouth College, 2007
- Equity, inclusivity, and marginalization in education
- Learning sciences, sociocultural learning theory
- Ethnography and interaction analysis
- Educational culture and interactions in undergraduate engineering education
- Intersectionality in diversity support
Curriculum vitae (PDF)