Dr. Cheryl Dugas
|Email: [email protected]|
|School: School of Systems & Enterprises|
|Department: School of Systems and Enterprises|
|Program: Engineering Management|
- PhD, Indiana State University (Educational Technology)
- MS, George Washington University (Computer Science)
- BS, University of New Hampshire (Mathematics)
Dr. Dugas spent the first part of her career in software development and project management at United Technologies, The Washington Post, and several Washington DC area consulting firms. She later turned to teaching and instructional design, and has designed and taught courses in engineering management, computer science, information technology, software engineering, and mathematics.
- M. Ardis and C. Dugas. (Oct 20, 2004). "Test-First Teaching: Extreme Programming Meets Instructional Design in Software Engineering Courses", 34th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference.
- F. Lai, C. Dugas, D. Hofmeister. (Mar 1, 2005). "Designing Effective Instructional Strategies for Online Courses", 16th AACE Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education Conference.
- M. Ardis and C. Dugas. (Oct 19, 2005). "Diversity of Interaction in a Quality Assurance Course", 35th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference.
- S. Chenoweth, M. Ardis, C. Dugas. (Jun 2007). "Adapting Cooperative Learning to Teach Software Architecture in Multiple Role Teams", 114th American Society for Engineering Education Conference.
- C. Dugas. (Oct 22, 2008). "No Computers? No Problem! Active and Cooperative Learning in an Introductory Computer Science Course", 38th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference.
- C. Dugas. (Apr 2005). "The Gender Gap in Higher Education", The Journal for the Liberal Arts and Sciences. 2 (9).
- C. Dugas. (Jul 2006). "Digital Inequality, A Cause for Concern?", The Journal for the Liberal Arts and Sciences. 4 (10).
- C. Dugas. (Dec 2005). "Adopter Characteristics and Teaching Styles of Faculty Adopters and Nonadopters of a Course Management System", Indiana State University. PhD thesis.
- EM 301 Accounting & Business Analysis
- EM 450 Logistics and Supply Chain Management
- E 355 Engineering Economics
- EM 665 Integrated Supply Chain Management
- EM 624 Informatics for Engineering Management