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January 25th 2016:Creativity and Innovation in Higher Education: A Conversation with Stu Walesh

We live in a time of great bounty in the social sciences and neurosciences in which once mysteries of the mind are being revealed in greater detail in ways that can be acted upon in both practical and educational settings. In this episode, host Dave Goldberg interviews consultant, engineer, author, and educator Stuart G. Walesh about his new book "Introduction to Creativity and Innovation for Engineers" (Pearson Education, 2016) and its implications for engineering education and higher education more generally. Stu has worked in the private sector, is a former Dean of Engineering and faculty

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Stuart G Walesh

Stuart G. Walesh has authored/co-authored six books, written and presented many engineering and education publications and presentations, and led hundreds of workshops and webinars. His most recent book is Introduction to Creativity and Innovation for Engineers (Pearson Education 2016). For over a decade, Stu has been active in the effort to reform the education and early experience of engineers. Stu received a BS in Civil Engineering from Valparaiso University, his MSE from Johns Hopkins University, and a PhD in civil engineering from the University of Wisconsin. His engineering and education work has been recognized with awards from the Consulting Engineers of Indiana, the University of Wi
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