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Jeremi London

Assistant Professor
Faculty, POLY Campus, Mailcode 2180
Biography

Dr. Jeremi London is an Assistant Professor of Engineering in the Polytechnic School within the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University. London is committed to advancing engineering education through teaching, scholarship and service. She teaches classes in two programs: Engineering Education Systems & Design PhD Program, and the Engineering/Manufacturing Engineering undergraduate programs.

Apart from teaching foundational undergraduate engineering courses like statistics and use-inspired design, she also designs and teaches graduate courses in ASU’s news Engineering Education Systems and Design (EESD) PhD program. For her, teaching and scholarship are connected. She leads the RISE (Research & Impact in STEM Education) Research Group (www.impactfulresearch.com)— an interdisciplinary team that conducts mixed methods research on the impact of STEM education research; instructional change in engineering education; assessing learning in using cyberlearning environments; and broadening the participation of underrepresented groups in engineering and computer science. 

To this end, she also leads and is a collaborator on several externally-funded projects related to her areas of interest—many of which have led to recognition in a variety of forms. London was awarded the Best Overall Paper Award at the 2015 Australasian Association for Engineering Education (AAEE) conference for a paper entitled, The Beginning of a Scholarly Conversation on Impact in Engineering Education: Summarizing the Three Difficulties with Studying Research Impact; and the Best Teaching Paper Award by the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Division at the annual 2017 ASEE conference. London also received the 2017 Poly Faculty Teaching Excellence Award from The Polytechnic School for her innovative pedagogical approach to teaching engineering statistics. Finally, London is the Secretary/Treasurer in ASEE’s Educational Research & Methods Division and a member of the National Association of Multicultural Engineering Program Advocates (NAMEPA).

Prior to joining ASU as a postdoctoral research associate, London worked in the National Science Foundation’s Division of Undergraduate Education on research and evaluation projects related to the role of cyberlearning technology in undergraduate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education. Dr. London has also worked at Anheuser-Busch and GE Healthcare in traditional Industrial Engineering roles to ensure consistent quality across products, continuous process improvement, and compliance with federal regulations on food and medical devices, respectively. 

Education

Dr. London holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in Industrial Engineering and Ph.D. in Engineering Education, all from Purdue University.

Research Interests

Engineering Education

Research Impact

Broadening Participation in Engineering & Computer Science

Instuctional Change

Publications

Book Chapter

Cox, M.F., Zhu, Jiabin, Z., London, J., Hahn, J., Ahn., B. (2012). Feedback about Graduate Teaching Assistants’ Pedagogical Practices: Content Validation of a Survey Informed from Principles of the “How People Learn” Framework. In G. Gorsuch (Ed.), Working Theories for Teaching Assistants and International Teaching Assistant Development. (pp. 63-82). Stillwater, OK: New Forums Press, Inc.

Peer-reviewed Journal Publications

London, J.^, Molnar, A., McKenna, A.F., Huang, W. (Accepted, 2017). Communicating the Value of DIA2, a Visualization Tool Supporting STEM Education Researchers’ Scholarly Activities in the Digital Age. International Journal of Engineering Education.

London, J., Young, C. (2016). The Role of MOOCs in Engineering Education: Faculty Perspectives on its Potential and Suggested Research Directions. International Journal of Engineering Education 32(4), 1-13.

London, J.S., Cox, M.F., Ahn, B., Branch S.E., Torres-Ayala, A., Zephirin, T., Zhu, J. (2014). Motivations for Pursuing an Engineering Ph.D. and Perceptions of its Added Value: A U.S.-based Study. International Journal of Doctoral Studies, 9, 205-227.

Ahn, B., Cox, M.F., London, J., Cekic, O. and Zhu, J. (2014). Creating an Instrument to Measure Leadership, Change, and Synthesis in Engineering Undergraduates. Journal of Engineering Education, 103(1), 115-136.

Zhu, J., Li, Y., Cox, M., London, J., Hahn, J., Ahn, B. (2013). Validation of a Survey for Graduate Teaching Assistants: Translating Theory to Practice. Journal of Engineering Education 102(3), 426-443.

Cox, M.F., London, J., Zhu, J., Ahn, B., Zephirin, T., Taylor, K. (2013). Curriculum Vitae Analyses of Engineering Ph.D.s Working in Academia and Industry. International Journal of Engineering Education 29(5), 1205-1221

Cox, M. F., Hahn, J., McNeill, N., Cekic, O., Zhu, J, & London, J. (2011). Enhancing the Quality of Engineering Graduate Teaching Assistants through Multidimensional Feedback. Advances in Engineering Education, 2(3), 1-20.

Cox, M.F., Zhu, J., Cekic, O., Chavela, R., & London, J. (2010). Knowledge or Feelings: First-year Students’ Perceptions of Graduate Teaching Assistants in Engineering. Journal of Faculty Development, 24(1), 27-34.

Conference Proceedings & Symposium Presentations

London, J., Lee, W., Watford, B. (Accepted, 2017). Toward a National Agenda for Broadening Participation of African Americans in Engineering and Computer Science Informed by Scholarship & Practice. NSF Engineering Education and Centers Grantees Conference, Arlington, VA.

London, J., Borrego, M. (Accepted, 2017). From Research to Impact in Engineering Education: Insights from a Convergent Parallel Mixed Methods Study. NSF Engineering Education and Centers Grantees Conference, Arlington, VA.

Phillips, C.^, London, J., Lee, W., Van Epps, A., Watford, B. (Manuscript Accepted, 2017). Reflections on the Messiness of Initiating a Systematic Literature Review on Broadening Participation in Engineering and Computer Science. Frontiers in Education Annual Conference, Indianapolis, IN.

Vignola, C., London, J., Ayala, R., London, J., Huang, W. (Accepted, 2017). Work in Progress— Cultivating an Entrepreneurial Mindset in an Undergraduate Engineering Statistics Course Using Project-based Learning. Frontiers in Education Annual Conference, Indianapolis, IN.

London, J., Patel, P. (2017). Work in Progress-- Another Step Toward an Internationally-Inclusive Framework Characterizing the Impact of Engineering Education Research. Paper presented at the 2017 Research in Engineering Education Conference, Bogotá, Columbia.

London, J., Patel, P., Borrego, M. (2017). Toward a Shared Meaning of the “Impact” of Engineering Education Research: Initial Findings of a Convergent Parallel Mixed Methods Study. Paper presented at the 2017 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, Columbus, OH.

London, J., Berger, E., Margherio, C., Litzler, E., Branstad, J. (2017). The RED Teams as Institutional Mentors: Advice from the First Year of the “Revolution”. Paper presented at the 2017 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, Columbus, OH.

Huerta, M., Avalos, M. A., London, J., McKenna, A., Trowbridge, A., Huang, W. (2017). Cultivating an Entrepreneurial Mindset Through Engineering Design. Paper presented at the 2017 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, Columbus, OH. Best Teaching Paper award, Entrepreneurship and Innovation Division.

London, J. (2016). Statistically Significant Learning: Integrating Project-based Learning in Engineering Statistics to Reveal its Relevance. Poster presented at the Frontiers of Engineering Education Symposium hosted by the National Academy of Engineering, Irvine, CA.  

London, J., Mondisa, J., Fayaaz, F., Jones, T. (2016). Making Learning Whole: Toward the Development of An Instrument Operationalizing Perkins' Model. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA.

McKenna, A., Kellam, N., Lande, M., Brunhaver, S., Jordan, S., Bekki, J., Carberry, A., London, J. (2016). Instigating a Revolution of Additive Innovation: An Educational Ecosystem of Making and Risk Taking. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA.

McKenna, A., Kellam, N., Lande, M., Brunhaver, S., Jordan, S., Carberry, A., Bekki, J., London, J. (2016). Capturing the Ecosystem and Culture to Support Risk-Taking and Additive Innovation: Laying the Groundwork. Paper submitted to the Envisioning the Future of Undergraduate STEM Education: Research and Practice Symposium, Washington, D.C.

Mondisa, J.L., London, J., Pilotte, M. (2016). Work in Progress--The Relationship Between Resilience, Grit, and Persistence in Engineering Education. Paper will be presented at the Industrial and Systems Engineering Research Conference, Anaheim, CA.

London, J., Waree, N., Patel, P., Pinder, A. (2015). A Nexus Between STEM Education, Cyberlearning, and Policy. Poster presented at the Inaugural Learning Innovation Showcase hosted by the ASU Institute for the Science of Teaching and Learning, Tempe, AZ.

London, J., Cox, M. (2015). The Beginning of a Scholarly Conversation on Impact in Engineering Education: Summarizing the Three Difficulties with Studying Research Impact. Proceedings of the Australasian Association for Engineering Education Annual Conference, Victoria, Australia. Best Overall Paper Award, Australasian Association for Engineering Education Conference, Victoria, Australia, 2015.

McKenna, A.F., London, J., Johri, A., Vorvoreanu, M., Madhavan, K. (2015). Developing and Advancing a Cyberinfrastructure to Gain Insights into Research Investments: An Organizing Research Framework. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, Seattle, WA.

London, J., Young, C. (2014). Toward a Research Agenda Around MOOCs in Engineering Education: Findings from Two NSF-funded Workshops (Work in Progress). Paper presented at the MOOCs in STEM: Exploring New Educational Technologies Conference, San Jose, CA.     

Berdanier, C., Cox, M., Ahn, B., London, J. (2014). Survey Analysis of Engineering Graduate Students’ Perspectives of the Skills Necessary for Career Success in Industry and Academia. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, Indianapolis, IN.

Ahn, B., Cox, M., London, J., Zhu, J. (2013). Investigating the Attributes and Expectations of Engineering Ph.D.s Working in Industry. Proceedings of the Frontiers in Education Annual Conference, Oklahoma City, OK.

Zhu, J., Cox, M., Branch, S., Ahn, B., London, J. (2013). Recommendations for Engineering Doctoral Education: Design of an Instrument to Evaluate Change. Proceedings of the Frontiers in Education Conference, Oklahoma City, OK.

London, J. (2013). Highlighting Cyberlearning Tools with Compelling Results. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA.

London, J., Caldwell, B.S., Patsavas, K. (2013). Aligning Learning Outcomes and the Engineering Educational Accreditation Expectations. Proceedings of the International Systems Engineering and Research Annual Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

London, J., Caldwell, B.S., Patsavas, K. (2013). Modeling Expertise Development in Undergraduate Engineering Education. Paper presented at the International Systems Engineering and Research Annual Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Sambamurthy, N., Hahn, J., London, J., Cox, M. (2013). Reliability of the Global Real-time Assessment Tool for Teaching Enhancement (G-RATE). Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Conference, Atlanta, GA.

London, J.(2012). Exploring Cyberlearning through a NSF Lens. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, San Antonio, Texas.

London, J., Ahn, B., Cox, M.F. (2012). LSAMP X: Lessons Learned from a Diversity Program Serving Underrepresented Minority Students. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, San Antonio, Texas.

Zhu, J., London, J., Ahn, B., Cox, M.F. (2012). Recommendations for Promoting Desirable Characteristics in Engineering Ph.D.s: Perspectives from Industry and Academia. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, San Antonio, Texas.

Coso, A., Louis, R., London, J., Ngambeki, I., Sattler, B. (2012). Exploring the Reasons for Collaboration and Cooperation among Graduate Student Researchers.  Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, San Antonio, Texas.

Cox, M.F., London, J., Ahn, B., Frazier, S., Zhu, J., Torres-Ayala, A. (2011). Attributes of Success for Engineering Ph.D.s: Perspectives from Academia and Industry. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, Vancouver, Canada.

Cox, M.F., Ahn, B., London, J., Frazier, S., Zhu, J., Torres-Ayala, A. (2011). Choices for Ph.D.s in Engineering: Analysis of Career Paths in Academia and Industry. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, Vancouver, Canada.

McNeill, N., Cox, M.F., Diefes-Dux, H., London (Hayes), J., & Medley, T. (2008). Development of an Instrument to Collect Pedagogical Data from Graduate Teaching Assistants within Engineering Laboratories. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, Pittsburg, PA.

Thesis & Dissertation

London, J.S. (2014). The impact of National Science Foundation Investments in undergraduate engineering education research: A comparative, mixed methods study. (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from ProQuest Dissertations and Theses database. (UMI No. 3687797).

London, J.S. (2013). Analysis and Modeling of Learning Outcome Mappings in Engineering Education. (Master’s thesis). Retrieved from ProQuest Dissertations and Theses database. (UMI No. 1544419).

Research Activity

Projects as Principal Investigator

  • Collaborative Research: Workshops to Develop a Community-Informed Framework Characterizing the Impact of Engineering Education R&D, Principal Investigator (with Maura Borrego), National Science Foundation, EEC-1564629, Total Award: $177,000. (6/1/2016 - 5/30/2018)  
  • Collaborative Research: Pushing Students Away: Developing a Research Agenda for Broadening Participation of African Americans in Engineering and Computer Science, Principal Investigator (with Walter Lee and Bevlee Watford), National Science Foundation, BPE-1647281, Total Award: $571,155. (1/1/2017 - 12/31/2020)
  • Project-based Learning as a Mechanism for Cultivating an Entrepreneurial Mindset in an Undergraduate Engineering Statistics Course, Principal Investigator, Kern Family Foundation/ASU, Total Award: $9,957 (1/1/2017 - 12/31/2017)

Projects as Co-Investigator or Senior Personnel

  • Collaborative Research: Mixed reality to enable authentic design and construction engineering learning experiences, Co- Principal Investigator (with Steven Ayer, Wei Wu), (2017-2020), National Science Foundation, IIS-1735878, Total Collaborative Award: $550,000. (9/1/2017 - 8/31/2020).
  • Collaborative Research: Impact of the Emerging Engineering Education Research and Innovation Community. Co- Principal Investigator (with Ann McKenna, Karl Smith, Donna Riley, Audeen Fentimen), (2017-2019), National Science Foundation, NSF-1736493, Total Collaborative Award: $300,000. (9/1/2017 - 8/31/2019).
  • Transforming Engineering Education through Student & Faculty Mindset Development: Establishing a National Engineering Faculty Training Collaborative and model EM University, Co-Investigator (with Ann McKenna, James Collofello, Adam Carberry, Samantha Brunhaver, Jennifer Bekki, Scott Shrake, Brent Sebold, Tirupalavanam Ganesh) Kern Family Foundation, Total Award: $2,860,039. (11/3/2015 - 12/31/2017).
  • RED: Additive Innovation: An Educational Ecosystem of Making and Risk Taking, Co-Investigator (with Ann McKenna, Nadia Kellam, Micah Lande, Shawn Jordan, Samantha Brunhaver, Adam Carberry, Jennifer Bekki), National Science Foundation, IUSE/PFE-14602, Total Award: $1,993,593. (6/1/2015 - 5/30/2020). 
Fall 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
EGR 280Engineering Statistics
EGR 598Special Topics
EGR 599Thesis
EGR 792Research
EGR 799Dissertation
Summer 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
EGR 593Applied Project
EGR 792Research
Spring 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
EGR 280Engineering Statistics
EGR 792Research
Fall 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
EGR 574Eng Sys in Context
EGR 792Research
EGR 799Dissertation
Spring 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
EGR 280Engineering Statistics
Fall 2015
Course NumberCourse Title
EGR 201Use-Inspired Design Project I
Industry Positions

Research Pilot Brewery Lab Technician, Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis, MO

Corporate Quality Assurance Analyst, Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis, MO

Logistics Coordinator, Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis, MO

Quality Assurance Engineer, GE Healthcare, Wauwatosa, WI