Engineering

News and Events


2014

December

18Engineering Studies summer programs mentioned as ASU Named to 2015 STEM Jobs Approved Colleges
10Dr. Wayne Johnson selected to review a paper for the Additive Manufacturing Journal
05Dr. Goeser and Dr. Murphy recognized by the Board of Regents

July

24Dr. Wayne Johnson and three Armstrong students publish a paper in the Rapid Prototyping Journal
01Dr. Coates’ Each One Teach One program awarded an Excellence in Education certificate

May

20Dr. Wayne Johnson co-authors a poster at the 61th Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine
20Dr. Wayne Johnson selected to review a paper for the Rapid Prototyping Journal

April

26Engineering Design Challenge 2014 held
11Engineering students Derrick Brown, Manuel O’Canas, and Joshua Suttle receive 2nd place at Tech Fest

March

01Engineering Faculty present paper on Virtual Learning Environments

February

24Dr. Wayne Johnson awarded the Martin Luther King Jr. Outstanding Legacy Award

January

01Dr. Coates, Dr. Hoffman, and Dr. Lau have manuscript accepted

2013

September

01Dr. Wayne Johnson selected to serve on search for Director of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion

July

25Celebrating Your Big 5-0

May

10Armstrong Engineering and 100 Black men of Savannah hold robotics capm

March

29Dr. Wayne Johnson elected as Faculty Senate Secretary
01Dr. Murphy and Mr. Williams present paper

2012

September

22Dr. Wayne Johnson featured in Armstrong Magazine

June

15Armstrong’s Collegiate 100, co-advised by Dr. Wayne Johnson named Chapter of the Year

April

01Dr. Wayne Johnson receives an award for the “Distinguished Faculty Service to the Community”

March

29Dr. Wayne Johnson gives talk at National Society of Black Engineers Annual Convention

2011

December

01Dr. Wayne Johnson co-authors a paper published in the Advances in Engineering Education Journal

August

01Dr. Wayne Johnson selected to serve on the Search Committee for Vice-President of Academic Affairs

June

17Dr. Wayne Johnson give invited talk at University of Technology in Kingston, Jamaica

April

14Engineering students place first