Women faculty across the College of Science and Engineering are doing exciting research..........
Dr. Talley’s research interests fit within her research triangle anchored by Engagement, Retention, and Engineering Technology & Engineering Students. These interests include:
Active Learning; Belonging; Construction Education; Engineering Education; Engineering Technology Education; Flipped Classroom; Makerspaces; Motivation; Peer-to-peer Learning; Professional Identity Development; Retention; Self-Efficacy; Student Diversity; and Student Engagement and Success.
machining of newly developed cast materials, melt quality improvement, material properties enhancement through processing and heat treatment, new metal casting technology (3D printing mold), and engineering education