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Haolin Zhu

Lecturer in Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University

About Me

Dr. Haolin Zhu received her Ph.D degree in Solid Mechanics and Computational Science and Engineering from Cornell University. She is part of the freshman engineering education team in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University. Currently she focuses on designing the curriculum for the freshman engineering program. She is involved in the NAE Grand Challenge Scholars program, the ASU ProMod project, the Engineering Projects in Community Service program, and the Engineering Futures program; and also designs and teaches courses in mechanical engineering at ASU, such as Solid Mechanics, Mechanism Analysis and Design, Mechanical Design, Finite Element Analysis, etc. She was part of a team that designed a largely team and activity based online introduction to engineering course. Her current interests include innovative teaching pedagogies for increased retention and student motivation; innovations in non-traditional delivery methods; as well as incorporation of the Entrepreneurial Mindset in the engineering curriculum.

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