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Nathaniel Hunsu, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

School of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Scholarship focuses on cognitive learning processes

Driftmier Engineering Center, Room 601B
University of Georgia
Athens, Georgia 30602
United States

Nathaniel Hunsu is an assistant professor of Engineering Education. He is affiliated with the Engineering Education Transformational Institute and the school of electrical and computer engineering at the university. His interest is at the nexus of the research of epistemologies, learning mechanics and assessment of learning in engineering education. His research focuses on learning for conceptual understanding, and the roles of learning strategies, epistemic cognition and student engagements in fostering conceptual understanding. His research also focuses on understanding how students interact with learning tasks and their learning environment. His expertise also includes systematic reviews and meta-analysis, quantitative research designs, measurement inventories development and validation.

Education

Ph.D., Educational Psychology, Washington State University, 2016
M.S., Project Management, Sunderland University, England
B.Sc., Electronic and Computer Engineering, Lagos State University, Nigeria 

Area of Speciality

  • Engineering education with a particular emphasis on cognitive learning processes
  • Role of technology in learning
  • Innovative research methods for engineering education