Michigan Technological University
Engineering Fundamentals Department
1400 Townsend Dr
Houghton, MI 49931
AJ Hamlin is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Engineering Fundamentals at Michigan Technological University, where she has taught first-year engineering courses and a course to develop spatial skills since 2001. AJ received a BS in Environmental Engineering in 1993, an MS in Civil Engineering in 1995, and a PhD in Engineering, Environmental in 2002 from Michigan Tech. She also completed an NRC Post-Doctoral Fellowship at NASA Langley Research Center.
AJ’s research interests include spatial visualization skills and engineering education. AJ has been an active member in ASEE since 2006, and has presented papers at annual conferences, EDGD midyear meetings, FIE, and the First Year Engineering Experience Conference. As a co-author, AJ is a previous winner of the EDG Journal Editor’s award. AJ has served as Site co-chair and Program co-chair for the 65th Midyear conference. AJ was associate editor of the EDG Journal 2011-2015 and has been editor since 2015.