Jeremi London has been appointed as an assistant professor of engineering education in Virginia Tech’s College of Engineering for the 2018-19 academic year.
London has developed a national reputation as a thought leader on the impact of research. Her research interests involve thorny challenges associated with the impact of engineering education research, as well as broadening participation in engineering. She also has interests in facilitating authentic engineering learning experiences using augmented reality.
Prior to coming to Virginia Tech, London worked as an assistant professor in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University. While working at ASU, she obtained more than $6.5 million in research grants and supported a research staff that included several graduate students, post-doctoral researchers, and undergraduate researchers.
London currently serves as the secretary-treasurer of the Education Research and Methods (ERM) Division of the American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE), and has chaired the Plenary Sessions Planning Committee for the Inaugural CoNECD (Collaborative Network for Engineering and Computing Diversity) Conference. She is the recipient of the 2017 Poly Faculty Teaching Excellence Award at Arizona State University.
London earned her bachelor’s and master’s degree in industrial engineering in a doctorate in engineering education, all from Purdue University.
Written by Linda Hazelwood