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Saryn R. Goldberg

Associate Professor of Engineering


PHD, 2004, Stanford Univ; MS, 1999, Northwstrn Univ; BSC, 1997, Brown Univ


Academic Interests:

Undergraduate engineering education
Human movement biomechanics

Courses Taught:

ENGG025: Engineering Mechanics: Statics
ENGG026: Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics
ENGG027: Introduction to Materials Science
ENGG159: Engineering Ergonomics
ENGG163: Mechanics of Materials Laboratory
ENGG196: Biomechanics of Human Movement

Past funding:

National Science Foundation Research Initiation Grants in Engineering Education (RIGEE) Award – “Improving Learning in Engineering by Introducing a Writing-to-Learn Component to Quantitative Problem-Solving Tasks”, $150k, 1/1/12- 12/31/13

Most recent publications:

A. Ebrahimi, S.R. Goldberg, J.M. Wilken, S.J. Stanhope, Constituent Lower Extremity Work (CLEW) approach: A novel tool to visualize joint and segment work.  Gait and Posture, 56 (2017) pp. 49-53.

A. Ebrahimi, S.R. Goldberg, S.J. Stanhope, Changes in relative work of the lower extremity joints and distal foot with walking speed. Journal of Biomechanics, 58 (2017) pp.212-216.

Goldberg S.R., Rich J.A., Masnick A.M., Paretti M.C., Groen C.J., Lutz B.D., McNair L.D. , Examining students’ metacognitive awareness through analysis of student-generated learning responses.Transactions of the 123rd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Engineering Education, New Orleans, LA, June 26-29, 2016.

Professional & technical memberships:

American Society for Engineering Education

Society of Women Engineers

Outside Interests:

Waltz and swing dancing, scuba diving, biking, home improvement projects

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