Campbell Engineering announces new faculty hires
February 8, 2016
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BUIES CREEK — The Campbell University School of Engineering, which will enroll its first students in August 2016, has named three new founding faculty members:
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Dr. Lynn A. Albers | Assistant Professor of Engineering
During her 20-plus-year career, Albers has served as a systems application engineer at Nortel Networks and as an instructor and a teaching assistant, project coordinator, and program manager at North Carolina State University’s College of Engineering.
At N.C. State, she served as project coordinator of the ARRA-funded Student Energy Internship Program in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (2010-12); a graduate fellow and a program manager of the NSF GK-12 RAMP-UP program (2005-09; 2009-11); instructor of Fluid Mechanics in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (2007-10); teaching assistant for several courses in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (2004-05); and an intern at the North Carolina Solar Center (2002-03). She has also co-authored or co-presented nearly two-dozen publications and presentations on topics related to hands-on learning, activity-based learning, and the education outreach model in engineering.
She began her engineering career as a project manager and systems application engineer at Nortel Networks (1994-01).
Albers earned her Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from N.C. State in 2014. She specialized in engineering education, thermal sciences, energy systems, and K-12 STEM education. She also completed a certificate in computer science at N.C. State in 2003.
She received her undergraduate degree in mathematics, with a minor in music, from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1992) and a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering, with a minor in nuclear engineering, from Manhattan College (1996).
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Albers, Lynn A. [MC1996]
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