Assistant Dean for Academics, CoES, Florida Institute of Technology
Mark Archambault received his B.S. and M.S. in aerospace engineering from Florida Tech in 1992 and 1993, respectively. He then joined the Air Force Research Laboratory as a research scientist and earned his Ph.D. in aeronautics and astronautics from Stanford University in 1999. In 2004, he joined the faculty of the aerospace engineering program at Florida Tech, where he now holds the rank of associate professor, teaching courses on fluids, propulsion, CFD and multiphase flow. Archambault was appointed assistant dean for academics for the College of Engineering and Science in 2017. He chairs Florida Tech’s Undergraduate Curriculum Committee and serves on the university’s Academic Program Assessment Committee and Academic Affairs Committee. In 2013, Archambault became an ABET PEV for aerospace engineering programs, and an EAC commissioner and team chair in 2017. His professional memberships include AIAA, ASEE and ILASS.
Program faculty and administrators often struggle over how to develop and implement effective assessment and evaluation processes that conform to ABET criteria. Concerns of excessive time, effort and lack of participation are often raised. The purpose of this session is to present an example of an assessment and evaluation process that has been used for […]