Faculty Member, Arizona State University
Scott Danielson, Ph.D., P.E., has been at Arizona State University since 1999 and has served as a faculty member, an associate dean and a department chair (for over 12 years). His professional service roles at the national level has focused on four engineering organizations—ABET, ASME, ASEE and SME. Within ABET, he has served in leadership roles in the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission and ABET’s governance structure. He enjoys teaching, becoming a generalist by teaching a wide variety of topics—engineering mechanics, manufacturing and aeronautical courses. His more recent external funding activity has been focused on international-sponsored projects, working with faculty and administrators in several South East Asian countries to improve their academic programs and implement quality systems for improvement of student learning.
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