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Jake Grohs
Assistant Professor , father, partner, and friend. All posts represent my own personal views.
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Dr. Robin Mitchell Aug 8
I have a “ shit happens” clause in my syllabi. You invoke the clause on one assignment and get a 3-day extension. No explanation required. It cuts down on the need to lie or divulge personal business.
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Jake Grohs Aug 9
Nice response Dr. but I think this was the one you really wanted to send David!
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Nicole Pitterson Jul 29
Dr. Lee delivering an interesting keynote about supporting students through the design of diverse learning spaces at the First-Year Engineering Experiences Conference
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Rachel Kajfez Jul 29
lunch keynote! Thank you for your insights !
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Studies in Engineering Education Jul 8
Studies in Engineering Education is LIVE! We are now accepting article submissions at
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Jake Grohs Jul 1
Thanks too to a wonderful committee!
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Jake Grohs Jul 1
Congrats Dr. ! I’ve learned much from you and look forward to the great work you will continue to do as you head on to
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Virginia Tech NCR Jun 27
The Rising Sophomore Abroad Program at was recently honored by , the world's largest non-profit dedicated to international education. The program is the largest of its kind at and offers program opportunities on 5 continents.📚🌎
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Jake Grohs Jun 25
Replying to @hazybluedot
I look forward to Monday’s defense for sure! Though I imagine nothing is as sweet as officially winning your ongoing debate with @AndrewLGillen - I hear he is apparently running Linux now and liking it.
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Walter Lee, PhD Jun 19
“How do we talk about gender and race in engineering education as a moral argument?” -
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Virginia Tech ME Jun 4
Congratulations to the Chris Williams, and Yang Liu, who the Virginia Tech Board of Visitors just approved for promotion to Professor and Associate Professor respectively.
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Holly Matusovich Jun 3
⁦@AndrewLGillen⁩ leading group conversation ⁦⁩ Summit
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Jake Grohs May 17
Thanks! It was a fun day of celebration. Happy end of semester to you - I was lucky enough to run into Catherine today as she was racing around for Campus Kitchen!
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Dr. Catherine Wehlburg May 17
An interesting reminder about Boyer's different types of scholarship. Perhaps we should think more about how to incorporate these into the traditional faculty set of expectations for scholarly work.
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Shelli Fowler May 16
“Exercise the kind of humanity that prompts us to care for people we may never meet. Democracy requires us to opt-in.”
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Jake Grohs May 16
Congrats to Dr. @AndrewLGillen and the other graduates today!
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Jake Grohs May 13
Replying to @vtenge @SoledadMM and 4 others
Congrats Dr. Michelle Soledad! Excellent work and I look forward to the continued collaboration. Thanks too to a wonderful committee for their support and feedback throughout the process!
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VT Engineering Educ. May 13
Congratulations to Dr. Michelle Soledad who successfully defended her Doctoral dissertation today. "Understanding the Teaching and Learning Experience in Fundamental Engineering Courses." Michelle is advised by Dr. Jake Grohs
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cindy.finelli May 13
Congratulations to Dr. on her successful dissertation defense today! Good insights about teaching and learning in fundamental engineering courses. Proud to be a member of her thesis committee and to attend her presentation on the beautiful campus.
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David Knight May 13
It’s dissertation defense day! Come hear about her research on large foundational courses for engineering this morning at 10am in Goodwin Hall.
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