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Quality in interpretive engineering education research: Reflections on an example study
J Walther, NW Sochacka, NN Kellam
Journal of engineering education 102 (4), 626-659, 2013
5132013
A model of empathy in engineering as a core skill, practice orientation, and professional way of being
J Walther, SE Miller, NW Sochacka
Journal of Engineering Education 106 (1), 123-148, 2017
3212017
Learning together: A collaborative autoethnographic exploration of STEAM (STEM+ the Arts) education
NW Sochacka, KW Guyotte, J Walther
Journal of Engineering Education 105 (1), 15-42, 2016
2412016
STEAM as social practice: Cultivating creativity in transdisciplinary spaces
KW Guyotte, NW Sochacka, TE Costantino, J Walther, NN Kellam
Art Education 67 (6), 12-19, 2014
2322014
Engineering competence? An interpretive investigation of engineering students' professional formation
J Walther, N Kellam, N Sochacka, D Radcliffe
Journal of Engineering Education 100 (4), 703-740, 2011
2242011
Qualitative research quality: A collaborative inquiry across multiple methodological perspectives
J Walther, NW Sochacka, LC Benson, AE Bumbaco, N Kellam, AL Pawley, ...
Journal of Engineering Education 106 (3), 398-430, 2017
1682017
Collaborative creativity in STEAM: Narratives of art education students’ experiences in transdisciplinary spaces
KW Guyotte, NW Sochacka, TE Costantino, NN Kellam, J Walther
International journal of education & the arts 16 (15), 2015
1602015
Empathy and engineering formation
J Walther, MA Brewer, NW Sochacka, SE Miller
Journal of Engineering Education 109 (1), 11-33, 2020
1132020
Is this research? Productive tensions in living the (collaborative) autoethnographic process
KW Guyotte, NW Sochacka
International Journal of Qualitative Methods 15 (1), 1609406916631758, 2016
582016
Ethical validation: Reframing research ethics in engineering education research to improve research quality
NW Sochacka, J Walther, AL Pawley
Journal of Engineering Education 107 (3), 362-379, 2018
552018
Exploring ethical validation as a key consideration in interpretive research quality
J Walther, AL Pawley, NW Sochacka
2015 ASEE annual conference & exposition, 26.726. 1-26.726. 21, 2015
472015
Unpacking professional shame: Patterns of White male engineering students living in and out of threats to their identities
JL Huff, B Okai, K Shanachilubwa, NW Sochacka, J Walther
Journal of Engineering Education 110 (2), 414-436, 2021
462021
Stories ‘Told’about Engineering in the Media: Implications for attracting diverse groups to the profession
N Sochacka, J Walther, J Wilson, M Brewer
2014 IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE) Proceedings, 1-9, 2014
422014
Qualifying qualitative research quality (The Q3 project): An interactive discourse around research quality in interpretive approaches to engineering education …
J Walther, N Sochacka
2014 IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE) Proceedings, 1-4, 2014
372014
Fostering empathy in an undergraduate mechanical engineering course
J Walther, SE Miller, NW Sochacka, MA Brewer
2016 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, 2016
352016
Into the Pipeline: A freshman student’s experiences of stories told about en-gineering
MM Brewer, N Sochacka, J Walther
age 26, 1, 2015
332015
The national water survey needs assessment program
RL Mahler, MD Smolen, T Borisova, DE Boellstorff, DC Adams, ...
Natural Sciences Education 42 (1), 98-103, 2013
332013
The social construction of professional shame for undergraduate engineering students
S Secules, NW Sochacka, JL Huff, J Walther
Journal of Engineering Education 110 (4), 861-884, 2021
292021
Faculty reflections on a STEAM-inspired interdisciplinary studio course
N Sochacka, KW Guyotte, J Walther, NN Kellam
2013 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, 23.597. 1-23.597. 27, 2013
262013
Audience preferences for water resource information from extension and other sources
DE Boellstorff, T Borisova, MD Smolen, JM Evans, J Calabria, DC Adams, ...
Natural Sciences Education 42 (1), 123-130, 2013
192013
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