Sean Maw

Huff Chair in Innovative Teaching

Session: Workshop R: Engineering Education Research

Sean Maw is the Huff Chair in Innovative Teaching as the University of Saskatchewan (College of Engineering, School of Professional Development). He teaches primarily in engineering design and conducts research in various areas of pedagogy such as creativity in design, academic integrity and employment trajectories for students. His primary technical research areas is sports engineering. He manages the engineering entrepreneurship program at the University of Saskatchewan and is leading the redesign of the first year engineering curriculum. He also organizes the College’s “innovative teaching and research in engineering-education” group, or, inTREEg.