Dr. Edward M. Reeve
Professor, Utah State University
Dr. Edward M. Reeve is a professor and teacher educator in the area of Technology and Engineering Education (TEE) in the School of Applied Sciences, Technology and Education at Utah State University (USU). He has been at USU since 1987 where he has worked to advance knowledge in the fields of Technology and Engineering Education and Career and Technical Education (CTE). His professional interests, research, and numerous publications and presentations have been in areas related to educational standards, curriculum development in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education, competency-based education, improving teaching and learning, and internationalizing the curriculum.
Dr. Reeve received his PhD in education in industrial technology from the Ohio State University. For almost 20 years he has worked with various universities, government, and non-governmental organizations in ASIA to improve methods and practices in education. He is a former Fulbright Scholar and Fulbright Senior Specialist (Thailand) and American Council on Education (ACE) Fellow. He has experiences as a secondary education teacher and university administrator. Currently he is serving as Interim Vice Provost at USU and is the immediate past president of the International Technology and Engineering Educators Education Association (www.iteea.org).