Emily Ruesch

Applied Sciences, Technology & Education

Instructor


Emily Ruesch

Contact Information

Office Location: IS 106-B
Phone: 435-797-0684
Email: emily.ruesch@usu.edu

Biography

Emily Ruesch teaches in the Technology and Engineering Education Program in the Applied Sciences, Technology, and Education department

Teaching Interests

Emily Ruesch's teaching interests include technology and engineering education, particularly engineering design and multimedia design. She is also interested in curriculum development and teacher preparation.

Research Interests

Emily Ruesch's research investigates teacher recruitment and retention, specifically the influences of peers, teachers, and mentors at both the college and professional levels.

Graduate Student Mentoring Philosophy

As a graduate student mentor, I hope to help graduate students receive tools, knowledge, and experience that will help them towards their goals. With each graduate student working towards a different goal with diverse backgrounds, I want to help them fill the gaps and make their graduate experience worthwhile for their future endeavors.

I work to be a support for students as they forge their own paths for their future. I look to nurture the interests, competence, and confidence that students come with to help the students to take ownership of their educational journey. I hope to continue to be an example in continued education as I learn alongside students and assist in finding the needed resources and information to help with their progression.

    Publications | Book Chapters

An asterisk (*) at the end of a publication indicates that it has not been peer-reviewed.

Publications | Other

Bulletins

  • Milller, A., Konakis, Z., Ruesch, E., Spielmaker, D., (2022). Evaluating the Utah Agriculture in the Classroom preservice teacher seminar. .

An asterisk (*) at the end of a publication indicates that it has not been peer-reviewed.

Teaching

ASTE, TEE 3440 - Science, Technology, and Modern Society, Fall 2023
ASTE, TEE 3440 - Science, Technology, and Modern Society, Fall 2023
TEE 2000 - Seminar in Leadership and Professional Development, Fall 2023