Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering Technology
Hogue Technology Building, Room 203K, Ext. 2437
Office Hours Winter 2016
Monday - Wednesday 3:00 - 4:00 PM
Thursday 12:00 - 1:00 PM
Finite Element Analysis
Mechanical Design I & II
System Analysis and Simulation
Lean Manufacturing (Guitarbuilding.org)
MS Engineering Technology, 2007, Central Washington University
BS Mechanical Engineering Technology, 1992, Central Washington University
Associate Professor (2008 - Present) Teaching Mechanical Engineering Technology and Industrial Technology classes.
CWU Facilities Management (2001 - 2008) Began at Facilities Planning & Construction Services. Then worked as an Information Technology Specialist and then as the Information Technology group supervisor.
Mechanical Engineer (1992 - 2001) Field and Design Engineer for a company that designed and built X-Y gantries for High Pressure Waterjet cutting. Additionally a Manager / Manufacturing Engineer for a small manufacturing company.
Energy Management / Conservation
Class room pedagogy and systems.
Johnson C., Pringle C., and Davis N. (2013). “Measuring the Impact of Internships on Design using a Materials Activity,” American Society for Engineering Education Annual conference, Georgia.
Bearsley, R. and Pringle, C., (2011). Machine Design Lab: Using Automotive Transmission Examples to Reinforce Understanding of Gear Train Analysis. In American Society for Engineering Education.
Pringle, C. and Callahan, S. (2011). Energy Week Curriculum for Washington State Business Week.
Pringle, C., and Bender, W. (2010). Educational Operation Four Days a Week. In American Society for Engineering Education.
No Vehicles on the Mall, International Symposium of the International Council on Systems Engineering, San Diego, 2007.
Jerry Shupe, who serves on the Industry Advisory Board for CWU’s Safety and HealthConstruction Majors Build Benches For Local School
No friends? No problem. Buddy benches have arrived at Mount Stuart Elementary’s playground. The cNew Wind Turbine Installed On Hogue
ETSC Graduate Teaching Assistant Michael Waytuck led the way for a new wind turbine to be installed