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|B.S. Educ UMN, BSME WY|
|MSMSE UCLA, PhD WSU|
|MET 351||Metallurgy & Material Sci|
|MET 495 A/B/C||MET Senior Project|
|MET 382||Plastics and Composites|
|MET 483||Ceramics and Composites|
|MET 257||Casting Processes|
|IET 312||Applications in Strength Matls|
In the News
Craig Johnson joined Central Washington University in 1996 and participated in securing ABET accreditation for the Mechanical Engineering Technology Program he now coordinates. His professional engineering licensure in Materials Engineering compliments his recognition as a Foundry Educational Foundation ‘Key Professor’. He has held leadership positions in the American Society for Engineering Education.
Johnson, CH., Pringle, C, Davis, N, “Measuring the Impact of Internships on Design Skills Using a Materials Activity,” ASEE Annual Conf. 2013.
Johnson, CH., “Table-top Panel Fab”, http://www.materialseducation.org/educators/mated-modules/ , 2012
Johnson, CH., “Asynchronous Use of Educational Videos”, ASEE Annual Conf, 2011
Johnson, C.H., “Effectiveness of Video in Casting Education”, ASEE Annual Conf, 2010
Johnson, C.H., “Casting Castings”, National Educators Workshop, ASEE Annual Conf, 2008 (MatEd ATE Module)
Johnson, C.H., “Composite Column Design/Test Lab”, National Educators Workshop 2007, ASEE Conf, 2008
In a 16-hour cram session, six CWU students estimated material and labor costs, built a woCWU’s Occupational Safety Degree Program One Of Top Five In Nation
The Safety and Health Management (SHM) program at Central Washington University has been named as thHogue Tech Building Wins Design Award!
CWU’s Hogue Technology Building Wins Design Award Central Washington University’s Hogue Technolo