You are expected to engage in specific areas of scholarly activity to develop skills in critical analysis; to assimilate new knowledge, concepts, and techniques; to formulate clear and testable questions from a body of literature and to advance research in decision engineering for sustainable infrastructure; to translate ideas into written products; and to develop as leaders in the field.
You are expected to engage in projects to develop hypotheses or substantive scholarly exploration and analysis that require critical thinking. I am here to provide substantial feedback and support your development.
We will set the scholarly product together each semester. Examples include:
A literature review manuscript that bridges disciplines (e.g. behavioral economics and facility management)
A research manuscript with a hypothesis and results