Ellis Lawrence Professor, Technology Department Office: 119 C Dixon Hall Address:
Campus Box 822 (252)335-3444 firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Ellis E. Lawrence is a Professor in the Department Of Technology at ECSU. He holds an Ed.D. in Vocational and Technical Education with a cognate in Industrial Engineering from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (popularly known as Virginia Tech) in Blacksburg, Virginia. He worked as Graduate Research Assistant in the Vocational Technical Education Department at Virginia Tech. Dr. Lawrence has taught automotive technology, computer aided design, electronics and computer networking. He has spent several summers at NASA Langley Research Center as an American Society of Engineering Education fellow. As a fellow, his research included computer aided design, programmable logic controller, stereolithography, electronics and printed circuit board design. During his tenure at ECSU, Dr. Lawrence’s research and summer institutes have been funded by numerous agencies including NASA Langley Research Center, NASA Kennedy Research Center, NASA Goddard Space Center, Federal Highway Administration, and the North Carolina Department of Transportation. He is currently conducting unmanned aerial vehicle research.
Ed.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (popularly known as Virginia Tech) in Vocational and Technical Education with a Cognate in Industrial Engineering - 1980
MS, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University in Technology Education - 1973 BS, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University in Automotive Technology - 1971
AAS, College of the Albemarle in Electronics - 1983