Hoda Ehsan, Ph.D.
Chair of Engineering and Computer Science
The Hill School
Hoda Ehsan is Director of Quadrivium Engineering and Design and Chair of the Computer Science and Engineering Department at The Hill School. She holds a PhD in Engineering Education from Purdue University. Her research interests include exploring the engineering learning of young children, including those who are autistic, and making connections between in-school engineering learning and out-of-school learning. She conducts research in pre-college engineering education with over 50 publications and presentations. At The Hill School, she developed a four-year multidisciplinary engineering program where students develop and practice engineering thinking competencies and mindset and learn engineering skills aligned with the current needs of the tech industry. She founded the Sunny Skies Academy which provides educational services to children from vulnerable populations.
Engineering Education for Autistic Children: Content, Pedagogy, and Assessment | September 19, 2022