Chris Rennick comes to the IDEAs Clinic from the First Year Engineering Office where he helped first year engineering students with electric circuits and programming courses. He comes with a breadth of technical expertise, creativity in development, and experience.
Chris is accountable for functional leadership in the implementation of Engineering Ideas Clinic Activities throughout the Faculty of Engineering; development, refinement, and assessment of activities; liaising with faculty instructors, graduate student teaching and research assistants, industrial contacts, and other key stakeholders; participating in internal and external committees; and management of Ideas Clinic space and co-op student staff.
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Office: Engineering 5, room 2111
Phone: 519-888-4567 ext. 38178
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- Current, PhD Student, Management Sciences, University of Waterloo
- 2009, Master of Applied Science, Electrical Engineering, University of Windsor
2007, Bachelor of Applied Science, Electrical Engineering, University of Windsor
- C. Rennick, C.C.W. Hulls, K.N. McKay, "Introductory Engineering Decision-Making: Guiding First Year Students to Relativism in Software Design," IEEE Transactions on Education, 2019.
- C.C.W. Hulls, C. Rennick, "Design of a First-Year Programming Course with Cornerstone Project," IEEE Transactions on Education, 2020.
- A. Hurst, C. Rennick, S. Bedi, “A ‘lattice’ approach to design education: Bringing real and integrated design experience to the classroom through Engineering Design Days” in Proceedings of the International Conference on Engineering Design (ICED19), Delft, The Netherlands, 2019.
- A. Giannikouris, C. Rennick, “An Integrative Project in Microprocessor Interfaces,” in Proceedings of the 2019 CEEA Annual Conference, Ottawa, June 2019.
- M. Robinson, C. Hulls, C. Rennick, “One-a-day Problems for Improving Student Learning and Study Habits,” in Proceedings of the 2019 CEEA Annual Conference, Ottawa, June 2019.
- C. Rennick, K. N. McKay, “Componential Theories of Creativity: A Case Study of Teaching Creative Problem Solving,” in Proceedings of the 2018 CEEA Annual Conference, Vancouver, June 2018.
- C. Rennick, D. Wright, E. Li, C. Hulls, A. Milne, S. Bedi, “Engineering Design Days: Engaging Students with Authentic Problem-Solving in an Academic Hackathon,” in Proceedings of the 2018 ASEE Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, June 2018.