Lecturer, Associate Director

Contact InformationMary Robinson

Phone: 519-888-4567 x32529
Location: E2 1778A

Research Interests

  • Active learning and teaching methods
  • Teaching with technology (iClickers
  • MATLAB)
  • Curriculum realignment (outcome-based)
  • Process safety management
  • Functional food production and quantification

Education

  • 2010, Certificate, Certificate in University Teaching, University of Waterloo
  • 2010, Master of Applied Science, Chemical Engineering, University of Waterloo
  • 2002, Bachelor of Applied Science, Chemical Engineering, University of Waterloo

Courses*

  • CHE 564 - Food Process Engineering
    • Taught in 2015
  • CHE 102 - Chemistry for Engineers
    • Taught in 2015, 2017, 2018, 2019
* Only courses taught in the past 5 years are displayed.

Selected/Recent Publications

  • S. Bedi, C. Hulls, C. Rennick, M. Robinson, W. Melek, "Design of an Introductory Engineering Design and Communications Course which Integrates First Semester Courses", Canadian Engineering Education Association Annual Conference,06 2017, Toronto, ON. (Accepted in 2017)
  • Li, E., Rennick, C., Hulls, C., Robinson, M., Cooper-Stachowsky, M., Boghaert, E., Melek, W and Bedi, S., "Tron days: Horizontal integration and authentic learning", Canadian Engineering Education Association Annual Conference,06 2017, Toronto, ON. (Accepted in 2017)
  • C. C. W. Hulls, C. Rennick, S. Bedi, M. A. Robinson, W. Melek, "The Use of an Open-Ended Project to Improve the Student Experience in First Year Programming", Proceedings of the Canadian Engineering Education Association Conference,06 2015, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON. (Accepted in 2015)
    Link
  • C. C. W. Hulls, C. Rennick, M. A. Robinson, W. Melek, S. Bedi, "Integrative Activities for First Year Engineering Students-Fuel Cell Cars as a Linking Project Between Chemistry, Mechatronics Concepts and Programing", Proceedings of the Canadian Engineering Education Association Conference,06 2014, Canmore, AB. (Accepted in 2014)
    Link
  • Robinson, Mary and Hulls, Carol and Rennick, Chris, ONE-A-DAY PROBLEMS FOR IMPROVING STUDENT LEARNING AND STUDY HABITS, (Accepted in 2019)
  • C. Hulls, C. Rennick, M. Robinson, S. Mohamed, "Effects of a Fall Reading Break on First Year Students' Course Performance in Programming", Canadian Engineering Education Association Annual Conference,06 2018, Vancouver, BC. (Accepted in 2018)
  • E. Maggs, C. Hulls, C. Rennick, M. Robinson, "How do First Year Students Form Their Project Teams?", Canadian Engineering Education Association Annual Conference,06 2017, Toronto, ON. (Accepted in 2017)
  • M. A. Robinson, C. C. W. Hulls, S. Bedi, "Helping Make First Year Engineering Fun - The Mechatronics Experience", Canadian Engineering Education Association Conference,06 2013, Montreal, QC. (Accepted in 2013)