Dr. Tatiana V. Goris joined Pittsburg State University in January 2017. She teaches various graduate courses in “Master of Science in Technology" program. Her research interests relate to Theories of Learning, STEM Education, and Workforce preparation for industries and manufacturing. Previously, Dr. Goris held a faculty position at Polytechnic Institute, Purdue University, Indiana. Her teaching record includes as well undergraduate courses in Mechanical Engineering Technology. She also worked on multiple professional faculty-development programs, grant writing, and research-funding activities.
Dr. Goris received her PhD in Technology from Purdue University (2012), West Lafayette, Indiana, with an emphasis on Engineering and Technology Education. She also has a background in Electronics Engineering (specializing in semiconductor manufacturing) graduating from Taganrog Institute of Technology of Southern Federal University, Russia.
Dr. Goris is a member of IEEE, ASEE and ATMAE professional engineering societies. Also, she is an author and a co-author of multiple publications related to post-secondary education of adult learners.
Dissertation Thesis: Analysis of Student Misconceptions about Electricity and Circuits http://docs.lib.purdue.edu/dissertations/AAI3544154/
Goris, T.V., (2016) Common Misunderstandings of Electricity: Analysis of Interview- Responses of Electrical Engineering Technology Students. International Journal of Engineering Pedagogy, Volume 6, Issue 1. http://online-journals.org/index.php/i-jep/article/view/5146
Goris, T.V., Donaldson, E. S., (2016). Introduction of Engineering Concepts to Early Learners in Elementary and Middle Schools: Addressed Challenges for Teachers’ Preparation. Proceedings of The 2016 IAJC/ISAM Joint International Conference, ISBN 978-1-60643-379-9. Paper ID 049. November 6-8, Orlando, FL
Goris, T.V., (2016). A Simpleton’s Guide to Thermodynamics. Writing Experience of Mechanical Engineering Technology Students. Paper presented on Conference for Industry and Education Collaboration (CIEC), February 3-5, Austin , TX. http://www.iupui.edu/~ciec/Proceedings_2016/ETD/ETD525_Goris.pdf
Budyakov, V.V, Sherbina, S.V., Goris T.V. (2016). Industrial 3D - Printing (In Russian). In Aspects of Industrial Development and Modernization of Education. Pages 277-280. Don State Technical University, Russia. ISBN 978-5-7890-1069-3
Djuric, A.M., Jovanovic, V., Goris, T. V (2015). Preparing Students for the Advanced Manufacturing Environment through Robotics Training. 122nd ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, June 14-17, Seattle, WA. Paper ID – 12784. http://www.asee.org/public/conferences/56/papers/12784/view
Jovanovic, V., Goris, T.V., Djuric, M. A., Katsioloudis, P., Luetke, J. N., Moustafa, M. R., Matrood, B. (2015). Integration of Mechatronics Design Approach into Teaching of Modeling Practices, 122nd ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, June 14-17, Seattle, WA. Paper ID – 11530. http://www.asee.org/public/conferences/56/papers/11530/view
Goris, T.V., (2015). Current State of Advanced Manufacturing in the USA. Challenges and Recommendations for improvement. ASEE 2015 Indiana-Illinois Zone Conference. March 27-28, Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne, IN.
Wilson, M., Summers, M., Goris, T.V., Chennupati, S., Gordon, J. (2013) Learning Tools: Analysis of Industry Leader Perceptions and Satisfactions. Technology Interface International Journal. Vol 14 (1) Fall/Winter. http://tiij.org/issues/issues/fall2013/Z__TIIJ%20fall%202013%20v14%20n1%20(PDW-5).pdf#page=55
Goris, T.V., & Dyrenfurth, M. J. How Accurately Grades Represent Knowledge? Electricity Understanding of Engineering Technology Freshman, Sophomore, and Senior Students (2013). International Journal of Engineering Research & Innovation , Volume 5 (1), Spring/ Summer. Pp 68-75. http://ijeri.org/IJERI-Archives/issues/spring2013/Z__IJERI%20spring%202013%20v5%20n1%20(PDW-2).pdf
Goris, T.V., & Dyrenfurth, M. J. How Electrical Engineering Technology Students Understand Concepts of Electricity. Comparison of Freshmen, Sophomores’, and Seniors’ Misconceptions. Paper was presented at the ASEE Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, June 23-26, 2013. Session T626 ECE http://www.asee.org/public/conferences/20/papers/5849/view
Goris, T.V., & Dyrenfurth, M. J. (2012) Concepts and Misconceptions in Engineering, Technology, and Science. Overview of Research Literature. ASEE Illinois/Indiana Section Conference, Valparaiso University, Valparaiso IN, March 17th. http://ilin.asee.org/Conference2012/Papers/Goris.pdf