Curriculum Vitae

Leadership

  • (2011 – Present) Humboldt State University Senator - elected
  • (2011 – Present) College of Natural Resources and Sciences STEM-PAC (pedagogical action committee) member – appointed
  • (2010 - Present) Educational Research and Method Division of the American Society for Engineering Education representative on Frontiers in Education Conference Steering Committee
  • (2008 – 2010) University Enrollment Management Task Force - appointed
  • (AY 2003-2006; AY 2007-2008) Department Chair
  • (2007-2010) HSU Representative CSU Engineering Dean’s meetings as part of the Engineering Academies effort.
  • Selected Participant: National Academy of Engineers sponsored Symposium on Enabling Engineering Faculty  as Academic Change Agents June 2009.
  • Selected Participant: NSF Workshop on Education and Cybercollaboratory September 2008.
  • 2007 Educational Research and Method Division Program Chair for Frontiers in Education Conference
  • 1999 Educational Research and Method Division Program Chair for American Society for Engineering Education Annual Meeting

Awards

  • Susan M. Lord, Elizabeth A. Eschenbach, Alisha A. Waller, Eileen Cashman, and Monica Bruning.  Feminist Frontiers, Helen Plants Award for Most Innovative Session at Frontiers in Education Conference, October 2004.
  • Elizabeth A. Eschenbach 0ne of 3 women honored at the “Feast of Inspiration” (2004) in Arcata California for work with Expanding Your Horizons.  Sponsored by Girls Incorporated of the Redwood Coast.
  • Karl Smith, James Jones, Elizabeth A. Eschenbach, Cooperative Learning, Hellen Plants Award for Most Innovative Session at Frontiers in Education Conference, October 1997.

Selected Presentations

  • Vironche, M and E.A. Eschenbach, (2011) Work in Progress - Reporting S-STEM Retention: New Diversity vs. Supporting Exisiting Diversity. 2011 Frontiers in Education Conference.
  • Conklin, M H,  Eschenbach, E A,  (2008) WATERS: an unique opportunity for E&O, presented to the National Research Council review board in Washington DC, March 12, 2008.
  • Notkin, D. Eschenbach, E A,. Faculty Mentoring: Advice and Case Studies, presented at NSF sponsored Leadership Excellence for Academic Diversity (LEAD) workshop at University of Washington, July 2008. - Invited
  • Eschenbach, E A,  Conklin, M H (2008) WATERS– Integrating Science and Education Through the Development of an Education & Outreach Program that Engages Scientists, Students and Citizens Eos Trans. AGU, 88(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract  H13A-0956, December 10-14, San Francisco, CA.
  • Eschenbach, E. A.,  Johnson, J., Brus, C.,  Carlson, P.A., Giammar, D., Grauer, B., Hotaling, L., Oguntimein, G., Safferman, S., Seiler, E., and Wentling, T. (2006), “WATERS Network:  Increasing Vertical Collaboration within Hydrology Research and Education Communities,” Proceeding, EOS Trans.  AGU, 87(52), Fall Meeting, Supplement, H21F-1440, 11-15 December, San Francisco, CA.
  • Gavrin, A., Cashman, E., and Eschenbach, E.,  (2005) Just-in-Time Teaching (JiTT): Using Online Exercises to Enhance Classroom Learning, Special Session presented at the 35th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference, October, Indianapolis, IN, IEEE Catalog number: 05CH37667C ISBN: 0-7803-9078-4.
  • Baker, K M,*Eschenbach, E A and Madej, M (2004)  Forest Road Decommissioning Policies Determined using Deterministic and Stochastic Dynamic Programming Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Geophysical Union in San Francisco, Eos Trans. AGU, 85(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H33D-0507

Selected Peer Reviewed Publications

  • Virnoche, M. and Eschenbach, E.A, Race, Gender and First Generation Status in Computing Science, Engineering and Math Persistence: Proceedings of the 2010 Frontiers in Education Conference. http://fie-conference.org/fie2010/papers/1669.pdf.
  • Eschenbach, E. A. M. Virnoche, L. Grafman, F. Stamper, L Atkins, R. Raymond and K. Mills, (2009) Improving Early Interest And Confidence In Engineering: Creating Partnerships Between Universities, K-12 Teachers, Their Students And Engineers  Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference.
  • Roger Bales, John Braden, Susan Brantley Martha Conklin, Elizabeth Eschenbach, Jeffrey Glass, Charles Haas, Tom Harmon, Richard Hooper, Barbara Minsker, James Myers, Chris Paola, Jerald Schnoor, David Tarboton, (2008) Draft Science, Education, and Design Strategy for the WATer and Environmental Research Systems Network available at http://www.watersnet.org/ Reviewed by the NRC.
  • Virnoche, M..A. Eschenbach, E. A., (2007). “Expanding Girls’ Horizons In Math And Science: A Longitudinal Evaluation Of Eyh Conference Outcomes”  Proceedings, ASEE Conference, 24-27  June, Honolulu, HI.
  • Mary Ann Madej, Elizabeth A. Eschenbach, Carlos Diaz,*, Rebecca Teasley* and Kristine Baker* “Optimization Strategies For Sediment Reduction Practices On Roads In Steep, Forested Terrain” Earth Surf. Process. Landforms 31, 1643–1656 (2006) Published online in Wiley InterScience (www.interscience.wiley.com) DOI: 10.1002/esp.1436.
  • Lord, S., Cashman, E., Eschenbach, E., and Waller A. (2005) Feminism and Engineering, Proceedings of the 35th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference, October, Indianapolis, IN, IEEE Catalog number: 05CH37667C ISBN: 0-7803-9078-4.
  • Eschenbach, E., Cashman, E., Waller A., and Lord S. (2005) Incorporating Feminist Pedagogy into the Engineering Learning Experience, Proceedings of the 35th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference, October, Indianapolis, IN, IEEE Catalog number: 05CH37667C ISBN: 0-7803-9078-4.
  • Eschenbach, E. A.,  Johnson, J., Brus, C.,  Carlson, P.A., Giammar, D., Grauer, B., Hotaling, L., Oguntimein, G., Safferman, S., Seiler, E., and Wentling, T. (2006), “Eliciting input for Transforming CSET Education via the NSF Collaborative Large-Scale Engineering Analysis Network for Environmental Research (CLEANER), Proceedings, FIE Annual Conference.  Session S3J, October 28-31, San Diego, CA.
  • Cashman, E., Eschenbach, E., and Baker, D. (2005) Adding Energy and Power to Environmental Engineering Curriculum with Just-in-Time Teaching, Proceedings of the 35th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference, October, Indianapolis, IN, IEEE Catalog number: 05CH37667C ISBN: 0-7803-9078-4.
  • Doreen M. Espinoza, Jeffrey W. White, Elizabeth A. Eschenbach, and Eileen M. Cashman, (2004).  “Student Attitudes Surveyed in an Introductory Environmental Resources Engineering Course” Proceedings of 34th Annual ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference. October 20-23, Savannah, Georgia.

REVIEWS

  • NSF Site Visit reviewer for two Engineering Centers
  • NSF for TUES I
  • NSF for the CCLI-A&I Track for Environmental Engineering
  • NSF for Workshop Proposal to Environmental Engineering division
  • Reviewer for:
    • Water Resources Research Journal
    • Environmental Management
    • Water Management
    • Journal of Engineering Education
    • Advances in Engineering Education
    • American Society of Engineering Education Annual Conference
    • Frontiers in Education Special Session and Conference Reviewer

FUNDED PROSPOSALS

  • Eschenbach E.A., Ammousou G-A, Evans T., Bolman J. and Virnoche M. (2006) Scientific Leadership Scholars Program $499,943.  National Science Foundation.
  • Eschenbach, Elizabeth.  (2006-2009 ) CLEANER Project Education Committee CoChair, National Science Foundation $31,500 + $10,967. Subcontract to University of Illinois.
  • M. Virnoche and E.A. Eschenbach (2004) Girls in Math and Science: A Longitudinal Evaluation of the Northern California Expanding Your Horizons  Funded by the American Association For University Women for $7500.

*Denotes a student co-author.