Faculty/Staff Profile

S. Michael Wells, B.S. Electrical Engineering, M.S. Industrial and Systems Engineering, Human Factors

Asst. Professor

Highest Degree University: University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Department: Basic Engineering Office
Clement Hall (CLEM) 326
PO Box: 5002
(931) 372-3829

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S. Michael Wells's research interest are in the areas of student motivation, success, and retention. Early each fall semester he organizes and oversees the annual Engineering Orientation Fair for the College of Engineering.

RECENT PUBLICATIONS:

"Positive and Negative Motivators and Their Effect on Engineering Student Success," by S. Michael Wells and Sabrina D. Wells, 2013 ASEE Southeastern Conference Proceedings.

"The Declining Work Ethic of the American Engineering Student," by S. Michael Wells, 2006 ASEE Souttheastern Conference Proceedings.

"Who are Our Students Today?", by S. Michael Wells and Kristine Craven, 2004 ASEE Southeastern Conference Proceedings.

"Factors Contributing to Poor Motivation of Freshmen Engineering Students," by S. Michael Wells and Kristine Craven, 2003 ASEE Southeastern Conference Proceedings.

"Is There a Need to Teach Professionalism to Our Freshmen Students?" by S. Michael Wells, 2002 ASEE Southeastern Conference Proceedings.

"Grade Forecasting as a Motivational Tool for Freshmen Students," by S. Michael Wells, 2001 ASEE Southeastern Conference Proceedings.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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