Faculty ShowCASE: Sunniva Collins on the Spectrum of Thinking
In engineering, turning an abstract idea into a tangible benefit for the public requires the efforts of many talented teams across several disciplines. From the big-thinking philosophers who first dream of the idea to the scientists who make it a mathematical reality, every step of the process has a defined and equally important purpose.
Sunniva Collins, associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering at Case School of Engineering, explains how the online engineering master’s programs from Case Western Reserve University are preparing professionals to be part of this important process through curiosity, critical thinking and engagement with others.
There’s more: See how perspective and curiosity led these Case Western Reserve students and alumni to accomplish great things.