Stacy G. Birmingham

Dean, Albert A. Hopeman Jr. School of Science, Engineering & Math
All FacultyMechanical Engineering

Contact Information
Phone: 724-458-2033
Email: sgbirmingham@gcc.edu

Stacy G. Birmingham

Education:

  • Ph.D., 1988, Chemical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University
  • M.S., 1985, Chemical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University
  • B.S., 1983, Chemical Engineering (Option in Colloids, Polymers, & Surfaces), Carnegie Mellon University

Selected Works:

  • S.G. Birmingham and W.P. Birmingham, “Challenges in the Sciences: Educational Policy, the Academy, and Funding for Research,” The Center for Vision and Values 2012 Conference, Grove City College, Grove City, PA April 2012
  • S.G. Birmingham and W.P. Birmingham, "Science and Technology at the Heart of the American Experience," The Center for Vision and Values 2011 Conference, Grove City College, Grove City, PA April 2011
  • S. G. Birmingham and M. Wasburn, “On or Off the Tenure Track: The Work Lives of Women Engineering and Technology Faculty,” J. Women and Minorities in Science and Eng., 14, 211 (2008).
  • M. A. Clauss, B. T. Allison, S. G. Birmingham, M. A. Reuber, and V. F. DiStasi, “A Successful Model for Engineers Studying Abroad: A Foreign Study Center with Concurrent Instruction,” in Proceedings of the 2008 ASEE Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA, June, 2008.
  • S. G. Birmingham and M. Wasburn, “On or Off the Tenure Track: The Work Lives of Women Engineering and Technology Faculty,” in Proceedings of the 2008 ASEE Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA, June, 2008.
  • H.-J. Kong, S. G. Bike, V. C. Li, “Effects of a Strong Polyelectrolyte on the Rheological Properties of Concentrated Cementitious Suspensions,” Cement Concrete Comp., 36, 851 (2006).
  • H.-J. Kong, S. G. Bike, V. C. Li, “Electrosteric stabilization of concentrated cement suspensions imparted by a strong anionic polyelectrolyte and a non-ionic polymer,” Cement Concrete Comp., 36, 842 (2006).

Academic Interests:

  • Complex fluids
  • Cell-surface interactions
  • Engineering Pedagogy

Courses Taught:

  • ENGR 156, Introduction to Engineering
  • MECE 201, Fundamentals of Materials Science
  • MECE 326, Heat and Mass Transfer
  • MECE 421, Applied Fluid Mechanics

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