James Madison University

Department of Engineering Welcomes New Faculty

PHOTO: Adebayo A. OgundipeAdebayo A. Ogundipe, Ph.D. will join the Department of Engineering as an Assistant Professor in August 2010.  Dr. Ogundipe received his doctorate in Environmental Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology in 2006 and is currently a Research Fellow for the Center of Environmental Systems at Stevens Institute of Technology.  Dr. Ogundipe also teaches in the Civil, Environmental and Ocean Engineering Department at Stevens Institute.  His research and teaching is in life cycle impact, environmental sustainability, industrial ecology, green design, environmental compatibility in manufacturing, emerging pollutants, physicochemical processes, and environmental fate and transport studies.

PHOTO: Robert L. NagelRobert L. Nagel, Ph.D. will join the Department of Engineering as an Assistant Professor in August 2010.  Dr. Nagel earned his doctorate from Oregon State University in June 2010 in Engineering Design. He performs research in the area of design theory and methodology exploring the potential to automate human-centric operations, modeling of complex systems, and identification of faults associated with unanticipated user interaction Mr. Nagel aims to work collaboratively within both industrial and academic circles on multidisciplinary research projects applying research, performing new research and participating as an active member in the design research community.


  • September 12
    6:00 p.m.
    ICCE Event: Innovation, Collaboration, Creativity, Entrepreneurship
    Festival and Student Conference Center
  • September 19
    12:15 p.m.
    MADE Professionalism Seminar Series:
    Construction Engineering and Cover Letters that Sing
    HHS 2003
  • September 19-20
    Capital One/JMU Hack-a-Thon 
    ICE House
  • September 29-30
    Fall Career and Internship Fair
    11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
    Festival Ballroom
  • October 3
    12:15 p.m.
    MADE Professionalism Seminar Series:
    Engineering Study Abroad Opportunities
    HHS 2003