- Ph.D. in Engineering Education - Virginia Tech
- M.S. in Civil Engineering - Virginia Tech
- B.S. in Civil Engineering - NC State University
Areas of Research and Professional Interest
- Transfer of engineering learning
- The transition between engineering school and work
- Cyberlearning (mixed reality and virtual reality technology)
Ph.D. Degree Available: Unified Ph.D. in Engineering, Specialization in Engineering Education Research
- ENGR 891 - Theory in STEM Education Research
About Logan Perry
Logan Perry is an Assistant Professor of Engineering Education in the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering. His work contains a unique blend of engineering education and civil engineering projects. Dr. Perry's current work centers on understanding how students transfer their knowledge between engineering school and work. This is supplemented by his role in developing assessment techniques for two NSF-funded projects focused on the incorporation of virtual and mixed reality technology into civil engineering education. In addition, his past civil engineering research investigated the behavior of wood shear wall structures under seismic loading conditions. Dr. Perry’s expertise in both the engineering education and civil engineering domains provide him with a unique skillset that drives his interests in learning and technical engineering work.
Honors and Awards
- Graduate Fellow, Virginia Tech Academy for Global Engineering, 2019
- Charles E. Via Civil & Environmental Engineering Fellowship, 2016
Perry, L. A., & London, J. S. (2021, July). The Transfer of Learning Between School and Work: A New Stance in the Debate About Engineering Graduates’ Preparedness for Career Success Abstract. In 2021 ASEE Virtual Annual Conference Content Access.
Perry, L. A., London, J., Ayer, S., Wu, W. (2020). Leveraging mixed reality and the three apprenticeships model to facilitate authentic learning experiences for civil engineering students. Paper submitted to the 2020 Frontiers in Education Conference, Uppsala, Sweden.
Perry, L. A., Line, P., & Charney, F. A. (2018). Influence of varying strength, from story to story, on modeled seismic response of wood-frame shear wall structures. Paper submitted to the 2018 World Conference on Timber Engineering, Seoul, South Korea.