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"The 21st century civil engineering education must be deconstructed to problem and project based in delivering top-notch skills aimed at  improving global economy, solving societal problems and creating sustainable infrastructures through quality design, research and practice."

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Dr. Steve Efe 

Teaching Philosophy:

My teaching objective is to deliver content and experiential opportunities that support intellectual, professional and personal development to prepare Morgan State University students for responsible and productive citizenship in the global society. In my view, transformative learning and critical thinking skill development promotes student’s success. While understanding the diversity of learning styles, my teaching style engeders high-achievement and retention, high-impact teaching using authentic assessment and interactive means with real-life models, computational techniques and exposure to emerging technologies. Deeply committed the United States’ competitiveness in STEM education and  Africa American participatation in science, technology and engineering. 

 Courses Taught at Morgan State University:​

  • CEGR 202: Statics

  • CEGR 212: Mechanics of Materials (Fall 2015 - Present)

  • CEGR 324: Structural Analysis I (Spring 2015-Present)

  • CEGR 302: Dynamics (Winter 2016-Present)

  • CEGR 492: Senior Review and Project Proposal (Fall 2016-Present)

  • CEGR 493: Senior Project Advisement - (Fall 2016-Present)

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Baltimore, Maryland steve.efe@morgan.edu

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