Dr. Kaninika Bhatnagar
Kaninika Bhatnagar is an Assistant Professor in the School of Technology, and Women’s Studies faculty at Eastern. She earned her Ph.D. in technology from the Eastern Michigan University. Her doctoral work was based on researching gender differences in high school students’ technology perceptions. Her dissertation research portfolio can be viewed at http://people.emich.edu/kbhatnag/KaninikaPortfolio/ Since then her work has led to several allied projects and publications, such as in the Proceedings of the American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE), the Journal of Engineering Technology (JET), and the Advancing Women in Leadership Journal from the Research on Women in Education (RWE). Her book chapter on women and SCM is currently in press. She has an academic background in architecture and construction, MS in Architecture from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. She teaches a wide variety of courses, such as Industrial Materials, Architectural Drafting, Global Technology, and the Women and Technology Senior Seminar. Her primary research interest is the interaction of diversity in general, and gender in particular, with science and technology issues in the new century.
Frequently Taught CoursesTEC 5143: Research in Technology
TEC 5173: Global Technology
TEC 5990: Independent Study
AET 4243: Construction Project Management
AET 3223: Architectural Drafting & Blueprint Reading
AET 1263: Material Technology
EducationPh.D., Technology, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti MI
MS, Architecture, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor MI
M.Tech., Construction Management, Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India
B. Arch., Architecture, Chandigarh College of Architecture, Chandigarh, India
Professional OrganizationsMember, Association of Technology Management and Applied Engineering (ATMAE)
Vice President, Women in Technology Division, ATMAE
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Bhatnagar, K., (2011). “A Time to Draw: Old-Fashioned Architectural Drafting, An Experiment in Basics”, Accepted after peer review for publication in ATMAE 2011 Conference Proceedings.
Bhatnagar, K., (2011). “Supply Chain Management and the Other Half”, in Tetteh, E. & Eyob, E. eds. (2011) Customer Oriented Global Supply Chain: Concepts for Effective Management, IGI Global (formerly Idea Group Inc).
Bhatnagar, K. (2011). “Investigation of Gender Differences in Learning Styles in Engineering Technology: Translating Research to Practice: Design Recommendations for Materials Technology Undergraduate Curriculum” Proceedings, VII International Conference on Engineering and Computer Education, ICECE 2011, Guimarães, Portugal
Bhatnagar, K. (2010). "Modeling Instruction for the Net Generation: The Use of New Media to Frame Classroom Conversation In A Graduate Seminar Course: Possibilities and Predicaments", Proceedings, ATMAE Annual Conference, 159-165, available at http://atmae.org/conven/ATMAE2010ConfProc.pdf
Bhatnagar, K., & Brake M. L. (2010). “Gender differences in technology perceptions of high school students and their intent to choose technology college majors”, Journal of Engineering Technology, American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE), 27(2), 8-16.
Bhatnagar, K.(2010). "Engineering Technology and Gender: Enhancing Voice and Access for minority groups by Curricular Design for Distance Learning" , Proceedings, 3rd. International Multi-Conference on Engineering and Technological Innovation (IMETI 2010), Orlando, USA, June 29 - July 2, 2010, pp.176 - 180
Bhatnagar, K. (2008) High school students' perception of technology and its influence on their intent to select a technology college major: a study in gender differences, DISS: Eastern Michigan University, available at Digital Commons (http://commons.emich.edu/) EMU
Bhatnagar, K., Bhattacharjee, B., & Gupta, A. (1997). Neural Networks as Decision Support System for Energy Efficient Building Design, Architectural Science Review,
Conference PresentationsBhatnagar, K., (2011). “Distance Education and International and/or Minority Students: Key Behavioral Patterns”, peer reviewed Round Table Discussion, 27th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching & Learning, Aug 3-5, 2011, Madison WI, available at http://www.uwex.edu/disted/conference/2011proceedings.pdf
Bhatnagar, K. “Investigation of Gender Differences in Learning Styles in Engineering Technology: Translating Research to Practice: Design Recommendations for Materials Technology Undergraduate Curriculum”, presentation at the IAJC-ASEE Joint International Conference, Apr 29-30, University of Hartford, CT 06117
Bhatnagar, K. (2010) Modeling Instruction for the Net Generation: The Use of New Media to Frame Classroom Conversation in a Graduate Seminar Course: Possibilities and Predicaments, the Association of Technology Management and Applied Engineering (ATMAE) Annual Conference presentation,
Bhatnagar, K. (2009) Distance Learning Technology as a Means to Improve Access and Voice for Minority Groups In the Curricular Development of Gender and Technology Seminar Structure, the Association of Technology Management and Applied Engineering (ATMAE) Annual Conference presentation,
Bhatnagar, K. (2007) Why do High School students choose technology college majors? the Association of Technology Management and Applied Engineering (ATMAE) Annual Conference presentation,
Bhatnagar, K., & Brake, M. (2006) Perceptions of Technology among High School students: A case study in suburban Midwest, The 32nd Annual Fall Conference, Research on Women and Education (RWE), Wayne University, Detroit MI
Bhatnagar, K., & Brake, M. (2006) Perception of Technology among Students & Teachers, the 68th International Technology Education Association (ITEA) Annual Conference
Bhatnagar, K. (2003) Journeying from Stone Instruments to Remembered Landscapes: Jai Singh II's Astronomical Observatories, the 3rd Savannah Symposium on Commeration and the City, Savannah GA
Bhatnagar, K. (1999) Adaptive Reuse of Historic Properites in India: Aesthetics and Appropriateness, The Economics of Heritage, UNESCO conference on Adaptive Reuse of HIstoric Properties in the Asia and the Pacific, Penang, Melaka, Malaysia
Bhatnagar, K. (1999) Of Beauty and Architectural Conservation: A Paradigm Shift, Annual Comparative Literature Intra-student and Faculty Forum, University of Michigan
Bhatnagar, K. (1999) Out of HIstory Into Theory: A Tale of Two Cities in Transition, Testing Ground: Questioning the Boundaries between HIstory and Theory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge MA
Bhatnagar, K. (1998) Globalization in the Cause of Urban Conservation: the Historic Urban Centers of Amber and Agra, India, City Space and Globalization Conference, Taubman College of Architecture, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor MI