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Larry J. Shuman is Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Distinguished Service Professor of Industrial Engineering, University of Pittsburgh. His research focuses on improving the engineering educational experience, emphasizing assessment of learning and problem solving abilities, and studying the ethical behavior of engineers and engineering managers. He has led the development of a very successful cooperative engineering education program and an innovative study abroad program. He served as the Spring 2002 Academic Dean for the Semester at Sea Program.
A former senior editor of the Journal of Engineering Education, Dr. Shuman is the founding editor of Advances in Engineering Education. He has published widely in the engineering education literature, and is co-author of Engineering Ethics: Balancing Cost, Schedule and Risk - Lessons Learned from the Space Shuttle (Cambridge University Press). He received his Ph.D. from The Johns Hopkins University in Operations Research and the BSEE from the University of Cincinnati.