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Muhammad Kehnemouyi, Ph.D., PE

Muhammad Kehnemouyi, Ph.D., PE

 

Interviews 

  • Community College as the Starting Point. In the article entitled, "STEM and the Community College", which appears in the Digital Edition College Planning & Management, Dr. Muhammad Kehnemouyi, Professor and Chair, points out the advantages Montgomery College's small class sizes taught by professors rather than TAs. Gone is the stigma of spending the first two years of college at a community college, as Montgomery College produces an impressive rate of transfer to four-year institutions, including University of Maryland, Georgia Tech., MIT, and The George Washington University.
  • Montgomery College engineering program featured, in engineering journal, as " largest engineering transfer program in the nation". The article is entitled, "Community Colleges Gain Larger Role in Developing Engineering Talent" and is in the April '09 Edition of , PE, the Magazine for Professional Engineers, published by the National Society of Professional Engineers. In the article, Dr. Muhammad Kehnemouyi, Professor and Chair, comments on the high success rate of engineering transfer students from Montgomery College to four-year institutions.
  • Montgomery College engineering program featured, in PRISM  journal, as a community college that is "Geared To Busy Lives" and "Eases the Transition". Prism, the online journal of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), features comments on aspects of Montgomery College's role in engineering education from Dr. Muhammad Kehnemouyi, Professor and Chair, and retired professor (now part-time) transfer advisor, Dr. Donald Day.
  • MC Engineering Program featured in the Chronicle of Higher Education. Community colleges are working to fill a growing need for engineers by creating programs that help students go on to four-year programs. This week's Chronicle of Higher Education article highlighted Montgomery College's own efforts to work with other colleges and universities to create a statewide transfer agreement and to advise and prepare students.
  • Montgomery College TV (MCTV) interview, June 2010.

 

 


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