Journal Articles

Empathy in engineering

Walther, J., Miller, S. E., & Sochacka, N. W. (in press). A model of empathy in engineering as a core skill, practice orientation, and professional way of being. Journal of Engineering Education.

Interpretive research quality

Walther, J., Sochacka, N. W., Benson, L., Bumbaco, A., Kellam, N. N., Pawley, A., & Phillips, C. (in press). Qualitative research quality: A collaborative inquiry across multiple methodological perspectives. Journal of Engineering Education.

Walther, J., Sochacka, N. W., & Pawley, A. (2016). Data sharing in interpretive engineering education research: Challenges and opportunities from a research quality perspective. Advances of Engineering Education, 5(2).

Guyotte, K. W., & Sochacka, N. W. (2015). Is This Research? Productive Tensions in Living the (Collaborative) Autoethnographic Process. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, January-December 2016, 1–11.

Walther, J. (2014). Understanding Fundamental Assumptions Underlying Interpretive Educational Research through the Lens of a Cultural ‘Verfremdungseffekt’. Journal of Engineering Education, 103(3), 450-462.

Walther, J., Sochacka, N. W., & Kellam, N. N. (2013). Quality in interpretive engineering education research: Reflections on an example study. Journal of Engineering Education, 102(4), 626-659.

STEAM (STEM + Art) education

Sochacka, N. W., Guyotte, K., & Walther, J. (2016). Learning Together: A Collaborative Autoethnographic Exploration of STEAM (STEM + the Arts) Education. Journal of Engineering Education, 105(1), 1-28.

Guyotte, K., Sochacka, N. W., Costantino, T., Kellam, N. N., & Walther, J. (2015). Collaborative creativity in STEAM: Narratives of art education students’ experiences in transdisciplinary spaces. International Journal of Education & the Arts, 16(15).

Guyotte, K., Sochacka, N. W., Costantino, T., Walther, J., & Kellam, N. N. (2014). Steam as social practice: Cultivating creativity in transdisciplinary spaces. Art Education, 67(6), 12-19.

Costantino, T., Guyotte, K., Kellam, N., & Walther, J. (2014). Seeing experiences of interdisciplinarity through student artwork: Exploring different approaches to analysis. International Review of Qualitative Research, 7(2), 217-235.

Kellam, N. N., J. Walther, T. Costantino and B. Cramond (2013). Integrating the Engineering Curriculum through the Synthesis and Design Studio. Advances in Engineering Education, 5(2).

Costantino, T. T., N. N. Kellam, B. Cramond and I. Crowder (2010). An Interdisciplinary Design Studio: How Can Art and Engineering Collaborate to Increase Students’ Creativity? Art Education, 63(2), 49-53.

Understanding engineering cultures

Gattie, D. K., N. N. Kellam, J. R. Schramski and J. Walther (2011). Engineering education as a complex system. European Journal of Engineering Education, 36(6), 521-535.

Reflective practice

Walther, J., N. Kellam, N. Sochacka and D. Radcliffe (2011). Engineering Competence? An interpretive investigation of engineering students’ professional formation. Journal of Engineering Education, 100(4), 703-740.


Robertson, B. F., J. Walther and D. F. Radcliffe (2007). Creativity and the Use of CAD Tools: Lessons for Engineering Design Education From Industry. Journal of Mechanical Design, 129(7), 753-760.

Walther, J. and D. Radcliffe (2007). The Competence Dilemma in Engineering Education: Moving beyond simple Graduate Attribute mapping. Australasian Journal of Engineering Education, 13(1), 41-51.


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