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Jeremi London

Jeremi LondonJeremi London, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Engineering and Manufacturing Engineering Program

7171 E. Sonoran Arroya Mall
Peralta Hall, 330H
480-727- 1339
Mail code: 2180

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Learn about the Ph.D. in Engineering Education Systems and Design Program

Areas of Research Expertise and Developing Interests: engineering education, research impact, cyberlearning, broadening participation


Dr. Jeremi London is an assistant professor in the Polytechnic School, one of six schools in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University. Prior to joining the ASU faculty, she worked as a Post-doc at ASU, spent several summers at the National Science Foundation, and worked in various traditional industrial engineering roles at Anheuser-Busch and GE Healthcare.

Dr. London is an industrial engineer and mixed methods engineering education researcher. She enjoys leading projects focused on the characterizing and communicating the scientific and societal impact of federal investments in STEM education R&D; the use of cyberlearning tools to facilitate personalized learning experiences for students; applications of simulation and modeling tools to address undergraduate engineering education research problems; broadening the participation of underrepresented groups in engineering and computer science; advancing the scholarship on teaching and learning in engineering education. She also works collaboratively on projects related to revolutionizing undergraduate engineering education and realizing an entrepreneurial mindset among engineering students and faculty. Dr. London works across disciplinary boundaries of engineering, education and policy and has published in diverse disciplinary publication venues including the Journal of Engineering Education, International Journal of Engineering EducationJournal of Faculty Development, and the International Journal of Doctoral Studies.

Dr. London is deeply committed to engineering education through teaching, research, and service. She helped organize the 2014 Cyberlearning Research Summit, the second of its kind. Additionally, she was the inaugural chair of the Professional Development Committee of the Graduate Engineering Education Consortium for Students (GEECS), an organization that provides a collaboration, mentoring, and networking forum for geographically dispersed students conducting engineering education research at universities across the country.


Ph.D., Engineering Education, Purdue University
M.S., Industrial Engineering, Purdue University
B.S., Industrial Engineering, Purdue University


Overall Best Paper Award, Australasian Association for Engineering Education Annual Conference, 2015
Finalist, AAAS S&T Policy Fellowship Program, Health, Education, and Human Services Fellowship Area, 2015
Honorable Mention, Graduate Student Researcher Award, School of Engineering Education at Purdue Univ., 2014
Outstanding Service Award, Purdue College of Engineering, 2013

Selected Publications

London, J., Cox, M. (2015). The Beginning of a Scholarly Conversation on Impact in Engineering Education: Summarizing the Three Difficulties with Studying Research Impact. Proceedings of the Australasian Association for Engineering Education Annual Conference, Victoria, Australia.

McKenna, A.F., London, J., Johri, A., Vorvoreanu, M., Madhavan, K. (2015). Developing and Advancing a Cyberinfrastructure to Gain Insights into Research Investments: An Organizing Research Framework. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, Seattle, WA.

London, J.S., Cox, M.F., Ahn, B., Branch S.E., Torres-Ayala, A., Zephirin, T., Zhu, J. (2014). Motivations for Pursuing an Engineering Ph.D. and Perceptions of its Added Value: A U.S.-based Study. International Journal of Doctoral Studies, 9, 205-227.

London, J.S. (2014). The impact of National Science Foundation Investments in undergraduate engineering education research: A comparative, mixed methods study. (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from ProQuest Dissertations and Theses database. (UMI No. 3687797).

London, J.S. (2013). Analysis and Modeling of Learning Outcome Mappings in Engineering Education. (Master’s thesis). Retrieved from ProQuest Dissertations and Theses database. (UMI No. 1544419).

London, J. (2012). Exploring Cyberlearning through a NSF Lens. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, San Antonio, Texas.