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Engineering and Innovation Learning Community

The Engineering and Innovation Learning Community is an excellent opportunity for you to live in a community of scholars that share a commitment to the fields of engineering, physics and flight science. Located in Grand Hall, this community is extremely popular with first-year Parks College students.

Parks College students

This community is open to all students in Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology.

Associated Classes for 2017-2018

Fall
  • University 101: Enhancing First-Year Success
  • CHEM 1110: General Chemistry I
  • Your Parks College discipline-specific courses
Spring
  • PHYS 1610: Engineering Physics I

Engineering and Innovation Curricular and Co-Curricular Tracking

Students who complete all curricular and co-curricular requirements of the Learning Community program will receive a Gold Medallion and Learning Community Certificate to be worn at graduation, in recognition of their commitment and achievement within their LC. 

You are encouraged to track and share progress in the Learning Community program with your advisers, using this downloadable form to keep a personal record of  your participation, and to share your LC course progress, plans, co-curricular activities and service hours throughout the academic year. 

Tracking Form for the Engineering and Innovation Learning Community

Engineering and Innovation Course Changes

All Learning Community students will be placed into the associated LC courses by the Learning Community academic coordinator. To request adds, drops, or other changes to your LC course schedule, you or your advisor should complete the corresponding Google Forms located below.

Faculty Associate

Scott A. Sell, Ph.D. is currently an Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering in Parks College of Engineering, Aviation, and Technology at Saint Louis University. Dr. Sell’s Tissue Engineering Scaffold Fabrication Lab focuses on the fabrication and evaluation of tissue engineering scaffolds capable of replicating both the form and function of the native extracellular matrix (ECM). Dr. Sell is also heavily interested in engineering and entrepreneurship education; having worked closely with both the Kern Entrepreneurship Education Network (KEEN) and the Coleman Foundation, and been selected to participate in the National Academy of Engineering’s Frontiers of Engineering Education Symposium in 2016.

Dr. Sell has over 65 peer reviewed publications, over 150 conference abstracts, and 3150+ citations of his work. He has also been the recipient of several prestigious awards during his time at SLU.

The thing I love the most about living in the Engineering and Innovation Learning Community is that you get to live on the same floor with the people who will be in your classes for the next four years. This guarantees that you’ll have some amazing friends and resources not only for your first year, but for the rest of college, as well.

Megan Shockley, Engineering Student