Murzi, H., Fleming, M., & Mazzurco, A. (2017). Work-In-Progress: Environmental Course Redesign: Learning Ethics from the Environmental Engineering Perspective. Research in Engineering Education Symposium.
Mazzurco, A., Murzi, H., Fleming, M. (2017). Work-In-Progress: Development of the Environmental Engineering Issues Test (E2IT). Research in Engineering Education Symposium.
Fleming, M., Mazzurco, A., Murzi, H. (2017). The Enhancing Students’ Employability Project: Literature Synthesis of Assessment Instruments. Research in Engineering Education Symposium.
Jesiek, B. K., Mazzurco, A., & Trellinger, N. M. (2015). Becoming boundary spanners in engineering: Identifying roles, activities, and competencies. Proceedings of the 2015 IEEE Frontiers in Education Annual Conference.
Mazzurco A., Zhu, Q., Wuji G., & Zhao, F. (2014). A comparative study of clay brick and fly ash brick in USA and China: Environmental and sociocultural perspectives. Proceedings of 2014 International Symposium on Sustainable Systems & Technologies.
Workshops, Invited Talks, Presentations, and Posters
Philips, C. M. L., Joslyn, C. H., & Mazzurco, A. (2015). Social justice in the engineering curriculum: Course modules to challenge the dominant engineering culture. 2015 Engineering Social Justice and Peace Conference.
Mazzurco, A. (2015). Methods to meaningfully engage community members in humanitarian engineering projects. 2015 Engineering Social Justice and Peace Conference.
Mazzurco, A., & Jesiek, B. K. (2015). Classification of problem framing and solving methods for humanitarian engineering. Poster at the 2015 Humanitarian Technology Conference, Boston, May 12-14.
Jesiek, B. K., Mazzurco, A., Lucena, J. C., Lehr, J., Thompson, J. (2014). Frontiers of humanitarian engineering: Learning from social justice, feminism, and failures. Workshop at the 2014 IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference, San José, CA.
Mazzurco A. (2013). Engenharia dos oprimidos: A model of participatory engineering project for sustainable community development. 2013 Engineering, Social Justice, and Peace Conference