Susan M. ReynoldsTeaching Professor, Colorado School of Mines
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Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
318A Coolbaugh Hall, 1012 14th Street, Golden, CO 80401
Educated in engineering, design, and liberal arts, I am a generalist who enjoys exploring complex ideas from varied perspectives. With roughly 10 years of combined practice as a structural engineer and as an architect, I have accrued expertise in historic preservation and archaic construction techniques.
My teaching portfolio includes computational classes, design/project-based classes, active-learning / flipped classes, reading-intensive seminar-style classes, writing-intensive classes, hand graphics, and computer-aided graphics.
My professional portfolio includes the National Gallery of Art (Washington, DC), the National Portrait Gallery (Washington, DC), The Farnsworth House (Plano, IL), the Second Avenue Subway (New York, NY), and the Washington Convention Center (Washington, DC).
- Professional Engineer, Commonwealth of Virginia
- Professional Engineer, State of Alabama
- Registered Architect, District of Columbia
- M. S. Civil Engineering, University of Illinois
- B. Architecture, Auburn University
- B. A. Spanish, Auburn University
Colorado School of Mines
- Structural Theory
- Mechanics of Materials
- Introduction to Construction Engineering
- Structural Preservation of Existing and Historic Buildings
- The Triumphs and Failures of the Brooklyn Bridge
- Senior (Capstone) Design I & II
- Innovation and Discovery in Engineering, Arts, and Sciences I & II
PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS
- Reynolds, S. M. (2021) Seeing Structures: Interactive CAD Models in Mechanics of Materials. Proceedings paper, 2021 ASEE Annual Conference (virtual).
- Reynolds, S. M. (2017) Reversibility in Historic Preservation and its Application to Sustainable Design Practices in New Construction. Panel discussion, 2017 ASCE Structures Congress, Denver, Colorado.
- Reynolds, S. M. (2016) Critical Thinking for Open-Ended Engineering Problems Through Written Reflection: A Case Study. Paper presented at 2016 ASEE Rocky Mountain Section Conference, Cedar City, Utah.
- Reynolds, S. M. & Tackie, R. N. (2016) A Novel Approach to Skeleton-Note Instruction in Large Engineering Courses: Unified and Concise Handouts that are Fun and Colorful. Paper presented at 2016 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, New Orleans, Louisiana.
- Reynolds, S. M. (2016) A Pedagogical Approach for a Sophomore Mechanics of Materials Course. Extended abstract presented at 2016 MYEE Conference, College Station, Texas.
- Turner, C. J. & Reynolds, S. M. (2014) Multidisciplinary Construction Engineering Design Projects. Paper presented at the 2014 ASEE Annual Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana.