Dr. Tony

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"Some people have a hard time thinking outside the box. Others don't even know there's a box".
 
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This unit covers the concepts of density and buoyancy, as it relates to boat building. The Archimedes principle is also discussed as a basis for displacement of water. This digital file contains a flow chart summary of the unit, an "Engineering
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This is a PowerPoint 97-2003 compatible file with 64 slides, and notes in the notes section explaining most of the slides. Some of the slides are very similar, as they walk you through steps necessary to complete some elementary row
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This is a PowerPoint 97-2003 compatible file with 21 slides, and notes in the notes section explaining most of the slides. This is a Review of Mechanics of Materials presentation that was created for use in a course called Analysis & Design of
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This is a lecture I gave as guest lecturer in some math courses in a high school. The intent was to show the students that the math they were learning could be used "in real life". This short course could also be used with freshman engineers to
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Lamina Stress Strain Relationships This is a PowerPoint 97-2003 compatible file with 43 slides, and notes in the notes section explaining most of the slides. This is a presentation detailing the development of stress-strain relationships for
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This is the lecture notes for a mathematical and physics lecture that I gave in a high school physics class, and again in a freshman introduction to engineering class. The notes include several worked through examples. The lecture
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This unit covers the concepts of tension and compression, as they relate to truss tower building. The concept of the stability of geometric shapes is also presented. This digital file contains an "Engineering Principles" description of the
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This is the board notes from the lecture portion of a summer class I taught to gifted high school students. It is a good introduction to surveying, and is a good beginning to doing other things. If you have access to surveying equipment, you can
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This is lecture notes I developed when I was the guest lecturer in a college level calculus class that was taught in my old high school. The general goal was to show the students that calculus could be used for something in reality. While
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This is a short lecture on calculating the moment of inertia based on formulas. There is even a homework problem included that could be used as a classroom example problem. This is a good beginning to using the lecture "Moment of Inertia - Now
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This lecture outline covers the deflection of beams by integration. It provides the theory first, then an example. There is also a homework included with three parts, with the included solution.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Adjunct Professor, University of New Orleans, 2008 - Present.
Chief Engineer, Lamanna Engineering Consultants, 2006 - Present.
Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Nebraska, Fall 2005.
Assistant Professor, Tulane University, 2002 - 2007.
Lecturer, University of Wisconsin - Madison, 2001.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I mostly lecture with some demonstration experiments. I lecture with either colored chalk on a chalkboard or computerized slides with example problems in chalk on the chalkboards.

When I use the chalkboard, I keep my notes in "board-note" format; what's in the square on the page is exactly what gets put on the chalk-board. Additional notes to myself are on the side of the page.

For computerized slides, I tend to build my slides in PowerPoint on my desktop, and then import them into Keynote on my iPad for delivery. Keynote doesn't do as well with mathematical symbols and fancy fonts, so I have posted the base PowerPoint files. Please contact me if you would prefer one of my offerings in Keynote instead of Powerpoint.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

American Concrete Institute, Young Member Award for Professional Achievement, 2011.
Charter President, Rotary Club of New Orleans Riverbend, 2010 - 2011.
ASCE New Orleans Branch, Outstanding Young Civil Enginer, 2008.
Rotary District 6840, Group Study Exchange, 2008.
Tulane University, Paul H. and Donna D. Flower Early Career Professorship, 2005 - 2006.
Journal of Advances in Structural Engineering, Best Paper of the Journal for 2004.
ASCE Journal of Composites in Construction, Best Basic Research Paper of 2004.
ASCE, Thomas Fitch Rowland Prize for best paper in 2002.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

University of Wisconsin - Madison, Ph.D., Civil Engineering - Structures, 2002.
University of Wisconsin - Madison, M.S., Engineering Mechanics, 2001.
Purdue University, M.S.C.E., Civil Engineering - Construction Materials, 1998.
The Catholic University of America, B.C.E., Civil Engineering - Construction Management, 1997.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I am a licensed professional engineer in Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida.

I have taught hands-on engineering outreach courses to students from 4th grade to 12th grade. These courses have ranged from one hour stand-alone courses to week long courses in topics such as engineering materials and surveying.

I have lectured in high schools about engineering, from advanced college level calculus classes to remedial math courses (learning angles and trig on surveying equipment is much more fun than with paper and pencil).

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