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Mogul, Nicole

Mogul, Nicole

Senior Lecturer
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Mogul studied biology as an undergraduate at Colby College and received a doctorate in science and technology studies from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. 

Mogul has been teaching a course on engineering ethicsfor the ECE Department since 2013. Other courses she teaches include The Future of Science Communication, Infrastructure and Society, and the Capstone in Science, Technology and Society. She also teaches a module on Engineering Ethics in ECE’s Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering course. Mogul is a Distinguished Fearless Faculty Fellow with the Academy for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (AIE) and a member of the Engineering Education Research Group (EERG).


  • A. James Clark School Outstanding Faculty Service Award (2020)

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Nicole Mogul Receives A. James Clark School Outstanding Faculty Service Award

The selection committee selected Mogul as being one of the most innovative educators in the Clark School.