Prof. Fred McBagonluri is Dean of Engineering at Ashesi University. Prior to his appointment, he was Vice President of New Product Development at Joerns Healthcare, Arlington, TX. He also held roles of increasing responsibilities for Fortune 500 companies in the US. He was Director of Research and Development and Director of IT at Siemens Healthcare. He was also World Wide Director Research and Development, and subsequently Director of Market Development at Becton Dickinson and Co.
Prof. Fred McBagonluri holds MBA from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and earned a Ph.D. in Materials Engineering from the University of Dayton, Masters in Engineering Mechanics from Virginia Tech, and a Bachelors of Science in Manufacturing Engineering (Summa cum laude) from Central State University.
Prof McBagonluri is a recipient of the 2008 US Black Engineer of the Year: Most Promising Scientist Award, 2008 NJBiz Innovator Hero Award and was 2009 Finalist of the NASA Astronaut Candidate Corps (ASCAN). He holds 21 issued US Patents and numerous technical publications.
Dean of Engineering, Ashesi University College
Vice President New Product Development, Joerns Healthcare
Director Market Dev/Business Strategy, Becton Dickinson & Co
WW Director R&D, Becton Dickinson & Co
Director R&D, Siemens
Sr. Engineering Mgr, Siemens
Principal Engineer, Siemens
Sr. Engineer, Siemens
University of Dayton, PhD
Virginia Tech, MS Engineering Mechanics
Central State University, BS Manufacturing Engineering
Rapid Manufacturing Technologies: The Next Industrial Revolution., Rapid Manufacturing in the Hearing Industry
Advanced Structural Materials: Properties, Design Optimization, and Applications., Titanium Alloys: Structure, Properties, and Application
Materials Science and Engineering: A, An investigation of the effects of microstructure on dwell fatigue cracks growth in Ti-6242.
Journal of Engineering Materials and Technology, An Investigation of the Effects of Microstructure on Fatigue Crack Growth in Ti6242
International Journal of Fatigue, Characterization of Fatigue and Combined Environment on Durability Performance of Glass/Vinyl Ester Composite for Infrastructure Applications