Marnie Jamieson, M. Sc., P. Eng.

  • BSc in Chemical Engineering, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta.

  • MSc in Chemical Engineering, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta.

Research Interests:  

  • Leveraging sustainable design, life cycle, risk, and project management - from innovation and strategic implementation through responsible operation to planned reclamation. Engineering projects inherently alter our world; thus, balancing the net social benefit equation is critical to a sustainable future.

  • Applying design principles and process control concepts to engineering education with a special interest in blended learning and project courses with industrial partnerships.  

  • Developing assessment methods to measure higher level cognitive and affective domain functions associated with engineering education learning objectives in complex open ended design project courses.

  • Applying thermodynamics and phase behavior to novel and standard design projects.

Teaching Interests:

  • CHE 435/465 Blended Learning Project
  • Integrative teaching of engineering, team development, project management, design, sustainability, economics, safety, risk and loss management in complex real and sometimes wicked problems.

  • Facilitation of Engineering Mentorship by maintaining and growing partnerships with industry, research, business, and student communities to connect people, projects and foster innovation and sustainable design.

  • The application of CEAB graduate performance criteria to course and program design.

  • Blended learning support for active and open ended learning.

Work Experience:

  • Industrial Professor in Chemical Process Design University of Alberta 2015 - present

  • University of Alberta Center for Teaching and Learning, 2014 - 2016 

  • University of Alberta Faculty of Engineering, 2010 - 2015

  • Engineering Consultant, 1998 - present

  • AT Plastics 1996 - 1998

  • Syncrude Canada Ltd. 1988 - 1996

  Marnie Jamieson

Marnie Jamieson, M. Sc., P.Eng.
Industrial Professor
Chemical Process Design

12-229 Donadeo Innovation
Centre for Engineering
CME Department
University of Alberta
9211 - 116 Street NW
Edmonton, Alberta


CHE 464 Fall 2015 Poster Session

CHE 465 Winter 2011 Project Sponser Example