Chris Herring, Ph.D.


Dr. Herring has over 20 years of industry experience in computer architecture, data error correction, and system architecture. He holds 21 design patents and participated on a number of standardization committees. Dr. Herring completed his Ph.D. with an emphasis on Engineering Education and continues to explore this area as a research focus.  His dissertation focused on help-seeking behavior with particular interest in Steele and Aronson’s stereotype threat and Dweck’s theory of intelligence.



All Publications

Publication Number 1:

Herring, C., & Walther, J. (2016). Academic help-seeking as a stand-alone, metacognitive action: An empirical study of experiences and behaviors in undergraduate engineering students. Paper presented at the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, New Orleans, LA.

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