Dr. Lucietto is an experienced engineer with years of experience in a variety of positions in different industries. She began as a mechanical engineer, working in progressively responsible positions requiring in-depth knowledge in mechanical, electrical, civil/construction, chemical and environmental engineering. She has spent significant time in the energy generation, chemical process, nuclear plant construction, operation, and material fabrication roles. Much of her career focused on facilities, maintenance, reliability, and various aspects of manufacturing management.
She moved into teaching full time to help students successfully transition into careers in a variety of industries and to aide in their development into and through graduate school. Her research is focused on sustainable energy, and engineering education, with the intention of fully understanding engineering technology students.
Purdue University, W. Lafayette, IN
Ph.D. – Engineering Education
The Role of Academic Ability in Choice of Major and Persistence in STEM Fields
Matthew Ohland, PhD – Advisor
Lewis University, Romeoville, IL
MBA – Masters in Business Administration
Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI
BSME – Mechanical Engineering
Design, Materials and Thermodynamics
Illinois On Line Network - Master On Line Teaching Certificate - 2006
- OSHA 30 Hour Construction Training
- Excavation Competent Person
- Supported & Suspended Scaffold User/Erector Competent Person
- Crane Inspection Competent Person
- Rigging – Train the Trainer
- DOE-Counterfeit/Suspect Parts – Training – Train the Trainer
- CAT – Manufacturing and Supply Chain Leader Qualification
- Six Sigma Green Belt
Society of Women Engineers WE Local 2021 Engaged Advocate Award, Society of Women Engineers, December 1, 2020.
Society of Women Engineers Members at Large Outreach Award for FY2020, Society of Women Engineers, Members at Large, July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020.
Teaching Leadership Award Fellow
ASEE-CIEC Best Moderator Award, 2018
Society of Women Engineers - Women Engineers You Should Know, 2018
Purdue University, Purdue Polytechnic Institute, Outstanding Faculty in Learning, 2018
Putnam Media and Plant Services, Influential Woman in Manufacturing, 2018
Poster Session Award, College of Technology, Engagement/Learning Category, 2015/2018
Tau Beta Pi – Purdue University
Golden Key International Honour Society
Fellow, Society of Women Engineers
SWE CRS National Contributions Award
Girl Scout Honor Pin
PUBLICATIONS - Journal (Peer Reviewed)
Taleyarkhan, Meher R.G*, Lucietto Anne M., Azevedo, Therese M. (2021). How Engineering Technology Students Perceive Mathematics. Journal of Research in Science, Mathematics, and Technology Education, 4(1) (Published OnLine, First Issue of 2021).
Taleyarkhan, Meher R.G*, Lucietto, Anne M., Hobson, Natalie LF, Azevedo, Therese M.U (Submitted). Approach to Problem Solving and Use of Intuition by Engineering Technology Students. Journal of Global Education and Research.
Lucietto, A., Schott, E., Taleyarkhan, M. (2019). Senioritis the Student Perspective. Journal for Women and Minorities in Technology. (Submitted)
Lucietto, A., Russell, L., Schott, E. (2018). Engineering Technology Educators – Who Are They? Journal of Engineering Technology (Submitted 10/18)
Lucietto, A., Russell, L. & Schott, E. (2018). STEM Educators: What do they believe about their students? Journal of STEM Education. (In Final Review Since Summer 2018)
Lucietto, A., Moss, J., Garcia Bravo, J. M., & Lumkes, J. H.(2019) Gender Differences in Workshops Designed to Increase Interest in Fluid Mechanics. . (Moved - In Review Since Fall 2016)
Lucietto, A., & Russell, L. (2019). Meta-Analysis and Comparison of IDI Results STEM Students Pre-Intervention. Journal of Global Education and Research. (Moved – In Review Since Summer 2018)
Lucietto, A., Russell, L., & Schott, E. (2018). STEM Educators, How Do They Teach? Journal of STEM Education.
Shehadi, M., & Lucietto, A. (2018). Engineering Technology Students Response to Hands-on Fluid Power Exercises. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology.
Lucietto, A., & Dubikovsky, S. I. (2017). Students' Reflections for Engineering Technology Capstone Course: Technical, Team Formation and Communications Issues, Dealing with Ambiguity. Technology Interface International Journal (Spring/Summer 2017).
Gibson, KD, TJ Benjamin, BRK Chapin, AM Lucietto, and MM Adams. (2014) Impact of a study abroad course on students from 1862 and 1994 land-grant institutions. NACTA J.
Gibson K. D., Kevin, Benjamin, Tamara J., Chapin, Bridgett R. K., Oseto, Christian Y., Lucietto, Anne M. (2014) Engaging Undergraduate Students from Two Institutions in a Multicultural Synchronously Taught Agriculture Course. NACTA Journal: March 2014.
Yoon, S. Y., Dyehouse, M., Lucietto, A., Diefes-Dux, H., & Capobianco, B. (2014). The effects of integrated science, technology, and engineering education on elementary students’ knowledge and identity development. School Science and Mathematics Journal: Special Issue on Integrated STEM Education.
Dyehouse, M., Yoon, S. Y., Lucietto, A., & Diefes-Dux, H. (2012). The effects of an engineering teacher professional development on elementary students’ science/engineering content knowledge and engineering identity. Proceedings of the 2nd P-12 Engineering and Design Education Research Summit, Washington, DC.
Yoon, S. Y., Lucietto, A., Gajdzki, E. A., & Strobel, J. (2012). Technology Enhanced Sustainable Aina Project (TESAP): Evaluation of 2011-12 School Year Teacher Data. West Lafayette, IN: INSPIRE, School of Engineering Education, Purdue University.
PUBLICATIONS - Conference (Peer Reviewed)
Dell, Elizabeth, Lucietto, Anne, Cooney, Elaine, Russell, Liza, Schott, Emily. (2019). Diversity in Engineering Technology Students. New Orleans, LA: Conference for Industry and Education Collaboration - ASEE.
Lucietto, A., Efendy, E., French, R.M. (2018). Changes in Engineering Technology Students Perception from Freshman to Senior Year. San Jose, CA: Frontiers in Education, IEEE.
Lucietto., A., Berhan, L. (2018). Female and Female Underrepresented Engineering Technology Students, Background, and Influences. San Jose, CA: Frontiers in Education, IEEE.
Manyard, C., Newell, B., Lucietto, A., Hutzel, W., Garcia-Bravo, J.(2018). Applied Learning within Thermodynamics: A Perspective on Engineering Concepts. San Jose, CA: Frontiers in Education, IEEE.
Lucietto, A., & Russell, L. (2018). STEM Educators: Who Are They? Salt Lake City, UT: ASEE Annual Conference.
Lucietto, A. (2018). International Experience of Engineering Technology Students Learning About Renewable Energy. Salt Lake City, UT: ASEE Annual Conference.
Lucietto, A. & Berhan, L. (2018). Engineering Technology and Engineering Program Comparison of Underrepresented Students in the Same Institution. Salt Lake City, UT: ASEE Annual Conference.
Jain, N.U, Fan, X.G, Leon-Salas, W. D., & Lucietto, A. (2018). Exploring the Application of Light Energy Harvesting for Improving Battery Life of Smartphones. Lyon, France: 2018 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Technology.
Lucietto, A., Scott, A., & Berry, F. C. (2018). Engineering Technology Students: Do they approach capstone courses differently than other students?. Conference for Industry and Education Collaboration.
Berhan, L., & Lucietto, A. (2018). Engineering vs. Technology Toward Understanding the Factors influencing the Academic and Career Pathways of African American Students. Crystal City, VA: 2018 ASEE Collaborative Network for Engineering and Computing Diversity.
Lucietto, Anne, McNally, Helen. (2017). Encouraging the Diversity of Graduate Students in Technology, FIE Conference Paper. Indianapolis, IN
Lucietto, Anne. (2017). Engineering Technology vs. Engineering Students Differences in Perception and Understanding, FIE Conference Paper. Indianapolis, IN
Newell, Brittany, Lucietto, Anne. (2017).Engineering Technology Students Response to Enhanced Learning Environment, FIE Conference Paper. Indianapolis, IN
Lucietto, Anne. (2017). Engineering Technology Students – How do they compare to other STEM students? ASEE Conference Paper. Columbus, OH
Lucietto, Anne, Scott, Andrew, Connor, Kenneth, Berry, Frederick. (2017). Initial Survey of Engineering Technology Capstone Courses and Teamwork Building Using CATME. ASEE Conference Paper. Columbus, OH
Lucietto, Anne, Peters, Diane. (2017). Engineering Technology Graduate Students: Role Professional Societies Have In Their Formation. ASEE Conference, Columbus, OH.
Lucietto, Anne, Moss, Jennifer, French, Mark. (2017). Examining Engineering Technology Students: How They Perceive And Order Their Thoughts. ASEE Conference, Columbus, OH.
Hein, Gretchen, Lucietto, Anne, Faas, Daniela. (2017). A Survey of Women in Academia and the role of a Multidisciplinary Professional Society. ASEE Conference Paper, Columbus, OH
Lucietto, Anne, Leach, Sarah. (2017). Main Campus And Remote Campus Engineering Technology Students: How Are They Different? ASEE Conference, Columbus, OH.
Lucietto, Anne, Dubikovsky, Sergey. Students’ Reflections for Engineering Technology Capstone Course: Technical, Team Formation and Communication Issues, Dealing with Ambiguity. TIIJ, 2016-025, Spring/Summer 2017.
Lucietto, Anne, Moss, Jennifer, Bravo-Garcia, Jose, Lumkes, John. (In Review) Gender Differences in Workshops Designed to Increase Interest in Fluid Power.
Lucietto, Anne. (2016). Who is the Engineering Technology Graduate and Where Do They Go? IEEE-Frontiers In Education Conference,Erie, PA
Lucietto, Anne. (2016). Identity of an Engineering Technology Graduate, ASEE Conference,New Orleans, LA.
Lucietto, Anne, Efendy, Eddy. (2016). WIP - Systematic Review of Engineering Technology Education Literature, ASEE Conference,New Orleans, LA
Peters, D.L., Lucietto, A.M. (2016). A Survey of Types of Industry-Academia Collaboration, ASEE Conference, New Orleans, LA
Hein, Gretchen, Faas, Daniela, Lucietto, Anne, Nagle, Jacqueline, Peters, Diane, Reck, Rebecca, Verstraete, Mary. (2016). The Changing Role of Professional Societies for Academics, ASEE Conference, New Orleans, LA
Lucietto, Anne, Rameriez, Nichole. (2015). Writing Proficiency in Engineering Technology Students and Skill Development in the Classroom, ASEE Conference, Seattle, WA.
Lucietto, Anne, Peters, Diane. (2015). How Professional Society Membership is Affected by Returning Student Status, ASEE Conference, Seattle, WA.
Donaldson, Shirl, Lucietto, Anne, (2015), Critical Thinking: Is that going to be on the test?, ASEE Conference, Seattle, WA.
Lucietto, A., Russell, L., Schott, Emily., "STEM Educators – K-12 Teaching Practices versus Post-Secondary Practices." (2019). Indiana STEM Education Conference, West Lafayette, IN.
Lucietto, A., Russell., L. "Engineering Technology Educators - Who Are They? (2018). Purdue Polytechnic Convocations, West Lafayette, IN.
Lucietto, A., Russell, L., "STEM Educators - Who Are They?" (2018). Indiana STEM Education Conference, West Lafayette, IN.
Lucietto, A., “Engineering Technology Students – Do we really know who they are? (2017). Indiana STEM Education Conference, West Lafayette, IN.
Reck, R., Lucietto, A., Kelly, J., “Where should I publish my research?” (2016). SWE National Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
Lucietto, A., Peters, D., Reck, R., Pettit, S., “Entering Academia after a Career in Industry” (2016). SWE National Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
Lucietto, A., “Engineering Technology Graduate Identity” (2016). Purdue Polytechnic Convocations, West Lafayette, IN.
Lucietto, A., “What is Engineering Technology? A Review of Engineering Education” (2016). SWE Region H Conference, Plattville, WI.
Lucietto, A., “Undergraduate Research – Is That For Me?” (2016). SWE Region H Conference, Plattville, WI.
Peters, D., Lucietto, A., Pettit, S., “Pursuing an Academic Career after Industry Experience” (2015). SWE National Conference, Nashville, TN
Lucietto, A., “Achieving Student Engagement in Course Materials” (2015). Faculty Summer Institute, Champaign, IL.
Lucietto, A., Donaldson, S., “Critical Thinking: Is that on the test?” (2015) Purdue Polytechnic Convocations, West Lafayette, IN.
Lucietto, A., Peters, D., Vitale, E., “Networking in Academic Settings” (2014). SWE National Conference, Los Angeles, CA.
V. Chemistruck, A. Lucietto, D. Peters, C. Witzenburg. “Where Do I Go Now: Graduate School or Industry?”(2013). SWE Regional Conference – Minneapolis, MN, February, 2013
International Titanium Powder (Cristal Global US, d/b/a), Ottawa, Illinois
Sr. Project Manager/Construction Manager/Maintenance Manager
Managed and developed all construction and maintenance activities, including outside and engineering interface.
Caterpillar, Inc., Aurora, Illinois
Sr. Project Manager/Manufacturing Engineering Supervisor
Provide project management direction/leadership to manufacturing engineering, facilities/construction engineering and layout planning. Coordinated and controlled capital expenditures for various equipment construction projects.
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, Batavia, Illinois
Sr. Project Manager/Mechanical Systems Engineering/Facilities Engineering Services Section – Operations/Engineering
Managed and supported facility and maintenance functions in various mechanical, electrical, chemical and environmental issues. Responsible for adhering to maintenance, code and operational issues related to facility and utility operations.
Driv-Lok, Inc., Sycamore, Illinois
Sr. Manufacturing Engineer/Applications Engineer and Cost Estimating Supervisor
Oversaw and performed outside technical interface, production/manufacturing engineering, facilities and cost estimating functions.
IBIDEN Circuits of America, Elgin, Illinois
Project Manager/Facilities & Maintenance Engineering Supervisor
Managed and established all facility and maintenance functions.
UNICOM INCORPORATED (Now Exelon), ComEd, Chicago, Illinois
Project Manager/Principal Mechanical Engineer, Materials Engineering Group
Revised, specified and evaluated testing for metallic, elastomeric, plastics, petroleum and chemical components. Performed engineering analysis and consulted on various mechanical, electrical and chemical issues.
Project Manager/Principal Engineer, Stores and Materials Management
Oversaw corporate inventory control, reliability issues, procurement activities and centralization of chemical purchases. Advised and reviewed inventory procedures and practices related to corporate and plant procurement activities. Managed the receiving facility and associated functions.
Project Engineer/General Engineer, Outage Management and Cost Control
Assessed needs and developed solutions to corporate work schedule issues. Wrote and supported computer programs using a variety of computer languages.
Systems/Modification Engineer, LaSalle County, Technical Staff
Performed all tasks related to the surveillance, operation, and maintenance of plant heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. Provided assistance in all other plant facility’s needs.
SWE - Society of Women Engineers, F.SWE (Fellow)
ASME - American Society of Mechanical Engineers, M.ASME
IEEE - Sr. Member
ASM - International, M.ASM
ASEE – American Society of Engineering Educators, M.ASEE