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Bailey Margaret

Biography

Dr. Margaret B. Bailey, P.E. is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering within the Kate Gleason College of Engineering at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) located in Rochester, New York.   Dr. Bailey is also the Founding Executive Director for the nationally recognized women in engineering program called WE@RIT (http://we.rit.edu).  From 2003-2009, Dr. Bailey held the inaugural Kate Gleason Endowed Chair which is a college-level position.  At the Institute level, Dr. Bailey serves as Faculty Associate to the Provost for Female Faculty and she co-chairs the President’s Commission on Women.  In these roles, she leads efforts to create strategies to increase the representation of women undergraduate students and improve recruitment, retention, and advancement of women faculty. 

Within her college, Dr. Bailey teaches energy related courses, and serves as a mentor and advisor to undergraduate and graduate mechanical engineering students who are involved in her research.   Dr. Bailey has taught courses related to Thermodynamics, heat transfer, controls, sustainability, engineering and public policy, and design.  She is actively involved in curricular development and assessment activities ranging from individual courses to college and institute wide programs.  Past areas of activity include the development of a revised Energy and the Environment Option for the ME Department; a new minor in Sustainable Product Development; and a comprehensive engineering ethics program for her college.  Dr. Bailey and her graduate students conduct research in several areas related to Thermodynamics.    Professor Bailey further explores engineering education in the context of Thermodynamics as co-author on a major engineering textbook, Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics, 7th Edition (http://www.wiley.com/college/moran) with Drs. Moran, Shapiro, and Boettner.    

Bibliography

1. George, E., Bailey, M., Domigan, W.  [2010] Health monitoring methodology based on exergetic analysis for building mechanical systems.  Energy, International Journal, V. 35 (2010), pp. 1216–1223.
2. Canfield, E., Bailey, M., Domigan, W. [2010] Creation of an exergetic based fault detection and diagnosis methodology for automotive carbon dioxide air conditioning systems.  International Journal of Applied Thermodynamics, V. 13(1), pp 1-8.
3. Bailey, M., DeBartolo, E. [submission to peer review 2011] A women in engineering organization elicits change.  Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering.
4. Bailey, M. [submission to peer review 2011] Addressing life-long learning and communication abilities through a unique series of projects in Thermodynamics.  International Journal of Mechanical Engineering Education.
5. DeBartolo, E., Bailey, M.  [2009] The TEAK project: Students as teachers. International Journal of Engineering Education, V. 25(1), pp 468-478.
6. DeBartolo, E., Bailey, M.  [2007] Making engineering appealing:  programs for grades 6-12 girls. Journal of Engineering Education, V. 23(5) pp 853-860.
7. Boettner, D., Bailey, M., Arnas, Ö. [2006] On the consistent use of sign convention in thermodynamics. International Journal of Mechanical Engineering Education, V. 34 (4) pp 330-348.
8. Nikulshin, V., Bailey, M., Nikulshina, V. [2006] Thermodynamic analysis of air refrigerator on exergy graph. Thermal Science, V. 10(1) pp. 99-110.
9. Bailey, M., Curtiss, P., Blanton, P., McBrayer, B. [2006] Exergetic, thermal, and externalities analyses of a cogeneration plant, ASME Journal of Solar Energy Engineering, V. 128(1).
10. Bailey, M., Marchetti, C., DeBartolo, E., Mason, S., Baum, S., Mozrall, J., Williams, G. [2011] Establishing the foundation for future organizational reform and transformation at a large private university to expand the representation of women faculty, Proc. 2011 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, Vancouver, BC, June. Finalist for the Women in Engineering Division Best Paper Award.
11. Bailey, M. [2011] Studying the impact on mechanical engineering students who participate in a unique series of projects in thermodynamics, Proc. 2011 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, Vancouver, BC, June. Finalist for the Energy Conversion and conservation Division Best Paper Award.
12. Dell, E., Bailey, M., O’Hurley, S., Kohl, E. [2011] WE-IMPACT- Women in engineering - Improving program assessment tools for outreach and retention programs, Proc. 2011 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, Vancouver, BC, June.
13. Reisberg, R., Bailey, M., Raelin, J., Whitman, D., Burger, C., Hamann, J. [2011] The effect of contextual support on self-efficacy in 1st year undergraduate engineering programs, Proc. 2011 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, Vancouver, BC, June.
14. Reisberg, R., Bailey, M., Raelin, J., Whitman, D., Burger, C., Hamann, J. [2010] The effect of gender on support and self-efficacy and self-efficacy in undergraduate engineering programs, Proc. 2010 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, Louisville, KY, June, Women in Engineering Division, 2010 Denice D. Denton Best Paper Award.
15. Burger, C., Raelin, J., Reisberg, R., Bailey M., Whitman, D. [2010] Self-efficacy in female and male undergraduate engineering students: Comparisons among four institutions, American Society of Engineering Education Southeastern Section Annual Conference, Blacksburg, VA
16. Domigan, W., Bailey, M. [2010] Comparative thermodynamic performance of a cogeneration power plant using plant operational data.  Proceedings of ECOS 2010:   International Conference on Efficiency, Costs, Optimization, Simulation and Environmental Impact of Energy Systems, Lausanne, Switzerland, June.
17. DeBartolo, E., Bailey, M., Scorse, W., Gillow, S., Liccion, R. [2009] An evaluation of the effectiveness of traveling engineering activity kits (TEAK) in pre-college classrooms.  Proc.from International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition 2009, Lake Buena Vista, FL, November.
18. Domigan, W., Bailey, M. [2009] Improved performance of a cogeneration plant using exergy and externality parameters.  Proceedings of ECOS 2009:   International Conference on Efficiency, Costs, Optimization, Simulation and Environmental Impact of Energy Systems, Parana, Brazil, August.
19. Catalano, G., Baillie, C., Nieusma, D., Bailey, M., Riley, D., Haralampides, K., Byrne, C., Bothwell, M. [2008] Increasing awareness of issues of poverty, environmental degradation and war within the engineering classroom: A course modules approach, Special Workshop Session - ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference, Saratoga, NY, October.
20. Studley, G., Rigolo, D., Neitz, C., Jarvie, J., French, K., Bailey, M. [2008] Integration of a reciprocating compressor with a non-traditional research environment, Proceedings of 26th  Canadian Machinery Vibration Seminar and General Meeting, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, October.
21. Bailey, M., DeBartolo, E., Mozrall, J., Olney, J. [2008] Creating a comprehensive women in engineering organization using a managed resource strategy, Proceedings of the 2008 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, Pittsburg, PA, June. Finalist for the Women in Engineering Division Best Paper Award.
22. Bailey, M., DeBartolo, E. [2007] “Heat transfer” Traveling engineering activity kit: designed by engineering students for middle school students.  Proceedings for International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition 2007, Seattle, WA, November.
23. Schriefer, T., Bailey, M. [2007] Viability of a eutectic - thermoelectric fuel conditioning system concept for diesel engines.  Proceedings for International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition 2007, Seattle, WA, November.
24. Roy S. Czernikowski1, R., Bailey, M., Borkholder, D., Marshall, M., Nye, A., Reeve, R. [2007] RIT’s engineering honors program:  Product innovation in a global economy, Proceedings of the 37th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference, Milwaukee, WI, October.
25. Canfield, E., Bailey, M. [2007] Creation of an exergetic based fault detection and diagnosis methodology for automotive carbon dioxide air conditioning systems:  Simulation results and validation plan.  Proceedings of ECOS 2007:   International Conference on Efficiency, Costs, Optimization, Simulation and Environmental Impact of Energy Systems, Padova, Italy, July.
26. Bailey, M.B. [2007] Enhancing life-long learning and communication abilities through a unique series of projects in Thermodynamics course sequence.  Proceedings of the 2007 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Honolulu, Hawaii, June, Energy Conversion and Conservation Division Best Paper Award (1st Place).
27. Bailey, M.B. DeBartolo, E. [2007] Using the experiential learning model to transform a multidisciplinary capstone design course.  Proceedings of the 2007 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Honolulu, Hawaii, June.
28. DeBartolo, E., Bailey, M.B. [2007] Traveling engineering activity kits (TEAK) – energy and the environment:  Designed by college students for middle school students.  Proceedings of the 2007 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Honolulu, Hawaii, June.
29. Walter, W., Webb, J., Smith, M., DeBartolo, E., Bailey, M., Slack, G., [2007] Redesigning a college-wide multidisciplinary senior design program at RIT.  Proceedings of the 2007 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Honolulu, Hawaii, June.
30. Bailey, M., Catalano, G., Baillie, C., Riley, D., Impagliazzo, J. [2006] Not many women in engineering -- so why should I care? Bridging gender gaps and stereotypes.  Special Workshop Session - ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference, San Diego, CA, October, Honorable Mention for the Helen Plant Award.
31. George, E., Bailey, M.B. [2006] Retrocommissioning (RCX) mechanical systems on a university campus:  Student capstone experience.  Proceedings of the 2006 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Chicago, Illinois, June.
32. George, E., Bailey, M.B. [2006] Exergetic analysis for improving the operation of building mechanical systems: Results and recommendations.  Proceedings of ISEC 2006:  International Solar Energy Conference, Denver, Colorado, March.
33 Bailey, M., DeBartolo, E. [2005] Creating a community for women engineers at RIT.  Proceedings of the 2005 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, Portland, Oregon, June.
34. DeBartolo, E., Bailey, M. [2005] A continuous series of outreach programs to recruit young women to engineering.  Proceedings of the 2005 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, Portland, Oregon, June.  Finalist for the Women in Engineering Division Best Paper Award.
35. Canfield, E., Bailey, M. [2005] Proposed exergetic based leak detection and diagnosis methodology for automotive carbon dioxide air conditioning systems.  Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Efficiency, Costs, Optimization, Simulation and Environmental Impact of Energy Systems, Trondheim, Norway, July.