Susan Henson

Engineering Dean's Office
The Marburger STEM Center Project Engineer, Entrepreneurial Engineering Design Studio

Susan Henson currently serves as the Project Engineer for the Studio for Entrepreneurial Engineering Design (SEED). In that capacity, she is a co-instructor for EGE 2123 Entrepreneurial Engineering Design Studio and a faculty advisor for EMPwr, the student group on campus dedicated to entrepreneurship & innovation. Prior to her role in SEED, Professor Henson served as an adjunct faculty member in the Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering and in the A. Leon Linton Department of Mechanical Engineering since 2010. Professor Henson earned a MS in GIS at Eastern Michigan University.

Phone: 248.204.2609 
Email: shenson@ltu.edu 
Office: E151 


Heidi Morano

Engineering Dean's Office
The Marburger STEM Center Director, Entrepreneurial Engineering Design Curriculum

Heidi Morano currently serves as Director of the Entrepreneurial Engineering Design Curriculum. Through the generous support of the Kern Family Foundation, a continuous thread of entrepreneurially-minded learning is intentionally woven through the engineering curriculum – beginning with the freshmen EGE 1001 Fundamentals of Engineering Design Projects and further evolving with the sophomore level EGE 2123 Entrepreneurial Engineering Design Studio, the junior-level EGE 3022 Leadership & Professional Development for Engineers and culminating with the Senior Capstone Experience. Prior to her role as Director, Professor Morano served as the Project Engineer in the Studio for Entrepreneurial Engineering Design and collaborated in the development and design of the EGE 2123 course. Professor Morano also served as an adjunct faculty member in the A. Leon Linton Department of Mechanical Engineering for 11 years. She earned a MSME in Applied Mechanics at the University of Michigan.

Phone: 248.204.2588 
Email: hmorano@ltu.edu 
Office: J231