Ashley Moore received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Sociology from The Ohio State University and is an alumnus of the Newark campus. During her undergraduate career as a first-generation college student, Ashley served as an Academic Peer Coach and Lead Coach for the Buckeye Generation Learning Community and the Engineering Learning Community for three years until she graduated in 2020. As a student, Ashley was involved as a research assistant for the psychology department and served as one of the 150 sesquicentennial scholars for the university where she focused on developing leadership and engaging in service work. Ashley currently serves as Academic Success Coach for the Office of Retention and Student Success Initiatives and oversees the Engineering Learning Community, Buckeye Generation Learning Community, academic probation programs, and more. She is passionate and excited about working with students from diverse backgrounds and using her experience as a Newark campus alumnus to encourage students to be the best versions of themselves. In Ashley’s free time, she enjoys hiking, being outdoors, and adding to her plant collection- which is now over 100 different plants! You can reach Ashley at:
Office: Warner Center 239
Dr. Jolanta M. Janiszewska will be teaching the Fundamentals of Engineering I and II. She obtained her Ph.D. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering from The Ohio State University in 2004 with specialization in Experimental Fluid Dynamics. Dr. Janiszewska has worked at the Aeronautical Research Center for a number of years conducting experiments in both subsonic and supersonic wind tunnels. Her research concentrated on the dynamic behavior of airfoils for both helicopters and wind turbines applications. She has also worked on evaluating nanoparticle coatings in Mach 6 flow regime. Additionally she instrumented and evaluated jet test cell installations for both flight and marine applications.
Dr. Janiszewska lives in Powell and enjoys travel and photography.