Scott C Molitor



  • Dr. Scott Molitor earned his Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and is currently a Professor of Bioengineering at the University of Toledo College of Engineering.  Dr. Molitor’s previous research interests include molecular mechanisms of cellular excitability, computational modeling of neuronal function, auditory neuroscience, and treatments for traumatic brain injury.  His current interests are in the field of science and engineering education and include the preparation of high school and first year college students to study engineering mathematics, training PK-3 teachers to deliver science and engineering instruction based on the NRC Framework for K-12 Science Education, and research into the impact of teacher professional development on teaching practice and student outcomes.

    Between 2014 – 2018, Dr. Molitor served as the Associate Dean of Undergraduate Studies for the University of Toledo College of Engineering.  Since 2019, Dr. Molitor has been serving as the Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs.  In this role, Dr. Molitor provides logistical support for the operation of the college units, interfaces with the Provost’s office on matters pertaining to academic affairs, collaborates with the Facilities office on facilities planning, helps establish strong intra-college communications, and assists the Dean with oversight of academic operations within the college.

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  • Scott C Molitor


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