Taskia Ahammad Khan is an Assistant Teaching Professor at the Resch School of Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. She earned her Master’s degree in Electrical & Computer Engineering from Bradley University and a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering in Communications from the International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM). Her academic tenure includes roles as a Teaching Assistant and Research Assistant at Bradley University, the University of Memphis, and IIUM.
Her scholarly work includes publications on topics such as emergent behaviors in multi-agent systems and ionic liquid salt bridge electrodes. Taskia is actively involved in service activities, serving as an advisor for the Women in Engineering Club at UWGB, and continuously seeks professional development through workshops and certifications. She is a recipient of several honors and awards, including the Distinguished Graduate Student Scholarship from Bradley University.


As an educator of future engineers, I aim to ensure that my students become independent learners, creative thinkers, and confident decision-makers. From the outset of any course, I assess the prerequisite knowledge of my students to ensure they are prepared to tackle complex engineering concepts, with a particular emphasis on the foundational role of mathematics.
My classroom is an interactive space where I encourage students to engage with the material and with each other. I allocate a portion of the course grade to class participation, encouraging students to be active contributors. Through regular quizzes, practice problems, and group assignments, I monitor their progress and foster a collaborative learning environment.
In the lab, students get hands-on experience that links theoretical knowledge with practical application. I maintain open office hours, providing a welcoming space for students to come with questions or simply to satisfy their curiosity about the nuances of engineering.
Transitioning between in-person and online teaching modes over the past few years has taught me the importance of flexibility and accessibility in educational materials. Whether through synchronous or asynchronous delivery, I strive to create content that is engaging and understandable. My online modules are designed with careful attention to pacing and student workload, allowing students to manage their learning effectively.
Building a positive rapport with my students is crucial to my teaching approach. By setting clear expectations and fostering open communication, I aim to create a supportive and inclusive classroom atmosphere. My international schooling experience has shaped my commitment to inclusivity and equity in education, ensuring that every student, regardless of background, feels valued and empowered to succeed.