Research Interests include: Curriculum development and instruction for 9-12 pre-engineering and university freshman engineering technology students.
George H. Zion is a professor in the Electrical, Computer and Telecommunications Engineering Technology Department and serves as Director of Project Lead the Way. Zion joined RIT in 1984 and prior to his current role, served as Program Chair for Computer Engineering Technology. His professional focus is curriculum development and instruction for 9-12 pre-engineering and university freshman engineering technology students. His teaching and scholarship focus is the pedagogy of teaching and learning with a primary interest in active-learning technique. Additionally, his technical interest is in the area of software development for embedded systems.
Zion is the lead curriculum author and assessment coordinator for Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Digital Electronics Curriculum and is a member of Tau Alpha Pi National Engineering Technology and Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Societies.