M.E., University of Florida (Environmental Engineering)
B.S., University of Florida (Chemical Engineering)
P.E., Licensed Professional Engineer (Florida)
Research Interests: Engineering education and leadership, Women in engineering, Rapid prototyping using 3D printing, Florida environmental issues.
Recent Publications and Presentations:
Bossart, J. (presenter), S. Gonzalez, and Z. Greenberg. (2020, February). Making 3D printing more sustainable. Construct 3D Conference. Houston, TX.
Bossart, J., S. Gonzalez, S., and N. Bharti. (2019). Retrospective analysis of a sustainable 3D printing service in an Academic Library. Library Hi Tech, 37(4).
Stapleton, S.C., Royster, M., Bharti, N., Birch, S., Bossart, J., Butts, S., Cataldo, T.T., Gonzalez, S.R., Minson, V., Putnam, S.R. and Yip, C. (2019). Girls Tech Camp: Librarians inspire adolescents to consider STEM careers. Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship, (92), Fall 2019.
Bossart, J. and N. Bharti. (2017). Women in engineering: Insight into why some engineering departments have more success in recruiting and graduating women. American Journal of Engineering Education, 8(2) 127-140.
Bharti, N. and J. Bossart. (2016). Peer-reviewed publications analysis of Chemical Engineering faculty at the University of Florida. Performance Measurement and Metrics, 17(3).
J. Bossart (PI), S.R. Gonzalez, and A. Williams. (2019). NEFLIN Innovation Grant – Finding a Sustainable Solution for 3D Printing Waste.
J. Bossart (PI) and S.R. Gonzalez (Co-Pi). (2016). Tech Fee Proposal: New Functionality for UF Libraries’ 3D Printing Services.