Dr. Branoff is a professor and chair of the Department of Technology. He taught engineering graphics, computer-aided design, descriptive geometry, and instructional design courses in the College of Education at North Carolina State University from 1986-2014. He also worked for Siemens-Switchgear Division and for Measurement Group, Inc. Dr. Branoff's research interests include constraint-based solid modeling strategies and spatial visualization abilities in undergraduate students. He has conducted CAD and Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing workshops for both industry and education professionals. Dr. Branoff served as President of the International Society for Geometry and Graphics from 2009-2012. In 2013 he was elected into the Academy of Fellows of the American Society for Engineering Education, and in 2014 he received the Distinguished Service Award from the Engineering Design Graphics Division of ASEE. In April of 2015 Dr. Branoff received the Orthogonal Medal for distinguished service in graphic science from the Technology, Engineering & Design Education faculty at North Carolina State University.
333.001Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing
299.001Independent Honor Study
Engineering graphics, constraint-based CAD, geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, descriptive geometry, and instructional design.
Relationship between constraint-based solid modeling strategies and spatial visualization abilities in undergraduate students. Students' concept of size and scale as it relates to topics in a geometric dimensioning and tolerancing course.