James Stein

A photo of James Stein

Professor

Visual and Built Environments

404 (main office) King Hall

734.487.1940

[email protected]

Education

  • Ph.D., Instructional Technology
  • MA, Vocational Education
  • BA, Architecture

Professional Summary

  • Instructor, 1991 - 1996
  • Assistant Professor, 1996 - 2001
  • Associate Professor, 2001 - 2009
  • Professor, 2009 - present

Interests and Expertise

  • Surveying
  • Construction safety
  • Mechanical/electrical
  • Estimating
  • Scheduling
  • Computer applications.

Courses Taught

  • CNST 201: Construction Systems
  • CNST 206: Surveying
  • CNST 213: Construction Safety
  • CNST 302: Contracts,Documents and Specification
  • CNST 303: Mechanical/Electrical
  • CNST 403: Production Control
  • CNST 426: Mech., Elect. Bldg System

Selected Publications

  • Sipos, M., Stein, J., (2007, October). A cross-curriculum learning experience for construction management and interior design students. NAIT 2007 Convention Papers. Symposium conducted at the NAIT 2007 Convention, Panama City Beach, Florida. This refereed paper was presented at the national 2007 NAIT conference in on Nov. 25, 2007.
  • Stein, J., Crowe, C.,(2007, October). Guidelines for developing accident prevention programs for small residential remodeling contractors. NAIT 2007 Convention Papers. Symposium conducted at the NAIT 2007 Convention, Panama City Beach, Florida. This refereed paper was presented at the national 2007 NAIT conference in on Nov. 26, 2007.
  • Stein, J., Crowe, C., (2007). A comparison of Chinese and American international construction industries. NAIT Convention Proceedings, USA, 40, Full article was published as a refereed article in the NAIT Proceedings and presented at the 2007 NAIT conference in Panama City, Florida on Nov. 25, 2007.
  • Stein, J. (1998). Electronic discussion: A means to enhance construction management courses. In C.W. Berryman (Ed.), Proceedings of the 34th Annual National Conference of the Associated Schools of Construction (pp. 321–327). New Britain, Connecticut.

Additional Information

Jim has been employed at EMU since 1991 and currently holds the position of professor of construction management. All together he has twenty five plus years experience as a post-secondary construction management educator. Additionally, Jim has worked in the construction field primarily in the areas of architecture and civil engineering technology.