Aimee Ulstad, P.E is an Associate Professor of Practice in the Integrated Systems Engineering Department at The Ohio State University. Prior to joining the faculty at Ohio State, Aimee was an industry professional in various field in engineering for over 30 years. Aimee received her degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Masters in Business Administration from Ohio State. She began her career as a packaging equipment engineer at Procter and Gamble, then moved to Anheuser-Busch where she worked for over 27 years. She worked as project manager, engineering manager, utility manager, maintenance manager, and finally as the Resident Engineer managing all technical areas of the facility.
Aimee started at Ohio State in January 2015 and has taught Engineering Economy for the College of Engineering and Production Planning and Facility Layout for the ISE Department every semester. Aimee has served in various leadership roles in the American Society of Engineering Educators.
Aimee is passionate about teaching and service to students. She has won 2 distinguished teaching in the College of Engineering including the 2017 David C. McCarthy Engineering Teaching Award for new faculty and the 2020 Charles E. MacQuigg Award. Aimee is the faculty advisor for Society of Women Engineers and Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers as well as the assistant director for AWARES.
Finally, Aimee has used her background in industry to be part of the core development of the new 4-year degree program for the Bachelor’s’ of Science in Engineering Technology which will be delivered at OSU Regional campuses.