Eric Pappas


  • Ed.D. Virginia Tech
  • M.A. Virginia Tech
  • B.S. Wagner College





Dr. Eric Pappas is a consultant with Future Generations University and a professor in the Department of Integrated Science and Technology at James Madison University. Eric has a B.S. in Economic Theory from Wagner College (N.Y.C), and  M.A and Ed.D. degrees in Literature and English Education, respectively, from Virginia Tech. He taught literature for nine years in the Virginia Tech English Department, engineering design for ten years in the College of Engineering, and was a faculty member in the University Honors Program. At Virginia Tech, he founded (and directed from 1993-2003) the nationally recognized Advanced Engineering Communications and Design Program in the College of Engineering. At James Madison University, Dr. Pappas was a founding member of the School of Engineering, and is principal investigator on two National Science Foundation grants. He currently teaches social psychology courses.