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Engineering Faculty

Brian Bernard, PhD Brian Bernard

Assistant Professor of Engineering
Office: Moody 115A
(830) 792-7322  |

Courses Taught
ENGR2320 - Engineering Dynamics
ENGR2310 - Engineering Statics
ENGR1310 - Technical Graphics
ENGR1301 - Introduction to Engineering
PHYS1402 - College Physics II
MATH2422 - Calculus I

PhD, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science, Duke University
BSE, Mechanical Engineering, Tulane University

Brian Bernard has taught engineering, mathematics, and physics courses at Schreiner University since 2015 and is an academic advisor for engineering students entering the University of North Dakota dual-degree program.  Brian is also a retired US Navy officer, where his tours of duty included work as the Chemical and Radiological Controls Officer for a submarine based nuclear power plant and as an Instructor for the University of Pennsylvania NROTC unit.  He has performed consulting work and collaborative research with government agencies, private defense contractors, and Federally Funded Research and Development Centers (FFRDCs), and is currently supervising undergraduate engineering research projects in the areas of wave propagation, energy harvesting, autonomous vehicles, and virtual reality.

Clinton Coles, PhD Clint Coles
Professor of Mathematics and Pre-Engineering
Office: Moody Science 216
(830) 792-7245  |

Classes Taught
MATH 0303: Algebra Review
MATH 0401: Developmental Algebra
MATH 1302: College Mathematics
MATH 1310: College Algebra
MATH 1321: Precalculus
MATH 2422: Calculus I
MATH 2423: Calculus II
MATH 3305: Survey of Mathematics
MATH 3425: Differential Equations
MATH 4326: Intro. to Numerical Analysis
MATH 4399: Senior Project in Mathematics
ENGR 1310: Technical Graphics

Ph.D., Mathematics, University of Texas at Austin
M.A., Mathematics, Western Kentucky University
B.S., Mathematics, Rochester Institute of Technology

Clint Coles has taught mathematics and pre-engineering courses at Schreiner since 1980 and is one of the advisors working with students in the Engineering Dual-Degree Program. Besides working with students at Schreiner, his life revolves around country living with his wife, Jude Gallik, and keeping up with the activities of his four adult children and their families. He also plays racquetball and enthusiastically participates in choral singing with the Schreiner Choir and the Fredericksburg Chorale.