Kory L Bennett

Lecturer/Director of Robotics Outreach

Kory L Bennett
College of Engineering

Electrical & Computer Engineering

McNair Hall 522
Ph.D.Electrical Engineering / North Carolina A&T State University
M.S.Electrical Engineering / North Carolina A&T State University
B.S.Electrical Engineering Technology / Temple University


Dr. Bennett has a strong devotion to the development, fostering, and stewardship of activities designed to increase the knowledge of and enthusiasm for science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) disciplines within K-20. He is an engineering professional with a strong background in electrical/computer engineering and product development. Within his 10+ years in industry, he has been fortunate to gain extensive and relevant experience in component design & simulation, system design & simulation, and FDA analysis in the consumer electronics, wireless, and medical device industries.

Research Interests

Dr. Bennett's research interests include exploring methods and ideas of how to effectively expand STEM education into the underserved/underrepresented communities. He is also interested in investigating how electrical and computer engineering concepts can best be used in the advancement of robotics and how robotics can positively impact the education industry.