Gregory Scott Osborn
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Gregory Scott Osborn is an assistant professor in biological engineering at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, where he teaches design studio courses to freshmen through seniors. He is the co-inventor of portable water ecosystem oxygenator and co-owner and Chief Technology Officer of BlueinGreen, LLC, a start-up company to commercialize the oxygenator technology. He has twenty years experience as an engineer in industry and academia, with terms of duty at Grain Systems, Inc., Kellogg Co., and faculty positions at Louisiana State University and Texas A&M University in addition to his current position at University of Arkansas. He worked to create a senior design course in collaboration with engineers and administrators for Frito Lay, Inc., to develop innovative design practices for biological engineers in the classroom. His teaching methods focus on team-based design problems, incorporating prototype construction as part of the learning.