Dr. Ian Gravagne
Dr. Ian Gravagne is an associate professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and serves as the Faculty-In-Residence for Heritage house. Located in the North Village Residential Community, Heritage House is the home of the Engineering and Computer Science Living and Learning Center (ECS LLC), although students from a wide variety of other majors live there too. Dr. Gravagne teaches engineering design, robotics and solar energy. He loves classical music and is a violist and a pianist, playing both instruments in various capacities at Baylor and at his church. Twice named a Baylor outstanding professor for distinctive scholarship, Dr. Gravagne holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Rice University and a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Clemson University.
"My family has grown to love the students of Heritage House, and we look forward to many more wonderful years with this community. It has been particularly enjoyable to watch the students shoulder more of the responsibility for the governance and direction of the community. Because I teach mostly seniors and graduate students, life in Heritage has afforded me the valuable opportunity to connect personally with some of the younger students whom I hope to know for a longer period of time."