Aimee Hubiak

Aimee Hubiak

Senior Lecturer of Pre-Engineering and Applied Physics 262.951.3093 Rankin Hall 023


Applied Physics Applied Physics and Engineering


Professor Hubiak has over 15 years of teaching experience including a variety of engineering graphics programs, statics, machining processes and other engineering related courses. 

She served in the United States Army Reserve as a Carpentry and Masonry Specialist before becoming a Construction Supervisor and Armorer. After spending a year in Kuwait and Iraq, she left the service as an E-6.

Professor Hubiak ran cross country in college and still enjoys running. In her spare time, she also enjoys knitting, crossword puzzles and camping with family.


  • M.S. Industrial Management – Northern Illinois University 2002
  • B.S. Mechanical Engineering – Northern Illinois University 1999

Areas of Specialization

Computer Aided Design, Manufacturing, Materials

What is your teaching style?

I try to create bridges between prior learning and new material. Theoretical (not actual) bridges—I’m a mechanical engineer, not civil.

Why do you do what you do?

When I started engineering classes I vividly remember it being the first time I felt challenged by school. I do what I do because I want to help others feel the exhilaration of “getting it.” Also, engineering is amazing; there are so many varied opportunities out there!

How do you make learning engaging?

I try to relate the material to things the student may have experience with through case studies or real-life examples. I also try to inject humor into the classroom.

What should students know about you?

I am always trying to learn something new because there are so many things out there to learn! I enjoy camping with my husband and two children.
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