How is design skill developed and improved? This session explores various approaches for fostering design ability.
Papers in this session report on laboratory experiences in the fields of signal processing and controls.
Articles that present assessment techniques and results of assessments in ECE curricula and programs.
This session includes papers focusing on adding public policy content to your courses through case studies and curriculum.
Ticketed event: $60.00
This is the meeting and luncheon of the Engineering Deans Council Executive Board.
Annual Business Meeting for the Engineering Economy Division.
This set of presentations addresses issues related to practicing engineers, codes, addressing new technologies, and how we support the ethical development of graduate students. There should be time to continue the conversation after the presentations.
Focus on leadership development in undergraduate engineering students.
Free ticketed event
Greet colleagues and friends, make new acquaintances, and forge new networking relationships. This introductory lunch allows the division to introduce new members and to feature Lightning Talks from ELD colleagues on key issues affecting engineering education, with a focus on library and information services.
Research is frequently an important responsibility of engineering faculty and is a major consideration for tenure and promotion. Extramural funding is required to support faculty and graduate students in the pursuit of such new knowledge. The proposal process is extremely competitive and involves more than developing and submitting quality proposals. The probability of success can be significantly enhanced by using well-structured white papers as the first step, followed by direct interaction with program managers. In this session, we plan to have at least two invited panelists from the sponsor com ... (continued)
Susan Coady Kemnitzer is Acting Deputy Director of the Chemical, Bioengineering, Environmental, and Transport Systems Division, and Deputy Director of the Electrical, Communication and Cyber Systems Division.
A member of the Senior Executive Service, Ms. Kemnitzer manages a portfolio of grants which explore the most innovative multidisciplinary engineering research and education. The goal is to discover new knowledge, but more importantly, to develop the next generation of researchers, inventors, innovators, and entrepreneurs who are prepared for the global economy. She also serves as the Engineer ... (continued)
Randolph L. Moses received B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from Virginia Tech in 1979, 1980, and 1984, respectively. Since 1985, he has been on the faculty at Ohio State University, and holds appointments as Associate Dean for Research in the College of Engineering and Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Professor Moses has also been a visiting researcher with the Air Force Research Laboratory (1983; 2002-03), Eindhoven University of Technology in The Netherlands (1984), Uppsala University in Sweden (1994-95), and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2003). ... (continued)
Ticketed event: $80.00
Annual Berger Award luncheon, allowing Engineering Technology Division members to get acquainted.
This is the E & EI Division's kick-off general session, and it features highly rated papers important to our disciplines. Come and network with your colleagues and share the enthusiasm for our field. All are welcome.
Papers in this session focus on formal and informal efforts to establish community among first-year engineering students.
Panel of invited speakers, led by Dr. Niaz Latif, will present on online graduate education. Topics include how to design online engineering and technology graduate programs, and issues to be considered when developing online graduate programs.
Dr. Niaz Latif is the Dean of the College of Technology at Purdue University Calumet. Dr. Latif has authored/co-authored numerous refereed journal articles and peer-reviewed conference proceedings articles, and has made national and international conference presentations. He has also served as editor-in-chief for the Journal of Engineering Technology. He has worked extensively in program development, including oversight and development of online graduate programs.
International Division Business Meeting
In this K-12 and Pre-College Engineering Division session, presenters will introduce and discuss research that addresses the Next Generation Science Standards, K-8 teacher professional development, and initiatives that connect science and engineering in the classroom.
In this K-12 and Pre-College Engineering Division session, presenters will introduce and discuss research and programming initiatives that focus on integrating engineering with other content areas in the K-12 classroom.
Please join us for the annual business meeting of the Liberal Education/Engineering & Society Division. All ASEE members are welcome and invited.
This session provides attendees with multiple perspectives for engaging middle school students, high school students, and transfer students in engineering-related activities and experiences.
The papers in this session focus on various aspects of nano-technology and nano-science in the context of multidisciplinary engineering education.
Learning the ins and outs of what constitutes good conference and seminar presentation skills unfortunately occurs more often through the College of Hard Knocks than anywhere else. This panel session for new, aspiring, and soon-to-be engineering educators is designed to alleviate this by providing guidance regarding how to craft and deliver an effective ASEE Conference presentation. This session will be led by five experienced, award-winning ASEE members who are willing to share their “Tricks of the Trade.” Additionally, instead of only talking about effective presentations, the panelists will recr ... (continued)
John K. Estell is a Professor of Computer Engineering and Computer Science at Ohio Northern University. John currently serves as Chair of the Computers in Education Division (CoED) and was one of the principal authors of the Best Paper Rubric used for determining the Best Overall Conference Paper and Best Professional Interest Council (PIC) Papers for the ASEE Annual Conference. He is a past recipient of the CoED John A. Curtis Lecture Award, and of Best Paper awards from the CoED, FPD, and Design in Engineering Education Divisions of ASEE.
Ken Reid is the Director of Engineering Education at Ohio Northern University. Ken also serves as the Program Director of Ohio Northern’s new B.S. degree in engineering education. He is serving as the NETI (National Effective Teaching Institute) Fellow for 2013. He has authored, co-authored, and presented over 50 papers at national and regional conferences, and received multiple teaching awards.
Beverly Kris Jaeger, Ph.D. has been a member of Northeastern University’s Gateway Team, a selected group of full-time faculty expressly devoted to the ﬁrst-year engineering program at Northeastern University. Recently, she has joined the expanding Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at NU to continue teaching simulation, facilities planning, and human-machine systems. Dr. Jaeger has been the recipient of several awards in engineering education for both teaching and mentoring, and has been involved in several engineering educational research initiatives through ASEE and beyond.
Susan Freeman is a full-time teaching professor in the College of Engineering at Northeastern University. Working with others, she has won several best presentation awards at ASEE – and even more with other collaborators – and has been co-author on the Best Overall Conference Paper and two PIC winners as well as being a division winner in FPD for best paper. She has authored and presented papers in multiple divisions at ASEE.
Richard Whalen is a full-time teaching professor in the College of Engineering at Northeastern University. Working with others, he has won several best presentation awards at ASEE