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Leading in Engineering Education
Learn about various ongoing activities, from curriculum development to creating engineering pathways for non-traditional students. Click here.
Read the new ASEE-NAE report on diversity, Surmounting the Barriers, and find other high-impact reports.
Campus Stars
See ASEE members making a difference at their institutions.
image of eGFI 5th edition poster ASEE recognizes the role K-12 educators play in demonstrating exciting engineering concepts to young people. Each summer ASEE convenes a K-12 workshop that gives teachers effective classroom engineering education resources and networking opportunities. In addition, ASEE is home to the popular student-focused eGFI site and teachers' blog. Get the magazine.
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Prism Magazine reaches over 12,000 influential people eight times a year and is delivered to nearly every college of engineering in the country.
Fellowships & Research Opportunities
image of jet airplane ASEE administers fellowships and research opportunities for students--high school through post-doc--and faculty. These federally funded programs ensure U.S. competitiveness through the development of a strong technical workforce. The Air Force Summer Faculty Fellowship is currently accepting applications.
Obama Praises ASEE Retention Focus

President Obama congratulates the ASEE’s EDC on improving retention and graduation rates of engineering students. Read more.
Accelerator Newsletter
Check out the Accelerator, aimed at college students. Also, consider subscribing to Connections and Capitol Shorts to keep up with engineering-related developments.
Public Policy
ASEE takes an active role in seeking to inform policy in the government and private sector - learn more. ASEE is a leader in collecting facts on engineering education, promoting
the role of engineering education
in areas of national interest,
and convening stakeholders
and decision-makers
Dr. Jeff Ray

Dr. Ray is currently the dean of the Kimmel School at Western Carolina University. He received his Bachelor and Master's degrees from Tennessee Technological University and his doctorate from Vanderbilt University, all in Mechanical Engineering. He has been at SPSU since 2007, having previously served at several different capacities at Grand Valley State University. Dr. Ray has been an ASEE member since 1994, where he has served as the chair of the engineering technology council and vice president of the institutional council. On August 1, Ray will assume the role of dean of the Kimmel School of Construction Management and Technology at Western Carolina University.



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