ASEE Latest News  

MAR
13
2017
Prism Podcast

How to deal with engineering education's "dirty" words.

MAR
02
2017
Engineering Technology Council Statement on OPM Policy

The ETC recommends OPM revise classification standards to recognize successful completion of either ABET-accredited Engineering or ABET-accredited Engineering Technology Bachelor of Science degree as meeting ‘basic requirements’ for applicants to entry-level engineering positions. 

FEB
23
2017
Member Needs Survey

Please take a few moments to take the Member Needs Survey, helping ASEE better serve you. 

FEB
15
2017
New NAE Report on Engineering Technology Education

Several ASEE members contributed to the report, from the National Academy of Engineering (available for free online). 

FEB
14
2017
ASEE Members Elected to NAE

David Allen, Daniel Hastings, and Paul Turinsky were elected to the prestigious National Academy of Engienering,

FEB
01
2017
ASEE Statement on Immigration Executive Order

The Presidential Executive Order on immigration enforcement may have a significant potential impact on many ASEE institutional members. 

JAN
19
2017
New ASEE Position Statement on Engineering Education Funding

As a new administration and Congress assume office, ASEE urges that bipartisan support for engineering education and research continue and, if possible, increase. (Read the full statement at the link above.)

JAN
11
2017
Two ASEE Members Honored with PECASE Award

Shawn Jordan of Arizona State University and Randy Ewoldt of the University of Illinois, Urbana were given the prestigious award, for early career researchers. 

JAN
09
2017
eGFI Teachers' Newsletter

How can art convey science? 

DEC
05
2016
Support ASEE with Amazon Smile

Donate a percentage of your holiday Amazon purchases to ASEE. 

DEC
01
2016
STEM Education - A National Imperative

American Society for Engineering Education Promotes STEM Education to Trump Transition Team

NOV
21
2016
Prism Podcast

Learn about a remote-controlled tackling dummy developed by Dartmouth engineering students. 

OCT
24
2016
NEW Report: "Small Schools" by the Numbers

Smaller engineering schools are often missing from our annual "By the Numbers" summary, because of the way it's tabulated. We have created a “Smaller Engineering by the Numbers” to feature these schools.

SEP
16
2016
SEFI Newsletter Issue 7 & 8 2016

SEFI Newsletter Issue 7 & 8 2016 available for viewing

PRISM Classifieds  

Leading in Engineering Education
Learn about various ongoing activities, from curriculum development to creating engineering pathways for non-traditional students. Click here.
Strategic Doing
ASEE members and staff are deep into this process, which the Board of Directors is using to examine how the entire Society operates. Go here to see the latest developments (ASEE member login required).
K-12 and eGFI
image of eGFI 5th edition poster ASEE recognizes the role K-12 educators play in demonstrating exciting engineering concepts to young people. ASEE convenes an annual K-12 workshop giving teachers effective classroom engineering education resources and networking opportunities. In addition, ASEE is home to the student-focused eGFI site and teachers' blog. Find K-12 teacher professional development materials.
Publications
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Advertise in Prism. Prism Magazine reaches over 12,000 influential people eight times a year and is delivered to nearly every college of engineering in the country.
Who We Are
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.
Obama Praises ASEE Retention Focus

President Obama congratulates the ASEE’s EDC on improving retention and graduation rates of engineering students. Read more.
Newsletters
Capitol Shorts Newsletter
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.
Member Spotlight

Dr. Chirag VariawaDr. Chirag Variawa
Dr. Chirag Variawa is the Director, First-year Curriculum at the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering, University of Toronto. He seeks to make active, experiential, and service-learning core components of his pedagogical approach. His research brings together Artificial Intelligence and Engineering Education to identify and mitigate learning barriers, especially those arising from cultural language, implicit assumptions, and social constructs in diverse student populations. He has been an ASEE member since 2007, and continues to be a strong supporter of ASEE’s initiatives on diversity and inclusivity.

Veterans Report
image of VET ReportRead the new report on transitioning veterans into engineering-related careers. The report is a summary of two workshops, with recommendations.
 
For Parents and Students
girl on phoneCheck out our many resources, including, scholarships, fellowships, internships, and after school programs; newsletters; financial support; and university and major advice.
Learn about diversity
Leading in Engineering Education
Learn about various ongoing activities, from curriculum development to creating engineering pathways for non-traditional students. Click here.
Strategic Doing
ASEE members and staff are deep into this process, which the Board of Directors is using to examine how the entire Society operates. Go here to see the latest developments (ASEE member login required).
K-12 and eGFI
image of eGFI 5th edition poster ASEE recognizes the role K-12 educators play in demonstrating exciting engineering concepts to young people. ASEE convenes an annual K-12 workshop giving teachers effective classroom engineering education resources and networking opportunities. In addition, ASEE is home to the student-focused eGFI site and teachers' blog. Find K-12 teacher professional development materials.
Publications
image of ASEE publications
Advertise in Prism. Prism Magazine reaches over 12,000 influential people eight times a year and is delivered to nearly every college of engineering in the country.
Who We Are
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.
Obama Praises ASEE Retention Focus

President Obama congratulates the ASEE’s EDC on improving retention and graduation rates of engineering students. Read more.
Newsletters
Capitol Shorts NewsletterConsider 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.
Member Spotlight

Dr. Chirag VariawaDr. Chirag Variawa
Dr. Chirag Variawa is the Director, First-year Curriculum at the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering, University of Toronto. He seeks to make active, experiential, and service-learning core components of his pedagogical approach. His research brings together Artificial Intelligence and Engineering Education to identify and mitigate learning barriers, especially those arising from cultural language, implicit assumptions, and social constructs in diverse student populations. He has been an ASEE member since 2007, and continues to be a strong supporter of ASEE’s initiatives on diversity and inclusivity.

Veterans Report
image of VET ReportRead the new report on transitioning veterans into engineering-related careers. The report is a summary of two workshops, with recommendations.
 
For Parents and Students
girl on phoneCheck out our many resources, including, scholarships, fellowships, internships, and after school programs; newsletters; financial support; and university and major advice.
Learn about diversity