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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.
K-12
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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Fellowships & Research Opportunities
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Obama Praises ASEE Retention Focus

President Obama congratulates the ASEE’s EDC on improving retention and graduation rates of engineering students. Read more.
Newsletters
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
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Spotlight
Dr. Micah Lande Dr. Micah Lande

Micah is Assistant Professor at the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University, teaching human-centered engineering design and innovation courses. Micah researches how technical and non-technical people learn and apply a design process to their work. He is interested in the intersection of designerly epistemic identities and vocational pathways and is the PI on the NSF-funded project “Should Makers Be the Engineers of the Future” and a co-PI on the NSF-funded project “Might Young Makers Be the Engineers of the Future?” He also serves as senior personnel on a project to pilot NSF's Innovation Corps for Learning (I-Corps-L). An ASEE member for nine years, he is a past recipient of the Apprentice Faculty Grant ASEE's ERM division.

 

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