Louisiana Tech's Jenna Carpenter will be the dean of the new school of engineering at Campbell University.
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President-Elect Louis Martin-Vega is among five officers elected.
Watch a collection of talks from the ERC meeting, held in March.
Virginia Tech's Torgersen was the university's 14th president and dean of the college of engineering.
Cover Story: "Growing Pains." Ethiopia is pushing engineering education harder than any other country In Africa, creating challenges for its academics.
Read the full list of recipients of the prestigious NSF award.
Watch a collection of talks from the February PPC meeting (note: not all talks were captured due to audio problems).
Nicholas Altiero with a brief update from the Board of Directors
COVER: From melting polar ice to savage storms, the shifting global climate inspires new research – and opportunities – in naval engineering.
Mory Gharib (Cal Tech), Jack Hu (University of Michigan), Clayton Radke (UC Berkeley), Vigor Yang (Georgia Tech), and Ajit Yoganathan (Georgia Tech) were elected to the honorific society.
Read updates on the Year of Action on Diversity.
#ASEEYoADiversity These institutions have model programs for student retention, many focused on minorities and women.
ASEE's newsletter aimed at undergrads has stories on "tweeting gloves" and a "snuggle chair" for autistic children.
#ASEEYoADiversity Three-minute video - Pat Campbell: Getting high-achieving, low-income students into competitive colleges (it's easier than you think)
Simon Pitts of Northeastern was honored by the National Academy of Engineering "for developing an innovative method to provide graduate engineers with the necessary personal skills to become effective engineering leaders.”
See ASEE members making a difference at their institutions.
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.
President Obama congratulates the ASEE’s EDC on improving retention and graduation rates of engineering students. Read more.
Ashley Ater Kranov
An educator for 20 years, Ashley is currently Vice President of Global Professional Skills Assessment, helping individuals and organizations build capacity in: Educational Research, Leadership Skills, Student Learning Optimization, and QA. She is also an adjunct associate professor in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Washington State University. From 2011-2013, as Managing Director of Professional Services at ABET, her unit led ABET's evaluator training and global professional development offerings. Ashley has been an active member of ASEE since 2007 and her technical paper describing the first year of implementation of a college-wide initiative to teach and directly measure engineering professional skills at Washington State University won the 2008 Best Overall Annual Conference Paper.