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JUN
24
2015
ASEE's Norman Fortenberry in Diverse Issues in Higher Education

The ASEE ED discusses his own path as a minority student and the welcoming environment of ASEE.

JUN
22
2015
Joseph J. Rencis Assumes Presidency of National Engineering Education Association

Joseph J. Rencis assumes the presidency of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) at the society's annual conference in Seattle on June 18. Rencis is the Dean of Engineering at Tennessee Tech University.

JUN
12
2015
ASEE Conference Gathers Leaders, Student Contest Winners, Maker Activities, and More

The American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) holds its Annual Conference - “Making Value for Society&rdquo - and associated events from June 13 - 17 at the Washington State Convention Center. Check out the highlights!

JUN
10
2015
Former Engineering Dean Named University of Alabama President

Stuart Bell, engineering dean at the University of Kansas from 2002 to 2012, will assume the presidency once approved by the school's board of trustees.

JUN
09
2015
Summer Prism Now Online

Members get access to articles on, among other topics, the respect (or lack thereof) given to engineering technologists.

JUN
08
2015
Maker Activities at the ASEE Annual Conference

ASEE will livestream two Maker events from the Annual Conference, coinciding with the White House Week of Making.

JUN
04
2015
New Issue of ASEE's Diversity Committee Newsletter

The spring edition is now online, with best diversity papers and a listing of sessions at the Annual Conference.

MAY
11
2015
SEFI Issue 4 2015

Fourth Issue of SEFI newsletter

MAY
11
2015
Congratulations to the 2015 ASEE Fellows

The American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) will bestow the honor of Fellow to 11 engineering and engineering technology educators at the organization's annual conference, June 15 – 17 in Seattle.

MAY
04
2015
MicroInequities: The Power of Smallâ„¢

ASEE members get a steep discount on this engaging webinar when using code ASEE2015.

MAY
01
2015
ASEE Member Comments Requested on Strategic Doing

President Nick Altiero encourages all member to read and respond to the Board's “Strategic Doing” beta document.

APR
30
2015
Call for Nominations for ASEE Leadership

Officers to be nominated for society-wide positions are: President-Elect, Vice President Member Affairs, and Chairs of Professional Interest Councils I, IV and V. Deadline is June 1.

APR
29
2015
ASEE 2014 President's Award Winner Receives NSB Award

The National Center for Technological Literacy honored with the National Science Board's Public Service Award.
 

APR
20
2015
ASEE Member Named Founding Dean of New School

Louisiana Tech's Jenna Carpenter will be the dean of the new school of engineering at Campbell University.

APR
09
2015
ASEE Voting Results

President-Elect Louis Martin-Vega is among five officers elected.

APR
02
2015
Engineering Research Council Videos

Watch a collection of talks from the ERC meeting, held in March.

Leading in Engineering Education
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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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Veterans Report
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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.
Member Spotlight

Dr Robert BrooksDr. Robert Brooks
Robert Brooks is the 2015 ASEE National Outstanding Teacher Award winner. He is an Associate Professor in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department. His research area lies in the evaluation and testing of solids and CE materials, and Pavement Design. Dr. Brooks is a Fellow of the American Society for Civil Engineers. He is the winner of the Temple University College of Engineering Teacher of the Year-2008 Award and Distinguished Teacher of the American Society for Engineering Education-Middle Atlantic Section-2013 Award. He is a reviewer of American Society for Civil Engineers Journal of Materials. He has been an ASEE member since 1994.

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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.
Campus Stars
See ASEE members making a difference at their institutions.
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.
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.
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
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.
Member Spotlight

Dr Robert BrooksDr. Robert Brooks
Robert Brooks is the 2015 ASEE National Outstanding Teacher Award winner. He is an Associate Professor in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department. His research area lies in the evaluation and testing of solids and CE materials, and Pavement Design. Dr. Brooks is a Fellow of the American Society for Civil Engineers. He is the winner of the Temple University College of Engineering Teacher of the Year-2008 Award and Distinguished Teacher of the American Society for Engineering Education-Middle Atlantic Section-2013 Award. He is a reviewer of American Society for Civil Engineers Journal of Materials. He has been an ASEE member since 1994.

For Parents and Students
girl on phoneCheck out our many resources, including, scholarships, fellowships, internahsips, and after school programs; newsletters; financial support; and university and major advice.