2016 ASEE Board of Directors Election Results

OFFICE OF PRESIDENT-ELECT

BEVLEE WATFORDBevlee Watford

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, College of Engineering
Virginia Tech

Watford has been an active member of ASEE since 1986, serving the organization in multiple capacities. She has held elected office in both the Women in Engineering and the Minorities in Engineering Divisions. She chaired the Diversity Task Force that resulted in the creation of the ASEE Diversity Strategic Plan as well as a standing Diversity Committee. She most recently served as First VP and VP for External Affairs working to increase membership through strategic partnerships. She currently serves as an associate editor of the journal Advances in Engineering Education. In 2010, she was elected a Fellow of ASEE. Watford is a Professor of Engineering Education in the College of Engineering at Virginia Tech. She received her B.S. in Mining Engineering, and her M.S. and Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research from Virginia Tech. She is the Founding Director of the Center for the Enhancement of Engineering Diversity (CEED, 1992). She has secured more than $6.5 million dollars in funding and support for the CEED and other undergraduate initiatives from a variety of sources. Her research activities have focused on the recruitment and retention of students in engineering, with a particular emphasis on under-represented students.


VICE PRESIDENT OF MEMBER AFFAIRS

BOBBY CRAWFORDGrant B. Crawford

Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Quinnipiac University

Crawford is a retired Army Colonel and former Director of the Mechanical Engineering Program at the United States Military Academy. He has served in a variety of positions at the section and zone level of ASEE and is a past recipient of the ASEE National Outstanding Teaching Award. He has served as the Chair of the Fundamentals of Engineering Examination committee for the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying and as a Mechanical Engineering Program Evaluator for the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET. Crawford has been a registered professional engineer in the Commonwealth of Virginia since 1998.


CHAIR, PIC I

AGNIESZKA MIGUELAgnieszka Miguel

Chair, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Seattle University

Miguel has held numerous ASEE leadership positions and has contributed to the ASEE Annual Conference for over a decade by reviewing papers, chairing sessions, organizing panels, and presenting her own work. Miguel has been a member of the Program Committee of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Heads Association annual conference. She is a PI of a National Science Foundation (NSF) S-STEM grant that provides scholarships and support services to ECE transfer students. As department chair, Miguel led the creation and implementation of new ECE undergraduate curriculum and increased the undergraduate enrollment in ECE by almost 50 percent.


CHAIR, PIC IV

TERI REEDTeri Reed

Associate Professor, Harold Vance Department of Petroleum Engineering
Texas A&M University

Reed helped establish the scholarly foundation for engineering education as an academic discipline through co-authorship of the landmark 2006 Journal of Engineering Education's special reports, “The National Engineering Education Research Colloquies” and “The Research Agenda for the New Discipline of Engineering Education.” She has received funding from NSF, the Department of Education, various private foundations, and industry. Her ASEE honors include the 2015 William Elgin Wickenden, the 2013 Sharon Keillor Award for Women in Engineering Education, the 2013 Environmental Engineering Division Best Paper Award, and the 2008 ERM Division Outstanding Service Award.


CHAIR, PIC V

JULAYNE-MOSERJulayne Moser

Director of Graduate Studies, School of Mechanical Engineering
Purdue University

Moser has served on the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and the College-Industry Partnerships (CIP) Divisions, serving as Chair-elect, Chair, Secretary, and CIEC-CPD Program Chair. On the CPD Board, she worked to promote division activities and accomplishments, establish on-going visibility on the ASEE web site, and revise the division by-laws and ‘CPD Handbook.’ She also served as General Conference Chair and Assistant Conference Chair for the Conference for Industry and Education Collaboration (CIEC). She served as Secretary and Chair of the CIEC Executive Board and as the Coordinator for the Corporate and University Sponsored Expositions at past CIEC Conferences.


CHAIR, ZONE I

SHANE ROGERSShane Rogers

Associate Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Clarkson University

Rogers has been active in the St. Lawrence Section executive committee as awards committee chair, Section Vice-Chair, Section Chair, and Section Outgoing Chair. He is a Fulbright Scholar Awardee, an Associate Editor for Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, and recipient of the Section Outstanding Teaching Award, the Martin Luther King Jr. Diversity Award, the Clarkson University Student Association Outstanding Teacher Award, and the Water Environment Federation's McKee Groundwater Protection, Restoration, and Sustainable Use Medal (2008), among other recognitions.


CHAIR, ZONE III

RAJU DANDURaju Dandu

Professor and Graduate Program Director
Kansas State University Polytechnic

Dandu has previously served as chair of the Midwest Section, as chair-elect, and as a section campus representative. He received the Outstanding Zone III Campus Representative Award in 2009. Dandu served in a variety of national level positions and is a member of the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET and the Chair of Committee on Engineering Technology Accreditation of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Dandu is a recipient of 2010 Award of Merit from the Society of Manufacturing Engineers.


ASEE was founded in 1893 and is the only national engineering education organization concerned with all engineering disciplines. ASEE is a leading voice in the community, authoring reports on transforming curriculum and transitioning veterans into engineering careers, among others; managing a large portfolio of fellowships and internships for the federal government; and publishing the world's premier journals on engineering education.

2016 ASEE Board of Directors Election Results

OFFICE OF PRESIDENT-ELECT

BEVLEE WATFORDBevlee Watford

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, College of Engineering
Virginia Tech

Watford has been an active member of ASEE since 1986, serving the organization in multiple capacities. She has held elected office in both the Women in Engineering and the Minorities in Engineering Divisions. She chaired the Diversity Task Force that resulted in the creation of the ASEE Diversity Strategic Plan as well as a standing Diversity Committee. She most recently served as First VP and VP for External Affairs working to increase membership through strategic partnerships. She currently serves as an associate editor of the journal Advances in Engineering Education. In 2010, she was elected a Fellow of ASEE. Watford is a Professor of Engineering Education in the College of Engineering at Virginia Tech. She received her B.S. in Mining Engineering, and her M.S. and Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research from Virginia Tech. She is the Founding Director of the Center for the Enhancement of Engineering Diversity (CEED, 1992). She has secured more than $6.5 million dollars in funding and support for the CEED and other undergraduate initiatives from a variety of sources. Her research activities have focused on the recruitment and retention of students in engineering, with a particular emphasis on under-represented students.


VICE PRESIDENT OF MEMBER AFFAIRS

BOBBY CRAWFORDGrant B. Crawford

Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Quinnipiac University

Crawford is a retired Army Colonel and former Director of the Mechanical Engineering Program at the United States Military Academy. He has served in a variety of positions at the section and zone level of ASEE and is a past recipient of the ASEE National Outstanding Teaching Award. He has served as the Chair of the Fundamentals of Engineering Examination committee for the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying and as a Mechanical Engineering Program Evaluator for the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET. Crawford has been a registered professional engineer in the Commonwealth of Virginia since 1998.


CHAIR, PIC I

AGNIESZKA MIGUELAgnieszka Miguel

Chair, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Seattle University

Miguel has held numerous ASEE leadership positions and has contributed to the ASEE Annual Conference for over a decade by reviewing papers, chairing sessions, organizing panels, and presenting her own work. Miguel has been a member of the Program Committee of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Heads Association annual conference. She is a PI of a National Science Foundation (NSF) S-STEM grant that provides scholarships and support services to ECE transfer students. As department chair, Miguel led the creation and implementation of new ECE undergraduate curriculum and increased the undergraduate enrollment in ECE by almost 50 percent.


CHAIR, PIC IV

TERI REEDTeri Reed

Associate Professor, Harold Vance Department of Petroleum Engineering
Texas A&M University

Reed helped establish the scholarly foundation for engineering education as an academic discipline through co-authorship of the landmark 2006 Journal of Engineering Education's special reports, “The National Engineering Education Research Colloquies” and “The Research Agenda for the New Discipline of Engineering Education.” She has received funding from NSF, the Department of Education, various private foundations, and industry. Her ASEE honors include the 2015 William Elgin Wickenden, the 2013 Sharon Keillor Award for Women in Engineering Education, the 2013 Environmental Engineering Division Best Paper Award, and the 2008 ERM Division Outstanding Service Award.


CHAIR, PIC V

JULAYNE-MOSERJulayne Moser

Director of Graduate Studies, School of Mechanical Engineering
Purdue University

Moser has served on the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and the College-Industry Partnerships (CIP) Divisions, serving as Chair-elect, Chair, Secretary, and CIEC-CPD Program Chair. On the CPD Board, she worked to promote division activities and accomplishments, establish on-going visibility on the ASEE web site, and revise the division by-laws and ‘CPD Handbook.’ She also served as General Conference Chair and Assistant Conference Chair for the Conference for Industry and Education Collaboration (CIEC). She served as Secretary and Chair of the CIEC Executive Board and as the Coordinator for the Corporate and University Sponsored Expositions at past CIEC Conferences.


CHAIR, ZONE I

SHANE ROGERSShane Rogers

Associate Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Clarkson University

Rogers has been active in the St. Lawrence Section executive committee as awards committee chair, Section Vice-Chair, Section Chair, and Section Outgoing Chair. He is a Fulbright Scholar Awardee, an Associate Editor for Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, and recipient of the Section Outstanding Teaching Award, the Martin Luther King Jr. Diversity Award, the Clarkson University Student Association Outstanding Teacher Award, and the Water Environment Federation's McKee Groundwater Protection, Restoration, and Sustainable Use Medal (2008), among other recognitions.


CHAIR, ZONE III

RAJU DANDURaju Dandu

Professor and Graduate Program Director
Kansas State University Polytechnic

Dandu has previously served as chair of the Midwest Section, as chair-elect, and as a section campus representative. He received the Outstanding Zone III Campus Representative Award in 2009. Dandu served in a variety of national level positions and is a member of the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET and the Chair of Committee on Engineering Technology Accreditation of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Dandu is a recipient of 2010 Award of Merit from the Society of Manufacturing Engineers.


ASEE was founded in 1893 and is the only national engineering education organization concerned with all engineering disciplines. ASEE is a leading voice in the community, authoring reports on transforming curriculum and transitioning veterans into engineering careers, among others; managing a large portfolio of fellowships and internships for the federal government; and publishing the world's premier journals on engineering education.