General Information

Welcome!

Below is a listing of all the upcoming conferences that are managed by ASEE headquarters. If you do not see the conference you are looking for please check the International Events as well as the Member Meetings Sections of the web site.

Conferences Director Patti Greenawalt discusses how her department organizes and supports member-focused events.

 

Conferences FAQ

 

ASEE PEER - Conference Proceedings Search

A search engine including all the papers presented at ASEE's Annual Conference since 1996.

 

2016ACAnnual Conference

Join the American Society for Engineering Education in New Orleans, LA for the 123rd Annual Conference & Exposition!
June 26 - 29, 2016

The ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition is the only conference dedicated to all disciplines of engineering education. It is committed to fostering the exchange of ideas, enhancing teaching methods and curriculum, and providing prime networking opportunities for engineering and technology education stakeholders such as deans, faculty members and industry and government representatives.

Learn more

2015 Annual Conference Highlights

2016 International Forum5th Annual ASEE International Forum

New Orleans, LA
June 25, 2016

On June 25, 2016, ASEE will host an International Forum in collaboration with sister societies devoted to engineering education. There will be one plenary devoted to innovations in engineering education in each of these nations. The one day Forum (8:00 am - 6:30 p.m.) will highlight bi-lateral educational activities focused on student development, curricular and laboratory development, and faculty development. There will also be hands-on interactive sessions led by industry showcasing applications of learning technologies in engineering.

Learn more

2015 International Forum

K-12 Workshop13th Annual ASEE Workshop on K-12 Engineering Education

New Orleans, LA
June 25 - 26

ASEE is proud to bring you the 13th Annual K-12 Workshop for Engineering Education. The exciting, daylong event is designed to introduce K-12 teachers and engineering educators from the northwest and across the country to innovative, hands-on, effective engineering instruction.

Learn more

2015 K-12 Workshop

NETI2016 National Effective Teaching Institute

NETI-2
Washington, D.C.
June 1 - 3, 2016
Dupont Circle Hotel
 

The advanced National Effective Teaching Institute (NETI-2) is a two-day workshop given once every two years. It is designed to add to the pedagogical expertise of engineering instructors who are knowledgeable about the subjects covered in NETI-1. Two instructional approaches will provide the foundation for the workshop content: cooperative learning and inductive teaching and learning (inquiry-based and problem-based learning). Topics covered for each technique will include definitions, learning benefits and the research base that demonstrates them, implementation suggestions, problems that may arise in implementation and how to avoid them, and how the methods can be used to address ABET Outcomes 3a–3k and promote development of conceptual understanding and high-level thinking and problem-solving skills. In February of a year in which NETI-2 will be given, nominations from deans and self-nominations are accepted on a first-come first-served basis, and will be closed at 50 enrollees. The registration fee is $950.

NETI2016 National Effective Teaching Institute

NETI-1B
New Orleans, LA
June 23 - 25, 2016
Hilton New Orleans Riverside
 

The basic National Effective Teaching Institute (NETI-1) is a three-day workshop given twice a year. It is intended to give the participants information and some hands-on practice in the elements of effective teaching—course planning, lecturing, active learning, assessment of learning, and dealing with a variety of problems that commonly arise in the life of a faculty member. The workshop is also intended to provide new faculty with tips on getting their careers off to a good start and experienced faculty with instructional materials and methods that they can use in faculty development and new faculty mentoring programs on their own campuses. Experienced faculty who are nominated should therefore be among the better teachers on their campuses, as opposed to teachers having problems and seeking assistance. In a major survey of NETI-1 alumni, a significant number of past participants reported that the workshop had a positive effect on both their students' learning and their student evaluations. Every January (for NETI-1A) and May (for NETI-1B), engineering deans are invited to nominate up to two faculty members from their campuses. Nominees should have at least one semester of teaching experience prior to attending. Nominations are accepted on a first-come first-served basis up to a maximum of 50. The deans are expected to pay their nominees' expenses, which include travel, subsistence, and the $1,150 NETI-1 registration fee.

ETLI2016 Engineering Technology Leaders Institute

ETLI
Arlington, VA
September 23, 2016

ETLI is sponsored by the ASEE Engineering Technology Council and its Executive Board.

2015 ETLI

CIEC2017 Conference for Industry and Education Collaboration (CIEC)

Jacksonville, FL
February 8-10, 2017

The Conference for Industry and Education Collaboration (CIEC) is being held this year in Jacksonville, FL, February 8-10, 2017. The four sponsoring divisions are Cooperative and Experiential Education Division (CEED), College-Industry Partnerships Division (CIPD), Continuing Professional Development Division (CPDD) and the Engineering Technology Division (ETD).

2016 CIEC

2016 Engineering Deans Public Policy Colloquium

Washington, D.C.
February 8 - 10, 2016

The Public Policy Colloquium of the ASEE Engineering Deans Council has a dual role: to strengthen the discussion of engineering education and research issues between the deans of engineering and key public policy makers, and to enable the deans to refine their public policy agenda.

Since we are focusing on activities of the Engineering Deans Council, we ask that you come yourself and do not send your associate dean.

2015 PPC

ERC2016 Engineering Research Council

Silver Spring, MD
March 7 - 9, 2016

The Engineering Research Council of the ASEE exists to support and enhance research in engineering, technology, computing and applied science in educational organizations.

The ASEE ERC conference will be held at The Sheraton, Silver Spring, MD March 7 – 9, 2016. Engineering deans, associate deans, department chairs and faculty are encouraged to attend.

2015-2016 Board of Directors

2015 ERC

2016 Engineering Deans Institute

Intercontinental
San Francisco, CA
March 29 - April 1, 2016

The annual ASEE Engineering Deans Institute (EDI) provides an opportunity for engineering deans- and only deans- to gather and discuss the crucial issues facing their schools, colleges, and profession. For a few days, a single-stream program fosters dialogue between deans, industry leaders, and those in important roles in research and government. Deans share best practices, learn about career prospects for their graduates, and develop a voice for engineering education and the role of engineering in society. Social activities and plenty of time for conversation encourage the cultivation of relationships and an intensely rewarding experience. EDI is sponsored by the ASEE Engineering Deans Council and its Executive Board.

Learn more

2015 EDI

Follow us on Twitter @ASEEConferences

Contact the Conferences Department for more information

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General Information

Welcome!

Below is a listing of all the upcoming conferences that are managed by ASEE headquarters. If you do not see the conference you are looking for please check the International Events as well as the Member Meetings Sections of the web site.

Conferences Director Patti Greenawalt discusses how her department organizes and supports member-focused events.

 

Conferences FAQ

 

ASEE PEER - Conference Proceedings Search

A search engine including all the papers presented at ASEE's Annual Conference since 1996.

 

2016ACAnnual Conference

Join the American Society for Engineering Education in New Orleans, LA for the 123rd Annual Conference & Exposition!
June 26 - 29, 2016

The ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition is the only conference dedicated to all disciplines of engineering education. It is committed to fostering the exchange of ideas, enhancing teaching methods and curriculum, and providing prime networking opportunities for engineering and technology education stakeholders such as deans, faculty members and industry and government representatives.

Learn more

2015 Annual Conference Highlights

2016 International Forum5th Annual ASEE International Forum

New Orleans, LA
June 25, 2016

On June 25, 2016, ASEE will host an International Forum in collaboration with sister societies devoted to engineering education. There will be one plenary devoted to innovations in engineering education in each of these nations. The one day Forum (8:00 am - 6:30 p.m.) will highlight bi-lateral educational activities focused on student development, curricular and laboratory development, and faculty development. There will also be hands-on interactive sessions led by industry showcasing applications of learning technologies in engineering.

Learn more

2015 International Forum

K-12 Workshop13th Annual ASEE Workshop on K-12 Engineering Education

New Orleans, LA
June 25 - 26

ASEE is proud to bring you the 13th Annual K-12 Workshop for Engineering Education. The exciting, daylong event is designed to introduce K-12 teachers and engineering educators from the northwest and across the country to innovative, hands-on, effective engineering instruction.

Learn more

2015 K-12 Workshop

NETI2016 National Effective Teaching Institute

NETI-2
Washington, D.C.
June 1 - 3, 2016
Dupont Circle Hotel
 

The advanced National Effective Teaching Institute (NETI-2) is a two-day workshop given once every two years. It is designed to add to the pedagogical expertise of engineering instructors who are knowledgeable about the subjects covered in NETI-1. Two instructional approaches will provide the foundation for the workshop content: cooperative learning and inductive teaching and learning (inquiry-based and problem-based learning). Topics covered for each technique will include definitions, learning benefits and the research base that demonstrates them, implementation suggestions, problems that may arise in implementation and how to avoid them, and how the methods can be used to address ABET Outcomes 3a–3k and promote development of conceptual understanding and high-level thinking and problem-solving skills. In February of a year in which NETI-2 will be given, nominations from deans and self-nominations are accepted on a first-come first-served basis, and will be closed at 50 enrollees. The registration fee is $950.

NETI2016 National Effective Teaching Institute

NETI-1B
New Orleans, LA
June 23 - 25, 2016
Hilton New Orleans Riverside
 

The basic National Effective Teaching Institute (NETI-1) is a three-day workshop given twice a year. It is intended to give the participants information and some hands-on practice in the elements of effective teaching—course planning, lecturing, active learning, assessment of learning, and dealing with a variety of problems that commonly arise in the life of a faculty member. The workshop is also intended to provide new faculty with tips on getting their careers off to a good start and experienced faculty with instructional materials and methods that they can use in faculty development and new faculty mentoring programs on their own campuses. Experienced faculty who are nominated should therefore be among the better teachers on their campuses, as opposed to teachers having problems and seeking assistance. In a major survey of NETI-1 alumni, a significant number of past participants reported that the workshop had a positive effect on both their students' learning and their student evaluations. Every January (for NETI-1A) and May (for NETI-1B), engineering deans are invited to nominate up to two faculty members from their campuses. Nominees should have at least one semester of teaching experience prior to attending. Nominations are accepted on a first-come first-served basis up to a maximum of 50. The deans are expected to pay their nominees' expenses, which include travel, subsistence, and the $1,150 NETI-1 registration fee.

ETLI2016 Engineering Technology Leaders Institute

ETLI
Arlington, VA
September 23, 2016

ETLI is sponsored by the ASEE Engineering Technology Council and its Executive Board.

2015 ETLI

CIEC2017 Conference for Industry and Education Collaboration (CIEC)

Jacksonville, FL
February 8-10, 2017

The Conference for Industry and Education Collaboration (CIEC) is being held this year in Jacksonville, FL, February 8-10, 2017. The four sponsoring divisions are Cooperative and Experiential Education Division (CEED), College-Industry Partnerships Division (CIPD), Continuing Professional Development Division (CPDD) and the Engineering Technology Division (ETD).

2016 CIEC

2016 Engineering Deans Public Policy Colloquium

Washington, D.C.
February 8 - 10, 2016

The Public Policy Colloquium of the ASEE Engineering Deans Council has a dual role: to strengthen the discussion of engineering education and research issues between the deans of engineering and key public policy makers, and to enable the deans to refine their public policy agenda.

Since we are focusing on activities of the Engineering Deans Council, we ask that you come yourself and do not send your associate dean.

2015 PPC

ERC2016 Engineering Research Council

Silver Spring, MD
March 7 - 9, 2016

The Engineering Research Council of the ASEE exists to support and enhance research in engineering, technology, computing and applied science in educational organizations.

The ASEE ERC conference will be held at The Sheraton, Silver Spring, MD March 7 – 9, 2016. Engineering deans, associate deans, department chairs and faculty are encouraged to attend.

2015-2016 Board of Directors

2015 ERC

2016 Engineering Deans Institute

Intercontinental
San Francisco, CA
March 29 - April 1, 2016

The annual ASEE Engineering Deans Institute (EDI) provides an opportunity for engineering deans- and only deans- to gather and discuss the crucial issues facing their schools, colleges, and profession. For a few days, a single-stream program fosters dialogue between deans, industry leaders, and those in important roles in research and government. Deans share best practices, learn about career prospects for their graduates, and develop a voice for engineering education and the role of engineering in society. Social activities and plenty of time for conversation encourage the cultivation of relationships and an intensely rewarding experience. EDI is sponsored by the ASEE Engineering Deans Council and its Executive Board.

Learn more

2015 EDI

Follow us on Twitter @ASEEConferences

Contact the Conferences Department for more information

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