2015 Best Paper Winners

PIC Papers Award Winners

PIC Title Authors
PIC I Comparing Pedagogical Strategies for Inquiry-based Learning Tasks in a Flipped Classroom
  • Milo Koretsky
    (Oregon State University)
  • Samuel Alexander Mihelic
    (Oregon State University)
  • Margot Vigeant
    (Bucknell University)
  • Katharyn E. K. Nottis
    (Bucknell University)
  • Michael Prince
    (Bucknell University)
PIC II The Impact of Teaming and Cognitive Style on Student Perceptions of Design Ideation Outcomes
  • Kathryn Jablokow
    (Pennsylvania State University)
  • Wesley Teerlink
    (Pennsylvania State University)
  • Seda Yilmaz
    (Iowa University)
  • Shanna R. Daly
    (University of Michigan)
  • Eli M. Silk
    (The State University of New Jersey)
PIC III** Which Courses Influence Engineering Students' Views of Social Responsibility?
  • Nathan E. Canney
    (Seattle University)
  • Angela R. Bielefeldt
    (University of Colorado)
  • Mikhael Russo
PIC IV Hybrid Learning Style
  • Quintana Clark
    (Purdue University, West Lafayette)
  • Alejandra J Magana
    (Purdue University, West Lafayette)
PIC V The Path from Industry Professional to Assistant Professor
  • Mark Angola
    (East Carolina University)
  • Leslie Pagliari
    (East Carolina University)
  • James Kirby
    (Eastern Kentucky University School of Business)

** Best Paper Overall

 

Zones' Papers Award Winners

Zones Title Authors
Zone I A Deeper Understanding of Technology is Needed for Workforce Readiness – Playing Games, Texting, and Tweets Aren't Enough to Make Students Tech-Savvy
  • Teresa Piliouras
    (Best We Can Be Inc.)
  • Raymond Yu
    (AITE High School)
  • Kristen Villanueva
    (AITE High School)
  • Yingxin Chen
    (AITE High School)
  • Holly Robillard
    (AITE High School)
  • Michael Berson
    (AITE High School)
  • Jeanne Lauer
    (AITE High School)
  • Garrett Sampel
    (AITE High School)
  • Daniel Lapinski
    (AITE High School)
  • Maigh Attre
    (AITE High School)
Zone II The Da Vinci Foundry: A Powerful Learning and Thinking System to Develop the 21st Century Renaissance Engineer
  • Pedro E. Arce
    (Tennessee Technological University)
  • Joseph Biernaki
    (Tennessee Technological University)
  • J.R. Sanders
    (Tennessee Technological University)
  • J. Pascal
    (Tennessee Technological University)
Zone III** Correlating Engineering Statics Student Performance with Scores of a Test over Pre-requisite Material Involving Problem Solving
  • Roy Myose
    (Wichita State University)
  • Syed Raza
    (Wichita State University)
  • Klaus Hoffman
    (Wichita State University)
  • Armin Ghoddoussi
    (Wichita State University)
Zone IV HSI STEM: Research Opportunities to Improve Retention and Increase the Pipeline to Graduate School
  • Gino Galvez
    (California State University, Long Beach)
  • Eric Marinez
    (California State University, Long Beach)
  • Alvaro Monge
    (California State University, Long Beach)

** Best Paper Overall

 

Best Diversity Paper

Diversity Title Authors
Winner Creating Inclusive Environments in First-Year Engineering Classes to Support Student Retention and Learning
  • Christina H. Paguyo
    (Colorado State University)
  • Rebecca A. Atadero
    (Colorado State University)
  • Karen E. Rambo-Hernandez
    (West Virginia University)
  • Jennifer Francis (West Virginia University)