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2017 ASEE Engineering Research Council (ERC)

Hyatt Regency, Crystal City
2799 Jefferson Davis Hwy
Arlington, VA 22202

March 6 - 8, 2017

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

Engineering deans, associate deans, department chairs and other engineering research leaders are encouraged to attend this conference.

Conference Goals:

The topics for this year's conference reflect the needs identified by responses to the ERC membership survey concerning roles, responsibilities and professional development for associate deans of research for colleges of engineering. These topics include:

  • Developing team-based research initiatives
  • Mentoring new faculty members for research funding success
  • New research opportunities - university/corporate partnerships
  • New research opportunities - breaking into Federal agencies that are new for you
  • Maximizing your “return on investment” as an ERC member
  • New programs & Initiatives at NSF
  • Federal research and government relations in “a new world”

The meeting will use a combination of workshops, panels, presentations with Q&A, informal discussions and events such as the “no-host dinners” to provide attendees with the best opportunities for gaining knowledge and experience from both participating experts and your peers. We hope to be able to provide any presentations ahead of the meeting. We will also provide workshop outputs to the attendees shortly after the meeting.

2017 ERC Banner

2017 ASEE Engineering Research Council (ERC)

Hyatt Regency, Crystal City
2799 Jefferson Davis Hwy
Arlington, VA 22202

March 6 - 8, 2017

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

Engineering deans, associate deans, department chairs and other engineering research leaders are encouraged to attend this conference.

Conference Goals:

The topics for this year's conference reflect the needs identified by responses to the ERC membership survey concerning roles, responsibilities and professional development for associate deans of research for colleges of engineering. These topics include:

  • Developing team-based research initiatives
  • Mentoring new faculty members for research funding success
  • New research opportunities - university/corporate partnerships
  • New research opportunities - breaking into Federal agencies that are new for you
  • Maximizing your “return on investment” as an ERC member
  • New programs & Initiatives at NSF
  • Federal research and government relations in “a new world”

The meeting will use a combination of workshops, panels, presentations with Q&A, informal discussions and events such as the “no-host dinners” to provide attendees with the best opportunities for gaining knowledge and experience from both participating experts and your peers. We hope to be able to provide any presentations ahead of the meeting. We will also provide workshop outputs to the attendees shortly after the meeting.