Presentations

Introduction 
By: Dr. Ken Burbank, Chair of Engineering Technology Council (ETC), Head, School of Engineering Technology, Purdue Polytechnic Institute.

ASEE President Rencis' Keynote Address 
By: Dr. Joseph Rencis, ASEE President, Dean of Engineering, Clay N. Hixson - Chair for Engineering Leadership & Professor, Mechanical Engineering, Tennessee Technological University

Session I: Pathways for ET Graduation Education 
By: Dr. Enrique Barbieri, Professor & Chair, Department of Engineering Technology, University of North Texas and Dr. James Frendewey, Dean of the School of Technology, Michigan Technological University

Update on NAE ET Education and Related Studies 
By: Mr. Greg Pearson, Senior Program Officer, National Academy of Engineering, Washington, D.C. and Dr. Brian Yoder

ASEE Profiles and Salary Surveys: An Overview 
By: Dr. Brian Yoder, ASEE

Session II: Engineering Technology Value; Proposition for Students, Businees & Industry, and Academic Institutions  
By: Professor Ron Land, Associate Professor, College of Engineering, System-wide Coordinator, Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology, Penn State University and Dr. Ken Burbank, Chair of Engineering Technology Council (ETC), and Head, School of Engineering Technology, Purdue Polytechnic Institute.

Session III: Best Practices in Engineering Technology 
By: Professor Carol Richardson, Professor Emeritus, College of Applied Science and Technology, Rochester Institute of Technology and Professor Maureen Valentine, Professor, College of Applied Science and Technology, Rochester Institute of Technology.

Presentations

Introduction 
By: Dr. Ken Burbank, Chair of Engineering Technology Council (ETC), Head, School of Engineering Technology, Purdue Polytechnic Institute.

ASEE President Rencis' Keynote Address 
By: Dr. Joseph Rencis, ASEE President, Dean of Engineering, Clay N. Hixson - Chair for Engineering Leadership & Professor, Mechanical Engineering, Tennessee Technological University

Session I: Pathways for ET Graduation Education 
By: Dr. Enrique Barbieri, Professor & Chair, Department of Engineering Technology, University of North Texas and Dr. James Frendewey, Dean of the School of Technology, Michigan Technological University

Update on NAE ET Education and Related Studies 
By: Mr. Greg Pearson, Senior Program Officer, National Academy of Engineering, Washington, D.C. and Dr. Brian Yoder

ASEE Profiles and Salary Surveys: An Overview 
By: Dr. Brian Yoder, ASEE

Session II: Engineering Technology Value; Proposition for Students, Businees & Industry, and Academic Institutions  
By: Professor Ron Land, Associate Professor, College of Engineering, System-wide Coordinator, Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology, Penn State University and Dr. Ken Burbank, Chair of Engineering Technology Council (ETC), and Head, School of Engineering Technology, Purdue Polytechnic Institute.

Session III: Best Practices in Engineering Technology 
By: Professor Carol Richardson, Professor Emeritus, College of Applied Science and Technology, Rochester Institute of Technology and Professor Maureen Valentine, Professor, College of Applied Science and Technology, Rochester Institute of Technology.