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2013 Engineering Technology Leadership Institute (ETLI)

Sheraton Crystal City Hotel
Arlington, Virginia 22202

October 4, 2013

View the videos from this event here.

 


Welcome

The Engineering Technology Leadership Institute (ETLI) has been held annually for 37 years. Its purpose is to bring engineering technology educators, industry leaders, and government officials together to discuss topics of importance for future engineers. This year’s theme examines the “Impact of Engineering Technology Graduates on the U.S. Engineering Workforce.” The Institute will feature three panels: Global Perspectives on the Education of Engineers; Industry’s Role in Educating Engineers; and National Call to Action. Details about the panels can be found in the program section.

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


Program

Printed Program PDF


Presentations

Keynote at Opening Reception: Kenneth F. Galloway, Ph.D. - 2013-14 ASEE President and Distinguished Professor, Vanderbilt University
Is It Time to Rebrand?

Panel 1- Global Perspective on the Education of Engineers: Mike Murphy, Ph.D., C. Eng. - Director and Dean, College of Engineering & Built Environment, Dublin Institute of Technology
Presentation

Panel 1- Global Perspective on the Education of Engineers: Bruce Ware, P.E., - Chief of Engineering Management U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
USACE Civil Works and Military Programs and Education Requirements

Panel 1- Global Perspective on the Education of Engineers: Gary R. Bertoline, Ph.D. - Dean, College of Technology and Distinguished Professor, Purdue University
The Fatal Flaw in Engineering Higher Education in the US

Panel 2- Should Industry Co-Own the Education of Engineers: David Russomanno, Ph.D. - Dean, School of Engineering & Technology, IUPUI
Presentation

Panel 2- Should Industry Co-Own the Education of Engineers: Mark D. Vaughn, Ph.D. - Manager, Technical Talent pipelining, Technology Community Office of STEM Corning Incorporated
Greater Southern Tier STEM Education Initiative - Motivation and Progress

Panel 3- National Call to Action: Michael Milligan, Ph.D., P.E. - Executive Director, ABET
Presentation

Panel 3- National Call to Action: Mark C. Tomlinson, CMfgE, EMCP - Executive Director/CEO, SME
National Call To Action

Panel 3- National Call to Action: Thomas Perry, P.E. - Director, Education, ASME
Presentation


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2013 ETLI Banner

2013 Engineering Technology Leadership Institute (ETLI)

Sheraton Crystal City Hotel
Arlington, Virginia 22202

October 4, 2013

View the videos from this event here.

 


Welcome

The Engineering Technology Leadership Institute (ETLI) has been held annually for 37 years. Its purpose is to bring engineering technology educators, industry leaders, and government officials together to discuss topics of importance for future engineers. This year’s theme examines the “Impact of Engineering Technology Graduates on the U.S. Engineering Workforce.” The Institute will feature three panels: Global Perspectives on the Education of Engineers; Industry’s Role in Educating Engineers; and National Call to Action. Details about the panels can be found in the program section.

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


Program

Printed Program PDF


Presentations

Keynote at Opening Reception: Kenneth F. Galloway, Ph.D. - 2013-14 ASEE President and Distinguished Professor, Vanderbilt University
Is It Time to Rebrand?

Panel 1- Global Perspective on the Education of Engineers: Mike Murphy, Ph.D., C. Eng. - Director and Dean, College of Engineering & Built Environment, Dublin Institute of Technology
Presentation

Panel 1- Global Perspective on the Education of Engineers: Bruce Ware, P.E., - Chief of Engineering Management U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
USACE Civil Works and Military Programs and Education Requirements

Panel 1- Global Perspective on the Education of Engineers: Gary R. Bertoline, Ph.D. - Dean, College of Technology and Distinguished Professor, Purdue University
The Fatal Flaw in Engineering Higher Education in the US

Panel 2- Should Industry Co-Own the Education of Engineers: David Russomanno, Ph.D. - Dean, School of Engineering & Technology, IUPUI
Presentation

Panel 2- Should Industry Co-Own the Education of Engineers: Mark D. Vaughn, Ph.D. - Manager, Technical Talent pipelining, Technology Community Office of STEM Corning Incorporated
Greater Southern Tier STEM Education Initiative - Motivation and Progress

Panel 3- National Call to Action: Michael Milligan, Ph.D., P.E. - Executive Director, ABET
Presentation

Panel 3- National Call to Action: Mark C. Tomlinson, CMfgE, EMCP - Executive Director/CEO, SME
National Call To Action

Panel 3- National Call to Action: Thomas Perry, P.E. - Director, Education, ASME
Presentation


Contact the Conferences Department for more information »

Follow us on Twitter @ASEEConferences

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