For papers that were presented at the 2013 ASEE Annual Conference

Best Zone Paper
Presented to:
Jane L. Lehr, Helene Finger, and Beverley Kwang – California Polytechnic State University
Paper: “When, Why, How, Who – Lessons from First-Year Female Engineering Students to Cal Poly for Efforts to Increase Recruitment”

Best Paper- PIC I
Presented to:
Gayle Ermer – Calvin College
Paper: “The Four Pillars of Manufacturing as a Tool for Evaluating Course Content in the Mechanical Concentration of a General Engineering”

Best Paper- PIC II
Presented to:
Darshita Shah, Jennifer French, Janet Rankin, and Lori Breslow – Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Paper: “Using Video to Tie Engineering Themes to Foundational Concepts”

Best Paper- PIC III
Presented to:
Aimee Brasch – University of Idaho, Moscow
Anne Kern and Jillian Cadwell – University of Idaho
Laura Laumatia and Fritz Fielder – University of Idaho, Moscow
Paper: “How Land Use Change, Changed Culture”

Best Paper- PIC IV
Presented to:
Lorelle Meadows and Denise Sekaquaptewa – University of Michigan
Paper: “The Influence of Gender Stereotypes on role Adoption in Student Teams”

Best Paper- PIC V
Presented to:
Rachelle Reisberg and Joseph A. Raelin – Northeastern University
Margaret B. Bailey – Rochester Institute of Technology
David L. Whitman and Jerry Carl Hamann – University of Wyoming
Leslie K. Pendleton – Virginia Tech
Paper: “The Effect of Cooperative Education and Contextual Support on the Retention of Undergraduate Engineering Students”

Best Conference Paper
Presented to:
Darshita Shah, Jennifer French, Janet Rankin, and Lori Breslow – Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Paper: “Using Video to Tie Engineering Themes to Foundational Concepts”

For papers that were presented at the 2012 ASEE Annual Conference

Best Zone Paper
Presented to:
William C. Farrow – Milwaukee School of Engineering
Paper: “Project Cam-A-Rok, Engaging Mechanical Engineering Freshman”
Session: M621

Best Paper- PIC I
Presented to:
Ted Eschenbach – University of Alaska Anchorage
Neal A. Lewis and Yiran Zhang – University of Bridgeport
Paper: “When to Start Collecting Social Security: Designing a Case Study”
Session: M630

Best Paper- PIC II
Presented to:
Tiffany Fisher, Wanda L. Worley, and Eugenia Fernandez – Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis
Paper: “Using Web 2.0 and Social Networking Technologies in the Classroom: A Comparison of Faculty and Student Perceptions”
Session: W536A

Best Paper- PIC III
Presented to:
Teodora Rutar Shuman and Gregory Mason – Seattle University
Paper: “Novel Approach to Conducting Labs in an Introduction to Thermodynamics Course”
Session: T1226

Best Paper- PIC IV
Presented to:
Michael Fosmire and David F. Radcliffe – Purdue University, West Lafayette
Paper: “Knowledge-enabled Engineering Design: Toward an Integrated Model’’’
Session: T633

Best Paper- PIC V
Presented to:
Rachelle Reisberg and Joseph A. Raelin – Northeastern University
Margaret B. Bailey – Rochester Institute of Technology
David L. Whitman and Jerry Carl Hamann – University of Wyoming
Leslie K. Pendleton – Virginia Tech
Paper: “The Effect of Cooperative Education on the Self-Efficacy of Students in Undergraduate Engineering”
Session: W419

Best Conference Paper
Presented to:
Rachelle Reisberg and Joseph A. Raelin – Northeastern University
Margaret B. Bailey – Rochester Institute of Technology
David L. Whitman and Jerry Carl Hamann – University of Wyoming
Leslie K. Pendleton – Virginia Tech
Paper: “The Effect of Cooperative Education on the Self-Efficacy of Students in Undergraduate Engineering”
Session: W419

For papers that were presented at the 2011 ASEE Annual Conference

Best Zone Paper
Presented to:
Rebecca Bates – Minnesota State University, Mankato
Andrew Petersen – University of Toronto, Mississauga
Paper: “Implementing Social Learning Strategies: Team Testing”
Session: M620

Best Paper- PIC I
Presented to:
Stephen Turns and Peggy Van Meter - Pennsylvania State University, University Park
Paper: “Applying Knowledge from Educational Psychology and Cognitive Science to a First Course in Thermodynamics”
Session: M449A

Best Paper- PIC II
Presented to:
Betsy Palmer – Montana State University
Patrick Terenzini – Pennsylvania State University, University Park
Ann McKenna – Arizona State University, Polytechnic Campus
Betty Harper – Pennsylvania State University, University Park
Dan Merson – Pennsylvania State University, University Park
Paper: “Design in Context: Where Do the Engineers of 2020 Learn This Skill?”
Session: T421

Best Paper- PIC III
Presented to:
Susan Freeman, Richard Whalen, Beverly Jaeger and Stanley Forman - Northeastern University
Paper: “Service-Learning vs. Learning Service in First-Year Engineering: If We Cannot Conduct First-Hand Service Projects, is it Still of Value?”
Session: T438

Best Paper- PIC IV
Presented to:
Michael Prince, Margot Vigeant and Katharyn Nottis - Bucknell University
Paper: “The Use of Inquiry-Based Activities to Repair Student Misconceptions Related to Heat, Energy and Temperature’’
Session: M422A

Best Paper- PIC V
Presented to:
Gale Spak – New Jersey Institute of Technology
Peter Schmitt – Schmitt & Associates
Cesar Bandera – Cell Podium
Paper: “m-Outreach for Engineering Continuing Education: A Model for University-Company Collaboration”
Session: T304B

Best Conference Paper
Presented to:
Betsy Palmer – Montana State University
Patrick Terenzini – Pennsylvania State University, University Park
Ann McKenna – Arizona State University, Polytechnic Campus
Betty Harper – Pennsylvania State University, University Park
Dan Merson – Pennsylvania State University, University Park
Paper: “Design in Context: Where Do the Engineers of 2020 Learn This Skill?”
Session: T421

For papers that were presented at the 2010 ASEE Annual Conference

Best Zone Paper
Presented to:
Augusto Macalalag, Debra Brockway, Mercedes McKay, and Elisabeth McGrath – Stevens Institute of Technology
Paper: “Partnership to Improve Student Achievement in Engineering and Science Education: Lessons Learned In Year One”
Session: 1596

Best Paper, PIC I
Presented to:
Stephen Ressler, United States Military Academy
Paper: “Assessing the Standards for Assessment: Is it Time to Update Criterion 3?”
Session: 1615

Best Paper, PIC II
Presented to:
Nicole Genco - University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth
Katja Holtta-Otto - University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth
Carolyn Conner Seepersad - University of Texas, Austin
Paper: “An Experimental Investigation of the Innovation Capabilities of Engineering Students”
Session: 2225

Best Paper, PIC III
Presented to:
Beverly Jaeger, Susan Freeman, Richard Whalen, and Rebecca Payne – Northeastern University
Paper: “Successful Students: Smart or Tough?”
Session: 1553

Best Paper, PIC IV
Presented to:
Nancy Warter-Perez, Jianyu Dong, Eun-Young Kang, Huiping Guo, Mauricio Castillo, Alexander Abramyan, and Keith Moo-Young – California State University, Los Angeles
Paper: “Strengthening the K-20 Engineering Pipeline for Underrepresented Minorities”
Session: 2269

Best Paper, PIC V
Presented to:
Donald Visco - Tennessee Technological University
Dirk Schaefer - Georgia Institute of Technology
Tristan Utschig - Georgia Institute of Technology
J. P. Mohsen - University of Louisville
Norman Fortenberry - American Society for Engineering Education (formerly at National Academy of Engineering)
Michael Prince - Bucknell University
Cynthia Finelli - University of Michigan
Paper: “Preparing for Participation in SPEED: An ASEE Initiative for a Nationally Recognized Development Program for Engineering Educators”
Session: 1422

Best Conference Paper
Presented to:
Beverly Jaeger, Susan Freeman, Richard Whalen, and Rebecca Payne – Northeastern University
Paper: “Successful Students: Smart or Tough?”
Session: 1553

For papers that were presented at the 2009 ASEE Annual Conference

Best Zone Paper
Presented to:
James Hanson and Patrick Brophy – Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
Paper: “Preliminary Results from Teaching Students How to Evaluate the Reasonableness of Results”
Session: AC-2009-2540

Best Paper, PIC I
Presented to:
Dianne Pawluk - Virginia Commonwealth University
Curtis Taylor – University of Florida
Marcia Hoffman – Virginia Commonwealth University
Maria McClintock – Virginia Commonwealth University
Paper: “Development of a Nanoscale Virtual Environment Haptic Interface for Teaching Nanotechnology to Individuals Who are Visually Impaired”
Session: AC-2009-1218

Best Paper, PIC II
Presented to:
Angela Bielefeldt – University of Colorado, Boulder
Kurt Paterson – Michigan Technological University
Chris Swan – Tufts University
Paper: “Measuring the Impacts of Project-based Service Learning”
Session: AC-2009-1972

Best Paper, PIC III
Presented to:
Erin Cech and Tom Waidzunas – University of California-San Diego
Paper: “Engineers Who Happen to be Gay: Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Students’ Experiences in Engineering”
Session: AC-2009-1862

Best Paper, PIC IV
Presented to:
Donna Llewellyn, Marion Usselman, and Richard Millman – Georgia Institute of Technology
Paper: “Designing Effective Educational Initiatives fro Grant Proposals”
Session: AC-2009-545

Best Paper, PIC V
Presented to:
Eugene Rutz and Timothy Keener – University of Cincinnati
Paper: “Master of Engineering Program as a Mechanism to Provide Relevant Graduate Education to Working Professionals”
Session: AC-2009-265

Best Conference Paper
Presented to:
Angela Bielefeldt – University of Colorado, Boulder
Kurt Paterson – Michigan Technological University
Chris Swan – Tufts University
Paper: “Measuring the Impacts of Project-based Service Learning”
Session: AC-2009-1972

For papers that were presented at the 2008 ASEE Annual Conference

Best Zone Paper
Presented to:
TBA

Best Paper- PIC I
Presented to:
Robert Nieweoehner, Craig Steidle, and Eric Johnson – U.S. Naval Academy
Paper: “The Loss of the Space Shuttle Columbia: Portaging the Leadership”
Session: 539

Best Paper- PIC II
Presented to:
Steven Zemke and Diane Zemke – Gonzaga University
Paper: “Structuring Team Learning Tasks to Increase Student Engagement”
Session: 317

Best Paper- PIC III
Presented to:
Arlisa Labrie Richardson - Arizona State University
Paper: “Tinkering Interactions on Freshman Engineering Design Teams”
Session: 654

Best Paper- PIC IV
Presented to:
Ashley Ater Kranov, Carl Hauser, Robert Olson, and Laura Girardeau – Washington State University
Paper: “A Direct Method for Teaching and Assessing Professional Skills”
Session: 2384

Best Paper- PIC V
Presented to:
Eugene Rutz and Chris Collins – University of Cincinnati
Mani Mina – Iowa State University
Paper: A Guided Tour of the Future of Education”
Session: 926

Best Conference Paper
Presented to:
Ashley Ater Kranov, Carl Hauser, Robert Olson, and Laura Girardeau – Washington State University
Paper: “A Direct Method for Teaching and Assessing Professional Skills”
Session: 2384

For papers that were presented at the 2007 ASEE Annual Conference

Best Zone Paper
Presented to:
Doug Tougaw and Michael McCuddy - Valparaiso University
Paper: “Implementing a New Approach to Teaching the Ethics of Emerging Technology”
Session: 3128

Best Paper, PIC I
Presented to:
Mark Evans, Decker Hains and Stephen Ressler - U. S. Military Academy
Paper: “Teaching the BOK – Challenges for Faculty and Programs”
Session: 2036

Best Paper, PIC II
Presented to:
Claude Kansaku - Oregon Institute of Technology
Linda Kehr - Klamath County School District
Catherine Lanier - Oregon NASA Space Grant Consortium
Paper: “Stem-Related K-12 Outreach Through High-Altitude Balloon Program Collaborations”
Session: 919

Best Paper, PIC III
Presented to:
Janet Meyer - Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis
Nancy Lamm - Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis
Joshua Smith - Lafayette College
Paper: “Retaining Freshman Engineering Students Through Participation in a First-Year Learning Community: What Works and What Doesn’t”
Session: 2476

Best Paper, PIC IV
Presented to:
Jeanne Hubelbank - WPI Evaluation Consulting
Chrysanthe Demetry - Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Shelley Errington Nicholson - Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Stephanie Blaisdell - Independent Consultant
Paula Quinn - Independent Consultant
Elissa Rosenthal - Marketing Research Consultant
Suzanne Sontgerath - Independent Consultant
Paper: “Long-Term Effects of a Middle School Engineering Outreach Program for Girls: A Controlled Study”
Session: 1106

Best Paper, PIC V
Presented to:
James Plemmons and Ray Jones - The Citadel
Paper: “Addressing the Career Development Needs of Experienced Project Professionals”
Session: 1283

Best Conference Paper
Presented to:
Claude Kansaku - Oregon Institute of Technology
Linda Kehr - Klamath County School District
Catherine Lanier - Oregon NASA Space Grant Consortium
Paper: “Stem-Related K-12 Outreach Through High-Altitude Balloon Program Collaborations”
Session: 919

For papers that were presented at the 2006 ASEE Annual Conference

Best Zone Paper
Presented to:
Ross McCurdy - Ponaganset High School
Paper: “Establishing Hydrogen Fuel Cell Education in the High School”
Session: 1596

Best Paper, PIC I
Presented to:
Thomas Liu, Christopher Deline, Rafael Ramos, Steven Sandoval, Ashley Smetana, Brian Gilchrist, Peter Washabaugh and Nilton Renno- University of Michigan
Paper: “The Student Space Systems Fabrication Laboratory: An Approach to Space Systems Engineering Education”
Session: 2202

Best Paper, PIC II
Presented to:
Michael Butkus and William Epolito - U.S. Military Academy
Paper: “Development of an Environmental Biological Processes Course in an Undergraduate Environmental Engineering Curriculum”
Session: 1451

Best Paper, PIC III
Presented to:
Ruiqing Jia - China University of Mining and Technology
Shanjun Xu - China University of Mining and Technology
Songyun Gao - China University of Mining and Technology
EL-Sayed Aziz - Stevens Institute of Technology
Sven Esche - Stevens Institute of Technology
Constantin Chassapis - Stevens Institute of Technology
Paper: “A Virtual Laboratory on Fluid Mechanics”
Session: 1559

Best Paper, PIC IV
Presented to:
Tammy VanDeGrift - University of Portland
Sheryl Burgstahler - University of Washington
Richard Ladner - University of Washington
Annemarie Poginy - University of Portland
Paper: “The Game of Life Workshop – Reaching Out to High School Students with Disabilities”
Session: 1167

Best Paper, PIC V
Presented to:
John Robertson - Arizona State University
Joseph Tidwell - Boeing Co.
Paper: “Content Enrichment – Exploiting the Cycle from Academia to Industry to Academia”
Session: 2222

Best Conference Paper
Presented to:
Michael Butkus - U.S. Military Academy
William Epolito - U.S. Military Academy
Paper: “Development of an Environmental Biological Processes Course in an Undergraduate Environmental Engineering Curriculum”
Session: 1451

For papers that were presented at the 2005 ASEE Annual Conference

Best Zone Paper
Presented to:
Janet deGrazia, John L. Falconer and Al Weimer - University of Colorado
For: "The Use of Clickers in Engineering Classrooms"
Session: 1603

Best Paper, PIC I
Presented to:
Sheng-Jen Hsieh and Hye Jeong Kim - Texas A&M University
For: "Web-Based Problem Solving Environment for Line Balancing Automated Manufacturing Systems"
Session: 3663

Best Paper, PIC II
Presented to:
Donald Richter - Eastern Washington University
William Loendorf - Eastern Washington University
Keith Turpin - The Boeing Company
For: "Creation of a Cost Effective Intercollegiate Design
Contest: "The Human Powered Paper Vehicle Contest"
Session: 3147

Best Paper, PIC III
Presented to:
Kenneth P. Brannan - The Citadel
Phillip C. Wankat - Purdue University
For: "Survey of First Year Programs"
Session: 1353

Best Paper, PIC IV
Presented to:
Presented to: Harriet Hartman - Rowan University
Moshe Hartman - Ben-Gurion University
For: "Leaving Engineering: Gender Differences"
Session: 2592

Best Paper, PIC V
Presented to:
Andrew L. Gerhart - Lawrence Technological University
For: "K-12 Summer Engineering Outreach Program - Curriculum Comparisons Between Ages, Minorities and Genders"
Session: 1793

Best Conference Paper
Presented to:
Kenneth P. Brannan - The Citadel
Phillip C. Wankat - Purdue University
For: "Survey of First Year Programs"
Session: 1353

For papers that were presented at the 2004 ASEE Annual Conference

Best Zone Paper
Presented to:
Eric Matson and Scott DeLoach - Kansas State University
For: “Using Robots to Increase Interest of Technical Disciplines in Rural and Under Served Schools”

Best Paper, PIC I
Presented to:
Thomas M. Adams - Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
For: “An Undergraduate MEMS Course for Everyone”
Session: 3566

Best Paper, PIC II
Presented to:
James J. Houdeshell and Gilah Pomeranz - Sinclair Community College
For: "Preliminary Results From a NSF-ATE Funded Distributed Hybrid Instructional Delivery Project”
Session: 1648

Best Paper, PIC III
Presented to:
Jean Hertzberg - University of Colorado-Boulder
For: “A Course in Flow Visualization: The Art and Physics of Fluid Flow”
Session: 2480

Best Paper, PIC IV
Presented to:
Steven Zemke - University of Idaho, Moscow
Jennifer Beller - Washington State University
Donald Elger - University of Idaho, Moscow
For: “Tailoring Cooperative Learning Events for Engineering Classes”
Session: 2131

Best Paper, PIC V
Presented to:
Clifton Johnston and Daryl Caswell- University of Calgary
For: “Fundamentals of a First-Year Engineering Design and Communication Course: Familiarization, Functionality and Testing”
Session: 1793

Best Conference Paper
Presented to:
Steven Zemke - University of Idaho, Moscow Jennifer Beller - Washington State University Donald Elger - University of Idaho, Moscow
For: “Tailoring Cooperative Learning Events for Engineering Classes”
Session: 2131

For papers that were presented at the 2003 ASEE Annual Conference

Best Zone Paper
Presented to:
J. Ledlie Klosky and Reid Vander Schaaf - United States Military Academy
For: "Show Me The Money!" Using Physical Models to Excite Student Interest In Mechanics
Session: 1601

Best Paper, PIC I
Presented to:
Jed Lyons and John Brader - University of South Carolina
For: GK-12 Enhances Teaching Skills of Graduate Students
Session: 2566

Best Paper, PIC II
Presented to:
Abi Aghayere - Rochester Institute of Technology
Wiley McKinzie - Rochester Institute of Technology
Warren Hill - Weber State University
David Dvorak - University of Maine
Dale Palmgren - Arizona State University-East
Anthony Brizendine - The University of North Carolina at Charlotte
For: Tje Scholarship Horizons In Engineering Technology: Choosing The Best Path
Session: 3647

Best Paper, PIC III
Presented to:
Daniel Knight, Lawrence Carlson and Jacquelyn Sullivan- University of Colorado, Boulder
For: Staying In Engineering: Effects of a Hands-On, Team-Based, First Year Projects Course On Student Retention
Session: 3553

Best Paper, PIC IV
Presented to:
Mary Anderson-Rowl, James Adams, Meena Nimmagadda, Michael Wagner, Milica Milovancevic, Anjali Gupta, Sandhya Pillalamarri and Sasha Pasulka - Arizona State University
For: Techgirl: A Website for Middle-School Girls Interested in Science and Technology
Session: 1692

Best Paper, PIC V
Presented to:
Brian Thorndyke - University of Florida
Matt Ohland - University of Clemson
Tim Anderson - University of Florida
Guili Zhang - University of Florida
Rufus Carter - University of Florida
For: Demographic Factors and Academic Performance: How Do Chemical Engineering Students Compare With Others?
Session: 2793

Best Conference Paper
Presented to:
Daniel Knight, Lawrence Carlson and Jacquelyn Sullivan - University of Colorado, Boulder
For: Staying In Engineering: Effects of a Hands-On, Team-Based, First Year Projects Course On Student Retention
Session: 3553

For papers that were presented at the 2002 ASEE Annual Conference

Best Paper, PIC I
Presented to:
James Pocock and Peter Ridilla
Title: Project-Based Construction Education
Session: 1421

Best Paper, PIC II
Presented to:
John Paul Giolma and Kevin Nickels
Title: Herding Cats: A Case Study Of A Capstone Design Course
Session: 2425

Best Paper, PIC III
Presented to:
Ingvar Gustavsson
Title: A Remote Laboratory for Electrical Experiments
Session: 2359

Best Paper, PIC V
Presented to:
Malgorzata Zywno
Title: Instructional Technology, Learning Styles and Academic Achievement
Session: 2422

Best Conference Paper (two-way tie)
Presented to:
James Pocock and Peter Ridilla
Title: Project-Based Construction Education
Session: 1421

and

Presented to:
Malgorzata Zywno
Title: Instructional Technology, Learning Styles and Academic Achievement
Session: 2422

For papers that were presented at the 2001 ASEE Annual Conference

Best Paper, PIC I
Presented to:
Larry Cartwright - Carnegie Mellon
Title: Humorous Engineering 101
Session: 2081

Best Paper, PIC II
Presented to:
James Globig - University of Dayton
Title: Applying a Global Ethic in Engineering Organizations
Session: 2547

Best Paper, PIC III
Presented to:
Kevin Dahm and James Newell - Rowan University
Title: Baseball Stadium Design: Teaching Engineering Economics and Technical Communication in a Multi-Disciplinary Setting
Session: 1339

Best Paper, PIC IV
Presented to:
Honora Ford Nerz and Suzanne T. Weiner - North Carolina State University
Title: Information Competencies: A Strategic Approach
Session: 2241

Best Paper, PIC V
Presented to:
Mohammed Enamul Haque - Texas A&M University
Title: Web Based Visualization Techniques for Structural Design Education
Session: 2793

Best Conference Paper
Presented to:
Honora Ford Nerz and Suzanne T. Weiner - North Carolina State University
Title: Information Competencies: A Strategic Approach
Session: 2241

For papers that were presented at the 2000 ASEE Annual Conference

Best Paper, PIC I
Presented to:
Adjo Amekudzi - Georgia Institute of Technology
Pannapa Herabat - Asian Institute of Technology
Kristen L. Sandord Bernhardt - University of Missouri-Columbia
Sue McNeil - University of Minnesota
Title: Educating Students to Manage Civil Infrastructure Systems
Session: 2315

Best Paper, PIC II
Presented to:
Nathaniel W. Stott, William W. Schultz, Diann Brei, Deanna M. Winton Hoffman and Greg Markus - University of Michigan
Title: ProCEED: A Program for Civic Engagement in Engineering Design
Session: 2525

Best Paper, PIC III
Presented to:
Christopher Richard, Allison M. Okamura and Mark R. Cutkosky - Center for Design Research, Stanford University
Title: Feeling is Believing: Using a Force-Feedback Joystick to Teach Dynamic Systems
Session: 3668

Best Paper, PIC IV
Presented to:
Jeffery M. Saul, Duane L. Deardorff, David S. Abbot, Rhett J.Allain and Robert J. Beichner - North Carolina State University
Title: Evaluating Introductory Physics Classes in Light of the ABET Criteria: An Example from the SCALE-UP Project
Session: 2380

Best Paper, PIC V
Presented to:
Karen Al-Ashkar - University of Wisconsin-Madison
Title: Support for Distance Learning Programs: Is Technology Really Enough?
Session: 1322

Best Conference Paper
Presented to:
Francois Michaud, Andre Clavet, Gerard Lachiver and Mario Lucas - Universite de Sherbrooke (Quebec, Canada)
Title: Designing Toy Robots to Help Autistic Children: An Open Design Project for Electrical and Computer Engineering Education
Session: 2220

For papers that were presented at the 1999 ASEE Annual Conference

Best Paper, PIC I
Presented to:
John Schemmel - University of Arkansas
Paper: Reinforce Design and Construciton Issues with a Comprehensive Laboratory Project
Session: 2315

Best Paper, PIC II
Presented to:
Melissa S. Tooley and Kevin D. Hall - University of Arkansas
Paper: Using a Capstone Design Course to Facilitate ABET 2000 Program Outcomes
Session: 1625

Best Paper, PIC III
Presented to:
Craig W. Somerton, Laura J. Genik, Diana Beavers and Todd Jammer- Michigan State University/University of Portland
Paper: A Nusselt Number Correlation Classification System
Session: 3233

Best Paper, PIC IV
Presented to:
Deborah B. Kaufman, Richard M. Felder and Hugh Fuller - North Carolina State University
Paper: Peer Ratings in Cooperative Learning Teams
Session: 1430

Best Paper Overall
Presented to:
James N. Peterson and Herbert L. Hess - University of Idaho
Paper: Feasability, Design and Construction of a Small Hydroelectric Power Generation System as a Student Design Project
Session: 2633

For papers that were presented at the 1998 ASEE Annual Conference

Best Paper, PIC I
Presented to:
Michael S. Leonard - Clemson University
Donald E. Beasley - Clemson University
Katherine E. Scales - Clemson University
D. Jack Elzinga - University of Florida
Paper: Planning for Curriculum Renewal and Accreditation under ABET Engineering Criteria 2000
Session: 3257

Best Paper, PIC II
Presented to:
Lucy Morse - University of Central Florida
Paper: Using Interactive Strategies in Distance Learning
Session: 3147

Best Paper, PIC III
Presented to:
Chris Rogers, Martha Cyr, John McDonald and Todd Nocera - Tufts University
Paper: The Design and Performance of Musical Instruments
Session: 3553

Best Paper, PIC IV
Presented to:
Gulcin Cribb - University of Queensland
Paper: Information Skills Training for Engineers
Session: 1441

Best Paper, PIC V
Presented to:
Arnold F. Johnson - University of North Dakota
Paper: Capstone Design via Distance Education: A Design Partnership Including Industry and Higher Education
Session: 2522

Best Paper Overall
Presented to:
Ann McKenna and Alice Agogino - University of California
Paper: Integrating Design, Analysis, and Problem Solving in an Introduction to Engineering Curriculum for High School Students
Session: 1280


For papers that were presented at the 2013 ASEE Annual Conference

Best Zone Paper
Presented to:
Jane L. Lehr, Helene Finger, and Beverley Kwang – California Polytechnic State University
Paper: “When, Why, How, Who – Lessons from First-Year Female Engineering Students to Cal Poly for Efforts to Increase Recruitment”

Best Paper- PIC I
Presented to:
Gayle Ermer – Calvin College
Paper: “The Four Pillars of Manufacturing as a Tool for Evaluating Course Content in the Mechanical Concentration of a General Engineering”

Best Paper- PIC II
Presented to:
Darshita Shah, Jennifer French, Janet Rankin, and Lori Breslow – Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Paper: “Using Video to Tie Engineering Themes to Foundational Concepts”

Best Paper- PIC III
Presented to:
Aimee Brasch – University of Idaho, Moscow
Anne Kern and Jillian Cadwell – University of Idaho
Laura Laumatia and Fritz Fielder – University of Idaho, Moscow
Paper: “How Land Use Change, Changed Culture”

Best Paper- PIC IV
Presented to:
Lorelle Meadows and Denise Sekaquaptewa – University of Michigan
Paper: “The Influence of Gender Stereotypes on role Adoption in Student Teams”

Best Paper- PIC V
Presented to:
Rachelle Reisberg and Joseph A. Raelin – Northeastern University
Margaret B. Bailey – Rochester Institute of Technology
David L. Whitman and Jerry Carl Hamann – University of Wyoming
Leslie K. Pendleton – Virginia Tech
Paper: “The Effect of Cooperative Education and Contextual Support on the Retention of Undergraduate Engineering Students”

Best Conference Paper
Presented to:
Darshita Shah, Jennifer French, Janet Rankin, and Lori Breslow – Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Paper: “Using Video to Tie Engineering Themes to Foundational Concepts”

For papers that were presented at the 2012 ASEE Annual Conference

Best Zone Paper
Presented to:
William C. Farrow – Milwaukee School of Engineering
Paper: “Project Cam-A-Rok, Engaging Mechanical Engineering Freshman”
Session: M621

Best Paper- PIC I
Presented to:
Ted Eschenbach – University of Alaska Anchorage
Neal A. Lewis and Yiran Zhang – University of Bridgeport
Paper: “When to Start Collecting Social Security: Designing a Case Study”
Session: M630

Best Paper- PIC II
Presented to:
Tiffany Fisher, Wanda L. Worley, and Eugenia Fernandez – Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis
Paper: “Using Web 2.0 and Social Networking Technologies in the Classroom: A Comparison of Faculty and Student Perceptions”
Session: W536A

Best Paper- PIC III
Presented to:
Teodora Rutar Shuman and Gregory Mason – Seattle University
Paper: “Novel Approach to Conducting Labs in an Introduction to Thermodynamics Course”
Session: T1226

Best Paper- PIC IV
Presented to:
Michael Fosmire and David F. Radcliffe – Purdue University, West Lafayette
Paper: “Knowledge-enabled Engineering Design: Toward an Integrated Model’’’
Session: T633

Best Paper- PIC V
Presented to:
Rachelle Reisberg and Joseph A. Raelin – Northeastern University
Margaret B. Bailey – Rochester Institute of Technology
David L. Whitman and Jerry Carl Hamann – University of Wyoming
Leslie K. Pendleton – Virginia Tech
Paper: “The Effect of Cooperative Education on the Self-Efficacy of Students in Undergraduate Engineering”
Session: W419

Best Conference Paper
Presented to:
Rachelle Reisberg and Joseph A. Raelin – Northeastern University
Margaret B. Bailey – Rochester Institute of Technology
David L. Whitman and Jerry Carl Hamann – University of Wyoming
Leslie K. Pendleton – Virginia Tech
Paper: “The Effect of Cooperative Education on the Self-Efficacy of Students in Undergraduate Engineering”
Session: W419

For papers that were presented at the 2011 ASEE Annual Conference

Best Zone Paper
Presented to:
Rebecca Bates – Minnesota State University, Mankato
Andrew Petersen – University of Toronto, Mississauga
Paper: “Implementing Social Learning Strategies: Team Testing”
Session: M620

Best Paper- PIC I
Presented to:
Stephen Turns and Peggy Van Meter - Pennsylvania State University, University Park
Paper: “Applying Knowledge from Educational Psychology and Cognitive Science to a First Course in Thermodynamics”
Session: M449A

Best Paper- PIC II
Presented to:
Betsy Palmer – Montana State University
Patrick Terenzini – Pennsylvania State University, University Park
Ann McKenna – Arizona State University, Polytechnic Campus
Betty Harper – Pennsylvania State University, University Park
Dan Merson – Pennsylvania State University, University Park
Paper: “Design in Context: Where Do the Engineers of 2020 Learn This Skill?”
Session: T421

Best Paper- PIC III
Presented to:
Susan Freeman, Richard Whalen, Beverly Jaeger and Stanley Forman - Northeastern University
Paper: “Service-Learning vs. Learning Service in First-Year Engineering: If We Cannot Conduct First-Hand Service Projects, is it Still of Value?”
Session: T438

Best Paper- PIC IV
Presented to:
Michael Prince, Margot Vigeant and Katharyn Nottis - Bucknell University
Paper: “The Use of Inquiry-Based Activities to Repair Student Misconceptions Related to Heat, Energy and Temperature’’
Session: M422A

Best Paper- PIC V
Presented to:
Gale Spak – New Jersey Institute of Technology
Peter Schmitt – Schmitt & Associates
Cesar Bandera – Cell Podium
Paper: “m-Outreach for Engineering Continuing Education: A Model for University-Company Collaboration”
Session: T304B

Best Conference Paper
Presented to:
Betsy Palmer – Montana State University
Patrick Terenzini – Pennsylvania State University, University Park
Ann McKenna – Arizona State University, Polytechnic Campus
Betty Harper – Pennsylvania State University, University Park
Dan Merson – Pennsylvania State University, University Park
Paper: “Design in Context: Where Do the Engineers of 2020 Learn This Skill?”
Session: T421

For papers that were presented at the 2010 ASEE Annual Conference

Best Zone Paper
Presented to:
Augusto Macalalag, Debra Brockway, Mercedes McKay, and Elisabeth McGrath – Stevens Institute of Technology
Paper: “Partnership to Improve Student Achievement in Engineering and Science Education: Lessons Learned In Year One”
Session: 1596

Best Paper, PIC I
Presented to:
Stephen Ressler, United States Military Academy
Paper: “Assessing the Standards for Assessment: Is it Time to Update Criterion 3?”
Session: 1615

Best Paper, PIC II
Presented to:
Nicole Genco - University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth
Katja Holtta-Otto - University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth
Carolyn Conner Seepersad - University of Texas, Austin
Paper: “An Experimental Investigation of the Innovation Capabilities of Engineering Students”
Session: 2225

Best Paper, PIC III
Presented to:
Beverly Jaeger, Susan Freeman, Richard Whalen, and Rebecca Payne – Northeastern University
Paper: “Successful Students: Smart or Tough?”
Session: 1553

Best Paper, PIC IV
Presented to:
Nancy Warter-Perez, Jianyu Dong, Eun-Young Kang, Huiping Guo, Mauricio Castillo, Alexander Abramyan, and Keith Moo-Young – California State University, Los Angeles
Paper: “Strengthening the K-20 Engineering Pipeline for Underrepresented Minorities”
Session: 2269

Best Paper, PIC V
Presented to:
Donald Visco - Tennessee Technological University
Dirk Schaefer - Georgia Institute of Technology
Tristan Utschig - Georgia Institute of Technology
J. P. Mohsen - University of Louisville
Norman Fortenberry - American Society for Engineering Education (formerly at National Academy of Engineering)
Michael Prince - Bucknell University
Cynthia Finelli - University of Michigan
Paper: “Preparing for Participation in SPEED: An ASEE Initiative for a Nationally Recognized Development Program for Engineering Educators”
Session: 1422

Best Conference Paper
Presented to:
Beverly Jaeger, Susan Freeman, Richard Whalen, and Rebecca Payne – Northeastern University
Paper: “Successful Students: Smart or Tough?”
Session: 1553

For papers that were presented at the 2009 ASEE Annual Conference

Best Zone Paper
Presented to:
James Hanson and Patrick Brophy – Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
Paper: “Preliminary Results from Teaching Students How to Evaluate the Reasonableness of Results”
Session: AC-2009-2540

Best Paper, PIC I
Presented to:
Dianne Pawluk - Virginia Commonwealth University
Curtis Taylor – University of Florida
Marcia Hoffman – Virginia Commonwealth University
Maria McClintock – Virginia Commonwealth University
Paper: “Development of a Nanoscale Virtual Environment Haptic Interface for Teaching Nanotechnology to Individuals Who are Visually Impaired”
Session: AC-2009-1218

Best Paper, PIC II
Presented to:
Angela Bielefeldt – University of Colorado, Boulder
Kurt Paterson – Michigan Technological University
Chris Swan – Tufts University
Paper: “Measuring the Impacts of Project-based Service Learning”
Session: AC-2009-1972

Best Paper, PIC III
Presented to:
Erin Cech and Tom Waidzunas – University of California-San Diego
Paper: “Engineers Who Happen to be Gay: Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Students’ Experiences in Engineering”
Session: AC-2009-1862

Best Paper, PIC IV
Presented to:
Donna Llewellyn, Marion Usselman, and Richard Millman – Georgia Institute of Technology
Paper: “Designing Effective Educational Initiatives fro Grant Proposals”
Session: AC-2009-545

Best Paper, PIC V
Presented to:
Eugene Rutz and Timothy Keener – University of Cincinnati
Paper: “Master of Engineering Program as a Mechanism to Provide Relevant Graduate Education to Working Professionals”
Session: AC-2009-265

Best Conference Paper
Presented to:
Angela Bielefeldt – University of Colorado, Boulder
Kurt Paterson – Michigan Technological University
Chris Swan – Tufts University
Paper: “Measuring the Impacts of Project-based Service Learning”
Session: AC-2009-1972

For papers that were presented at the 2008 ASEE Annual Conference

Best Zone Paper
Presented to:
TBA

Best Paper- PIC I
Presented to:
Robert Nieweoehner, Craig Steidle, and Eric Johnson – U.S. Naval Academy
Paper: “The Loss of the Space Shuttle Columbia: Portaging the Leadership”
Session: 539

Best Paper- PIC II
Presented to:
Steven Zemke and Diane Zemke – Gonzaga University
Paper: “Structuring Team Learning Tasks to Increase Student Engagement”
Session: 317

Best Paper- PIC III
Presented to:
Arlisa Labrie Richardson - Arizona State University
Paper: “Tinkering Interactions on Freshman Engineering Design Teams”
Session: 654

Best Paper- PIC IV
Presented to:
Ashley Ater Kranov, Carl Hauser, Robert Olson, and Laura Girardeau – Washington State University
Paper: “A Direct Method for Teaching and Assessing Professional Skills”
Session: 2384

Best Paper- PIC V
Presented to:
Eugene Rutz and Chris Collins – University of Cincinnati
Mani Mina – Iowa State University
Paper: A Guided Tour of the Future of Education”
Session: 926

Best Conference Paper
Presented to:
Ashley Ater Kranov, Carl Hauser, Robert Olson, and Laura Girardeau – Washington State University
Paper: “A Direct Method for Teaching and Assessing Professional Skills”
Session: 2384

For papers that were presented at the 2007 ASEE Annual Conference

Best Zone Paper
Presented to:
Doug Tougaw and Michael McCuddy - Valparaiso University
Paper: “Implementing a New Approach to Teaching the Ethics of Emerging Technology”
Session: 3128

Best Paper, PIC I
Presented to:
Mark Evans, Decker Hains and Stephen Ressler - U. S. Military Academy
Paper: “Teaching the BOK – Challenges for Faculty and Programs”
Session: 2036

Best Paper, PIC II
Presented to:
Claude Kansaku - Oregon Institute of Technology
Linda Kehr - Klamath County School District
Catherine Lanier - Oregon NASA Space Grant Consortium
Paper: “Stem-Related K-12 Outreach Through High-Altitude Balloon Program Collaborations”
Session: 919

Best Paper, PIC III
Presented to:
Janet Meyer - Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis
Nancy Lamm - Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis
Joshua Smith - Lafayette College
Paper: “Retaining Freshman Engineering Students Through Participation in a First-Year Learning Community: What Works and What Doesn’t”
Session: 2476

Best Paper, PIC IV
Presented to:
Jeanne Hubelbank - WPI Evaluation Consulting
Chrysanthe Demetry - Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Shelley Errington Nicholson - Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Stephanie Blaisdell - Independent Consultant
Paula Quinn - Independent Consultant
Elissa Rosenthal - Marketing Research Consultant
Suzanne Sontgerath - Independent Consultant
Paper: “Long-Term Effects of a Middle School Engineering Outreach Program for Girls: A Controlled Study”
Session: 1106

Best Paper, PIC V
Presented to:
James Plemmons and Ray Jones - The Citadel
Paper: “Addressing the Career Development Needs of Experienced Project Professionals”
Session: 1283

Best Conference Paper
Presented to:
Claude Kansaku - Oregon Institute of Technology
Linda Kehr - Klamath County School District
Catherine Lanier - Oregon NASA Space Grant Consortium
Paper: “Stem-Related K-12 Outreach Through High-Altitude Balloon Program Collaborations”
Session: 919

For papers that were presented at the 2006 ASEE Annual Conference

Best Zone Paper
Presented to:
Ross McCurdy - Ponaganset High School
Paper: “Establishing Hydrogen Fuel Cell Education in the High School”
Session: 1596

Best Paper, PIC I
Presented to:
Thomas Liu, Christopher Deline, Rafael Ramos, Steven Sandoval, Ashley Smetana, Brian Gilchrist, Peter Washabaugh and Nilton Renno- University of Michigan
Paper: “The Student Space Systems Fabrication Laboratory: An Approach to Space Systems Engineering Education”
Session: 2202

Best Paper, PIC II
Presented to:
Michael Butkus and William Epolito - U.S. Military Academy
Paper: “Development of an Environmental Biological Processes Course in an Undergraduate Environmental Engineering Curriculum”
Session: 1451

Best Paper, PIC III
Presented to:
Ruiqing Jia - China University of Mining and Technology
Shanjun Xu - China University of Mining and Technology
Songyun Gao - China University of Mining and Technology
EL-Sayed Aziz - Stevens Institute of Technology
Sven Esche - Stevens Institute of Technology
Constantin Chassapis - Stevens Institute of Technology
Paper: “A Virtual Laboratory on Fluid Mechanics”
Session: 1559

Best Paper, PIC IV
Presented to:
Tammy VanDeGrift - University of Portland
Sheryl Burgstahler - University of Washington
Richard Ladner - University of Washington
Annemarie Poginy - University of Portland
Paper: “The Game of Life Workshop – Reaching Out to High School Students with Disabilities”
Session: 1167

Best Paper, PIC V
Presented to:
John Robertson - Arizona State University
Joseph Tidwell - Boeing Co.
Paper: “Content Enrichment – Exploiting the Cycle from Academia to Industry to Academia”
Session: 2222

Best Conference Paper
Presented to:
Michael Butkus - U.S. Military Academy
William Epolito - U.S. Military Academy
Paper: “Development of an Environmental Biological Processes Course in an Undergraduate Environmental Engineering Curriculum”
Session: 1451

For papers that were presented at the 2005 ASEE Annual Conference

Best Zone Paper
Presented to:
Janet deGrazia, John L. Falconer and Al Weimer - University of Colorado
For: "The Use of Clickers in Engineering Classrooms"
Session: 1603

Best Paper, PIC I
Presented to:
Sheng-Jen Hsieh and Hye Jeong Kim - Texas A&M University
For: "Web-Based Problem Solving Environment for Line Balancing Automated Manufacturing Systems"
Session: 3663

Best Paper, PIC II
Presented to:
Donald Richter - Eastern Washington University
William Loendorf - Eastern Washington University
Keith Turpin - The Boeing Company
For: "Creation of a Cost Effective Intercollegiate Design
Contest: "The Human Powered Paper Vehicle Contest"
Session: 3147

Best Paper, PIC III
Presented to:
Kenneth P. Brannan - The Citadel
Phillip C. Wankat - Purdue University
For: "Survey of First Year Programs"
Session: 1353

Best Paper, PIC IV
Presented to:
Presented to: Harriet Hartman - Rowan University
Moshe Hartman - Ben-Gurion University
For: "Leaving Engineering: Gender Differences"
Session: 2592

Best Paper, PIC V
Presented to:
Andrew L. Gerhart - Lawrence Technological University
For: "K-12 Summer Engineering Outreach Program - Curriculum Comparisons Between Ages, Minorities and Genders"
Session: 1793

Best Conference Paper
Presented to:
Kenneth P. Brannan - The Citadel
Phillip C. Wankat - Purdue University
For: "Survey of First Year Programs"
Session: 1353

For papers that were presented at the 2004 ASEE Annual Conference

Best Zone Paper
Presented to:
Eric Matson and Scott DeLoach - Kansas State University
For: “Using Robots to Increase Interest of Technical Disciplines in Rural and Under Served Schools”

Best Paper, PIC I
Presented to:
Thomas M. Adams - Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
For: “An Undergraduate MEMS Course for Everyone”
Session: 3566

Best Paper, PIC II
Presented to:
James J. Houdeshell and Gilah Pomeranz - Sinclair Community College
For: "Preliminary Results From a NSF-ATE Funded Distributed Hybrid Instructional Delivery Project”
Session: 1648

Best Paper, PIC III
Presented to:
Jean Hertzberg - University of Colorado-Boulder
For: “A Course in Flow Visualization: The Art and Physics of Fluid Flow”
Session: 2480

Best Paper, PIC IV
Presented to:
Steven Zemke - University of Idaho, Moscow
Jennifer Beller - Washington State University
Donald Elger - University of Idaho, Moscow
For: “Tailoring Cooperative Learning Events for Engineering Classes”
Session: 2131

Best Paper, PIC V
Presented to:
Clifton Johnston and Daryl Caswell- University of Calgary
For: “Fundamentals of a First-Year Engineering Design and Communication Course: Familiarization, Functionality and Testing”
Session: 1793

Best Conference Paper
Presented to:
Steven Zemke - University of Idaho, Moscow Jennifer Beller - Washington State University Donald Elger - University of Idaho, Moscow
For: “Tailoring Cooperative Learning Events for Engineering Classes”
Session: 2131

For papers that were presented at the 2003 ASEE Annual Conference

Best Zone Paper
Presented to:
J. Ledlie Klosky and Reid Vander Schaaf - United States Military Academy
For: "Show Me The Money!" Using Physical Models to Excite Student Interest In Mechanics
Session: 1601

Best Paper, PIC I
Presented to:
Jed Lyons and John Brader - University of South Carolina
For: GK-12 Enhances Teaching Skills of Graduate Students
Session: 2566

Best Paper, PIC II
Presented to:
Abi Aghayere - Rochester Institute of Technology
Wiley McKinzie - Rochester Institute of Technology
Warren Hill - Weber State University
David Dvorak - University of Maine
Dale Palmgren - Arizona State University-East
Anthony Brizendine - The University of North Carolina at Charlotte
For: Tje Scholarship Horizons In Engineering Technology: Choosing The Best Path
Session: 3647

Best Paper, PIC III
Presented to:
Daniel Knight, Lawrence Carlson and Jacquelyn Sullivan- University of Colorado, Boulder
For: Staying In Engineering: Effects of a Hands-On, Team-Based, First Year Projects Course On Student Retention
Session: 3553

Best Paper, PIC IV
Presented to:
Mary Anderson-Rowl, James Adams, Meena Nimmagadda, Michael Wagner, Milica Milovancevic, Anjali Gupta, Sandhya Pillalamarri and Sasha Pasulka - Arizona State University
For: Techgirl: A Website for Middle-School Girls Interested in Science and Technology
Session: 1692

Best Paper, PIC V
Presented to:
Brian Thorndyke - University of Florida
Matt Ohland - University of Clemson
Tim Anderson - University of Florida
Guili Zhang - University of Florida
Rufus Carter - University of Florida
For: Demographic Factors and Academic Performance: How Do Chemical Engineering Students Compare With Others?
Session: 2793

Best Conference Paper
Presented to:
Daniel Knight, Lawrence Carlson and Jacquelyn Sullivan - University of Colorado, Boulder
For: Staying In Engineering: Effects of a Hands-On, Team-Based, First Year Projects Course On Student Retention
Session: 3553

For papers that were presented at the 2002 ASEE Annual Conference

Best Paper, PIC I
Presented to:
James Pocock and Peter Ridilla
Title: Project-Based Construction Education
Session: 1421

Best Paper, PIC II
Presented to:
John Paul Giolma and Kevin Nickels
Title: Herding Cats: A Case Study Of A Capstone Design Course
Session: 2425

Best Paper, PIC III
Presented to:
Ingvar Gustavsson
Title: A Remote Laboratory for Electrical Experiments
Session: 2359

Best Paper, PIC V
Presented to:
Malgorzata Zywno
Title: Instructional Technology, Learning Styles and Academic Achievement
Session: 2422

Best Conference Paper (two-way tie)
Presented to:
James Pocock and Peter Ridilla
Title: Project-Based Construction Education
Session: 1421

and

Presented to:
Malgorzata Zywno
Title: Instructional Technology, Learning Styles and Academic Achievement
Session: 2422

For papers that were presented at the 2001 ASEE Annual Conference

Best Paper, PIC I
Presented to:
Larry Cartwright - Carnegie Mellon
Title: Humorous Engineering 101
Session: 2081

Best Paper, PIC II
Presented to:
James Globig - University of Dayton
Title: Applying a Global Ethic in Engineering Organizations
Session: 2547

Best Paper, PIC III
Presented to:
Kevin Dahm and James Newell - Rowan University
Title: Baseball Stadium Design: Teaching Engineering Economics and Technical Communication in a Multi-Disciplinary Setting
Session: 1339

Best Paper, PIC IV
Presented to:
Honora Ford Nerz and Suzanne T. Weiner - North Carolina State University
Title: Information Competencies: A Strategic Approach
Session: 2241

Best Paper, PIC V
Presented to:
Mohammed Enamul Haque - Texas A&M University
Title: Web Based Visualization Techniques for Structural Design Education
Session: 2793

Best Conference Paper
Presented to:
Honora Ford Nerz and Suzanne T. Weiner - North Carolina State University
Title: Information Competencies: A Strategic Approach
Session: 2241

For papers that were presented at the 2000 ASEE Annual Conference

Best Paper, PIC I
Presented to:
Adjo Amekudzi - Georgia Institute of Technology
Pannapa Herabat - Asian Institute of Technology
Kristen L. Sandord Bernhardt - University of Missouri-Columbia
Sue McNeil - University of Minnesota
Title: Educating Students to Manage Civil Infrastructure Systems
Session: 2315

Best Paper, PIC II
Presented to:
Nathaniel W. Stott, William W. Schultz, Diann Brei, Deanna M. Winton Hoffman and Greg Markus - University of Michigan
Title: ProCEED: A Program for Civic Engagement in Engineering Design
Session: 2525

Best Paper, PIC III
Presented to:
Christopher Richard, Allison M. Okamura and Mark R. Cutkosky - Center for Design Research, Stanford University
Title: Feeling is Believing: Using a Force-Feedback Joystick to Teach Dynamic Systems
Session: 3668

Best Paper, PIC IV
Presented to:
Jeffery M. Saul, Duane L. Deardorff, David S. Abbot, Rhett J.Allain and Robert J. Beichner - North Carolina State University
Title: Evaluating Introductory Physics Classes in Light of the ABET Criteria: An Example from the SCALE-UP Project
Session: 2380

Best Paper, PIC V
Presented to:
Karen Al-Ashkar - University of Wisconsin-Madison
Title: Support for Distance Learning Programs: Is Technology Really Enough?
Session: 1322

Best Conference Paper
Presented to:
Francois Michaud, Andre Clavet, Gerard Lachiver and Mario Lucas - Universite de Sherbrooke (Quebec, Canada)
Title: Designing Toy Robots to Help Autistic Children: An Open Design Project for Electrical and Computer Engineering Education
Session: 2220

For papers that were presented at the 1999 ASEE Annual Conference

Best Paper, PIC I
Presented to:
John Schemmel - University of Arkansas
Paper: Reinforce Design and Construciton Issues with a Comprehensive Laboratory Project
Session: 2315

Best Paper, PIC II
Presented to:
Melissa S. Tooley and Kevin D. Hall - University of Arkansas
Paper: Using a Capstone Design Course to Facilitate ABET 2000 Program Outcomes
Session: 1625

Best Paper, PIC III
Presented to:
Craig W. Somerton, Laura J. Genik, Diana Beavers and Todd Jammer- Michigan State University/University of Portland
Paper: A Nusselt Number Correlation Classification System
Session: 3233

Best Paper, PIC IV
Presented to:
Deborah B. Kaufman, Richard M. Felder and Hugh Fuller - North Carolina State University
Paper: Peer Ratings in Cooperative Learning Teams
Session: 1430

Best Paper Overall
Presented to:
James N. Peterson and Herbert L. Hess - University of Idaho
Paper: Feasability, Design and Construction of a Small Hydroelectric Power Generation System as a Student Design Project
Session: 2633

For papers that were presented at the 1998 ASEE Annual Conference

Best Paper, PIC I
Presented to:
Michael S. Leonard - Clemson University
Donald E. Beasley - Clemson University
Katherine E. Scales - Clemson University
D. Jack Elzinga - University of Florida
Paper: Planning for Curriculum Renewal and Accreditation under ABET Engineering Criteria 2000
Session: 3257

Best Paper, PIC II
Presented to:
Lucy Morse - University of Central Florida
Paper: Using Interactive Strategies in Distance Learning
Session: 3147

Best Paper, PIC III
Presented to:
Chris Rogers, Martha Cyr, John McDonald and Todd Nocera - Tufts University
Paper: The Design and Performance of Musical Instruments
Session: 3553

Best Paper, PIC IV
Presented to:
Gulcin Cribb - University of Queensland
Paper: Information Skills Training for Engineers
Session: 1441

Best Paper, PIC V
Presented to:
Arnold F. Johnson - University of North Dakota
Paper: Capstone Design via Distance Education: A Design Partnership Including Industry and Higher Education
Session: 2522

Best Paper Overall
Presented to:
Ann McKenna and Alice Agogino - University of California
Paper: Integrating Design, Analysis, and Problem Solving in an Introduction to Engineering Curriculum for High School Students
Session: 1280