The ASEE Board of Directors established the ASEE Corporate Member Council to convey to ASEE the ideas and views of corporations, government agencies, and non-profit organizations with an interest in engineering education and research.

Mission

The CMC's mission is to foster, encourage, and cultivate the dialogue between industry and engineering educators.

Strategic Goals

  • Diversity in engineering education
  • Enhancing the K-12 educational pipeline/future workforce
  • Reforming engineering education
  • Collaborating on engineering research and intellectual property
  • Liaison with engineering, technology, and the Society.

CHAIR, CORPORATE MEMBER COUNCIL

Howard Appleman Howard Appelman (2019)

Manufacturing Technology Integration (MTI)
Boeing Research & Technology (BR&T)
The Boeing Company
P.O. Box 516
St. Louis, MO 63166
Phone:(314) 234-1235
Fax:(314) 234-6253
                                       Email: howard.r.appelman@boeing.com

The CMC meetings for 2017-2018 year occur on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 2:00 pm EST (by teleconference). The council's members also meet at various ASEE events including the CIEC and the Annual Conference. Contact the Chair for specific details of upcoming meetings.

Special Interest Groups (SIG)

  • SIG for System Engineering – Alice Squires 
  • SIG for Alternative Credentials – Charles Hickman
 

Past SIGs

  • SIG for Collaboration in Engineering Education –Roger N. Olson 
  • SIG for Diversity Issues in Engineering Education –Letha Hammon
  • SIG for K-12 Educational Pipeline, Future Workforce –Richard Blais & Leslie Carson
  • SIG for ASEE Society and Corporate Member Integration –Pat Fox
  • SIG for International Engineering Education – Alan Jacobs & Lynn Brown

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The ASEE Board of Directors established the ASEE Corporate Member Council to convey to ASEE the ideas and views of corporations, government agencies, and non-profit organizations with an interest in engineering education and research.

Mission

The CMC's mission is to foster, encourage, and cultivate the dialogue between industry and engineering educators.

Strategic Goals

  • Diversity in engineering education
  • Enhancing the K-12 educational pipeline/future workforce
  • Reforming engineering education
  • Collaborating on engineering research and intellectual property
  • Liaison with engineering, technology, and the Society.

CHAIR, CORPORATE MEMBER COUNCIL

Howard Appleman Howard Appelman (2019)

Manufacturing Technology Integration (MTI)
Boeing Research & Technology (BR&T)
The Boeing Company
P.O. Box 516
St. Louis, MO 63166
Phone:(314) 234-1235
Fax:(314) 234-6253
                                       Email: howard.r.appelman@boeing.com

The CMC meetings for 2017-2018 year occur on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 2:00 pm EST (by teleconference). The council's members also meet at various ASEE events including the CIEC and the Annual Conference. Contact the Chair for specific details of upcoming meetings.

Special Interest Groups (SIG)

  • SIG for System Engineering – Alice Squires 
  • SIG for Alternative Credentials – Charles Hickman
 

Past SIGs

  • SIG for Collaboration in Engineering Education –Roger N. Olson 
  • SIG for Diversity Issues in Engineering Education –Letha Hammon
  • SIG for K-12 Educational Pipeline, Future Workforce –Richard Blais & Leslie Carson
  • SIG for ASEE Society and Corporate Member Integration –Pat Fox
  • SIG for International Engineering Education – Alan Jacobs & Lynn Brown

Corporate Member Council News

 

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