Reports
ASEE does not have electronic versions of all of the reports listed below, but hopes to assemble them.

  • Innovation With Impact - Full Report (Released in 2012)
  • Creating a Culture for Scholarly and Systematic Innovation in Engineering Education  (Released in 2009)
  • Assessment White Paper
    A Framework for the Assessment of Engineering Education (Released in 1996)
  • Green Report Preface
  • Green Report
    Engineering Education for a Changing World (Released in 1994)
  • Goals of Engineering Education (scanned in two parts) - Part 1 and Part 2
    (Released in 1968)
  • Grinter Report
    Summary of the Report on Evaluation of Engineering Education (Released in 1955)

    Engineering Education After the War. Emphasized liberal arts and graduate work and helped shape the nation's postwar engineering curricula. (Released in 1944)

    The Hammond Report. Considered sequences of science-tech and humantities courses, stressing the need for more scinetific fundamentals in engineering training. (Released in 1940)

    The Wickenden Study. Examined humanities, accreditation, and curriculum and inspired SPEE-sponsored faculty summer schools. (Released in 1923)

    The Mann Report. The first evaluation of U.S. engineering education, focusing on common curricula and values. (Released in 1918)