PRISM is ASEE's monthly award winning flagship publication and is the most popular magazine that covers engineering education in the United States.
ASEE publishes the leading data on engineering colleges in the United States including both individual college statistics and national trends. This data is published annually in the Profiles of Engineering Colleges book sent to all ASEE deans and available online.
The Journal of Engineering Education is a peer-reviewed international journal dedicated to scholarly research in engineering education.
The mission of Advances of Engineering Education is to disseminate significant, proven innovations in engineering education practice, especially those that are best presented through the creative use of multimedia.
eGFI: Engineering, Go For It is designed to attract middle-school and high-school students and their parents and teachers to the wide world of engineering and technology. Engineering, Go For It opens up new worlds of opportunities for students to consider as they make the decisions that will determine their future.
ASEE announces new eGFI brand platform - Creative Education Publication, Web Site and E-newsletter to Inspire America’s Engineers of Tomorrow. Highlighting the eGFI brand platform is the publication of the 5th edition of eGFI - Engineering, Go For It. eGFI is the colorful, inspiring magazine designed to attract middle-school and high-school students, particularly minorities and young women, and their parents, teachers and counselors to the exciting world of engineering and technology. Published bi-annually, eGFI has reached over 2 million K-12 readers since its inception in 2003.
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Five of ASEE’s divisions publish their own peer-reviewed journals as a way to exchange ideas in their specific area of concern. These journals cover: chemical engineering education, computers in education, engineering design graphics, engineering technology, industrial engineering design, the engineering economist, and selective engineering literature.