Mon. June 27, 2011 12:30 PM to 2:00 PM
East Building - Room 17, Vancouver International Conference Centre
This is session one of a two-session, ten-paper series investigating two year-to-four year engineering student transfer strategies, issues, best practices, and outcomes.
Dr. Melvin L. Roberts P.E.
Pilot Survey of Engineering and Engineering Technology Students in Two-Year and Four-Year Institutions
Michael T. Gibbons (American Society for Engineering Education), Elizabeth T. Cady (National Academy of Engineering), Catherine Didion (National Academy of Engineering), and Norman L. Fortenberry (National Academy of Engineering (Washington))
A.A.S. + 2 = Iowa State University Bachelors of Engineering Technology: A Iowa Grassroots Success Story of Developing a 2+2 for "Career Track" Students.
Julie A. Rursch (Iowa State University) and Douglas W. Jacobson (Iowa State University)
The Dismantling of the Engineering Education Pipeline
Erik N. Dunmire (College of Marin), Amelito G. Enriquez (Canada College), and Kate A. Disney (Mission College, Santa Clara)
Characteristics of Community College Transfer Students that Successfully Matriculate and Graduate in Engineering
Steven K. Mickelson (Iowa State University) and Marcia R. Laugerman (Iowa State University)
Engineering Transfer Students: Characteristics, Experiences, and Student Outcomes
Frankie Santos Laanan (Iowa State University), Dimitra Lynette Jackson (Iowa State University), and Diane T. Rover (Iowa State University)
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