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T148·Communication and Engineering Careers: Motivating Our StudentsTechnical Liberal Education/Engineering & Society Division
Tue. June 25, 2013 7:00 AM to 8:30 AM
Omni - Walnut, Omni CNN Center Hotel
As stipulated in ABET’s EC2000, and as has long been pointed out by industrial representatives, communication remains an essential skills for the successful career of all engineers. The papers in this session focus both on methods for embedding communication into the curriculum as students reach the point in their studies where they can benefit from such training, and for pedagogic strategies designed to enhance student engagement with this particular skill-set.
- Mr. Michael Alley
Embedding communication in an interdisciplinary project-based upper-level engineering design course
Mr. John C. Anderson (Northwestern University), Dr. David W. Gatchell (Northwestern University), Dr. Barbara Shwom (Northwestern University), Mrs. Stacy Benjamin (Segal Design Institute), and Mr. John Andrew Lake (Segal Design Institute, Northwestern University)
Implementing a Student-Suggested Course in Engineering Career Development
Dr. Julie E. Sharp (Vanderbilt University) and Dr. Christopher J Rowe (Vanderbilt University)
Insights into the Process of Building a Presentation Scoring System for Engineers
Dr. Tristan T. Utschig (Georgia Institute of Technology), Jeffrey S. Bryan (Affiliation unknown), and Dr. Judith Shaul Norback (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Engaging and Motivating Students in Engineering Communication with Competition and Prizes
Katherine Golder (British Columbia Institute of Technology), Ms. Deanna Gail Levis (British Columbia Institute of Technology), and Ms. Darlene B Webb (British Columbia Institute of Technology)
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