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ASEE Long Range Planning Committee meeting
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Meeting of ASCE Formal Engineering Education (FEE) Subcommittee
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This is a closed session (by invitation only) for deans and associate deans to learn about the I-Corps-L pilot program. While this session is exclusive for the audience listed above, conference attendees are encouraged to join the afternoon workshop (U406B I-Corps-L Afternoon Workshop) to learn more about the I-Corps-L pilot program.
I-Corps for Learning is a pilot initiative of the National Science Foundation and ASEE that seeks to foster an entrepreneurial mind-set among educators, enabling them to promote and gain broad acceptance of their innovative products and approaches.
Pia Wilson-Body is director, external relations, for Intel Corporation. In this role, she oversees Intel's strategic approach to the development of college relations and the global branding and marketing of Intel’s image as workplace of choice. A nine-year Intel veteran, Wilson-Body has held various leadership positions in human resources, workforce development, corporate affairs, education and diversity and inclusion. She has over 15 years of experience in similar positions in the automotive industry, where she held management positions in International Human Resources, workforce management, ... (continued)
Rhonda L Peters
Rhonda Peters is program and operations manager of external relations for Intel Corporation. In this role, she manages the overall strategic direction and tactical execution of the STAY WITH IT™ initiative. STAY WITH IT is an online community that delivers engaging content about engineering in the workplace, academic resources, internship information, and encouragement to engineering students so that they will stay enrolled in their engineering majors and graduate. In addition, Peters collaborates with internal stakeholders, external industry experts, and academic leaders on efforts to increase th ... (continued)
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This is a closed session for members of the nine I-Corps-L participating teams, teaching team, and evaluation team to exchange observations and challenges since the program’s end. While this session is exclusive for the audiences listed above, conference attendees are encouraged to join the afternoon workshop (U406B I-Corps-L Afternoon Workshop) to learn more about the I-Corps-L pilot program. An initiative of the National Science Foundation and ASEE, I-Corps-L seeks to foster an entrepreneurial mindset among educators, enabling them to promote and gain broad acceptance of their innovative products and approaches.
Dr. Karl A Smith
Karl A. Smith is Emeritus Professor of Civil Engineering, Morse-Alumni Distinguished Teaching Professor, executive co-director of the STEM Education Center, and director of graduate studies in infrastructure systems engineering at the Technological Leadership Institute, University of Minnesota. He is also Cooperative Learning Professor of Engineering Education, School of Engineering Education, at Purdue University. Karl has been actively involved in engineering education research and practice for over 40 years and has worked with thousands of faculty all over the world on pedagogies of engagement, ... (continued)
Dr. Chris Swan
Chris Swan is an associate professor in the Civil and Environmental Engineering department and currently serves as Associate Dean of Undergraduate Curriculum Development in the School of Engineering at Tufts University. He has additional appointments in the Department of Education, Jonathan M. Tisch College of Citizenship and Public Service, and the Center for Engineering Education and Outreach at Tufts. He has been an active member of the American Society for Engineering Education, having served at various officer posts for the Environmental Engineering Division (2003-7) and the Community Engageme ... (continued)
Dr. Ann F. McKenna
Ann F. McKenna is chair of the Department of Engineering in the College of Technology and Innovation at Arizona State University (ASU). Prior to joining ASU she served as a program officer at the National Science Foundation in the Division of Undergraduate Education, and was on the faculty in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Segal Design Institute at Northwestern University. Dr. McKenna’s research focuses on understanding the cognitive and social processes of design, design teaching and learning, the role of adaptive expertise in design and innovation, the impact and diffusion of educat ... (continued)
CPD Board Meeting
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For the past several years, the American Society for Engineering Education’s Corporate Member Council, reflecting the voice of industry, developed a series of attributes representing the desired competencies needed by engineers in order to effectively live and work in a global context. Using a framework for assessing global competence developed by MIT and the International Institute for the Development of Engineering Academics, this workshop will describe the process to develop attributes of a global engineer; present a summary of key findings; discuss how attribute outcomes can be assessed in engi ... (continued)
Dr. Stephen Hundley
Stephen Hundley is chair of the Department of Technology Leadership and Communication, associate professor of organizational leadership and supervision, and associate vice chancellor for strategic initiatives in the School of Engineering and Technology at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in leadership development, human resource management, and organizational research. Hundley holds a Ph.D. from American University and bachelor's and master's degrees from Virginia Commonwealth University.
Prof. Jennifer DeBoer
Jennifer DeBoer is a postdoctoral associate for educational research at MIT's Teaching and Learning Laboratory. She earned a Ph.D. in international education policy studies from Vanderbilt University, where her dissertation looked at the trajectory of engineering student formation and the ways in which engineering attainment and achievement are affected by school factors, parental and peer influences, infrastructure and physical resources, and the context in which educational tools are accessed. She is the current Global Student Forum international chair for the Student Platform for Engineering Education Development (SPEED).
Ms. Lynn G Brown
Lynn G. Brown is the corporate higher education and STEM international program manager for the
Boeing Company, developing corporate policy and working across company organizations to align higher education engagements and funding to various Boeing country strategies. She has served as chair of the ASEE Corporate Member Council's Special Interest Group for International Engineering Education. She holds a master's in curriculum and assessment from Northern Arizona University and pursued a Ph.D. in higher educational administration at the University of Texas at Austin.
Ticketed event: $20.00
The Information-Rich Engineering Design Model (Fosmire and Radcliffe), which received the 2012 PIC-IV Best Paper award, provides the foundational underpinning for the workshop. The model identifies information activities corresponding to each stage of the engineering design process. In the course of the workshop, attendees will play the role of designers, responding to scenarios and identifying where internal and external information can be obtained to better understand a problem, generate solutions, evaluate solutions, and embody the design. In particular, participants will learn how to determine ... (continued)
Mr. Jon N. Jeffryes
Jon Jeffryes is an engineering librarian at the University of Minnesota, where he is subject liaison to Biomedical, Civil, Industrial and Mechanical Engineering departments and manages the Libraries Standards Collection. Jon has a MA-LIS from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a B.A. in English from Grinnell College. His research interests are focused on the information needs of engineers and information literacy and teaching.
Mr. Michael Fosmire
Michael Fosmire is the head of the Physical Sciences, Engineering, and Technology Division and Professor of Library Science of the Purdue University Libraries. He has written extensively on the role of information in active-learning pedagogies and the integration of information literacy in science and technology curricula.
Prof. David F Radcliffe P.E.
David Radcliffe is the Kamyar Haghighi Head of the School of Engineering Education and the Epistemology Professor of Engineering Education at Purdue University. His teaching and research interests span design, sustainable systems, engineering education and professional development, innovative learning spaces, and knowledge management.
Prof. Amy S. Van Epps
Amy S. Van Epps is an associate professor of library science and engineering librarian at Purdue University, where she is subject librarian for engineering education, industrial engineering, and nuclear engineering in the College of Engineering, and computer graphics technology, computer and information technology, and technology leadership and innovation in the College of Technology. Amy has a B.A. in engineering science from Lafayette College, a MSLS from the Catholic University of America, and a M.Eng. (IE) from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. She has extensive experience providing instruction ... (continued)
Prof. Ruth Wertz P.E.
Ruth Wertz is a doctoral candidate in the School of Engineering Education at Purdue University. She holds a master of science degree in civil engineering from Purdue University and a bachelor of science degree in civil engineering from Trine University (formerly Tri-State University). Ms. Wertz is a licensed professional engineer in the state of Indiana with over six years of field experience and eight years of classroom teaching experience. Ms. Wertz’s research interests include teaching and learning engineering in online course formats, and the development of information literacy in engineering students.
Mr. Jay J. Bhatt
Jay Bhatt is the liaison librarian for engineering at Drexel University. He is responsible for building library collections in engineering subject areas, outreach to faculty and students, and teaching information and research skills to faculty and students in engineering, biomedical engineering, and related subject areas. He provides individual and small group consultations to students, instructional sessions to specific classes, online research support in both face-to-face and distance-learning programs, and workshops for specialized research areas. Bhatt has published and presented papers extensively in the area of information literacy for engineering students.
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This event is free and sponsored by Digilent Inc. Many future engineering challenges will span two or more of the traditional engineering disciplines. For example, 3-D printing clearly involves electrical and mechanical engineering (not to mention material science/chemical engineering and computer science). In another example, the creation, deployment, and maintenance of autonomous vehicles similarly involve multiple disciplines. A common denominator for many of these challenges is the use of electrical circuits for sensing and interacting with the surrounding environment. Additionally, more and mo ... (continued)
Prof. Kathleen Meehan
Kathleen Meehan earned her B.S. in electrical engineering from Manhattan College and her M.S. and Ph.D. from the University of Illinois under the supervision of Prof. Nick Holonyak, Jr. She worked as a member of technical staff at Lytel, Inc., following graduation. At Polaroid, she was appointed a Senior Research Group Leader, responsible for the design of laser diodes and arrays. After leaving Polaroid, she was employed at Biocontrol Technology. She moved into academia full-time in 1997 and worked at the University of Denver and West Virginia University before joining Virginia Tech in 2002. She is ... (continued)
John Schneider is the director of educational initiatives at Digilent, Inc., and an associate professor in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) at Washington State University (WSU). He has taught courses ranging from introductory programming at the freshman level to advanced electromagnetics at the graduate level. He is a Fellow of IEEE and has been selected as the WSU EECS Researcher of the Year and the school's Teacher of the Year.
Dr. Yacob Astatke
Dr. Yacob Astatke currently serves as the associate chair in the Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) department at Morgan State University. He won ASEE's National Outstanding Teaching Award in 2013. For the past five years, he has been a leader in the development and delivery of electrical engineering laboratory experiments for regular and online students using state of the art portable laboratory instrumentation such as the Mobile StudioTM and recently released Analog DiscoveryTM boards. He played a leading role in the development of the first completely online undergraduate electrical e ... (continued)
Ticketed event: $185.00
Ticketed event: $175.00 advanced registration and $185.00 on-site registration. ABET Program Assessment Workshop (7 hours); includes lunch.
The ABET Program Assessment Workshop is designed to assist faculty and administrators in developing their program assessment skills with a one-day workshop. Participants will have the opportunity to broaden their understanding of the continuous quality improvement of student learning through the design of assessment processes, development of measurable student outcomes, and application of data collection and data reporting methods. This workshop is interactive ... (continued)
Ticketed event: $35.00
Design Heuristics is an empirically derived and validated approach for creating product designs. Our research has shown that concepts created by engineering students using Design Heuristics are more complex, diverse, and creative.
This workshop will review relevant research studies and introduce Design Heuristics as a creativity tool. Participants will practice using Design Heuristics to generate concepts, and we will demonstrate ways to implement it effectively in your classroom in short instructional activities. Participants will be provided with a set of Design Heuristics cards, instructions for classroom presentation and activities, and access to instructional videos.
Dr. Shanna R. Daly
Shanna Daly has a B.E. in chemical engineering from the University of Dayton and a Ph.D. in Engineering Education from Purdue University. Her research focuses on idea generation, design strategies, design ethnography, creativity instruction, and engineering practitioners who return to graduate school. Her work is often cross-disciplinary, collaborating with colleagues from engineering, education, psychology, and industrial design.
Prof. Seda Yilmaz
Seda Yilmaz is an assistant professor of industrial design at Iowa State University. She earned her doctorate from the University of Michigan’s Design Science Program in 2010 with a dissertation entitled "Design Heuristics." Her work focuses on design cognition and creativity, cross-disciplinary design team dynamics, information processing in concept generation, and cognitive strategy changes among design domains and implementation of these strategies in pedagogical instruction.
Ticketed event: $40.00
This workshop entails assisting participants in writing clear and measurable goals, objectives, and activities for their engineering program or project, and identifying assessment strategies to achieve their intended goals. This may include research projects or classroom assessments. Participants will identify resources, activities, outputs (measures), outcomes, and impacts of their self-identified project. Then, they will design an evaluation plan by writing an evaluative research question, designing a relevant study, selecting an appropriate assessment instrument, and identifying means of adminis ... (continued)
Jennifer LeBeau conducts program and project evaluation through the College of Education Learning and Performance Research Center and teaches in the Department of Educational Leadership, Sport Science, and Educational/Counseling Psychology at Washington State University. Dr. LeBeau holds a B.S. degree in biology from the University of Idaho and M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in higher education administration with an emphasis in educational psychology from Washington State University.
Dr. Denny C. Davis
Denny C. Davis is emeritus professor of bioengineering and former director of the Engineering Education Research Center at Washington State University. Dr. Davis holds a B.S. degree from Washington State University and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from Cornell University, all in agricultural engineering. Dr. Davis is a Fellow of ASEE.
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The Fulbright Scholar Program operates in more than 125 countries with grant options that run from as little as two weeks or as long as a full year. Offering opportunities to conduct research, to teach or to do a combination of both, Fulbright has a special interest in STEM fields and STEM education. Fulbright programs can help to support individual and institutional agendas. Grantees use their experiences to refresh their skills, build bridges, and broaden their vision of education practices. The workshop will give an overview of the programs and their strengths, and how to apply for them.
Catherine Johnston Matto is the assistant director for the South and Central Asia and East Asia and the Pacific regions at the Council for International Exchange of Scholars (CIES), a division of the Institute of International Education (IIE). She joined the Fulbright Scholar Program in September 2009. Matto's interest in the region was sparked by a year in Mumbai, India, where she was an exchange student with Rotary International. Her international experience extends beyond Asia to Europe: she spent a semester in Strasbourg, France, interning in the Commercial Services Office of the U.S. Consu ... (continued)
Ticketed event: $60.00
In Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning (POGIL), teams of three to five learners work on scripted inquiry activities and investigations designed to help them discover concepts and construct their own knowledge. Using assigned team roles and meta-cognition, learners develop process skills and individual responsibility. The instructor serves as a facilitator, not a lecturer. Studies over the last 20 years show that POGIL can significantly improve student performance. More information, including sample activities, is at http://pogil.org and http://cspogil.org.
Mr. Clifton L Kussmaul
Clifton Kussmaul teaches computer science at Muhlenberg College, and has developed POGIL activities for CS1, CS2, software engineering, and AI. He is a member of the POGIL Project Steering Committee, and is the PI for an NSF TUES Type 1 Grant to develop POGIL activities for CS and to foster a community of CS faculty who use and develop such materials. During 2009-2010, Dr. Kussmaul was a Visiting Fulbright Scholar at the University of Kerala, India, where he used POGIL and related techniques in graduate courses. His professional interests include active learning, free and open-source software, dist ... (continued)