Wed. June 18, 2014 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
Room 203, Indiana Convention Center
Papers in this session address a variety of first-year instruction influences on later aspects of engineering education.
Dr. Victoria E Goodrich
Multidimensional Assessment of Creativity in an Introduction to Engineering Design Course
Mrs. Silvia Husted (Universidad de las Americas Puebla), Dr. Judith Virginia Gutierrez (Affiliation unknown), Dr. Nelly Ramirez-Corona (Universidad de las Americas Puebla), Prof. Aurelio Lopez-Malo (Universidad de las Americas Puebla), and Dr. Enrique Palou (Universidad de las Americas Puebla)
Is There a Correlation between First-Year Critical Thinking Assessment Test Performance and Retention among Civil Engineering Students?
Dr. Yvette Pearson Weatherton (University of Texas, Arlington), Mr. Andrew P. Kruzic (The University of Texas at Arlington), Prof. Stephen P Mattingly (University of Texas, Arlington), Ziaur Rahman (The University of Texas at Arlington), and Dr. Heather L Frost (Affiliation unknown)
Capstone Project in a Freshman Solid Modeling Course
Dr. John A. Mirth (Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology) and Dr. John P Iselin (University of Wisconsin, Platteville)
Impact of Computational Fluid Dynamics Use in a First-Year Engineering Research Design Project on Future Performance in Fluid Mechanics
Nicole L Hird (Ohio State University) and Dr. Deborah M. Grzybowski (Ohio State University)