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 (University of Texas, 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)