Tue. June 16, 2015 2:15 PM to 3:45 PM
Room 203, Washington State Convention Center
This session emphasizes the challenges and opportunities of systems engineering education from kindergarten to higher education.
Prof. Peter Schubert P.E. and Dr. Sven G. Bilen P.E.
Difficulties and Opportunities when Teaching About Technological Systems in K-12
Dr. Lena B. Gumaelius (KTH Royal Institute of Technology) and Dr. Per G. Norström (KTH Royal Institute of Technology)
Educate Utilizing CubeSat Experience: Unified K-20 Vision of Comprehensive STEAM-Powered Space Systems Education Program
Mr. Bungo Shiotani (University of Florida), Mr. Dante Augustus Buckley (University of Florida), Ms. Amy Elizabeth Bumbaco (University of Florida), and Dr. Norman G. Fitz-Coy (University of Florida)
Lessons Learned from Team-Teaching a PBL Robotics Course with Multi-disciplinary Instructors and Students
Dr. Jose M. Garcia (Purdue University), Prof. Rick Homkes (Purdue University), Mr. Mark T. Carnes (Purdue University), and Prof. Kevin D. Taylor (Purdue University)
Outcomes of a Systems Engineering Project for K-12 Teachers
Prof. Greg Bartus (Stevens Institute of Technology) and Dr. Frank T. Fisher (Stevens Institute of Technology)