Wed. June 17, 2015 8:30 AM to 10:00 AM
Grand Ballroom C, Sheraton Seattle
The ERM Roundtable Sessions are designed to encourage more interaction between the speaker and the session participants. The room will be set up with large tables organized in a circular pattern with all speakers sitting next to each other in a location that is viewable by all session participants. Two moderators have been selected, with at least one of the moderators having experience related to the session topics. This expertise should help in facilitating discussions. In these sessions, the speakers will have about 10 minutes to present key aspects of their research, followed by about 10 minutes of discussion with session participants. Additional discussion regarding the central theme addressed within the papers may also occur at the end of the sessions.
Dr. Adam R Carberry and Dr. Carl Whitesel
A cross-sectional study of engineering students’ creative self-concepts: An exploration of creative self-efficacy, personal identity, and expectations
Dr. Sarah E Zappe (Pennsylvania State University, University Park), Mr. Philip M. Reeves (Pennsylvania State University, University Park), Irene B. Mena (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign), and Dr. Thomas A. Litzinger (Pennsylvania State University, University Park)
Understanding Engineering Students' Stress and Emotions during an Introductory Engineering course.
Dr. Jenefer Husman (Arizona State University), Ms. Katherine C Cheng (Arizona State University), Mrs. Krista Puruhito (Arizona State University), and Dr. Evan J Fishman (Stanford University)
Sources of Self-Efficacy in Undergraduate Engineering
Dr. Ellen L Usher (University of Kentucky), Dr. Natasha Aniceto Mamaril (University of Illinois ), Ms. Caihong Li (University of Kentucky), Mr. David Ross Economy (Clemson University Department of Materials Science and Engineering), and Prof. Marian S. Kennedy (Clemson University)
Relating Project Tasks in Design Courses to the Development of Engineering Self-efficacy
Dr. Laura Hirshfield (University of Michigan), Prof. Debbie Chachra (Olin College of Engineering), Dr. Cynthia J. Finelli (University of Michigan), and Mr. Jeremy M. Goodman (Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering)
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