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Materials science and engineering is a great vehicle for teaching environmental and sustainability issues in engineering education. A widely used computer-based tool for materials education, CES EduPack, can be useful since its comprehensive database of material properties include, among others, carbon footprint, embodied energy, water use, and durability properties covering all classes of materials for interactive and time-efficient use by students. It also supports an approach for the assessment of environmental performance of products, called Eco Audit, which is already applicable in the design. ... (continued)
The Workshop will be led by Dr. Claes Fredriksson, who is a Senior Materials Education Consultant at Granta Design in Cambridge (UK). He has over 15 years’ experience teaching Materials-related subjects to undergraduate and post graduate students in Sweden, Canada, Belgium and the U.S.A, mainly in Mechanical Engineering. After gaining an MSc in Engineering Physics and PhD in Theoretical Physics he worked in both theoretical and experimental research on polymers, metals and biomaterials. He has a passion for teaching and won a grant as part of Sweden’s Excellence in Teaching Program to enable him to ... (continued)
Hannah Melia leads the Teaching Resources Team at Granta Design and has responsibility for the development of CES EduPack and associated teaching resources. She has a degree in Materials Science and Metallurgy and a Post Graduate Certificate in Design, Manufacturing and Management from the University of Cambridge. She has worked in the United States and Germany on medical device design and technology transfer. Over the last six years she has interacted with academics that use CES EduPack around the world.
Luca Masi is an Aerospace Engineer working at Granta Design as Development Manager for USA. He has previously collaborated with the French Space Agency on software development for bio-inspired space trajectory optimization and on computational techniques for engineering decision-making at the Advanced Space Concepts Laboratory, University of Strathclyde (UK). He is author of chapters for AIAA and IEEE books on these subjects. He also has R&D experience in spacecraft propulsion systems. Luca holds an MSc in Space Engineering and a BSc in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Pisa (Italy), and is completing a PhD in computational techniques for aerospace engineering applications.
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Many radio engineering principles, such as electromagnetic spectrum, noise and interference, data throughput, bit or block error rate (BER or BLER), are abstract concepts characterized by formulas and numbers that are difficult to grasp, especially by undergraduate students. Wireless@Virginia Tech has therefore developed a wireless testbed and several software tools to improve undergraduate engineering education using visualization and gamification principles. This workshop offers the participants the opportunity to explore our testbed and software tools in an interactive environment using real rad ... (continued)
A licensed Professional Engineer in Virginia, Carl Dietrich earned a BS EE degree from Texas A&M
University, and MS EE and PhD EE degrees from Virginia Tech. He has taught courses in software
defined radio, communications systems, electronics, and electromagnetic fields. He has also taught short
courses on software defined radio since 2007, covering fundamental concepts and enabling technologies
in addition to the use of open source software to develop and run SDR applications. In addition, Dr.
Dietrich has performed and directed research in the areas of cognitive radio, software defined r ... (continued)
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The International Society for Engineering Education, IGIP, offers an international professional development program for engineering and engineering technology educators, which upon successful completion leads to the designation of ING.PAED.IGIP and corresponding professional registration.
Traditionally, the IGIP program has been offered across Europe through a network of IGIP accredited training centers and content providers. In light of a continuing globalization and the lack of national professional faculty development and recognition programs in many other parts of the world, there is an increas ... (continued)
Dr. (mult.) Michael E. Auer is Professor of Electrical Engineering at the Faculty of Engineering and IT of the Carinthia University of Applied Sciences Villach, Austria. He is a senior member of IEEE and member of ASEE, IGIP, etc., author or co-author of more than 170 publications and leading member of numerous national and international organizations in the field of Online Technologies. His current research is directed to technology enhanced learning and remote working environments especially in engineering. Michael Auer is Founding-President and CEO of the ”International Association of Online Eng ... (continued)
Danilo G. Zutin has graduated in electrical engineering at the State University of Sao Paulo (UNESP), Bauru, Sao Paulo, Brazil, and obtained his Master degree in Systems Design (specialization in Remote Systems) at the Carinthia University of Applied Sciences in Villach, Austria. His research interests are in the field of remote engineering, online labs, remote control of devices and software development for online labs. Danilo was first a senior Researcher and team member of the Center of Competence in Online Laboratories and Open Learning at Carinthia University of Applied Sciences (CUAS), Villac ... (continued)
Dr. Tristan T. Utschig is Assistant Director for the Office of Assessment at Georgia Tech. Prior to that he spent eight years in the Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning as Assistant Director for the Scholarship and Assessment of Teaching and Learning. In these roles he consults with faculty to help them plan, implement, and assess programs and educational innovations. He also periodically serves as evaluator on educational research grants. Formerly, he was a tenured Associate Professor of Engineering Physics at Lewis-Clark State College. Since 2014 Dr. Utschig is President of the IG ... (continued)
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Unlike most textbook problems, actual engineering problems are defined and solved, not in decontextualized settings, but instead in complex social contexts with competing interests and diverse stakeholders. In turn, those social contexts shape the constraints and parameters of problem solving and dictate what kinds of solutions are viable and acceptable. Despite these realities of engineering practice, much of engineering education still teaches students to solve problems in a vacuum, reinforcing the myth that the world is split between the social (what happens outside the classroom) and the techni ... (continued)
Jon A. Leydens is an associate professor in the Division of Liberal Arts and International Studies at the Colorado School of Mines, USA, where he has been since 1997. Research and teaching interests include communication, social justice, and engineering education. Dr. Leydens is co-author of Engineering and Sustainable Community Development (Morgan and Claypool, 2010) and editor of Sociotechnical Communication in Engineering (Routledge, 2014). Dr. Leydens won the James F. Lufkin Award for the best conference paper—on the intersections between professional communication research and social justice—a ... (continued)
Juan Lucena is Professor and Director of Humanitarian Engineering at the Colorado School of Mines
(CSM). Juan obtained a Ph.D. in Science and Technology Studies (STS) from Virginia Tech and a MS
in STS and BS in Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI).
His books include Defending the Nation: U.S. Policymaking to Create Scientists and Engineers from
Sputnik to the ’War Against Terrorism’ (University Press of America, 2005), Engineering and Sustainable
Community Development (Morgan & Claypool, 2010), and Engineering Education for Social Justice:
Critical Explorations and Opportunities (Springer, 2013).
Jessica M. Smith is the Hennebach Assistant Professor in Liberal Arts and International Studies at the Colorado School of Mines. Trained as anthropologist, her research engages two major areas: the sociocultural dynamics of extractive and energy industries, with a focus on corporate social responsibility, social justice, labor, and gender; and engineering education, with a focus on socioeconomic class and social responsibility. She is currently the PI of two NSF-funded projects: “The Ethics of Extraction: Integrating Corporate Social Responsibility into Engineering Education" and "Invisib ... (continued)
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Students with disabilities face many challenges pursuing degrees and careers in engineering. In this workshop, participants will learn about strategies to make engineering courses and departments more welcoming and accessible to students with disabilities. This includes practices such as utilizing universal design of instruction; ensuring labs and maker spaces are accessible to students with disabilities; and incorporating information about disability and accessibility into course content. Participants will engage in interactive discussions about promising practices employed by engineering faculty ... (continued)
Kat Steele is an assistant professor in mechanical engineering at UW and the director of the Ability Lab, focused on using engineering and design to improve human ability. She received her PhD and MS in mechanical engineering from Stanford University and her BS from the Colorado School of Mines. She was recently awarded one of the first NIH K12 Career Development Grants in Interdisciplinary Rehabilitation Engineering. Her research focuses on combining device design, dynamic musculoskeletal simulation, and medical imaging to improve diagnosis and treatment of neurological disorders. She also teaches ... (continued)
Brianna Blaser is a counselor/coordinator at the DO-IT Center. She earned a bachelors degree in math and psychology at Carnegie Mellon University and a PhD in women studies at the University of Washington. She has a background in broadening participation and career development in science and engineering fields. Before joining DO-IT, she was the project director for the AAAS (American Association for the Advancement of Science) Science Careers Outreach Program.
Valerie Taylor is the Senior Associate Dean of Academic Affairs in the Dwight Look College of Engineering and the Regents Professor and Royce E. Wisenbaker Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University. In 2003, she joined Texas A&M University as the Department Head of CSE, where she remained in that position until 2011. Prior to joining Texas A&M, Dr. Taylor was a member of the faculty in the EECS Department at Northwestern University for eleven years. She has authored or co-authored over 100 papers in the area high performance computing. She i ... (continued)
Leyf Starling is a Program Coordinator for The Engineering Place at NC State University. Leyf builds on existing outreach programs and develops new ones. She manages programs that are part of the Engineering on the Road series, such as NC STEM, Marbles Kids Museum, Boys and Girls Club and Girl Scouts. She also assists with K-12 summer camps and professional development workshops and teaches a section of E 101 – Introduction to Engineering and Problem Solving. Leyf received a Bachelor of Science in mechanical and aerospace engineering from the University of Virginia in 2003 and a Master of Arts in teaching with a focus on special education from UNC-Charlotte in 2010.
Chang-Yu Wu is a Professor and Department Head of Environmental Engineering at the University of Florida.
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Background: Funding and other resources to support engineering education scholarship are shrinking. In an environment of increased accountability, engineering education researchers and practitioners are being asked to identify the tangible impacts of their work. Unfortunately, there is a dearth of scholarship on how impact should be defined and evaluated in the context of engineering education. The engineering education community lacks a shared understanding and language around the topic of impact. As a result, many of us struggle to articulate the impact of our work to diverse audiences, and we ar ... (continued)
Dr. Jeremi London is an assistant professor at Arizona State University in the Engineering Programs within the Polytechnic School.
Dr. Maura Borrego is an associate professor at University of Texas-Austin.
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Are you frustrated in your struggle to achieve better racial and gender diversity? Do you find yourself unsatisfied with existing institutional approaches for addressing engineering’s “pale, male” undergraduate population? Attend this fast-paced and engaging workshop to learn about the theoretical tool of “ruling relations” used in sociology to think about how institutional structures—like engineering education and undergraduate engineering programs—have been gendered and raced to keep engineering so demographically homogeneous. Storytelling, theater, and reflection all play a part in this new workshop, offered by Alice Pawley from Purdue University.
Alice L. Pawley is an Associate Professor in the School of Engineering Education and an affiliate faculty member in the Gender, Women’s and Sexuality Studies Program and the Division of Environmental and Ecological Engineering at Purdue University. She was co-PI of Purdue’s ADVANCE program from 2008-2014, focusing on the underrepresentation of women in STEM faculty positions. She runs the Feminist Research in Engineering Education (FREE, formerly RIFE, group), whose diverse projects and group members are described at feministengineering.org. She received a CAREER award in 2010 and a PECASE award i ... (continued)
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In 2008, at the request of the U.S. National Science Foundation, the U.S. National Academy of Engineering (NAE) convened a panel of scientists and engineers to address the need for a sustainable, as well as politically, economically and socially robust future. The panel identified 14 grand challenges for engineering that must be addressed to improve the quality of life for people across the globe [http://www.engineeringchallenges.org/]. To motivate and equip graduates prepared to tackle these challenges, a consortium of founding institutions—Duke University’s Pratt School of Engineering, Olin Colle ... (continued)
Dr. Yevgeniya V. Zastavker is an Associate Professor of Physics at Olin College of Engineering. She earned her B.S. degree in Physics from Yale University and her Ph. D. degree in Biological Physics from MIT. Dr. Zastavker's research interests lie in the field of STEM education with specific emphasis on innovative pedagogical and curricular practices, student / faculty motivations, and teamwork at the intersection with the issues of gender and diversity. One of the founding faculty at Olin College, Dr. Zastavker has been engaged in development and implementation of project-based experiences in ... (continued)
Dr. Jenna P. Carpenter is Founding Dean of Engineering at Campbell University and Chair of the National Academy of Engineering Grand Challenge Scholars Program Steering Committee. Her areas of expertise include innovative STEM curricula and issues influencing the success of women in STEM fields. Dr. Carpenter is Immediate Past President of Women in Engineering ProActive Network, past ASEE Vice President of Professional Interest Councils, and First Vice President of the Mathematical Association of America. She currently chairs the ASEE Long-Range Planning Committee and is an ABET Program Evaluator for General Engineering Programs.
Christina White completed her doctoral degree from Columbia University where she studied humanitarian engineering education. Dr. White is currently a postdoctoral research fellow with the Singapore MIT Alliance for Research and Technology where she is exploring global competencies and 21st century skills in engineering education. Dr. White is the founding director of the Grand Challenges Scholars and K12 Partners Program at The University of Texas at Austin; an interdisciplinary program where students from all majors can earn a formal certificate for their research and work with Grand Challenges. M ... (continued)
T. Michael Toole is Associate Dean of the College of Engineering, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and Director of the Grand Challenge Scholars Program at Bucknell University. He received his B.S. in Civil Engineering from Bucknell University and his M.S. in Civil Engineering and his Ph.D. in Technology Strategy from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He has published journal articles, book chapters and conference papers and received research grants on construction safety, construction innovation, and project management since joining the Bucknell faculty in 1999. Dr. Toole ... (continued)
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This workshop will address the how and why of integrating failure case studies into introductory engineering, engineering mechanics, civil engineering, and other types of engineering courses. The focus is on using the case studies to improve student engagement and learning, as demonstrated through a number of extended examples. Assessment methods and results will be presented, along with ways that failure case studies may be used to support ABET outcomes, particularly for the professional component of the curriculum. The cases cover contemporary and historic failures of bridges, dams, and buildings ... (continued)
Dr. Norbert J. Delatte, Jr., P.E., is Professor and Chair of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Cleveland State University. He received his B.S. in Civil
Engineering from The Citadel in 1984, a Master's Degree in Civil Engineering from The
Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1986, and a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from The University of Texas at Austin in 1996. Dr. Delatte is the author of Beyond Failure: Forensic Case Studies for Civil Engineers (ASCE Press, 2009). He is the former chair of the ASCE Technical Council on Forensic Engineering (TCFE) Executive Committe ... (continued)
MATTHEW ROBERTS is Professor at SUU
Dr. Tara Cavalline, P.E., is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Engineering Technology and Construction Management at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. She received her B.S. in Civil Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University in 1998, her M.S. in Civil Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University in 1999, and her Ph.D. in Infrastructure and Environmental Systems from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte in 2012. Prior to joining UNC Charlotte as a faculty member in 2006, she worked as an engineering consultant in Charlotte, North Carolina, performing f ... (continued)
Dr. Laura Sullivan-Green is an Associate Professor at San José State University. She obtained her BS from the University of Dayton (Dayton, OH) in 2002 and her MS (2005) and PhD (2008) from Northwestern University (Evanston, IL). She teaches in the areas of Geotechnical Engineering, Engineering Mechanics, and History of Technology. Her research interests include evaluating crack age in construction materials, forensic engineering education, and engineering education pedagogy. She serves on the SJSU Academic Senate, Faculty Diversity Committee, and Civil Engineering Curriculum Committee. Laura is th ... (continued)
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One of the challenges of modern engineering education is that programs must address not only technical topics but also prepare graduates to work on real engineering problems, which are frequently open-ended and ill-defined. At the pedagogic level these two goals can sometimes be in conflict. Technical education has traditionally relied on lecture and textbook-type problems, whereas teaching students how to address open-ended design problems requires an approach with less apparent structure.
The purpose of this workshop is to help attendees learn about best practices for using industrial (real-worl ... (continued)
Teodora Rutar Shuman is a Mechanical Engineering Department Chair and an Associate Professor at Seattle University. Her research includes electro-mechanical systems for sustainable processing of microalgae, NOx formation in lean-premixed combustion, and innovative teaching methods and assessment techniques. Her work is published in venues including the Journal of Engineering Education, IEEE Transactions on Education, Bioresource Technology, Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, and Combustion and Flame. She is a member of the American Society of Engineering Education and the Algae Biomass Org ... (continued)
Yen-Lin Han is an Assistant Professor in the department of Mechanical Engineering at Seattle University. Her research interests include micro-scale Molecular Gas Dynamics and heat transfer applications such as the Knudsen Compressor, a temperature driven micropump with no moving parts. Her work in experimental and computational investigations of gas transport phenomena has been published in high impact journals including Physics of Fluids, Applied Materials and Interfaces, and Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems. She also holds the patent for the continuous trace gas separator.
She is pas ... (continued)
Kathleen E. Cook is Chair-Elect of the Psychology Department and an Associate Professor at Seattle University. Her research includes attitudes, perceptions, and classroom learning, and spans psychology, education, nursing, and STEM. She has published in venues such as the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Communication and Cognition, Cognition and Emotion, Psychology Learning and Teaching, Journal of Effective Teaching, IEEE Transactions on Education, and the Annals of Behavioral Medicine.
Dr. Cook is a lifelong, award-winning educator who has middle school, high school, and under ... (continued)
Greg Mason is a Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Seattle University. His research focuses on control systems, instrumentation, and the use of technology to improve engineering education. His work is published in venues including the Journal of Engineering Education, IEEE Transactions on Education and Mechatronics. Dr. Mason is a member of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers and the American Society for Engineering Education. He currently serves as the chair of the Division of Experimentation and Laboratory-Oriented Studies.
Dr. Mason earned degrees from Gongaza Univer ... (continued)
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National Science Foundation (NSF) program directors will share their insights on strategies to enhance the quality of proposals submitted for engineering education funding opportunities in the Divisions of Undergraduate Education (DUE) and Engineering Education and Centers (EEC). The workshop will be interactive in nature and will include activities designed to help participants identify areas in which their proposals can be enhanced. It will culminate with a discussion of helpful hints and fatal flaws to consider when developing proposals. Participants will be asked to complete a pre-workshop sur ... (continued)
Dr. Karen E. Crosby is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Southern University Baton Rouge, Louisiana, currently on assignment as a Program Director at the National Science Foundation (NSF) in the Division of Undergraduate Education (DUE). Her primary assignments are with the Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (S-STEM) and I-Corps for Learning (I-Corps L) programs. Dr. Crosby’s career has spanned from research on processing, mechanical properties, and microstructural characterization of novel materials to outreach and STEM education research, especially enhancing ... (continued)
Dr. Elliot P. Douglas is Associate Chair and Associate Professor of Materials Science & Engineering at the University of Florida. He is currently serving as a Program Director for Engineering Education in the Division of Engineering Education and Centers (EEC) where he oversees several programs including Research in the Formation of Engineers (RFE), Research Initiation in Engineering Formation (RIEF), and REvolutionizing engineering and computer science Departments (RED). These programs support research in the professional formation of engineers in all aspects, from K through gray, formal and informal.
Dr. Abby Ilumoka, C.Eng. is a Program Director in the Division of Undergraduate Education (DUE) at the National Science Foundation (NSF) supporting the Advanced Technological Education (ATE) and Improving Undergraduate STEM Education: Education and Human Resources (IUSE:EHR) programs. Her disciplinary area is electrical and computer engineering and her research areas are K-12 STEM education, microelectronics and VLSI circuit design, microwave filter synthesis, and artificial neural networks.
Dr. Gül E. Kremer is a Professor of Engineering Design and Industrial Engineering at the Pennsylvania State University. Currently, she is a Program Director in the Division of Undergraduate Education (DUE) at the National Science Foundation (NSF) supporting the following programs: Improving Undergraduate STEM Education: Education and Human Resources (IUSE:EHR), Advanced Technological Education (ATE), Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (S-STEM), EHR Core Research (ECR), CAREER, and the Maker DCL. Her research interests include applied decision analysis and design theo ... (continued)
Dr. John Krupczak, Jr. is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Hope College in Holland, Michigan with educational interests in STEM literacy and introductory and gateway courses in the STEM disciplines. He is currently a Program Director in the Division of Undergraduate Education (DUE) at the National Science Foundation (NSF), where he serves as a Co-lead for the for the Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (S-STEM) program and works with the Improving Undergraduate STEM Education: Education and Human Resources (IUSE:EHR), Advanced Technological Education (ATE), National Robotics Initiative (NRI), I-Corps, and I-Corps L programs.
Dr. James L. Moore, III is the Program Director for Broadening Participation in Engineering (BPE) at the National Science Foundation. He is also the Executive Director of the Todd Anthony Bell National Resource Center on the African American Male and the EHE Distinguished Professor of Urban Education at The Ohio State University. From 2011 to 2015, he served as the Associate Provost for Diversity and Inclusion, where he managed numerous programs and units. His research agenda focuses on school counseling, gifted education, urban education, higher education, multicultural education/counseling, and STEM education.
Dr. Olga Pierrakos is an Associate Professor and Founding Faculty Member of the Department of Engineering at James Madison University. She is currently a Program Director in the Division of Undergraduate Education (DUE) in the Directorate of Education and Human Resources (EHR) at the National Science Foundation (NSF). She is serving three programs in DUE: Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (S-STEM), Improving Undergraduate STEM Education: Education and Human Resources (IUSE:EHR), and Advanced Technological Education (ATE). Her research interests include engineerin ... (continued)
Dr. Yvette Pearson Weatherton, P.E. is Associate Chair of Civil Engineering at the University of Texas at Arlington. She is currently a Program Director in the Division of Undergraduate Education (DUE) at the National Science Foundation (NSF), where she serves as a Co-lead for the for the Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (S-STEM) program and works with the Improving Undergraduate STEM Education: Education and Human Resources (IUSE:EHR), Advanced Technological Education (ATE), and REvolutionizing engineering and computer science Departments (RED) programs. Her resea ... (continued)
Dr. Ece Yaprak is a Professor of Engineering Technology in the College of Engineering at Wayne State University. She is currently a Program Director in the Division of Undergraduate Education (DUE) at the National Science Foundation (NSF), where she serves as a Co-lead for the for the Advanced Technological Education (ATE) program and also works with the Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (S-STEM) and Improving Undergraduate STEM Education: Education and Human Resources (IUSE:EHR) programs. Her research interests include network design, monitoring, management, and capacity planning, wireless sensor networks and embedded networking.
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In groups, attendees will discuss and outline core competences of the engineer.
Using a method similar to the affinity-interrelationship method the attendees will write, group together and decide upon core competences of the engineer, both in groups and alone. The result will be a poster from each table, to be presented to the rest of the participants.
Together the room will discuss the results and if necessary break them down further to make them less abstract. Opinions and motivations for various choices can then be shared, and discussed based on the context/previous experiences of the attendees ... (continued)
A student of the combined B.Sc and M.Sc program at Chalmers University of Technology, she has been active in curriculum and educational development since she started at the university. As a student representative in the Mechanical Engineering Advisory board, the Central University Faculty Appointment committee and Course assistant/developer at the School of Entrepreneurship she has worked with strategic development at different levels and presented her work at several conferences including the 2015 ASEE Annual conference, the NCIIA/Venture Well Open annual conference, and the CDIO conference.
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A convening of the First-Year Programs Division to conduct board business.
ME Department Heads' Meeting
Calling all first-time ASEE conference participants! Not sure how to navigate the event? Overwhelmed by the myriad of sessions? Want to know how to get the best out of your experience?
This session is facilitated by the current and past Vice Presidents for Member Affairs and other Board members, and will offer suggestions for successful participation in ASEE.
For more information, go to http://www.asee.org/documents/conferences/annual/2016/Greet-the-Stars-Packet-2016.pdf
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The Division Mixer kicks off the conference with music, drinks, food, and colleagues. This event is both a networking opportunity and a chance for divisions to showcase and promote themselves to prospective members. Tables staffed by participating divisions may feature contests and prize giveaways.
This event is complimentary for all attendees.
Join your colleagues at the Grand Opening of the Exhibit Hall, immediately following the Division Mixer (above). Our exhibit hall is packed with exciting products, solutions, and technologies, with new and exciting content year after year. Roam the expansive space while enjoying refreshments, catching up with old friends, and making new ones.
This event will feature complimentary beer & wine and refreshments.
This event is complimentary for all attendees.
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