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Technical · First-Year Programs Division
Sun. June 25, 2017 9:45 AM to 11:15 AM
Room A211, Columbus Convention Center
Session Description

Retention is one of the major issues we face as first-year engineering educators. What steps can we take to prevent our students from losing confidence in their ability to succeed as engineers? This is the first of two sessions that will examine this topic.

  1. Moderated by Dr. Kaitlin Mallouk and Dr. Deborah M. Grzybowski
Papers Presented
  1. A Multi-Program Approach to Student Retention and Success [view paper] Dr. Paige E. Smith (University of Maryland, College Park), Ms. Elizabeth R. Kurban (University of Maryland, College Park), and Dr. Catherine T. Amelink (Virginia Tech)
  2. Improving Student Success and Retention Rates in Engineering: A Four-Year Longitudinal Assessment of the DYP Program [view paper] Dr. Steffen Peuker (California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo)
  3. An Active Learning Environment to Improve First-Year Mechanical Engineering Retention Rates and Software Skills [view paper] Benjamin B. Wheatley (Colarado State University), Dr. Tammy Lynn Haut Donahue (Colorado State University), and Dr. Kimberly Catton P.E. (Colorado State University)
  4. Integrating Humanitarian Engineering Design Projects to Increase Retention of Underrepresented Minority Students and to Achieve Interpersonal Skill-Related Learning Outcomes [view paper] Dr. Elizabeth A. Adams (Chandler Gilbert Community College) and Mary Beth Burgoyne (Affiliation unknown)
  5. Reinventing the First-Year Seminar and Student Support Programs to Decrease the Number of Failed Grades in the First Semester and to Reach a 90 Percent First-Year Retention Rate [view paper] Dr. Mary E. Goodwin (University of South Florida)
There are currently 80 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 25, 2017 9:45 AM to 11:15 AM
Room A212, Columbus Convention Center
Session Description

This special format session gives authors of Work-in-Progress (WIP) papers the opportunity to pitch their work with a two-slide (back and front of a postcard) overview of their work in five minutes or less. After all pitches are made, attendees will have the opportunity to visit with the authors, allowing them to receive feedback and discuss aspects of their work in greater detail.

  1. Moderated by Dr. Richard Whalen and Mrs. Natalie C.T. Van Tyne P.E.
Papers Presented
  1. Work in Progress: The Impact of a Self-Guided Assessment Tool on Success and Retention of At-Risk Students [view paper] Ms. Julie Chiki (Ohio University) and Braden Vale Jay Robinson (Ohio University)
  2. Work in Progress: Increasing Interest in STEM and Improving Retention for At-Risk Students - A Two-Year Study [view paper] Dr. Melissa Danforth (California State University, Bakersfield) and Dr. Charles Lam (California State University, Bakersfield)
  3. Work in Progress: Linking Clemson University General Engineering and South Carolina High Schools [view paper] Dr. Sarah Corinne Rowlinson (University of Florida), Dr. Elizabeth Anne Stephan (Clemson University), and Dr. Jonathan R. A. Maier (Clemson University)
  4. Work in Progress: Expanding the Professional Formation of Engineers through a Cross-Cultural Communication Workshop for First-Year Students [view paper] Ms. Susan Arnold-Christian (Virginia Tech), Dr. Walter C. Lee (Virginia Tech), Mr. Adrien DeLoach (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University), Ms. Ashley R. Taylor (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University), and Dr. Christian Matheis (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University)
  5. Work in Progress: An Interdisciplinary Course Designed to Assist First-Year Students in Planning and Preparing for Success in the NAE Grand Challenge Scholars Program [view paper] Amy Trowbridge (Arizona State University) and Dr. Haolin Zhu (Arizona State University)
  6. plus 1 more paper
There are currently 36 registrants interested in attending
Technical · Computing and Information Technology Division
Sun. June 25, 2017 9:45 AM to 11:15 AM
Room B240, Columbus Convention Center
Session Description

This session presents papers on a variety of topics pertaining to computing and information technology.

  1. Moderated by Joshua B. Gross and Dr. Vignesh Subbian
Papers Presented
  1. Measuring Revealed Student Scheduling Preferences using Constrained Discrete Choice Models [view paper] Jacob Bailey (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign), Prof. Matthew West (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign), and Prof. Craig Zilles (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)
  2. Mobile Payments and End Users' Sensitivity to Information Disclosure [view paper] Mr. Abdulwaheed Johnson (Pace University) and Dr. Anthony Joseph (Pace University)
  3. The Firelighters: Understanding the Demand for Instructional Computer Science Faculty [view paper] Joshua B. Gross (Blackburn College)
  4. The Optimal Receiving Signal Strength to Use the Relay Node in Wireless Network [view paper] Dr. Tae-Hoon Kim (Purdue University Northwest), Miss Melissa Nicole Fitzgerald (Purdue University Northwest), and Mithulesh Kurale (REU Student)
  5. Secure Cloud Computing Infrastructure for K-12 Education [view paper] Dr. Connie Justice (Indiana University Purdue University, Indianapolis) and Miss Nichole McFarland (Indiana University Purdue University, Indianapolis)
  6. plus 1 more paper
There are currently 13 registrants interested in attending
Business · College Industry Partnerships Division
Sun. June 25, 2017 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
Fayette, Hyatt Regency Columbus
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Annual business meeting for the College Industry Partnership.

For those interested in: Academia-Industry Connections
There are currently 22 registrants interested in attending
Technical · Design in Engineering Education Division
Sun. June 25, 2017 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
Room A114, Columbus Convention Center
  1. Moderated by Dr. Angela R Bielefeldt P.E.
Papers Presented
  1. An Analysis of Emotional Fluctuation and Its Causes in the Productive Practice for Engineering Undergraduates: Based on the Case of an Engineering Major in China [view paper] Miss Jiaojiao Fu (Beihang University), Prof. Qing Lei (Beihang University), and Prof. Dongya Cheng (Tibet University, Teachers College )
  2. Characterizing Students' Micro-Iterations Strategies through Data-Logged Design Actions [view paper] Dr. Corey T. Schimpf (The Concord Consoritum) and Dr. Charles Xie (The Concord Consortium)
  3. Development of Perceptions of Technical and Ethical Expertise In Teams Over Time [view paper] Dr. Megan Kenny Feister (California State University, Channel Islands), Dr. Carla B. Zoltowski (Purdue University, West Lafayette (College of Engineering)), Prof. Patrice Marie Buzzanell (Purdue University, West Lafayette (College of Engineering)), and David Torres (Purdue University)
  4. Incorporation of Ethics and Societal Impact Issues into Senior Capstone Design Courses: Results of a National Survey [view paper] Dr. Angela R. Bielefeldt (University of Colorado, Boulder), Ms. Madeline Polmear (University of Colorado, Boulder), Dr. Daniel Knight (University of Colorado, Boulder), Dr. Nathan E. Canney (Seattle University), and Dr. Christopher W. Swan (Tufts University)
  5. Investigating Design Cognition during Brainstorming Tasks with Freshmen and Senior Engineering Students using Functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy [view paper] Dr. Tripp Shealy (Virginia Tech), Dr. Jacob R. Grohs (Virginia Tech), Miss Mo Hu (Virginia tech), Darren K. Maczka (Virginia Tech), and Dr. Robin Panneton (Virginia Tech)
  6. plus 1 more paper
There are currently 65 registrants interested in attending
Business · Educational Research and Methods Division
Sun. June 25, 2017 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
Clark , Hyatt Regency Columbus
Session Description

FIE steering committee: executive session.

There are currently 8 registrants interested in attending
Business · Educational Research and Methods Division
Sun. June 25, 2017 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
Knox, Hyatt Regency Columbus
Session Description

ERM board meeting.

There are currently 29 registrants interested in attending
Technical · Electrical and Computer Division
Sun. June 25, 2017 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
Room B233, Columbus Convention Center
  1. Moderated by Dr. S. Hossein Mousavinezhad
Papers Presented
  1. Improving Student Confidence and Retention using an Introductory Computer Engineering Course [view paper] Dr. Daniel W. Chang (Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology)
  2. Integrating Computer Engineering Labs with "Video Theme" [view paper] Dr. Pong P. Chu (Cleveland State University)
  3. Software Courses in Computer Engineering [view paper] Dr. Dick Blandford (University of Evansville) and Dr. Christopher Miller (Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology)
  4. Transformation of an Introductory Computer Engineering Course Utilizing Microprocessors and a Focus on Hardware Limitations [view paper] Mr. Charles Carlson (Kansas State University) and Dr. Dwight Day (Kansas State University)
  5. Developing Custom Hardware to Teach Digital Design Courses: Added Value or Added Headache? [view paper] Prof. Kevin P. Pintong (Oregon Institute of Technology) and Mr. Alexander Hogen (Oregon Institute of Technology)
  6. plus 1 more paper
There are currently 30 registrants interested in attending
Technical · Energy Conversion and Conservation Division
Sun. June 25, 2017 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
Room B143, Columbus Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event

  1. Moderated by Dr. Glenn T. Wrate P.E. and Dr. Maddalena Fanelli
Papers Presented
  1. An Experimental Study on the PV Systems' Contribution on Lowering the Demand Charge [view paper] Mr. Jonathan Michael Newton (John Brown University), Mr. Harrison Lee Hosteter (John Brown University), and Dr. Ted Song (John Brown University)
  2. A Capstone Project: Assessment of Energy Savings from Retuning of Air Handlers [view paper] Dr. Hayrettin Bora Karayaka (Western Carolina University), Mr. Trevor Parrish (Western Carolina University), and Dr. Robert D. Adams (Western Carolina University)
  3. Introductory Vehicle Energy Systems Instruction Initial Experiences and Development [view paper] Prof. David McDonald P.E. (Lake Superior State University)
  4. Developing Relevant and Practical Projects for a Senior Capstone Thermal Fluids Design Course [view paper] Dr. Frank Wicks (Union College)
  5. Embedding Global Energy Education into Engineering Technology Curricula: The Development and Implementation of Green Energy and Sustainability ET Minor [view paper] Dr. Irina Nicoleta Ciobanescu Husanu (Drexel University) and Dr. Richard Chiou (Drexel University )
There are currently 19 registrants interested in attending
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Technical · Engineering Ethics Division
Sun. June 25, 2017 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
Room C160B, Columbus Convention Center
  1. Moderated by Dr. Joel Alejandro Mejia
Papers Presented
  1. Ethics and Artifacts [view paper] Dr. Marilyn A. Dyrud (Oregon Institute of Technology)
  2. Developing Machine-Assisted Analysis of Engineering Students' Ethics Course Assignments [view paper] Dr. Roman Taraban (Texas Tech University), Mr. Mark Stephen LaCour Jr. (Texas Tech University), Dr. William M. Marcy P.E. (Texas Tech University), and Mr. Richard A. Burgess II (Texas Tech University)
  3. Helping Engineering and Computer Science Students Find Joy in Their Work [view paper] Dr. Kenneth W. Van Treuren (Baylor University), Ms. Cynthia C. Fry (Baylor University), Dr. William M. Jordan (Baylor University), and Mr. John Edward Miller (Baylor University)
There are currently 30 registrants interested in attending
Technical · Engineering Technology Division
Sun. June 25, 2017 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
Room A123, Columbus Convention Center
Session Description

Topics related to curricula in ETD

  1. Moderated by Oai Ha and Dr. Carl Whitesel
Papers Presented
  1. Incorporating Engineering Design Content in an Engineering Technology Curriculum [view paper] Dr. Nebil Buyurgan (Missouri State University), Kevin M. Hubbard Ph.D. (Missouri State University), and Dr. Martin Price Jones (Missouri State Univiversity)
  2. A Journey to Integrate Spatial Visualization into Community College Engineering and Technology Programs to Increase Student Diversity and Retention [view paper] Mr. Kenneth Paul Grimes (Tidewater Community College) and Ms. Sally Wells Daniel (Tidewater Community College)
  3. Engineering Technology Curriculum Development using a Seven Step Backward Design Formalism [view paper] Dr. Soumitra Basu (Fitchburg State University)
  4. Reinventing a Computer Technology Curriculum to Meet the Needs of Students and Future Employers [view paper] Prof. Troy Harding (Kansas State University, Polytechnic Campus), Prof. Thomas E. Mertz (Kansas State University, Polytechnic Campus), Dr. William E. Genereux (Kansas State University, Polytechnic Campus), Ms. Sue A. Guzek (Kansas State University, Salina), and Prof. Timothy Bower (Kansas State University, Polytechnic Campus)
  5. A New Online Master of Engineering in Technical Management [view paper] Dr. Behbood Ben Zoghi (Texas A&M University)
There are currently 18 registrants interested in attending
Technical · First-Year Programs Division
Sun. June 25, 2017 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
Room A211, Columbus Convention Center
Session Description

Retention is one of the major issues we face as first-year engineering educators. What steps can we take to prevent our students from losing confidence in their ability to succeed as engineers? This is the second of two sessions that will examine this topic.

  1. Moderated by Dr. Robin A.M Hensel and Dr. Cynthia Helen Carlson PE P.E.
Papers Presented
  1. Relationship Between The Number of Reasons Students Cited To Study Engineering and Their Retention and Graduation Rates [view paper] Mr. Paa Kwasi Adusei (University of Cincinnati), Dr. Nora Honken (University of Cincinnati), and Dr. Patricia A. Ralston (University of Louisville)
  2. Classroom Belonging and Student Performance in the Introductory Engineering Classroom [view paper] Dr. Mark Schar (Stanford University), Sophia Lerner Pink (Stanford University), Kayla Powers (Stanford University), Mr. Adrian Piedra (Stanford University), Ms. Shivani Alexandra Torres (Stanford University), Mr. Kai Jun Chew (Stanford University), and Dr. Sheri Sheppard (Stanford University)
  3. Exploring Engineering Identity in a Common Introduction to Engineering Course to Improve Retention [view paper] Dr. Michele Yatchmeneff (University of Alaska Anchorage) and Dr. Matthew Calhoun (University of Alaska Anchorage)
  4. Effect of Cohorts on Student Retention in Engineering [view paper] Dr. Patricia R. Backer (San Jose State University) and Ms. Cindy Kato (Affiliation unknown)
  5. First-Year Engineering Students' Perceptions of their Abilities to Succeed [view paper] Dr. Tanya Dugat Wickliff (Texas A&M University), Dr. Noemi V. Mendoza Diaz (Texas A&M University), Dr. Jacques C. Richard (Texas A&M University), and Dr. So Yoon Yoon (Texas A&M University)
There are currently 89 registrants interested in attending
Technical · Industrial Engineering Division, Engineering Economy Division, and Engineering Management Division
Sun. June 25, 2017 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
Room A223, Columbus Convention Center
Session Description

The focus of this session provides a broad perspective to IE education.

For those interested in: Academia-Industry Connections, Advocacy and Policy, and New Members
Papers Presented
  1. An Industrial Engineering Design Experience Reflecting upon Moral Development and Wellbeing [view paper] Dr. Cristina D. Pomales-Garcia (University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez campus) and Prof. Christopher Papadopoulos (University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez campus)
  2. Engineeering the Accreditation Process [view paper] Dr. Susan O. Schall (SOS Consulting, LLC)
  3. Enhancing Ergonomic Design Skills among Undergraduate Students by Integrating Computer Aided Design and Digital Human Modeling [view paper] Dr. Faisal Aqlan (Pennsylvania State University, Erie (Behrend College)), Prof. Yuan-Han "Rick" Huang (Pennsylvania State University, Erie (Behrend College)), Dr. E. George Walters III P.E. (Pennsylvania State University, Erie (Behrend College)), and Dr. Osama T. Al Meanazel (The Hashemite University)
  4. Industrial Engineering Beyond Numbers: Optimizing under Ethics [view paper] Dr. Alejandro Salado (Virginia Tech)
There are currently 32 registrants interested in attending
Panel · Engineering Physics and Physics Division, Energy Conversion and Conservation Division, Environmental Engineering Division, Entrepreneurship & Engineering Innovation Division, Graduate Studies Division, Community Engagement Division, Construction Engineering Division, and Mechanics Division
Sun. June 25, 2017 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
Room A113, Columbus Convention Center
Session Description

This session provides the current trend in energy system innovation and the environment-related issues, and covers the following:
• Energy system innovation education in engineering programs
• Engineering and physics-related activities for understanding of energy system innovation
• Environmental issues in implementing the innovative energy system
• Involvement of engineering and physics undergraduate/graduates in the energy innovation field
• Energy system innovation impact on future energy requirements

For those interested in: Academia-Industry Connections, Advocacy and Policy, Broadening Participation in Engineering and Engineering Technology, K-12, and New Members
  1. Moderated by Prof. Genaro Zavala and Prof. Inci Ruzybayev
Speakers
  1. Dr. Ramanitharan Kandiah P.E.

    Central State University

    Associate Professor of Environmental Engineering
    International Center for Water Resources Management
    105 C. J. Mc Lin Center
    Central State University

  2. Prof. AVINASH C SHARMA

    Professor of Physics
    & Director - Coordnation
    GGS Indraprastha University,
    Sector-16/c, Dwarka, Delhi-110 075 (India)
    -----
    Former Dean School of Basic Applied Sciences/ 2004-08
    Former Director, Academic Affairs / 2009-11

  3. Dr. Bala Maheswaran

    Northeastern University

    College of Engineering
    367 Snell Engineering Center
    Boston, MA 02115

There are currently 41 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 25, 2017 1:15 PM to 2:15 PM
Regency Ballroom , Hyatt Regency Columbus
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Are you a new member? A first-time attendee? Join your friends, colleagues and the ASEE Board of Directors at this special luncheon.

Here we will discuss an overview of the conference and benefits of membership

Anyone who joined ASEE for the first time since January 1, 2017 and/or is a First-time Annual Conference attendee is eligible to attend

There are currently 248 registrants interested in attending
Business · Computers in Education Division
Sun. June 25, 2017 2:30 PM to 3:45 PM
Knox, Hyatt Regency Columbus
Session Description

This is a meeting for current COED officers only to discuss the upcoming conference, as well as pressing items of business prior to the main business meeting. Topics to be discussed by the current officers include bylaws revisions, the state of the journal, and other relevant topics. The meeting is only intended for currently elected officers and directors of the division.

There are currently 6 registrants interested in attending
Technical · Design in Engineering Education Division
Sun. June 25, 2017 2:30 PM to 3:45 PM
Room A113, Columbus Convention Center
  1. Moderated by Dr. Elise Barrella
Papers Presented
  1. An Exploratory Study of Power Dynamics and Feedback in Design Reviews [view paper] Mitchell Cieminski (Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering) and Dr. Alexandra Coso Strong (Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering)
  2. Approaches to Coaching Students in Design Reviews [view paper] Dr. Robin Adams (Purdue University, West Lafayette (College of Engineering)), Mr. Tiago R. Forin (Rowan University), and Cole H. Joslyn (Purdue University, West Lafayette (College of Engineering))
  3. Development and Use of a Client Interaction Rubric for Formative Assessment [view paper] Dr. John K. Estell (Ohio Northern University) and Prof. Susannah Howe (Smith College)
  4. Integration and Evaluation of Peer Grading in a Graduate-level Engineering Design Course [view paper] Elissa Morris (Texas A&M University) and Dr. Daniel A. McAdams (Texas A&M University)
  5. Students' Self-regulation in a Senior Capstone Design Context: A Comparison Between Mechanical and Biological Engineering Design Projects [view paper] Andreas Febrian (Utah State University, Engineering Education) and Dr. Oenardi Lawanto (Utah State University)
  6. plus 1 more paper
There are currently 105 registrants interested in attending
Business · Educational Research and Methods Division
Sun. June 25, 2017 2:30 PM to 3:45 PM
Clark , Hyatt Regency Columbus
Session Description

FIE planning committee meeting.

There are currently 7 registrants interested in attending
Technical · Electrical and Computer Division
Sun. June 25, 2017 2:30 PM to 3:45 PM
Room B233, Columbus Convention Center
  1. Moderated by Dr. Cory J. Prust
Papers Presented
  1. Development of an Experimental Platform for Analysis of Cyber Attacks on the Power Grid [view paper] Mr. James Dylan Kollmer (Temple University), Mr. Robert Sambuca Irwin (Temple University), Dr. Saroj K. Biswas (Temple University), Walid Saad (Virginia Tech), Dr. Arif I. Sarwat (Florida International University), and Dr. Li Bai (Temple University)
  2. Does Performance-Based Assessment in an Introductory Circuits Laboratory Improve Student Learning? [view paper] Dr. Benjamin David McPheron (Roger Williams University), Mallory Zerena McPheron DPT (OPT Physical Therapy), and Dr. Charles R. Thomas (Roger Williams University)
  3. Sample-Based Understanding of Wireless Transceivers and Digital Transmission Via Software-Defined Radio [view paper] Prof. Alexander M. Wyglinski (Worcester Polytechnic Institute), Mr. Travis Fredrick Collins (Worcester Polytechnic Institute), and Robin Getz (Analog Devices)
  4. Implementation of a Common Content-Based Assessment for Experiment-Centric Pedagogy in Three HBCU ECE Programs [view paper] Prof. Kenneth A. Connor (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute), Dr. Yacob Astatke (Morgan State University), Dr. Dianna Newman (University at Albany-SUNY), Kathy Ann Gullie Ph.D. (University at Albany/SUNY), Dr. Mohamed F. Chouikha (Howard University), Dr. John Kelly (North Carolina A&T State University), Dr. Abdelnasser A. Eldek (Jackson State University), and Dr. Otsebele E. Nare (Hampton University)
There are currently 28 registrants interested in attending
Technical · Energy Conversion and Conservation Division
Sun. June 25, 2017 2:30 PM to 3:45 PM
Room B143, Columbus Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event

For those interested in: Academia-Industry Connections and Advocacy and Policy
  1. Moderated by Dr. Paul F. Penko P.E. and Dr. Kenneth W. Van Treuren
Papers Presented
  1. Development of a Web-based Decision Tool for Selection of Distributed Energy Resources and Systems (DERS) for Moving College and Corporate Campuses Toward Net-Zero Energy [view paper] Dr. Christopher J. Damm (Milwaukee School of Engineering), Mr. Wesley A. Zloza (Milwaukee School of Engineering), Mr. Samuel Jaroslav Stafl (Milwaukee School of Engineering ), and Brent Radlinger (Affiliation unknown)
  2. Using Industrial Test Equipment in an Undergraduate Electrical Machinery Lab Setting [view paper] Dr. Glenn T. Wrate P.E. (Northern Michigan University) and Joe Routhier (Northern Michigan University)
  3. 100 Percent Renewable Energy for Pennsylvania via Solar, Wind, and Water [view paper] Dr. Rajarajan Subramanian (Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg) and Dr. Fazil T. Najafi (University of Florida)
  4. Modeling the Effect of Renewable Energy and Smart Appliances in Energy Reduction of Residential Homes Using GridLab-D [view paper] Mr. Nitt Chuenprateep (University of the District of Columbia), Mr. Warren Orlando Abrams (University of the District of Columbia), Alicia Marshall (University of the District of Columbia), and Dr. Sasan Haghani (University of the District of Columbia)
There are currently 17 registrants interested in attending
Technical · Pre-College Engineering Education Division
Sun. June 25, 2017 2:30 PM to 3:45 PM
Room B141, Columbus Convention Center
Session Description

Authors will share results from research into how perceptions can shape attitudes and impact persistence in pursuing a career in engineering.

For those interested in: Broadening Participation in Engineering and Engineering Technology and K-12
  1. Moderated by Dr. Martha Cyr
Papers Presented
  1. The Essence of Scientific and Engineering Thinking and Tools to Promote It [view paper] Prof. Osman Yasar (State University of New York, Brockport), Dr. Jose Maliekal (State University of New York, Brockport), Dr. Peter Veronesi (State University of New York, Brockport), and Dr. Leigh J. Little (State University of New York, Brockport)
  2. Relationships between Self-efficacy and STEM Knowledge Exam Scores in a Short-term Intervention Program: A Pilot Study [view paper] Mr. Tony McClary (New Mexico State University, College of Engineering), Dr. Patricia A. Sullivan (New Mexico State University), Dr. Steven J. Stochaj (New Mexico State University), Prof. Luis Antonio Vazquez Ph.D. (New Mexico State University), Dr. Karen Trujillo (New Mexico State University ), and John Kulpa (New Mexico State University)
  3. Native Spanish-Speaking Adolescents' Information Gathering Processes While Solving Problems through Engineering [view paper] Dr. Amy Wilson-Lopez (Utah State University, Teacher Education and Leadership), Dr. Michael D. Boatright (Western Carolina University), and Mr. Garret Craig Rose (Utah State Board of Education )
  4. Scientists for Tomorrow - A Self-Sustained Initiative to Promote STEM in Out-of-School Time Frameworks in Under-served Community-Based Organizations: Evaluation and Lessons Learned [view paper] Mr. Marcelo Caplan (Columbia College Chicago)
  5. High School Extracurricular Activities and Camps Related to Engineering, Math and Science: Do They Help Retention and Performance in Engineering? (Fundamental) [view paper] Dr. Nora Honken (University of Cincinnati) and Dr. Patricia A. Ralston (University of Louisville)
There are currently 73 registrants interested in attending
Business · Council of Sections
Sun. June 25, 2017 2:30 PM to 3:45 PM
Taft B, Hyatt Regency Columbus
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Zone II Business Meeting

There are currently 10 registrants interested in attending
Business · Council of Sections
Sun. June 25, 2017 2:30 PM to 3:45 PM
Taft C, Hyatt Regency Columbus
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Zone III Business Meeting

There are currently 8 registrants interested in attending
Business · Council of Sections
Sun. June 25, 2017 2:30 PM to 3:45 PM
Taft D, Hyatt Regency Columbus
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Zone IV Business Meeting

There are currently 16 registrants interested in attending
Business · Council of Sections
Sun. June 25, 2017 2:30 PM to 3:45 PM
Taft A, Hyatt Regency Columbus
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Zone 1 Business Meeting

There are currently 9 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 25, 2017 2:30 PM to 3:45 PM
Room A110 , Columbus Convention Center
Session Description

Are you aware that ABET has an Academic Advisory Council (AAC)? Did you know that the AAC represents all four ABET commissions? Provosts, deans, and chairs from a variety of institutions across the U.S. populate the AAC. It is one of three councils that provide recommendations to the ABET board of directors on issues of importance, particularly to the academic community. This listening session will highlight the impactful work of the AAC, review its current initiatives, and invite you to present topics and issues for the AAC to consider working on to make meaningful and helpful changes to the ABET processes and practices.

There are currently 30 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 25, 2017 5:45 PM to 7:15 PM
Exhibit Hall A & B , Columbus Convention Center
There are currently 347 registrants interested in attending
Social · Aerospace Division
Sun. June 25, 2017 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Union A, Hyatt Regency Columbus
Session Description

Free ticketed event
The annual Campus Reps Reception to honor the 2016-2017 Spread the Word recruitment campaign winners.

There are currently 58 registrants interested in attending
Social · ASEE Headquarters
Mon. June 26, 2017 6:30 AM to 7:30 AM
Arnold (Schwarzenegger) Stature
N. High St. in front of the Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Looking for people to run or walk outdoors with? Don’t know the local scene?

Meet up with your colleagues at the Arnold (Schwarzenegger) statue on N. High St. in front of the convention center at 6:30 am and we’ll head out on a group run/walk highlighting the Scioto Mile, which contains more than 175 acres of active greenspace along the Scioto River in the heart of Columbus. Pace and distance will be determined based on attendee preference; there will be at least one walking group and one running group available. All runners and walkers are welcome!

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There are currently 44 registrants interested in attending
Hq · ASEE Headquarters
Mon. June 26, 2017 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Exhibit Hall A & B , Columbus Convention Center
There are currently 5 registrants interested in attending

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