Complimentary WiFi zone for ASEE attendees.
A closed meeting of the ChED Executive Committee.
Annual meeting of the Civil Engineering Division Executive Board and guests.
Best practices as well as areas for improvement are detailed in this session on workforce development, from both he university and employer perspective.
Planning, execution, and assessment of efforts to enhance capstone (senior) design education.
Papers in this session report on laboratory exercises involving solar energy, chemical vapor deposition processes, fuel cells, and the design of a piezoresitive pressure sensor.
Exploring research on students entering and leaving undergraduate engineering programs.
Research findings from the MEA community.
Everyone is welcome to attend the annual business meeting of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Division. We will address issues of concern to our membership and elect next year's officers.
Interdisciplinary, innnovative, and just plain fun projects in energy. We look at renewables, fuel cells, racing HEVs, and an underground heat pump. This is a great introduction to the exciting new ideas and designs that are making energy a great place to be.
This session will explore the relationship between engineering and public policy. In particular, this session will look at the influence of engineering education on public policy awareness of engineering students.
This session features the presentation of papers addressing innovative instructional designs directed toward guiding students in developing a broader understanding the role of engineering economics and its use in the business decision process.
With the current emphasis on active learning in engineering fields, the ways we present information have changed. Presenters offer different methodologies for teaching ethics at the undergraduate and graduate level, including classroom exercises, distance delivery, and discussion techniques.
This session is for the Civil Department Heads to meet.
Meeting for the Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology Department Heads.
This session is the annual meeting of the Mechanical Engineering Technology Department Heads Association.
Research studies and investigations of first-year courses, learning environments, projects, and our student’s feedback can illuminate ways in which improvements can be made. The papers in this session cover a variety of topics on effectiveness of undergraduate TAs, peer feedback, and measuring traits in engineering students.
This session focuses on innovative methods and approaches for improving graduate education, as well as new graduate programs addressing the needs of industry and research communities.