Papers presented at ASEE conferences may be posted in university repositories and republished or excerpted in other publications provided the citation makes clear that ASEE holds the copyright. A typical citation should read as follows:
©(Year of Conference) American Society for Engineering Education. ASEE (Annual Conference or Section Conference) Proceedings, (date), (city and state where the conference was held).
The Aerospace Division of ASEE invites full-length and work-in-progress papers for the 2018 Annual Conference and Exposition (June 24-27, 2018, Salt Lake City, Utah). Educators as well as engineers and scientists in industry from across the world are invited to submit current papers on any relevant topic in aeronautical and aerospace engineering and technology education.
The Aerospace Division will accept student papers that are authored and presented by students. It is possible for a faculty member to serve as a co-author. Qualified papers will be considered for the Aerospace Division Student Paper Awards. Each award will consist of a certificate and a stipend.
The Aerospace Division will accept work-in-progress (short) papers that report on partially complete activities in any of the areas listed. Authors will have an opportunity to choose the work-in-progress designation at the time of submitting abstracts.
1. Engineering Epistemologies (research on what constitutes engineering thinking and knowledge within social contexts now and into the future)
----> professional development of aerospace engineers
----> aerospace systems engineering
----> Integration of professional skills into an aerospace engineering course
2. Engineering Learning Mechanisms (research on engineering learners’ developing knowledge and competencies in context)
----> aircraft and/or spacecraft design education
----> capstone and/or student industry experiences
----> hands-on experiences (which may include laboratory classes)
----> educational activities that are done outside the classroom to enhance aerospace students educational experience
----> integration of CubeSats or nanosats projects into the curriculum
3. Engineering Learning Systems (research on the instructional culture, institutional infrastructure, and epistemology of engineering educators)
----> effective and innovative teaching and projects in any and all aerospace courses
4. Engineering Diversity and Inclusiveness (research on how diverse human talents contribute solutions to the social and global challenges and relevance of our profession)
----> P-12 outreach
----> student persistence in aerospace engineering
5. Engineering Assessment (research on, and the development of, assessment methods, instruments, and metrics to inform engineering education practice and learning)
----> aerospace engineering curriculum development or assessment
6. Other topics of interest to the aerospace division community
Submission tips and guidelines
Abstracts and papers will be double-blind peer reviewed and judged based on the level of innovation, technical merit, demonstrated outcomes, and relevance to advancing aeronautical and aerospace engineering and technology education as appropriate. Special sessions, such as panel discussions, are encouraged but should be discussed directly with the program chair prior to abstract submission. Please refer to the Author's Kit, available at the ASEE Annual Conference web site, for additional information.
Questions regarding the abstract or paper submission can be directed to the Aerospace Division Program Chair, Dr. Sharan Asundi, by email: email@example.com.
ASEE DIVERSITY COMMITTEE CALL FOR PAPERS
The ASEE Diversity Committee (ADC) invites papers for oral presentation at the 2018 Annual Conference and Exposition in Salt Lake City, Utah. We invite paper submissions on any topic relevant to diversity, equity, and inclusion in engineering and related sectors across industry, government, and academia.
The ADC is especially interested in papers addressing diversity topics that are not the focus of other ASEE divisions (see the full call for papers for other divisions' topics). We also invite papers that take institutional, non-discipline specific, or theoretical perspectives. Possible topics, across all levels of education and practice of the engineering profession, include:
• Diversifying the term ‘diversity’ – embracing visible and invisible difference to create a more inclusive culture
• Discussion or development of theory related to inclusive culture
• Diversity, equity and inclusion as keys to innovation and competitive advantage
• Diversity, equity and inclusion as keys to a well-prepared engineering workforce
• Institutional considerations or approaches for creating an inclusive culture
• Supporting students from traditionally underserved or uncounted groups including, but not limited to LGBTQ, low income / first generation, and persons with disabilities
• Faculty development, especially in a non-discipline specific way
• Intersectional approaches to understanding or taking action on inclusion
• Creating an inclusive classroom
The ADC will also accept requests for special sessions offered as part of the technical program such as panels, interactive discussion, or workshop sessions. If you have interest in submitting a session of this type, contact the Program Chair for a special application that must be submitted directly to the Program Sub-committee. We recommend submitting an abstract and paper to support the historical record for any proposed special session.
All ADC technical sessions are Publish and Review to Present. By submitting an abstract for a paper or other session request, authors agree to review at least one other abstract and paper.
Paper abstracts should be less than 500 words and submitted via the Monolith system prior to the ASEE deadline. Acceptance of an abstract will result in an invitation to submit a full paper. Papers will be peer reviewed and judged on the degree of innovation, intellectual merit, described outcomes or impact, and relevance to diversity, equity and inclusion. Papers submitted to the ADC through this call will be eligible for nomination for Best Diversity Paper.
ASEE uses double-blind review for abstracts and papers. Until final papers are uploaded all references to the author(s) and their institution should be redacted in some way. Citations that would identify the author(s) should state "details withheld for review" in the bibliography. Other formatting and technical guidelines are found in the Author's Kit at the 2018 ASEE Conference website. ALL Authors must review the Kit guidelines prior to submission to be certain to meet all requirements.
Note: This call for papers is separate from the request to ASEE division program chairs for nominations for Best Diversity Paper. Those nominated papers should be processed and presented within their original division, in addition to being forwarded to the ADC for consideration in the Best Diversity Paper competition.
For more information, contact the ADC 2018 Program Chair:
Susan Walden, PhD
Engineering Dean's Office
University of Oklahoma, Norman Campus
The Continuing Professional Development Division (CPDD) invites you to submit abstracts for papers and associated presentations at the 2018 ASEE Annual conference on topics especially relevant to providing continuing educational opportunities to working professionals beyond traditional on-campus programs. Categories of particular interest to the Division include innovative teaching pedagogies and assessment methodologies, case studies and best practices in serving the educational needs of practicing engineers, understanding and measuring return on investment for continuing education, creative university-industry educational partnerships, faculty professional development, and applications of technology to enhance and expand continuing education programs.
Topics of special interest to the Division for this year’s ASEE Annual Conference include:
• New and Innovative Programs and Courses for the Professional Workforce
• Best Practices in the Design of Courses and Programs for Working Professionals
• Efficiencies in the Administration of Continuing Professional Development Programs
• Defining and Measuring the Return on Investment of Continuing Professional Development
• Synergy Between Teaching Traditional Students Face-to-Face and Practicing Engineers
• Best Practices in Supporting Faculty Development for Teaching Adult Professional Learners
• Support for professionals transitioning from industry to a higher education faculty or
• Using Learning Analytics in Assessment and Improvement of Continuing Professional
• International Engineering Education Expansion and Collaboration
• Facilitating and Managing Collaborative Teams Online
• Best Practices in Promoting Faculty-Student Interaction in Online Courses
• Social Media and Mobile Learning in Continuing Professional Development Courses and
The CPD Division accepts works in progress as well as completed studies. Authors should indicate Work in Progress in the title of their abstracts and papers.
Abstracts and draft papers are reviewed using a double-blind process. Submissions of both abstracts and draft papers are not to include any identifying information regarding authorship or institutional affiliation; failure to comply with this directive may result in the rejection of the submission. Please refer to the Author’s Kit, available at the ASEE Annual Conference web site, for a copy of the official Abstract and Paper Format Guidelines. All submissions are expected to adhere to these specified formatting requirements. Additionally, abstracts must not exceed one full page of text. Please note that abstract acceptance does not guarantee paper acceptance. Abstracts and papers will be judged based on relevance to the division and the topics described in this call as well as the level of interest to the ASEE community, quality of writing, and ability to engage conference participants.
For more information contact the 2018 Continuing Professional Development Division Program Chair: Douglas Ernie, University of Minnesota, 612-625-9802, firstname.lastname@example.org.
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS, ASEE 2018 (SALT LAKE CITY, UT): EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH AND METHODS DIVISION
The Educational Research and Methods Division (ERM) seeks paper and workshop proposals on topics related to ERM’s primary objectives: dissemination of knowledge on learning and teaching; encouragement of efforts to improve instruction through development of innovative materials and techniques, sound instructional design, and improved evaluation methodology; and enhancement of the status of teaching in the university and beyond.
It is expected that the author(s) of a submission will support the Division by reviewing both abstracts and manuscripts submitted for the Annual Conference.
There are three types of submissions: Paper, Workshop, and Panel of Invited Speakers.
Papers: Manuscripts that further the ERM Division objective stated above. There are four types of papers that will be considered:
• Work in Progress (WIP) Paper: studies at an early to intermediate stage for which authors are seeking feedback from the community.
• Research Paper: Research studies, including relevant prior work and literature citations, methodology, and research results.
• Theory Paper: Review or theory-focused paper; must include relevant prior work and literature citations.
• Evidence-Based Practice Paper: Instruction-focused paper about an educational project and its implications for engineering educators; must include relevant prior work and literature citations, methodology, and assessment results.
The deadline for papers is October 16, while the deadline for workshops and special sessions is October 8.
2018 ASEE Annual Conference Call for Papers
The Engineering Ethics Division invites abstracts for papers for the 2018 ASEE Annual Conference to be held in Salt Lake City this coming June 24-27. Diverse areas of interest and topics related to engineering ethics are welcomed.
Abstracts should be approximately 300-500 words in length and include the following information: a clear statement of objective, the relevance of the work to ethics, analysis and/or assessment methods, results or findings, and next steps. All abstracts must be submitted via the ASEE Monolith system and will be peer reviewed. Abstract submission opens on September 5, 2017. The deadline for abstract submission is in mid-October 2017.
The ASEE annual conference has a publish-to-present policy. Only authors of accepted abstracts will be invited to prepare a full paper for peer review, publication in the conference proceedings, and presentation. To be accepted, abstracts (and follow-on papers, if invited) must demonstrate an appropriate level of scholarship.
The Engineering Ethics Division is pleased to accept works-in-progress (WIP) papers to be presented in a poster session. Proposals for works-in-progress papers must include “WIP” in the title of the abstract.
All published papers are eligible for the division’s best paper award. The award will be presented at the division’s business meeting, which will be held during the ASEE Annual Conference. The best paper from the division will be then be considered for best paper award within the ASEE Professional Interest Council IV.
Call for Workshops and Special Sessions:
The Engineering Ethics Division also seeks proposals for ethics-related workshops and special sessions for the 2018 annual conference. Workshops are presentations on an ethics-related topic of interest to engineering/engineering technology and teaching professionals. Workshops are normally presented on the Sunday immediately preceding the conference. Workshop presenters are required to cover the cost of the workshop and are therefore encouraged to supplement workshop fees with appropriate extramural grants and subsidies. (Please note that even after accepting a proposal, the program chair may cancel any workshop that becomes likely to incur a financial loss to the division.) Special sessions can be either a group of four or five related papers on a topic of significance or a panel of several distinguished experts. Please contact the division’s program chair to discuss pre-conference workshops and/or special session proposals.
The Engineering Ethics Division also welcomes and encourages student work. Authors are encouraged to advise the program chair of papers having student authorship.
For more information about the submission process, please refer to the call for papers at: https://www.asee.org/conferences-and-events/conferences/annual-conference/2018/conference-overview.
Please review the ASEE LEAD division call for papers pdf for details.
The Engineering Libraries Division (ELD) of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) is seeking abstracts for consideration for presentation at the 2018 Annual Conference & Exposition in Salt Lake City, Utah, June 24th to June 27th. ELD accepts abstracts for full-length presentations and posters and welcomes abstracts from or joint presentations with members of other divisions. Topics of interest include, but are not interested to:
• Open educational resources
• Basics of engineering librarianship for new librarians
• Electronic resources in engineering
• Collection development in the age of PDA, DDA, and EBA
• Flexible learning
• Teaching engineering information to non-engineers
• Recruiting new engineering librarians and
• Marketing and outreach activities
Papers on inclusion are also always welcome; to qualify for the Society’s Best Diversity Paper, diversity and inclusion must be the focus of the paper. An author kit will be available on the Society and Division website shortly. Please direct any questions to Willie Baer, ELD Program Chair, at email@example.com.
The Engineering Management Division (EMD) of ASEE seeks papers (abstracts) for presentation at the 2018 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition in Salt Lake City, Utah – June 24-27. Papers in all areas of engineering management education will be considered.
Topics may include any applications of engineering management as it relates to education and the development of future engineering managers. All topics in the Engineering Management Body of Knowledge (EMBOK) are welcome including, but not limited to: Leadership and Organizational Management, Strategic Planning, Financial Resource Management, Project Management, Supply Chain Management, Management of Technology, etc. Suggested topics in education include, but are not limited to: engineering management program organization, approaches to outcome assessment and program/course effectiveness, workplace applications of engineering management skills and concepts with educational implications (including academic-industry collaboration), engineering management education success stories, innovative teaching practices in engineering management, and asynchronous or synchronous learning networks. Special consideration will be given to papers which address issues of education to the Engineering Management discipline.
All submissions to the division will be considered for the EMD Best Paper Award. This award will be announced at the division dinner and includes a framed award certificate. In addition, all presentations made during the conference will be considered for the EMD Best Presentation Award, which will be announced following the conference and recognized at the division dinner during the next annual conference.
The EMD accepts work in progress (WIP) papers per ASEE guidelines. These papers should appeal to a large section of the EMD audience and reflect educational research that is innovative in nature. The paper should focus on the purpose, hypotheses, and potential methodologies of the proposed research. The EMD expects that WIP papers will be approximately four pages in length and will receive reduced presentation time compared to full conference papers. The title of WIP papers should begin with “Work in Progress:”.
Submitted abstracts should be 200 - 300 words in length and will be peer-reviewed. The abstract should provide a clear statement of the work's objective and its relevance to engineering management education.
Authors submitting to EMD will be asked to review both papers and abstracts for the division. Those who are unable to fulfill this commitment by the timelines required may have their own papers rejected by the session chair, regardless of paper quality. EMD is a publish-to-present division. Both abstracts and papers must be accepted to present at the conference.
All abstract and paper submissions will be handled electronically through Monolith. Submissions must be completed electronically, and due dates and times indicated on the ASEE website must be met without exception. For additional information including deadlines and guidelines, refer to: http://www.asee.org for the upcoming 2018 conference in Salt Lake City, Utah.
For more information, please contact the Engineering Management Division Program Chair, Dr. Beth Cudney, below are contact details:
Beth Cudney, Ph.D.
Engineering Management and Systems Engineering
Missouri University of Science and Technology
The ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND ENGINEERING INNOVATION DIVISION (ENT) invites abstracts for papers to be presented at the 2018 ASEE Annual Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah, June 24-27, 2018. The submission and review process is blind; do not include names of authors or institutions within the title or body of the Abstract. Abstracts are generally 250-500 words.
If an abstract is accepted, authors are invited to submit a full draft paper. Draft papers are reviewed and either accepted, accepted with further revisions, or rejected. If accepted, at least one author must pay the appropriate ASEE registration fees and attend the conference to present the paper. The ENT Division is Publish to Present. As in previous years, monetary awards are given to authors of the Entrepreneurship and Engineering Innovation Division best papers. These awards are presented at the division reception held during the ASEE Conference.
Papers that address the following themes are invited:
1. Student Learning
a. Teaching innovation or entrepreneurship as part of an engineering program
b. Integrating innovation or entrepreneurship into core engineering courses
c. Learning environments that foster innovation and entrepreneurship
d. Engineering education and the entrepreneurial/innovative mindset
e. Assessment of entrepreneurship and innovation competencies
f. Entrepreneurial and innovative internships and co-op experiences
2. Diversity and Global Issues
a. Enhancing diversity via entrepreneurship and innovation education
b. Entrepreneurship and innovation as a means to empower underrepresented groups within engineering education
c. Ethics associated with entrepreneurship and innovation education
d. Engineering entrepreneurship/innovation in developing economies
e. Sustainable entrepreneurship/innovation related issues and programs
3. Faculty and Programs
a. New innovation and entrepreneurship programs and program models
b. Strategies to teach innovative and entrepreneurial engineers
c. Developing entrepreneurial and innovative faculty
d. Cross campus collaboration beyond engineering (business, humanities, etc.)
e. Assessment of innovation and entrepreneurship courses and programs
We encourage papers that include either a quantitative or a qualitative research approach. All abstracts and papers must be submitted through ASEE’s Monolith system. Conference and submission information is available through the main ASEE website: https://www.asee.org . If you have questions on ENT papers or activities, please contact:
Dr. Thomas James, Program Chair, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Nassif Rayess, Program Chair-Elect, University of Detroit Mercy, email@example.com
2018 ASEE ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Liberal Education / Engineering & Society (LEES) Division Call for Papers
The Liberal Education/Engineering & Society (LEES) Division invites abstracts for papers and poster proposals for full sessions, panel discussions, and innovative session formats for the ASEE Annual Conference, June 24-27, 2018 in Salt Lake City, Utah.
LEES provides a diverse and dynamic forum for those concerned with integrating the humanities, arts, and social sciences into engineering education and emphasizing the connectedness between the technical and non-technical dimensions of engineering learning and work. The division is dedicated to helping engineers develop professional skills in areas such as communication, teamwork, ethical and professional responsibility, and lifelong learning and to situating engineering within the larger social, historical, political, and cultural contexts that shape and are shaped by technological development. We welcome engineers as well as non-engineers and encourage researchers in STS (Science, Technology, and Society/Science and Technology Studies) to contribute the division.
LEES welcomes proposals related to any of the diverse areas that fall within the broad scope of our division as delineated above. We are particularly interested in facilitating conversations across divisions of ASEE in areas such as the following:
• “Professional skills,” both ways of assessing them and differences in the way they are understood and developed in different contexts
• Diversity and inclusion in all their many forms (age, ethnicity, sexual identity, disability, disciplinary, etc.) as practices and subjects of research
• The human dimension of engineering, including social psychology, user studies, listening and negotiation, peer review, engineering cultures, and student motivation
• Mindfulness, empathy, and reflection as components of engineering innovation, education, and practice
• Social justice, social responsibility, and sustainability
• The role of technology in promoting and undermining democratic ideals and social cohesion
• Lifeview/Workview integration and careers in engineering
• Putting engineering education reform efforts in historical perspective
All paper submissions are publish‐to‐present. Submissions may include research reports, classroom applications, exploratory topics, and works in progress. We encourage review papers that synthesize and identify trends in research of interest to the division. Papers published through LEES in the conference proceedings are typically 5-15 pages long and include a substantial literature review.
The first step in proposing a paper is to submit an abstract by October 16, 2017. Abstracts should be 250-500 words long. We recommend that abstracts include at least a few references/sources that connect the material proposed to previous relevant work, including previous papers presented at ASEE conferences. If you have further questions or would like to submit a panel, full (or partial) session, or non‐traditional session proposal for the 2018 ASEE Annual Conference, please contact the LEES Program Chair, Kay Neeley, University of Virginia, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Call for Papers – ASEE Manufacturing Division
ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Salt Lake City, Utah, June 24 - 27, 2018
The Manufacturing Division of the American Society for Engineering Education invites abstract submissions for the 2018 ASEE Annual Conference. Papers and presentations related to manufacturing education, practice and assessment in all areas of manufacturing, with particular attention to new and emerging topics of manufacturing education will be considered. Submissions must include content related to educational issues. Suggested topics include, but are not limited to:
• Design and development of innovative
learning materials and teaching strategies for
• Advances in additive, hybrid, distributed and direct digital manufacturing for education
• Four‐pillars of manufacturing engineering
• Implementation of new technology into
manufacturing education, such as
manufacturing, automation and robotics,
additive manufacturing, energy manufacturing, and digital manufacturing
• Integration of current issues into
manufacturing education, such as
globalization, lean/green manufacturing,
alternative energy resources, supply chain, smart manufacturing facilities, IOT, Industry 4.0
• Implementation of sustainability into
manufacturing education, such as materials, sustainable product/process design, energy efficiency, waste recycle, life cycle assessment, and emerging potentials
• Implementation of instructional technology
such as simulation tools, virtual, remote labs
and distance learning
• Integration of research and development into manufacturing programs
• Industry‐based projects and capstone
• STEM integration in the classroom, laboratory, and projects from design to prototype and manufacturing
• P16 STEM projects and integration of
manufacturing engineering into K‐12
• Entrepreneurship and engineering innovation
• Government policy and manufacturing
• ABET and ATMAE Accreditation related topics
• Successful stories and best practices in Manufacturing Innovation
Another topic on Make It! This hands-on session is organized by the Manufacturing Division and supported by other divisions of the ASEE. Poster presentations include 3D printed models, artistic works, fun projects, robotics, and unique materials. Eclectic and multidisciplinary submissions are encouraged. A paper is required but may be written in the form of a how-to that allows others to reproduce the work. Abstracts for this session should begin with the word 'MAKER:' in upper case. This is an excellent venue for personal hobbies and student projects.
The ASEE Manufacturing Division is a publish-to-present division which selects an overall best division presentation and overall best division paper. A certificate or plaque will be provided to awardees. Specific information about deadlines and guidelines will be available at https://www.asee.org/conferences-and-events/conferences. Questions may be directed to the 2017‐2018 ASEE Manufacturing Division Program Chair:
Yalcin Ertekin, PhD, CQE, CMfgE
Associate Clinical Professor
Assistant Department Head for Undergraduate Studies
Department of Engineering Technology
College of Engineering, Drexel University
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Tel: 215.571.3875; Email: email@example.com
See Author Guidelines for submitting abstracts
2018 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Salt Lake City, UT -- June 24-27, 2018
Systems Engineering Division (SED) Call for Papers & Proposals
The Systems Engineering Division (SED) promotes systems engineering education and systems thinking at all levels of education, and for different delivery modes including distance education, hybrid and traditional classroom delivery. SED invites abstracts for papers and proposals for an array of sessions such as:
• Multi-paper technical thread/sessions
• Panel discussions
• Distinguished speakers
The SED is looking for submissions that address many aspects of systems engineering education, including but not limited to:
• New or innovative approaches for teaching systems engineering, including project-based, problem-based and/or team-based strategies
• Curricular strategies, advancements and lessons learned to foster systems thinking and systems engineering integration
• Collaborative efforts and initiatives with industry or government partners
• Academic and professional trajectory of systems engineers
• Real-world systems engineering- design, development and implementation
• Integration of systems engineering and systems engineering education across other engineering and non-engineering disciplines/domains
• P-12 systems engineering education and educational outreach
• Implications of ABET EAC changes to teaching systems engineering
• Role of systems engineering education in preparing learners to solve complex problems
• Advancements in systems science and systems theory
• Systems engineering assessment methods, competency development, and certification
• Software-intensive systems engineering, including cloud-based systems
• Use of systems engineering modeling, simulation, methods and tools in the classroom
• Vision, roles and direction for systems engineering education
Submissions are welcome from any discipline that leverage systems engineering principles either to develop curriculum or as part of the curriculum. All paper submissions are publish-to-present. Submission may include classroom applications, exploratory topics, research reports, and works in progress. Abstracts shall be 250-350 words in length. Paper submission is a two-step review process consisting of an abstract submission, review and potential acceptance, followed by a full manuscript submission, review and potential acceptance. Both the abstract and the final paper must be accepted for presentation at the conference and for inclusion in the conference proceedings. At least one author for each paper is required to register for and present the paper at the conference. Submission guidelines and deadlines, along with other pertinent information, are available on the ASEE 2018 Annual Conference website.
For more information, please contact:
Federica Robinson-Bryant, Systems Engineering Division Program Chair, at RobinsoF@erau.edu.
Abstract Submission for the 2018 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition (Salt Lake City, UT) will open September 5, 2017. The deadline for submitting abstracts is October 16, 2017 (23:59 EST).
The WOMEN IN ENGINEERING DIVISION (WIED) is seeking papers for the 2018 ASEE annual conference. Papers are welcome on topics related to women in engineering, computing and/or technology in the United States and/or globally. This includes outreach and recruitment of K-12 students, innovative retention programs for women undergraduate and graduate students and their assessment. Suggested topics include mentoring, recruitment, retention, leadership and professional development for women faculty and administrators (including work/life balance and dual-career issues), workplace climate, universities’ programs, policies or reviews (including Title IX and recent proposed legislation on campus compliance with prevention of sexual violence). Transformative research especially in the social sciences or cognitive sciences that informs the development of impactful and forward-thinking programs and policies are also welcome. Popular sessions at recent conferences have included panels focused on improving the experience of marginalized students on engineering design teams, developing practical skills for men as advocates for gender equity, interactive theater to promote difficult dialogues about inequities in engineering education, managing dual careers, work/life integration issues, and academic leadership strategies. In addition, since it is also the year when ASEE turns 125, papers or panels that trace the history of the Women in Engineering Division or the evolving history of women in engineering are encouraged. If you have ideas for panels and/or would be willing to help organize a panel, please contact the program chair. Panels that can be co-sponsored with other divisions are encouraged.
Authors should submit an abstract of 300 words or less on their paper topic. All ASEE divisions are publish to present. Authors of accepted abstracts must submit a full paper for review and acceptance in order to be included in the WIED program at the conference and in the conference proceedings. Panels must also submit an abstract and may submit a full paper.
For additional information, please contact Sandra D. Eksioglu, WIED Program Chair, Industrial Engineering, Clemson University, 277C Freeman Hall, Clemson, SC-29634, Phone: (864) 6565- 7889, Fax (864) 656-0795, firstname.lastname@example.org.