Conference for Industry and Education Collaboration
The ASEE Conference for Industry and Education Collaboration is organized by College-Industry Partnership Division (CIPD), Continuing Professional Development Division (CPDD), Cooperative and Experiential Education Division (CEED) and Engineering Technology Division (ETD). This annual conference includes workshops, technical sessions, training and a plenary emphasizing the long and mutually beneficial partnerships between education, industry and government.
The 2014 conference theme is “Educating for a Sustainable Future”. CIEC will be held in Savannah, Georgia February 5-7, 2014.
Cooperative and Experiential Education Division (CEED)
This division strives to develop high principles and maintain the integrity of cooperative education throughout academia and industry. The general goals of the division are to foster a better understanding of cooperative education, improving co-op services to employers, and promote cooperative education in engineering and engineering technology to business and industry both national and international. The division also emphasizes professional standards and accreditation of co-op programs. http://ceed.asee.org
College-Industry Partnerships Division (CIPD)
CIPD is an organization that fosters a strong alliance between engineering employers, educators and those interested in promoting partnerships that enhance science and technology. http://cip.asee.org
Continuing Professional Development Division (CPDD)
CPDD fosters the development, delivery and improvement of continuing education in all areas that pertain to allied branches of science, technology, engineering and math. CPDD provides advocacy for and leadership in lifelong learning and it creates opportunities for the exchange of information and expertise among providers and consumers of educational programs. http://cpd.asee.org
Engineering Technology Division (ETD)
ETD has as its principal function the support of individual member interests related to the field of engineering technology. Its membership is composed of public and private two- and four-year engineering technology educators from all over the world as well as representatives from industries that employ engineering technology graduates. http://www.engtech.org