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2014 Engineering Technology Leadership Institute (ETLI)

The Westin Crystal City Hotel
Arlington, Virginia 22202
October 10, 2014

Watch selected talks and presentations from this event.


Welcome

The Engineering Technology Leadership Institute (ETLI) has been held annually for 38 years. Its purpose is to bring engineering technology educators, industry leaders, and government officials together to discuss topics of importance for future engineers. This year’s theme examines the “Engineering Technology: Pathways, Perspectives, and Roles.” The Institute will feature three panels: Developing Pathways to Professions in Engineering; Professional Societies Perspectives on ET Graduates; and Government and Industry Roles in Employing Engineering Technology Graduates. Details about the panels can be found in the program section.

ETLI is sponsored by the ASEE Engineering Technology Council and its Executive Board.


Program

Printed Program PDF


Presentations

Keynote at Opening Plenary: Greg Pearson - Senior Program Officer with the National Academy of Engineering (NAE)
The Value Proposition for Engineering Technology Education

Lunch Speaker: Dr. Stephen Hundley - Chair and Professor in the Department of Technology Leadership and Communication in the Purdue School of Engineering and Technology at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) and Associate Vice Chancellor for Strategic Initiatives.
The Attributes of a Global Engineer Project

2014 ETLI Banner

2014 Engineering Technology Leadership Institute (ETLI)

The Westin Crystal City Hotel
Arlington, Virginia 22202
October 10, 2014

Watch selected talks and presentations from this event.


Welcome

The Engineering Technology Leadership Institute (ETLI) has been held annually for 38 years. Its purpose is to bring engineering technology educators, industry leaders, and government officials together to discuss topics of importance for future engineers. This year’s theme examines the “Engineering Technology: Pathways, Perspectives, and Roles.” The Institute will feature three panels: Developing Pathways to Professions in Engineering; Professional Societies Perspectives on ET Graduates; and Government and Industry Roles in Employing Engineering Technology Graduates. Details about the panels can be found in the program section.

ETLI is sponsored by the ASEE Engineering Technology Council and its Executive Board.


Program

Printed Program PDF


Presentations

Keynote at Opening Plenary: Greg Pearson - Senior Program Officer with the National Academy of Engineering (NAE)
The Value Proposition for Engineering Technology Education

Lunch Speaker: Dr. Stephen Hundley - Chair and Professor in the Department of Technology Leadership and Communication in the Purdue School of Engineering and Technology at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) and Associate Vice Chancellor for Strategic Initiatives.
The Attributes of a Global Engineer Project