Statement Reapproved On:  October 7, 2009

It is suggested that Deans appoint an ASEE Campus Representative who is a member of ASEE and who will strongly encourage faculty and students to participate in ASEE activities.

The ASEE Campus Representative is an ASEE member designated by his/her institution to serve as the liaison between ASEE Headquarters and other faculty members on campus.  The Campus Representative plays a critical role in recruiting and retaining ASEE members, as well as keeping current and potential members informed of ASEE activities by:

  • Publicizing ASEE activities
  • Promoting attendance at section and national ASEE meetings
  • Publicizing ASEE's awards program and making nominations
  • Organizing on-campus forums for faculty to exchange ideas

The ASEE Membership Office can assist Deans in selecting Campus Representatives by providing a list of ASEE members on the faculty. To appoint a Campus Representative, or for assistance in identifying candidates, contact ASEE Membership at 202-331-3520.


The Engineering Deans Council of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) is the leadership organization of the more than 330 deans of engineering in the United States. Founded in 1893, ASEE is a nonprofit association dedicated to the improvement of engineering and engineering technology education.

Contact:

Nathan Kahl
Managing Director, Communications & Society Advancement
202-350-5767
n.kahl@asee.org

Statement Reapproved On:  October 7, 2009

It is suggested that Deans appoint an ASEE Campus Representative who is a member of ASEE and who will strongly encourage faculty and students to participate in ASEE activities.

The ASEE Campus Representative is an ASEE member designated by his/her institution to serve as the liaison between ASEE Headquarters and other faculty members on campus.  The Campus Representative plays a critical role in recruiting and retaining ASEE members, as well as keeping current and potential members informed of ASEE activities by:

  • Publicizing ASEE activities
  • Promoting attendance at section and national ASEE meetings
  • Publicizing ASEE's awards program and making nominations
  • Organizing on-campus forums for faculty to exchange ideas

The ASEE Membership Office can assist Deans in selecting Campus Representatives by providing a list of ASEE members on the faculty. To appoint a Campus Representative, or for assistance in identifying candidates, contact ASEE Membership at 202-331-3520.


The Engineering Deans Council of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) is the leadership organization of the more than 330 deans of engineering in the United States. Founded in 1893, ASEE is a nonprofit association dedicated to the improvement of engineering and engineering technology education.

Contact:

Nathan Kahl
Managing Director, Communications & Society Advancement
202-350-5767
n.kahl@asee.org