News and Events

News and Events

Corporate Member Council News


Upcoming Events

ASEE Annual Conference

  • Micro-Credentialling and Industry Collaboration
  • AI in Education: A Corporate View for Academia
  • Breaking Barriers: Success Stories and Strategies for Advancing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
  • When Every Job is a Climate Job: The Role of Engineering Education


  • coming soon


  • Engaging with the ASEE Corporate Member Council (CMC)

    Join this interactive session to have a dialogue with the ASEE Corporate Member Council (CMC) about academic/ industry collaborations. The CMC serves as a bridge between the academia and industry to foster collaborations that drive innovation, educational excellence, and the development of engineering talent equipped to meet the challenges of tomorrow. Learn more about the mission of the CMC, key initiatives and learnings, and ways you and your institution can partner with the CMC in the future.

Past Events

2021 National Conference Industry Day:

2019 Industry Day Sessions

  • Industry Day Plenary Speakers SaLisa L Berrien and Jane Castor, Mayor of Tampa, FL
  • Industry Day Session - The Fourth Industrial Revolution

    Special session on the Fourth Industrial Revolution: Industry 4.0 and its dramatic technical and cultural impact around the world! Moderated by David Pistrui, clinical professor of engineering and director of graduate recruiting at the University of Detroit Mercy, with panelists from the leading automotive industry partners
  • Industry Day Session - Brainstorming Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Approaches and the Challenges in Industry

    Representatives from Chevron, Siemens, and Northrop Grumman will facilitate a set of round-robin activities in which audience members address workplace approaches and challenges for creating a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace culture.
  • Distinguished Lecture - Engagement of Engineering Societies in Undergraduate Engineering Education

    The National Academy of Engineering panelists who will discuss their two-year, National Science Foundation- supported project analyzing ASEE’s role in improving undergraduate education.