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2020 Annual Conference
The ASEE 2020 Annual Conference is now a Virtual Conference.
Developments and results of creating and testing laboratories related to alternative energy and energy conversion are presented along with innovative computer tools used in research activities. Papers focus on original approaches used in a variety of settings.
Describes new and existing courses that incorporate alternative energy and sustainable energy concepts with energy related education.
Faculty members share their experiences in developing courses and programs in energy-related education. The emerging area of interest in conventional and renewable energy issues among college students increases the demand for this type of curriculum. Breakfast will be served at this meeting.
Developments and results of applying educational computer tools in energy courses are presented as well as innovative digital tools used in teaching/research activities. Papers focus on inventive approaches used in a variety of settings.
Faculty members share their experiences in developing courses and programs in energy related education. The emerging area of interest in conventional and renewable energy issues among college students increases the demand for this type of curriculum.
There is a need for matching the graduates’ skills with industry needs. In this session, faculty members and industry specialists share their experiences and challenges in energy-related fields. This is a breakfast meeting.
Sustainability and diversity issues in U.S. universities and colleges have constituted significant curriculum coverage. This session describes scholarly work on promoting sustainability, diversity, and STEM issues in the energy, environment, and society-related fields.
Open-ended projects in conventional and renewable energy, peer-to-peer learning, and collaborative learning are some of the issues to be discussed in this session.
Alternative energy concepts including fuel cells are becoming a key component of energy curricula. This session explores how alternative energy conversion concepts are integrated into the curriculum and the hardware that is being developed for laboratories and classroom demonstrations.
General interest in energy is growing at a fast pace. Universities, governmental organizations, and other organizations are actively developing courses and tools to educate the public, K-12 students, and even university students to be more responsible with energy efficiency and consumption. Papers in this session discuss methods, tools, and projects that are being used to promote energy efficiency and education among all students.