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Technical · Undergraduate Education
Wed. May 2, 2018 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM
Jefferson , Marriott Crystal Gateway
Session Description

This session will discuss persistence for engineering students.

  1. Moderated by Ms. Ashley R Taylor and Dr. Rochelle L Williams
Papers Presented
  1. Quantitative Analysis of Barriers to Completion of Engineering Degrees for Female-identifying and Underrepresented Minority Students [view paper] Nancy Mariano (Seattle University), Dr. Agnieszka Miguel (Seattle University), Dr. Mara Rempe (Seattle University), and Dr. J. McLean Sloughter (Seattle University)
  2. Why Women Persist: Evaluating the Impact of Classroom-based Interventions [view paper] Dr. Kasi Kiehlbaugh (University of Arizona) and Dr. Paul Blowers (University of Arizona)
Technical · Undergraduate Education
Wed. May 2, 2018 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM
Lee, Marriott Crystal Gateway
  1. Moderated by Dr. Beth A Myers and Dr. Jennifer Blue
Papers Presented
  1. Graduates Linked with Undergraduates in Engineering (GLUE) [view paper] Mrs. Ana M. Dison (University of Texas, Austin)
  2. Assessing the Impact of the Flipped Classroom Approach on Underrepresented Students [view paper] Dr. Laura E. Sullivan-Green (San Jose State University)
Technical · Undergraduate Education
Wed. May 2, 2018 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM
Madison, Marriott Crystal Gateway
Session Description

This session will explore success strategies for under-represented engineering undergraduate students.

  1. Moderated by Dr. Glenda R. Scales
Papers Presented
  1. STEM Success Stories: Strategies for Women and Minorities to Thrive, Not Just Survive, in Engineering [view paper] Dr. Carlotta A. Berry (Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology) and Ms. Janice Fenn (Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology)
  2. Increasing STEM Transfer Among Underrepresented Groups: What Matters for Community College Students [view paper] Mr. James Burton Dorsey (University of Washington)
Wed. May 2, 2018 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM
Salon E, Marriott Crystal Gateway
Session Description

This session will explore intersecting and multiple identities.

  1. Moderated by Ms. Karis Boyd-Sinkler
Papers Presented
  1. Too Black to be Woman and Too Much Woman to be a Man: Black Women Attempting to Reconcile Their Multiple Identities in Academic and Professional Engineering Spaces [view paper] Dr. Stacie LeSure (American Society for Engineering Education) and Dr. Sharnnia Artis (University of California, Irvine)
  2. Black Engineering and Computing Doctoral Students' Peer Interaction that Foster Racial Isolation [view paper] Dr. Monica L. Ridgeway (Vanderbilt University ), Dr. Ebony Omotola McGee (Vanderbilt University), Dr. Dara Elizabeth Naphan-Kingery (Vanderbilt University), and Amanda J. Brockman (Vanderbilt University)
NOTE: The session information below is the most current information and differs from the printed program guide.
Technical · Gender
Wed. May 2, 2018 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM
Salon A, Marriott Crystal Gateway
Session Description

This session has been moved to salon A

This session will discuss support structures for students, including motivation and persistence.

  1. Moderated by Mr. Efren Enrique Dominguez and Dr. Susan E. Walden
Papers Presented
  1. Non-technical Conferences: Impact on Female Engineering Students [view paper] Ing. Mayari Illarij Serrano Anazco (Purdue Polytechnic Institute), Dr. Suzanne Zurn-Birkhimer (Purdue University, West Lafayette (College of Engineering)), and Rachel Ann Baker (Affiliation unknown)
  2. A Leadership Collaborative Model: Fostering Community Through Diverse Student Organization Collaborations [view paper] Ms. Tricia S. Berry (University of Texas, Austin)

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