Free ticketed event
As engineering leadership programs grow and evolve, we have an opportunity to share and learn from each other. Most of the engineering leadership programs contain elements of active learning strategies as part of the pedagogy for the courses. Students who are engaged in meaningful activities with inquiry and reflection can maximize their potential for learning and growth. Some of these strategies are longer and develop over the semester and others are short activities designed to meet specific objectives. The moderators for this workshop will describe some of the active learning strategies empl ... (continued)
Beth Koufteros is the Assistant Director of the Zachry Leadership program at Texas A&M University. She has taught courses on leadership, organizational Behavior, human resources, change management and supply chain management. She is a professional meting facilitator for CEO and senior executive groups and has served as an external consultant on leadership development. She holds a certification as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR).
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Stop lecturing about active learning! Integrating good teaching practices into ASEE conference sessions.
As a leading organization in the field of engineering education, ASEE and its members continue to support advances in engineering education scholarship and research. We have helped to change learning environments in many engineering classrooms to support more active and engaging experiences for our students. How might we explore incorporating a similar range of presentation modes and styles at ASEE?
Join us at the 2019 Interdivisional Town Hall to discuss strategies for changing the cultur ... (continued)
During the time, the ASEE LEAD Division will hold its annual social event.
The American Social Bar
The ASEE LEAD Division is hosting a "rapid fire" panel session for Big 10+ university members to provide a short overview of their engineering leadership program efforts. Each program will be given an opportunity to present an overview of their current leadership offerings followed by a question-and-answer period.
Assoc. Prof. of Practice, Durham School
Director, MEM Program
University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Executive Director, Professional Science Master's Program
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Reilly Professor of Mechanical Engineering / Associate Dean for Undergraduate and Graduate Education
College of Engineering, Purdue University
Executive Director, Gordon Engineering Leadership Program
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Associate Chair, Global Engrineering Leadership & Entrepreneurship
Co-Director, Global Engineering Leadership Minor
School of Civil & Environmental Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology
Texas Engineering Executive Education (TxEEE), Petroleum Extension (PETEX®)
Health & Safety Training Center (HSTC)
Cockrell School of Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin
Professor of Practice
Walter L. Robb Director, Engineering Leadership Development Program
College of Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University
The Corporate Member Council in collaboration with the Committee on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion is excited to offer an interactive facilitated session where audience members will engage in an industry-sponsored activity that addresses workplace approaches and challenges for enabling a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace culture. Chevron, Siemens, Northrop Grumman, and Boeing will kick off the session with a four-member panel addressing the topic, followed by panelists' Q&A. Next, audience members will participate in a facilitated scenario-based exercise and outbrief. The se ... (continued)
For those interested in: Broadening Participation in Engineering and Engineering Technology
Cynthia Murphy-Ortega is currently Manager of University Partnerships and Association Relations of Chevron Corporation. Her organization manages Chevron’s relationships with universities and professional societies and institutes throughout the world. Cynthia joined Chevron in 1991 and held various engineering, maintenance, operations, financial, business planning and process safety management positions within a refinery. In 1998, Cynthia moved to the technology arena with the Chevron Energy Technology Company and developed and managed Chevron’s technical competency development programs for new hi ... (continued)
Tavia Carson is responsible for the strategy and operational leadership of the Siemens PL Software Global Diversity Council. The Global Diversity Council manages 11 Employee Resource Groups, which embrace and promote diversity through employee activities, diversity initiatives, and diverse organization relationships. The goal of the Diversity Council is to ensure Siemens' position as an employer of choice. The ERGs also offer opportunities for personal and professional growth for all employees, while growing a strong and diversified workforce. Carson has worked for Siemens PLM Software for 1 ... (continued)
Tammy Stevens is a culture change agent working at the intersection of technology and inclusion. She is currently a corporate manager of university relations and D&I initiatives. She has been in her current role at Northrop Grumman Corporation for three years. Previously she spent eight years at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) as associate dean in the Office of Minority Education. In addition, she has years of professional experience in consulting and finance with PwC, Microsoft and Capitol One. Stevens developed her initial passion for inclusion and equity growing up in Syrac ... (continued)
Rae Stuart has worked for the Boeing Company in Heath, Ohio, since 2007 and is currently working at the Boeing Guidance Repair Center in the Missiles and Weapon Systems group under Boeing Defense Space and Security business. She is responsible for influencing the culture to create a more inclusive environment and enhancing multicultural understanding in the workplace, and for driving execution of the global diversity and inclusion strategy among local functional and business leaders, diversity councils, and business resource groups. She partners with business leaders to embed diversity and inclus ... (continued)
During this time, our division will hold its annual business meeting.