Ticketed event: $70.00
The Community Engagement and Construction Divisions are sponsoring a one-day workshop to engage in community service and learn from service-learning experts in engineering. Participants will work with EPICS Purdue and LSU to help with a playground build in Baton Rouge at a local elementary school on Saturday, June 25th. LSU has a very successful service-learning program led by Marybeth Lima, and this day of service is a great opportunity to better understand the steps taken to promote safety, health, and play in local communities. This workshop will provide an opportunity not only to ... (continued)
ASEE Oversight Meeting (Committee Members Only)
ASEE Finance Committee Meeting
ASEE Executive Committee Meeting
ASEE Diversity Committee Meeting
ASEE Long Range Planning Meeting
ATE Spacial Skills Project Meeting
Free ticketed event
Inspired by the potential of the Transforming Undergraduate Education in Engineering (TUEE) initiative, a small group within ASEE's Corporate Member Council (CMC) has established the ASEE CMC special interest group (SIG), Preparing Students for Professional Practice (PSPP). The primary purpose of the new SIG is to facilitate corporate and university member collaboration in accelerating implementation of the 2018 TUEE findings and recommendations.
This session is being organized by ASEE CMC SIG members to discuss the goals of the Corporate-University Collaboratory as the vehicle to implement t ... (continued)
ASEE Finance Committee Meeting
Free ticketed event
VIP Lounge (By Invitation Only)
Ticketed event: $55.00
Meet your colleagues and share experiences that are common to undergraduate engineering education in an informal atmosphere. Discussion topics will be determined by the participants prior to the meeting. Past topics have included ABET, student services, diversity, and faculty licensure. Includes lunch.
Ticketed event: $45.00
8:45 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. Welcome and Introduction
8:00 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. An Introduction to the Maker Movement and a Maker Mindset
Executive Director, Maker Education Initiative
Director, University of St. Thomas, Center for Engineering Education
This workshop is an introduction to the global Maker Movement and its impact on formal and informal education. Starting with an overview of the history and growth of this movement, the presenters will then show a wide variety of ways Making has been incorporated into formal and informal education at the K-12 level. We ... (continued)
Ticketed event: $260.00
The conclave is an exclusive forum for engineering and engineering technology chairs to exchange ideas, share experiences, talk through challenges, and build working relationships.
Conclave attendees will engage in facilitated small-group discussions focused on development and management of external connections, as well as financial development.
Ticketed event: $30.00
Beginning in Fall 2016, civil engineering programs will be required to demonstrate that their curricula "prepare graduates to include sustainability in design" in order to comply with ASCE's newly revised ABET EAC (Engineering Accreditation Commission) Criterion 1. Numerous resources are available for integrating sustainability into civil engineering curricula through modular, full-course, and other approaches.
Dr. Norma J. Mattei P.E.
Dr. Norma Jean Mattei is a Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of New Orleans, where she previously served as Department Chair and also as Interim Dean of Engineering. She is President-elect of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and is a member of several national ASCE committees, which include the Committee on Sustainability’s Formal Engineering Education Subcommittee as well as the Coasts, Oceans, Ports, and Rivers Institute’s (COPRI’s) Waterways Committee, where she is Vice Chair of the Public Private Partnership Subcommittee. She also currently chai ... (continued)
Dr. Angela R Bielefeldt P.E.
Dr. Angela Bielefeldt is a Professor in Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering at University of Colorado Boulder. Dr. Bielefeldt received her B.S. in Civil Engineering from Iowa State University, and her M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Civil Engineering from University of Washington. Her areas of research include biodegradation and biotransformation of organic and inorganic pollutants in soil, water, and air, sustainable water and wastewater treatment for developing communities, and engineering education. In her Introduction to Civil Engineering course students are introduced to the ENVI ... (continued)
Prof. Stephen P. Mattingly
Dr. Stephen P. Mattingly is an Associate Professor of Civil Engineering at the University of Texas at Arlington. He holds B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in civil engineering from Rice University, University of Texas at Arlington, and University of California Irvine, respectively. Some of his most recent research projects address topics such as evaluating existing highway right-of-way for accommodating high speed passenger rail, evaluating overheight detection devices, managed lane pricing and weaving, institutional approaches for interjurisdictional system management and detection and mitigation o ... (continued)
Dr. Liv Haselbach P.E.
Dr. Liv Haselbach is the author of the McGraw-Hill book, The Engineering Guide to LEED- New Construction, Sustainable Construction for Engineers, an Associate Director of the USDOT University Transportation Center for Environmentally Sustainable Transportation in Cold Climates (CESTiCC), and the 2015 Fulbright/Alcoa Distinguished Chair in the Environmental Sciences and Engineering in Brazil. She is currently an Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Washington State University and is a member of the Formal Engineering Education Subcommittee of the American Society of Civil E ... (continued)
Dr. Cliff I. Davidson
Dr. Cliff I. Davidson is the Thomas and Colleen Wilmot Professor of Engineering at Syracuse University. Dr. Davidson received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University, and his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Environmental Engineering Science from California Institute of Technology. His areas of research include modeling and measurement of airborne particles, removal processes for airborne particles from the atmosphere, historical air pollution trends, contamination of water by air pollutants, characterization and use of green infrastructure for urban stormwater management, and m ... (continued)
Dr. Claire L. A. Dancz
Claire L. A. Dancz is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Civil Engineering and online active experiential learning and assessment with Clemson Online at Clemson University. Dr. Dancz received her B.S. in Environmental Microbiology and Biology from Michigan State University, her M.S. in Civil Engineering from University of Pittsburgh, and Ph.D. in Sustainable Engineering from Arizona State University. Her areas of research include modular, course, and blended models for integrating sustainability into civil and environmental engineering programs, entrepreneurship for engineering grand challenges, and ... (continued)
Prof. Kristen Parrish
Dr. Kristen Parrish is an Assistant Professor in the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment at Arizona State University in Tempe. Dr. Parrish received her B.S. and M.S. degrees in Civil Engineering from University of Michigan, and Ph.D. in Civil Engineering Systems from the University of California Berkeley. Her areas of research include integrating energy-efficiency measures into building design, construction, and operations processes with particular emphasis on principles of lean manufacturing and novel design processes that financially and technically facilitate energy effic ... (continued)
Dr. Stephanie Luster-Teasley
Dr. Stephanie Luster-Teasley is an Associate Professor with joint appointments in the Departments of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering and Chemical, Biological and Bioengineering at North Carolina A&T State University. Dr. Luster-Teasley received her B.S. in Chemical Engineering from North Carolina A&T State University, and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Chemical Engineering and Environmental Engineering, respectively, from Michigan State University. Her areas of research include environmental remediation, water sustainability, and engineering education. Dr. Luster-Teasley incor ... (continued)
Dr. Yvette Pearson Weatherton P.E.
Dr. Yvette Pearson Weatherton is a member of the Formal Engineering Education Subcommittee of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Committee on Sustainability (COS), and a past member of the COS. She is also Associate Chair of the Department of Civil Engineering at the University of Texas at Arlington, where she worked with a team of faculty to provide leadership in efforts to infuse principles of sustainability throughout civil and other engineering curricula. Dr. Pearson Weatherton has authored/co-authored numerous papers on sustainability in engineering education, and was a contributin ... (continued)
Dr. Steven J. Burian P.E.
Dr. Steven J. Burian is an Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Associate Director of the Global Change and Sustainability Center, and Director of the USAID-funded U.S.-Pakistan Centers for Advanced Studies in Water at the University of Utah. Dr. Burian holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Notre Dame and an M.S. in Environmental Engineering and a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from the University of Alabama. His research has received more than $12 million in funding and has resulted in more than 75 peer-reviewed publications in the area of sustainable and resi ... (continued)
Meeting of CPDD Board
Free ticketed event
Students often have difficulty generating multiple creative ideas for design problems. “Design
Heuristics” is an empirically derived and validated approach to product design ideation. Our
research has shown that concepts created by engineering students who used Design Heuristics
were more complex and creative designs. This workshop will include a review of relevant
research on idea generation along with an introduction to this research-grounded creativity tool.
Participants will practice using the Design Heuristics to generate concepts for design tasks and
discuss ways to implement it effectively in their classrooms.
Dr. Shanna R. Daly
Shanna R. Daly is an Assistant Professor in Mechanical Engineering at the University of
Michigan, earning her doctorate from Purdue University’s Engineering Education program in
2008. Her research focuses on design innovations through divergent and convergent thinking as
well as through deep needs and community assessments. Her work includes investigations of
concept generation practices of novices through practitioners, intersections that yield innovative
thinking, creativity in engineering, and problem space exploration. She teaches design and
entrepreneurship courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Prof. Seda McKIlligan
Seda Yilmaz is an Associate Professor of Industrial Design at Iowa State University. She earned
her doctorate from the University of Michigan’s Design Science Program in 2010. Her
dissertation was entitled, ‘Design Heuristics,’ and was the start of her research program on idea
generation. Her work focuses on design cognition and creativity, cross-disciplinary design team
dynamics, information processing in concept generation, cognitive strategy changes among
design domains, and implementation of these strategies in pedagogy.
Ms. Keelin Siomha Leahy
Keelin Leahy is a visiting research scholar at Iowa State University.
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The format of the workshop will be interactive, with ample time for participants to reflect on their own understanding of rigorous research in engineering education as well as to identify their goals for how they wish to engage in rigorous research.
After attending the workshop, participants should be able to do the following:
1. Define rigorous research and contrast it with scholarship of teaching
2. Distinguish between qualitative and quantitative methods and identify common data collection tools
3. Identify available resources and opportunities to improve research knowledge and skills
4. I ... (continued)
Dr. Cynthia Finelli
Cynthia Finelli is associate professor of electrical engineering and computer science and Faculty Director of the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching in Engineering at University of Michigan. She studies faculty adoption of evidence-based teaching practices, student resistance to active learning, and institutional change, and in her role at CRLT-Engin, she supports other faculty as they learn about and implement both scholarship of teaching and learning activities and more rigorous engineering education research efforts. She is a fellow of the American Society of Engineering Education. She can be reached at email@example.com or 734-764-0244.
Dr. Daria A Kotys-Schwartz
Daria Kotys-Schwartz is the Director of the Idea Forge—a flexible, cross-disciplinary design space at University of Colorado Boulder. She is also the Design Center Colorado Director of Undergraduate Programs and a Senior Instructor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. Daria has focused her research on engineering student learning, retention, and student identity development within the context of engineering design. She is currently investigating the impact of cultural norms in an engineering classroom context, performing comparative studies between engineering education and professional des ... (continued)
Dr. Sarah E Zappe
Sarah Zappe is Senior Research Associate and Director of Assessment and Instructional Support in the Leonhard Center for the Enhancement of Engineering Education at Penn State. She holds a doctorate in educational psychology with an emphasis on applied testing and assessment. In her role in the Leonhard Center, Sarah works with faculty on improving their teaching, leads assessment efforts on projects relating to educational innovations, and conducts research in engineering education. She has led many workshops for faculty at Penn State and beyond and often works with College of Engineering facul ... (continued)
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Free ticketed event
We will discuss how low-cost, student-owned hardware can be used to teach not only the fundamentals of analog and digital circuits, but also system design and integration. We will describe how hands-on experiments can lead to a better understanding of STEM concepts incorporated into the exercises. Examples of will be given on how these experiments can be introduced into courses outside of electrical and computer engineering. Finally, because student-owned equipment untethers students from traditional labs, the ways in which students at remote locations can engage in laboratory courses will be pres ... (continued)
Prof. Kathleen Meehan
Kathleen Meehan earned her B.S. in electrical engineering from Manhattan College and her M.S. and Ph.D. from the University of Illinois under the supervision of Prof. Nick Holonyak, Jr. She worked as a member of technical staff at Lytel, Inc., following graduation. At Polaroid, she was appointed a Senior Research Group Leader, responsible for the design of laser diodes and arrays. After leaving Polaroid, she was employed at Biocontrol Technology. She moved into academia full-time in 1997 and worked at the University of Denver, West Virginia University, and Virginia Tech. She is currently the direct ... (continued)
Ticketed event: $35.00
This workshop is facilitated by experienced First-Year Engineering Educators and offers a collaborative format for people interested in improving first-year engineering student success. Participants will be divided into groups. Specific structured discussions include:
• What is student success?
• How to advance first-year students to work to their full potential?
• Exploration of a student’s reflection on how to be successful as a first-year engineering student;
• Implementing the “Design Your Process to Become a World Class Engineering Student”;
• Incorporate the project in existing courses/semina ... (continued)
Dr. Steffen Peuker
Dr. Raymond B. Landis
Dr. Gayle E. Ermer
Dr. Krishna Pakala
Ticketed event: $35.00
Many K-12 educators are underprepared to adapt their instructional practices to include engineering. At the same time, university faculty/staff and engineering professionals struggle to make connections with K-12 educators to support and receive their outreach efforts. This workshop will provide a unique opportunity for educators who attend the K-12 Workshop on Saturday to interact with ASEE conference attendees, including university faculty/staff and engineering professionals. The interactive nature of the workshop will allow attendees to share and learn from others who have already incorporated e ... (continued)
Dr. Jennifer Keshwani
Jenny Keshwani is an Assistant Professor of Biological Systems Engineering and Science Literacy Specialist in the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Dr. Keshwani teaches undergraduate courses in biomedical engineering and engineering properties. Her main focus is promoting science and engineering education in both formal and informal settings. Dr. Keshwani is actively engaged in several cross-disciplinary regional and national efforts related to STEM education and outreach. Most recently, she was part of a team that received NSF funding to engage youth in STEM through wearable technologies (NSF I-TEST).
Dr. Stacy S Klein-Gardner
Dr. Stacy Klein-Gardner serves as the Director of the Center for STEM Education for Girls at the Harpeth Hall School in Nashville, Tenn. Here she leads professional development opportunities in STEM for K-12 teachers and works to identify and disseminate best practices from successful K12, university, and corporate STEM programs for females. This center also leads a program for rising high school girls that integrates community service and engineering design in a global context. She continues to serve as an adjunct professor of the Practice of Biomedical Engineering Vanderbilt University.
Dr. Cheryl Carrico P.E.
Cheryl Carrico is a postdoctoral researcher in Engineering Education at Virginia Tech. Dr. Carrico researches STEM career pathways, with an emphasis on the “E”, in particular in Appalachia and low SES regions and research related to conceptual understanding in engineering. Dr. Carrico participates in local, regional, and national STEM programs in roles that vary from being a board member to being a workshop leader. Dr. Carrico also owns a consulting business that focuses on research evaluations and industry consulting related to aerospace composites processing and manufacturing operations.
Ms. Sharlene Yang
Sharlene Yang has been active with STEM education for over fifteen years. Prior to her role as principal consultant at SY|STEM Education, she held the positions of Director of Professional Development and Director of Partnerships for the Engineering is Elementary project at the Museum of Science, Boston. In addition, Sharlene has experience as both a science educator and researcher that includes teaching biology to at-risk and under-served populations, environmental outreach education, and research in biopsychology. Sharlene has focused much of her work on: developing K-12 STEM programs that are le ... (continued)
Ticketed event: $20.00
It is important that engineering and science students be introduced to the idea of modeling and the use of simulation tools. Models are at the heart of engineering problem-solving, and simulations not only help students understand complex phenomena but also play important roles in research and industry. Computational tools are used to gain insight into the behavior of systems and to shorten the development cycle for new products. High-power computing resources and increasingly sophisticated computational methods now enable simulations that can realistically describe the behavior of many materials, ... (continued)
Dr. Tanya Faltens
Dr. Tanya Faltens is the Educational Content Creation Manager for the Network for Computational Nanotechnology (NCN), and NSF-Funded project that created the open access nanoHUB.org cyber-platform. Her technical background is in Materials Science and Engineering (Ph.D. UCLA 2002), and she has several years’ experience in hands-on informal science education, including working at the Lawrence Hall of Science at UC Berkeley. While at Cal Poly Pomona, she taught the first year engineering course, mentored undergraduate capstone research projects, and introduced nanoHUB simulation tools into the under ... (continued)
Dr. Lan Li
Dr. Lan (Samantha) Li is an Assistant Professor of Materials Science and Engineering and a leader of Materials Theory and Modeling group at Boise State University in Boise, ID. Her general research interest is theoretical and computational materials science, specifically using density functional theory and multiscale modeling approaches to develop materials with desired properties and performance. Dr. Li finished her doctorate in Nanomaterials at the University of Cambridge in the UK in 2006, followed by working in the Bio-Nano Electronic Research Center at Toyo University in Japan. She conducted h ... (continued)
Dr. Susan P. Gentry
Dr. Susan P. Gentry is a Lecturer with Potential Security of Employment in the Materials Science and Engineering department at the University of California, Davis. Dr. Gentry received her B.S. from Northwestern University and completed a Ph.D. and postdoctoral research at the University of Michigan, all in Materials Science and Engineering. During her time at the University of Michigan, she received training on educational pedagogy and taught and developed content for the undergraduate laboratory course. In her current position at UC Davis, she is integrating computational modules into the undergra ... (continued)
Mr. Sam Reeve
Sam Reeve is PhD student in Materials Engineering at Purdue University in West Lafayette, IN. His interests fall in the intersection between materials and computational sciences, focusing primarily on atomistic simulations. He uses uncertainty quantification within many types of materials modeling and multi-scale approaches towards making better predictions. He has also co-authored multiple nanoHUB tools enabling online simulation for research and education. Sam obtained his B.S. in Materials Engineering from Iowa State University in 2013. In 2015 he was awarded the Magoon Award for excellence in undergraduate teaching from the Purdue University College of Engineering.
Leidy Lorena Alzate-Vargas
Lorena Alzate-Vargas is a PhD student in Materials Engineering at Purdue University, where her research involves advanced molecular dynamics simulations of polymers. Lorena obtained her undergraduate degree in Physics in 2014 from Universidad EAFIT in Medellin, Colombia, where she did atomistic simulations using DFT calculations to find properties of novel materials, especially the new stoichiometric CrN compounds. This work won her the university's award for the best undergraduate thesis project. Lorena subsequently went to Purdue in 2013 for a research internship focusing on atomistic simula ... (continued)
Ticketed event: $20.00
Do you want to use classroom time effectively? Want student engagement in the classroom? Need to teach “soft skills” without cutting content?
Team-Based Learning (TBL) is not your typical teamwork experience. TBL uses the flipped classroom model to first prepare students for in-class activities. Then, by using a proven sequence of in-class activities, students solve problems and use the pre-assignment knowledge to go deeper into analysis. Students practice not only teamwork and problem-solving skills, but also critical thinking and communication skills when they report and defend their answers to ... (continued)
Dr. Jennifer M Peuker
Jennifer Mott Peuker joined the faculty in Mechanical Engineering at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo in January 2014. She previously taught at the University of Alaska Anchorage. She has been using Team Based Learning for almost the entire time she has been teaching and is a Trainer-Consultant of TBL. Jennifer teaches in the thermo sciences and her research focus is on the effectiveness of Team Based Learning in engineering courses.
Ticketed event: $35.00
Research indicates that it takes 95% of new faculty 4-5 years to reach full research productivity and teaching effectiveness, while the remaining 5%—the “quick starters”—reach the same level in 1-2 years. In this workshop, we’ll outline practical, easy-to-implement strategies that will help new faculty in their quest to become quick starters.
Dr. Rebecca Brent
President, Education Designs, Inc.
101 Lochside Drive
Cary, North Carolina 27518
B.A. Millsaps College
M.Ed. Mississippi State University
Ed.D. Auburn University
Dr. Brent is President of Education Designs, Inc., a consulting firm in Cary, North Carolina. She has more than 35 years of experience in education and specializes in staff development in engineering and the sciences, teacher preparation, and evaluation of educational programs at both precollege and college levels. She holds a Certificate in Evaluation Practice from the Evaluators’ Institute at Georg ... (continued)
Dr. Richard M. Felder
Hoechst Celanese Professor Emeritus
Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
North Carolina State University
Raleigh, NC 27695-7905
B.Ch.E., City College of New York
M.A. in Chemical Engineering, Princeton University
Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering, Princeton University
Dr. Felder joined the N.C. State University faculty in 1969. He is a co-author of the book Elementary Principles of Chemical Processes, which has been used as the introductory chemical engineering text by roughly 90% of all chemical engineering departments in the United States and ... (continued)
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Assessment of student achievement using a grading system is a major task required of engineering educators. Most higher education institutions use a traditional, summative score-based grading system that relies on assigning an end-of-semester letter grade representative of each student’s achievement in the course. Most educators default to assigning student grades by tabulating scores for multiple assignments, summing assignment scores, and determining a final course grade based on a predetermined scale. Such an approach inherently fails to meet the conditions of sound assessment of student learnin ... (continued)
Dr. Adam R Carberry
Dr. Adam Carberry is an assistant professor at Arizona State University in the Fulton Schools of Engineering Polytechnic School. He earned a B.S. in Materials Science Engineering from Alfred University, and received his M.S. and Ph.D., both from Tufts University, in Chemistry and Engineering Education respectively. Dr. Carberry was previously an employee of the Tufts’ Center for Engineering Education & Outreach and manager of the Student Teacher Outreach Mentorship Program (STOMP).
Dr. Sara A. Atwood
Dr. Sara A. Atwood is an Assistant Professor of Engineering at Elizabethtown College in Pennsylvania. She holds a BA and MS from Dartmouth College, and PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley.
Prof. Heidi A. Diefes-Dux
Dr. Heidi A. Diefes-Dux is a Professor in the School of Engineering Education at Purdue University. She received her B.S. and M.S. in Food Science from Cornell University and her Ph.D. in Food Process Engineering from the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering at Purdue University. She is a member of Purdue’s Teaching Academy. Since 1999, she has been a faculty member within the First-Year Engineering Program, teaching and guiding the design of one of the required first-year engineering courses that engages students in open-ended problem solving and design. Her research focuses on th ... (continued)
Dr. Matthew Siniawski
Dr. Matthew T. Siniawski is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Loyola Marymount University. He has advised over 40 different senior capstone project design teams since 2004, and is particularly interested in the design of assistive devices for children with disabilities. He is a an active proponent of service-learning and is interested in understanding how such experiences impact the technical and professional development of engineering undergraduate students.