Free ticketed event
Looking for people to run or walk outdoors with? Don’t know the local scene?
Meet up with your colleagues at the Arnold (Schwarzenegger) Statue on N. High St. in front of the convention center at 6:30 am and we’ll head out on a group run/walk highlighting the Scioto Mile, which contains more than 175 acres of active greenspace along the Scioto River in the heart of Columbus. Pace and distance will be determined based on attendee preference; there will be at least one walking group and one running group available. All runners and walkers are welcome!
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This session will cover innovative outreach and recruiting programs in addition to student motivation and retention issues.
This session highlights experiments for teaching mechanical engineering concepts.
A convening of the First-Year Programs Division Executive Board to conduct board business.
A "Birds of a Feather" session is an informal meet up where attendees can get together and discuss shared interests without a pre-designated agenda or formal program. Feel free to come, break the ice and meet new people, and get energized for an exciting group of First-Year Programs sessions at this year's Annual Conference!
This session addresses the curricular issues in computing and information technology programs.
Ticketed event: $60.00
Associate Deans Meeting brought to you by the Undergraduate Experience Committee.
Topical discussion of current issues in undergraduate education administration.
This session will focus on various curricular and co-curricular approaches to enhance student learning. The session will start with a special keynote talk by Dr. Lisa Wilken, the 2017 Biological and Agricultural Engineering Division Award Winner for Early Achievement in Education.
FIE steering committee: open session.
This session highlights lab experiments for teaching mechanical and materials engineering concepts.