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.
Authors will present results from various summer programs promoting engineering education engagement.
ME Division Tech Session 11
This session features papers on blending curricula, creating shared departments, and imparting benefits to students through collaborative research and design experiences.
Actively engaging students can be a very challenging task for a new engineering educator. The papers in this session include describing a workshop for effectively engaging students in a STEM classroom, using simple active learning techniques in electrical and computer engineering courses, and developing faculty learning communities for encouraging innovative teaching.
ASEE Finance Committee Meeting
2016-2017 ASEE Board of Directors Meeting
Start your day with a renewing stretch and meditation class!
Join your friends and colleagues as we jump-start our day.
(Mats and exercise clothes are not required.)
We’re excited to announce that this year at our annual conference, for the first time, ASEE will unveil a Living Wall.
Each year at the conference attendees will contribute their thoughts to the wall, by writing a response to a particular question or idea.
The Wall will be preserved and displayed from year to year, growing bigger and bigger, and serving as a historical document of our conference attendees’ insights, ruminations, and reflections.
We hope you’ll take a few moments to leave your legacy on the Wall, located in the Exhibit Hall.
Pre-K teacher workshop.
Requested business meeting for Sheryl Sorby
This session features papers submitted to the ASEE Diversity Committee paper track focusing on engineering workforce culture, climate and possibilities for change in both industry and academia.
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.
Instructional duties in many civil engineering departments are shared among tenure-track faculty, non-tenure-track faculty, and teaching assistants. The papers in this session provide innovative approaches to mentoring, training, and coordinating this diverse group of personnel to achieve a cohesive department with a shared goal of providing a quality engineering education.
This session includes papers submitted to the CoED division focusing on the usage of new and novel technology, including Big Data Analysis, in the classroom.
Innovations in construction education techniques. Presentations on advanced Building Information Modeling (BIM), teaching sustainability concepts, and using simulation and safety.