Sun. June 25, 2017 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
Room A211, Columbus Convention Center
Retention is one of the major issues we face as first-year engineering educators. What steps can we take to prevent our students from losing confidence in their ability to succeed as engineers? This is the second of two sessions that will examine this topic.
Dr. Robin A.M Hensel and Dr. Cynthia Helen Carlson PE P.E.
Relationship Between The Number of Reasons Students Cited To Study Engineering and Their Retention and Graduation Rates
Mr. Paa Kwasi Adusei (University of Cincinnati), Dr. Nora Honken (University of Cincinnati), and Dr. Patricia A. Ralston (University of Louisville)
Classroom Belonging and Student Performance in the Introductory Engineering Classroom
Dr. Mark Schar (Stanford University), Sophia Lerner Pink (Stanford University), Kayla Powers (Stanford University), Mr. Adrian Piedra (Stanford University), Ms. Shivani Alexandra Torres (Stanford University), Mr. Kai Jun Chew (Stanford University), and Dr. Sheri Sheppard (Stanford University)
Exploring Engineering Identity in a Common Introduction to Engineering Course to Improve Retention
Dr. Michele Yatchmeneff (University of Alaska Anchorage) and Dr. Matthew Calhoun (University of Alaska Anchorage)
Effect of Cohorts on Student Retention in Engineering
Dr. Patricia R. Backer (San Jose State University) and Ms. Cindy Kato (San Jose State University)
First-Year Engineering Students' Perceptions of their Abilities to Succeed
Dr. Tanya Dugat Wickliff (Texas A&M University), Dr. Noemi V. Mendoza Diaz (Texas A&M University), Dr. Jacques C. Richard (Texas A&M University), and Dr. So Yoon Yoon (Texas A&M University)
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