Graduate Program Virtual Open House
Potential students interested in learning more about the Purdue Engineering Education Graduate Program but missed our fall campus open house can learn about the program right here! Below are short video clips taken from the informative sessions throughout the 2-day event. A selection of posters and their abstracts that were presented at the poster session can also be found below.
Graduate Program History
presented by Interim Head Audeen Fentiman
Series of 4 Segments
"Broadening Contexts to Broaden Participation in Engineering"
presented by Professor Morgan Hynes
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presented by program co-chairs Profs. Brent Jesiek and Senay Purzer
- Plan of Study
- Typical Timeline for Graduation
- Study Abroad and Travel Opportunities
- Student-Advisor Matching Process
- Predictors for Success
- Funding and Cost of Living
- Time on Campus
Poster Session Sample Selection
Abstract | The XRoads research lab is directed by Dr. Robin Adams, Associate Professor in the School of Engineering Education. In XRoads we encourage conceptual collisions across different perspectives to catalyze action in three research areas: 1) design thinking and learning, 2) cross-disciplinary ways of thinking, acting, and being, and 3) engineering education transformation. We use a wide variety of quantitative and qualitative research methods including collaborative inquiry, design-based research, and phenomenography to investigate socio-technical phenomenon around design, transformative learning, and becoming a professional in academia and industry. XRoads is an engaging learning community and our Alumni can be found in academic careers in engineering education research and teaching and learning.
Abstract | The invention of the telescope in the early 1600’s ushered in the birth of the science of astronomy. Suddenly, we could see the planets and stars with greater clarity. And when we could see more clearly, existing theories about how the universe worked (proposed by Aristotle and others) no longer held up. Dr. Streveler proposes that the science of learning is now in a similar position. New tools are allowing us to view the intricacies of learning in unprecedented detail. Do current learning theories still seem valid in light of these new findings? How might neuroscience research might change how we think about and investigate learning?
Investigating Engineering Education & Technology Tools to Realize Opportunities for Diverse Students Around the World
Abstract | Investigating engineering education & technology tools to realize opportunities for diverse students around the world. The DeBoer Lab is motivated to understand how we can promote equity and success for diverse engineering students around the world. Specifically, we are interested in: International & comparative engineering education policy; social context and student background factors of education; and technology use in providing learning opportunities for diverse students.
Careers and Alumni Profiles
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