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December 15, 2014
The students in this fall's ENE 502: History and Philosophy of Engineering Education graduate course will be presenting the final versions of their team projects: YouTube videos on "what is engineering education?"
September 22, 2016
Dr. Mary Pilotte was featured last week as a luncheon speaker for the Association for Women in Communications, who meet monthly at the YWCA in Lafayette. Members include many from the banking industry, Purdue University Marketing and Media, and small business owners in the greater Lafayette area.
September 12, 2016
Kimani Whitsey won 2nd place in this year’s sixth annual Lake Max Film Fest held this past weekend in Culver, Indiana.
September 26, 2016
Two NSF Grants were recently awarded to our Engineering Education faculty.
July 13, 2016
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – New research aims to measure the effectiveness of a teaching approach that allows students in challenging engineering courses to access hundreds of instructional videos and animations while encouraging interaction with each other and faculty online.
June 20, 2016
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – New research aims to help educators quantify how the best students perform problem solving with the aid of instructional videos, a step toward learning how to better coach students in difficult engineering curricula.
May 13, 2016
ENE's Richard W. McDowell Best Counselor Award was presented to Suzi Coolbaugh-Walker (right) on May 12, 2016 for excellence in advising first-year engineering students.
April 20, 2016
Simmons
It is of great honor that we introduce this year's Outstanding Alumni Honoree, Holly Simmons,1998 graduate from the Interdisciplinary Engineering Program (IDE). Holly used what she gained from Purdue’s Interdisciplinary Engineering program to make a positive difference in her chosen field and the millions of users whose lives have been enriched by the products that she has developed and marketed along her path. She is an excellent example of just what our students can accomplish when they combine an interdisciplinary outlook with a drive to contribute to the world around them.
November 17, 2015
In classrooms across the United States, children increasingly study engineering along with science and mathematics — partly because engineering is one cornerstone of the Next Generation Science Standards, released in 2013 and now being implemented in many states.
November 10, 2015
Tamara Moore, associate professor in the School of Engineering Education, will take part in a panel discussion during the Next Generation STEM Learning for All forum today (Nov.10).
November 4, 2015
Millions in grant money from the National Science Foundation underline a new breadth of educational research at Purdue University.
October 26, 2015
Many of our faculty and graduate students traveled to El Paso last week to share their latest research in engineering education. The conference, Frontiers in Education (FIE), is an international platform sponsored by the IEEE Computer and IEEE Education Societies as well as the ASEE Educational Research and Methods Division. Associate Professor Senay Purzer served as co-chair for the conference. Assistant Professor Joyce Main received the 2015 FIE New Faculty Fellowship Award. Congratulations to Joyce!
September 1, 2015
Michele Yatchmeneff, PhD student in the School of Engineering Education (ENE), is one of two Alaskan Natives to begin a tenure-track in engineering at the University of Alaska Anchorage this fall.
June 12, 2015
When Tamara Moore, associate professor in the School of Engineering Education (ENE), first heard about the Innovation Corps for Learning (I-Corps™ L) program through the National Science Foundation (NSF), she realized it could be just what she needed to put her research findings into the hands of teachers.
May 20, 2015

First-Year Engineering (FYE) students enrolled in ENGR 142: Honors Creativity and Innovation in Engineering Design II this spring had a moon mission.

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