ENE at the American Society for Engineering Education Conference

Purdue faculty and graduate students will be hosting workshops, presenting research and taking part in panel discussions during the ASEE's 121st Annual Conference and Exposition. It takes place June 15-18, 2014, in Indianapolis at the Indiana Convention Center.

Sunday, June 15, 2014 - Indiana Convention Center

U206B·SUNDAY WORKSHOP:

I-Corps-L Morning Workshop-Sponsored by Intel (Closed session)

Speakers: Karl Smith, et al.

9:00 to 11:45 AM

Room 116

U223·SUNDAY WORKSHOP:
Encouraging Information-Rich Engineering Design

Speakers: David Radcliffe, Amy Van Epps, Ruth Wertz, et al.

9:00 to Noon

Room 105

U264G·SUNDAY WORKSHOP:

What is the Role of MOOCs in Engineering Education?

Speakers: Jeremi London, et al.

9:00 to Noon

Room 105

U406B·SUNDAY WORKSHOP:

I-Corps-L Afternoon Workshop-Sponsored by Intel

Speakers: Karl Smith, et al.

1:30 to 4:00 PM

Room 11

U464C·SUNDAY WORKSHOP:

Cloud-based modeling and simulations to enhance student learning in engineering and science

Speakers: Krishna Madhavan, et al.

1:00 to 4:00 PM

Room 102

U464G·SUNDAY WORKSHOP:
Convincing the Non-believers: Selling Engineering Education Experiences on the Job Market

Workshop· Sponsored Sessions

Speakers: Mary Pilotte; Monica Cox, et al.

1:00 to 4:00 PM

Room 111

Monday, June 16, 2014 – Indiana Convention Center

M120·Cooperative & Experiential Education Division Technical Session 1

Technical·- Cooperative & Experiential Education Division

Engineering Students’ Experiences of Workplace Problem Solving

  • Rui Pan, Johannes Strobel (Texas A&M University), and Monica Cardella

7:00 to 8:30 AM - Room 115

M142·FPD 1: The Path to Engineering

Technical·- First-Year Programs Division

Pre-College Engineering Participation Among First-Year Engineering Students

  • Noah Salzman), George Ricco, Matthew Ohland

7:00 to 8:30 AM

Room 122

Distinctive Academic Programs as a School Choice Factor: An Exploratory Study

  • Lee Rynearson

The Accidental Engineer

  • Matthew Ohland, et al.

M143·Discipline Specific Topics and Techniques

Technical· Graduate Studies Division

Snapshot of an Interdisciplinary Graduate Engineering Education Experience

  • Tasha Zephirin, Catherine Berdanier, Monica Cox, et al.

7:00 to 8:30 AM

Room 116

Preliminary Analyses of Survey and Student Outcome Data using the Global Real-Time Tool for Teaching Enhancement (G-RATE)

  • Nikitha Sambamurthy, Monica Cox, et al.

M143·Discipline Specific Topics and Techniques Continued:

 

Student Perspectives on Developing More Relevant Ph.D. Programs in STEM Disciplines through Professional Skills Training

  • Nathalie Duval-Couetil, et al.

7:00 to 8:30 AM

Room 116

M148·Critical Thinking, Leadership, and Creativity

Technical·Liberal Education/Engineering & Society Division

New Metaphors for New Understandings: Ontological Questions about Developing Grounded Theories in Engineering Education

  • Corey Schimpf, Alice Pawley, et al.

7:00 to 8:30 AM

Room 102

Practicing Engineers’ Perceptions of Empathy and Care: Derived Exploratory Factor Structure from a 37-Item Survey

  • Justin Hess, Johannes Strobel (Texas A&M University), Rui Pan, et al.

M154·Summer and Cohort Programs for Minorities: Student Success

Technical· Minorities in Engineering Division

Can an Engineering Summer Bridge Program Effectively Transition Underrepresented Minority Students Leading to Increased Student Success?

  • Tasha Zephirin, et al.

7:00 to 8:30 AM

Room 210

M165·Special Session: GEECS as an Avenue for Networking, Collaborating, and Mentoring

Panel· Student Division

Speakers:  Robin Adams, Monica Cox, et al.

7:00 to 8:30 AM

Room 211

M204-ASEE Main Plenary

Mitchell Daniels, Jr., President of Purdue University

8:45 10:15 AM

M357·NSF Grantees’ Poster Session

Poster· NSF Grantees Poster Session and Division Experimentation & Lab-Oriented Studies

A Comparative Study of Engineering Matriculation Practices

  • Matthew Ohland, Xingyu Chen, et al.

10:30 to

12:00 PM

Exhibit Hall

A B C

Access to Cooperative Education Programs and the Academic and Employment Returns by Race, Gender, and Discipline

  • Joyce Main, Matthew Ohland, Nichole Ramirez, and Trina Fletcher

Assessing Sustainability Knowledge: A Framework of Concepts

  • Alice Pawley, Stephen Hoffmann, Monica Cardella, Matthew Ohland, et al.

CAREER: A Study of How Engineering Students Approach Innovation

  • Senay Purzer, Nicholas Fila, et al.

CAREER: Mathematics as a Gatekeeper to Engineering: The Interplay between Mathematical Thinking and Design Thinking – Using Video Data

  • DeLean Tolbert and Monica Cardella

Characterizing and Modeling the Experience of Transfer Students in Engineering

  • Matthew Ohland, Russell Long

Collaborative Research: Identifying and Assessing Key Factors of Engineering Innovativeness

  • Senay Purzer, Daniel Ferguson, Matthew Ohland, et al.

Conceptual Change across Engineering Disciplines

  • Ruth Streveler, et al.

Effectively Engaging Engineers in Ethical Reasoning about Emerging Technologies: A Cyber-Enabled Framework of Scaffolded, Integrated, and Reflexive Analysis of Cases

  • Justin L. Hess, et al.

M357·NSF Grantees’ Poster Session Continued

Engineering to Enhance STEM Integration Efforts

  • Tamara Moore, Emilie, Siverling, Corey Mathis, et al.

10:30 to

12:00 PM

Exhibit Hall

A B C

IDEA-Pen: Interactive Design and Analysis through a Pen-based Interface

  • Monica Cardella, et al.

Informal Pathways to Engineering: Preliminary Findings

  • Monica Cardella, Tamecia Jones, et al.

Information Literacy Skill Development and Assessment in Engineering

  • Senay Purzer, Amy Van Epps, Ruth Wertz and Anna Douglas

Measuring the Effects of Precollege Engineering Education

  • Noah Salzman, Matthew Ohland, and Monica Cardella

Planning Grant: Developing a National Higher Education Student Unit Record Database

  • Matthew Ohland and Russell Long

SMARTER Teamwork: System for Management, Assessment, Research, Training, Education, and Remediation for Teamwork

  • Matthew Ohland, Daniel Ferguson, et al.

Understanding Diverse Pathways: Disciplinary Trajectories of Engineering Students

  • Matthew Ohland, et al.

Writing to Learn Engineering: Identifying Effective Techniques for the Integration of Written Communication into Engineering Classes and Curricula (NSF RIGEE project)

  • Brent Jesiek, Natascha Trellinger, et al.

M415·Socio-cultural Elements of Learning through Service

Technical· Community Engagement in Engineering Education Division

Immersive Community Engagement Experience

  • Antonette Cummings, William Oakes, et al.

12:30 to 2:00 PM

Room 201

M423·Developing the Design Skillset

Technical· Design in Engineering Education Division

I’m Not the Creative Type: Barriers to Student Creativity within Engineering Innovation Projects

  • Nicholas Fila, Senay Purzer, Paul Mathis.

12:30 to 2:00 PM

Room 202

Immersive Experience Impact on Students' Understanding of Design

  • Antonette Cummings, Ming-Chien Hsu, Monica Cardella, William Oakes, et al.

M434·Engineering Leadership Development Constituent Committee Division Technical Session 2

Technical· Engineering Leadership Development Constituent Committee Division

Lessons Learned: Teaching Engineering Leadership in an Undergraduate Class Using Case Studies

  • Benjamin Ahn, Monica Cox, et al.

12:30 to 2:00 PM

Room 207

Leadership in Multidisciplinary Project Teams: Investigating the Emergent Nature of Leadership in an Engineering Education Context

  • Patrice Buzzanell, William Oakes, Qin Zhu, et al.

M447·Addressing the NGSS, Part 1 of 3: Supporting K-8 Science Teachers in Engineering Pedagogy and Engineering-Science Connections

Technical· K-12 & Pre-College Engineering Division

Effects of Continuous Teacher Professional Development in Engineering on Elementary Teachers

  • Heidi Diefes-Dux, Johannes Strobel (Texas A&M), et al.

12:30 to 2:00 PM

Wabash Ballroom 2

Teachers' Attempts Assessing Middle School Engineering Design Work

  • Morgan Hynes, Tamara Moore, and Senay Purzer

M447B·Engineering Across the K-12 Curriculum: Integration with the Arts, Social Studies, Sciences, and the Common Core

Technical· K-12 & Pre-College Engineering Division

Changes in Elementary Students’ Engineering Knowledge Over Two Years of Integrated Science Instruction (Research to Practice)

  • Mariana Tafur, Anna Douglas, and Heidi Diefes-Dux

12:30 to 2:00 PM

Wabash Ballroom 3

M455·Nanotechnology

Technical· Multidisciplinary Engineering Division

First-Year Engineering Students’ Communication of Nanotechnology Size & Scale in a Design Challenge

  • Kelsey Rodgers, Heidi Diefes-Dux, Krishna Madhavan, et al.

12:30 to 2:00 PM

Room 103

M470·A Focus on Non-Traditional Students and Non-Traditional Course Delivery Methods

Technical· Two Year College Division

Nontraditional Student Access and Success in Engineering

  • Jacqueline McNeil, Matthew Ohland, and Russell Long

12:30 to 2:00 PM

Room 117

M523·Assessment

Technical· Design in Engineering Education Division

The Discourse of Design: Examining Students’ Perceptions of Design in Multidisciplinary Project Teams

  • Patrice Buzzanell, William Oakes, Qin Zhu, et al.

2:15 to 3:45 PM

Room 202

M525·Special Session: Preparing Facilitators for Virtual Faculty Development Programs

Panel· Educational Research and Methods Division

Speakers:  Karl A Smith, et al.

2:15 to 3:45 PM

Room 204

M525B·Methodological & Theoretical Contributions to Engineering Education 2

Technical· Educational Research and Methods Division

The Distribution of Family-Friendly Benefits Policies across Higher Education Institutions: A Cluster Analysis

  • Corey Schimpf and Joyce Main

2:15 to 3:45 PM

Room 203

M540A·Entrepreneurship & Engineering Innovation Education Session 3

Technical· Entrepreneurship & Engineering Innovation Division

Catalyzing the Adoption of Entrepreneurship Education in Engineering by Aligning Outcomes with ABET

  • Nathalie Duval-Couetil, Jacob Wheadon, et al.

2:15 to 3:45 PM

Room 128

M540B·The Nature of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Session 4

Technical· Entrepreneurship & Engineering Innovation Division

The Traditional Engineer vs. the Innovative Engineer

  • Daniel Ferguson, Senay Purzer, Matthew Ohland, et al.

3:45 to 5:15 PM

Room 104

M548B·Integrating Engineering & Liberal Education

Technical· Liberal Education/ Engineering & Society Division

Torquing Engineering: Historical and Contemporary Challenges to the Technical Core via Internationalization

  • Brent Jesiek

2:15 to 3:45 PM

Room 117

M553·Teaching Dynamics

Technical· Mechanics Division

Transfer Effects of Challenge-Based Lessons in an Undergraduate Dynamics Course

  • Sean Brophy, et al.

2:15 to 3:45 PM

Room 206

M554·Beyond Students: Issues of Underrepresentation among Parents and Professionals

Technical· Minorities in Engineering Division

Women of Color Engineering Faculty: An Examination of the Experiences and the Numbers

  • Monica Cox, Joyce Main, et al.

2:15 to 3:45 PM

Room 123

Transformation of Faculty Dissemination Practices via Social Media

  • Monica Cox, Nikitha Sambamurthy, Catherine Berdanier, et al.

M717B·Topics in Computing and Information Technologies

Technical· Computing & Information Technology Division

An Exploratory Survey on User Perceptions and Adoption of NEES

  • Alejandra Magana, et al.

6:15 to 7:45 PM

Room 108

M746B·Panel: Special Session – Global Praxis: Faculty, Industry, and Student Perspectives on Engineering across Cultures

Panel· International Division

Speakers: Brent Jesiek, et al.

6:15 to 7:45 PM

Room 210

M768·Promoting Technological Literacy

Technical· Technological Literacy Division

Large Research Center Education and Outreach: Lessons from Five Years of Distributed Collaborative Design, Development, and Implementation

  • Sean Brophy, et al.

6:15 to 7:45 PM

Room 115

Tuesday, June 17, 2013 – Indiana Convention Center

Panel: Special Session: The Role of Peer Review in the Development of Engineering Education Research

Panel· Liberal Education/Engineering & Society Division, Educational Research and Methods Division, Student Division, and Engineering and Public Policy Division

Speakers:  Kacey Beddoes, et al.

8:45 to 10:15 AM

Room 121

T126·Innovations in Electrical Engineering Courses

Technical· Electrical and Computer Division

Increasing Students’ Conceptual Understanding of AC Circuits: An Application of Licht’s Model

  • Nicole Pitterson and Ruth Streveler

7:00 to 8:30 AM

Room 108

T132·Evaluation of Ethical Development

Technical· Engineering Ethics Division

The Development of an Instrument for Assessing Individual Ethical Decision making in Project-based Design Teams: Integrating Quantitative and Qualitative Methods

  • Qin Zhu, Patrice Buzzanell, William Oakes, et al.

7:00 to 8:30 AM

Room 105

T139·Simulations and Project Based Learning I

Technical· Engineering Technology Division

Desktop VR Centered Project Based Learning in ET Courses Using a Low-cost Portable VR System

  • Gary Bertoline, et al.

7:00 to 8:30 AM

Room 102

T148·Sustainability

Technical· Liberal Education/Engineering & Society Division and Multidisciplinary Engineering Division

The Wicked Problems in Sustainable Engineering (WPSE) Initiative: Pilot Results of a Cross-Institutional Project-Based Course Offering

  • Justin Hess, et al.

7:00 to 8:30 AM

Room 103

T152·Capstone Courses and Project Based-Learning

Technical· Mechanical Engineering Division

Challenging Students' Values and Assumptions Through Project-Based Learning

  • Mary Pilotte, et al.

7:00 to 8:30 AM

Room 209

T226·Flipping ECE Courses

Technical· Electrical and Computer Division

Introducing an Instructional Model for “Flipped Engineering Classrooms” -Part (II): How Do Group Discussions Foster Meaningful Learning?

  • Tamara Moore, et al.

8:45 to 10:15 AM

Room 105

T240·Entrepreneurship & Engineering Innovation Research Technical Session 7

Technical· Entrepreneurship & Engineering Innovation Division

The Framework on Innovative Engineering

  • Daniel Ferguson, James Cawthorne, et al.

8:45 to 10:15 AM

Room 123

A Critical Review of Measures of Innovativeness

  • Senay Purzer, Daniel Ferguson, Matthew Ohland, et al.

Deconstructing the Innovator's DNA

  • Paul Mathis, Nicholas Fila, Senay Purzer

T243·Future Career and Professional Success for Graduate Students

Technical· Graduate Studies Division

Survey Analysis of Engineering Graduate Students' Perceptions of the Skills Necessary for Career Success in Industry and Academia

  • Catherine Berdanier, Jeremi London, Benjamin Ahn, Monica Cox, et al.

8:45 to 10:15 AM

Room 112

Development of Industry Modules for Engineers Pursuing Advanced Degrees

  • Velvet Fitzpatrick, Catherine Berdanier, Monica Cox, et al.

Applying Self-authorship Theory among Chinese Engineering Doctoral Students in U.S. Institutions

  • Jiabin Zhu, Monica Cox, et al.

T414·College Industry Partnerships Division Poster Session

Poster· College Industry Partnerships Division

Big Picture Thinkers in Industry—Who Are They?

  • Hadi Ali and Robin Adams

12:30 to 2:00 PM

Exhibit Hall A B C

T442·First-Year Programs Division Poster Session

Poster· First-Year Programs Division

Integration of a First-Year Learning Community with a Vertically Integrated Design Program

  • William Oakes, Monica Cardella, et al.

12:30 to 2:00 PM

Exhibit Hall A B C

Competing with “Real Classes”: The Value of Performing Ensemble Experiences for Non-Music Majors

  • Monica Cox, et al.

T447·K-12 and Pre-College Engineering Division Poster Session

Poster· K-12 & Pre-College Engineering Division

Investigation of High School Pathways into Engineering (work in progress)

  • Monica Cardella, William Oakes, et al.

12:30 to 2:00 PM

Exhibit Hall A B C

Capturing the Design Thinking of Young Children Interacting with a Parent

  • Brianna Dorie, Monica Cardella, et al.

T506B·Building Education Innovation Communities – NSF Projects

Panel· ASEE Headquarters

Speakers: Krishna Madhavan, et al.

2:15 to 3:45 PM

Room 110

T525·Methodological & Theoretical Contributions to Engineering Education 3

Technical· Educational Research and Methods Division

From the Mouths of Students: Two Illustrations of Narrative Analysis to Understand Engineering Education’s Ruling Relations as Gendered and Raced

  • Alice Pawley and Canek Phillips

2:15 to 3:45 PM

Room 202

T526·Panel: Student Demographics and Outcomes in Electrical and Computer Engineering

Panel· Electrical and Computer Division, Women in Engineering Division, and Minorities in Engineering Division

Speakers: Matthew Ohland, et al.

2:15 to 3:45 PM

Room 105

T542·FPD 5: Course Delivery Methods and Issues

Technical· First-Year Programs Division

You May be Able to Teach Early Classes, but Students May Not be Awake Yet!

  • Farshid Marbouti, Heidi Diefes-Dux and Johannes Strobel (Texas A&M)

2:15 to 3:45 PM

Room 203

T543·Professional Development and Advising for Graduate Students

Technical· Graduate Studies Division

A Community of Practice Approach to Becoming an Engineering Education Research Professional

  • Robin Adams, Catherine Berdanier, Paul Branham, Neha Choudhary, Trina Fletcher, Molly Goldstein, Cole Joslyn, Corey Mathis, Emilie Siverling, Natascha Trellinger, et al.

2:15 to 3:45 PM

Room 112

Assessing Doctoral Students’ Employability Skills

  • Farshid Marbouti, et al.

T547·Principles of K-12 Engineering Education and Practice

Technical· K-12 & Pre-College Engineering Division

Analysis of Design Process Knowledge Task Responses: Statistical Approaches to Uncover Patterns (Research)

  • Monica Cardella, Ming-Chien Hsu, and George Ricco

2:15 to 3:45 PM

Room 109

T547B·K-12 Engineering Resources: Best Practices in Curriculum Design, Part 2 of 2

Technical· K-12 & Pre-College Engineering Division

Examination of Integrated STEM Curricula as a Means Toward Quality K-12 Engineering Education (Research to Practice)

  • Tamara Moore, Corey Mathis, Emilie Siverling, et al.

2:15 to 3:45 PM

Wabash Ballroom 3

Adventures in Paragraph Writing: The Development and Refinement of Scalable and Effective Writing Exercises for Large-enrollment Engineering Courses

  • Brent Jesiek Natascha Trellinger, et al.

T554·Mentoring Minorities: Effective Programs, Practices, and Perspectives

Technical· Minorities in Engineering Division

Mentoring Minorities: Examining Mentoring from a Race and Gender Lens

  • Joi-Lynn Mondisa

2:15 to 3:45 PM

Room 124

T556·Potpourri

Technical· New Engineering Educators Division

What Can Reflections from an "Innovation in Engineering Education" Workshop Teach New Faculty?

  • Emily Dringenberg and Mel Chua

2:15 to 3:45 PM

Room 104

T615·Models of community engagement practices

Technical· Community Engagement in Engineering Education Division

Learning from Failure: Developing a Typology to Enhance Global Service-learning Engineering Projects

  • Andrea Mazzurco, Brent Jesiek

4:00 to 5:30 PM

Room 201

A Personal Account on Implementing Reflective Practices

  • Tiago Forin

T619·CPD Technical Session

Technical· Continuing Professional Development Division

The PEER Collaborative: Supporting Engineering Education Research Faculty with Near-peer Mentoring Unconference Workshops

  • Alice Pawley, Monica Cardella, Morgan Hynes, et al.

4:00 to 5:30 PM

Room 106

T647·K-12 and Pre-College Engineering Division Curriculum Exchange

Technical· K-12 & Pre-College Engineering Division

Nature-Inspired Design: A Picture STEM Project Curriculum Module (Curriculum Exchange)

  • Tamara Moore, et al.

4:00 to 5:30 PM

JW Marriott Hotel, Grand Ballroom 1

The EngrTEAMS Project: STEM Integration Curricula for Grades 4-8 (Curriculum Exchange)

  • Tamara Moore, et al.

T652A·Attracting, Developing and Retaining Talented ME Students

Technical· Mechanical Engineering Division

Student Demographics and Outcomes in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Including Migration between the Disciplines

  • Matthew Ohland, et al.

4:00 to 5:30 PM

Room 210

Wednesday, June 18, 2014 – Indiana Convention Center

W125·Student Learning, Problem Solving, & Critical Thinking 1

Technical· Educational Research and Methods Division

Exploring Student Computational Practices in Solving Complex Engineering Design Problems

  • Alejandra Magana, et al.

7:00 to 8:30 AM

Room 102

W226·Improvements in ECE Signals and Systems

Technical· Electrical and Computer Division

Data Mining to Help Determine Sources of Difficulty in an Introductory Continuous-Time Signals and Systems Course

  • Farrah Fayyaz, Ruth Streveler, et al.

8:45 to 10:15 AM

Room 102

W246·International Division Technical Session 8

Technical· International Division

Is Engineering Education Research Global? The Answer May Surprise You

  • Phillip Wankat, et al.

8:45 to 10:15 AM

Room 211

W247B·Impacts on K-12 Student Identity, Career Choice, and Perceptions of Engineers

Technical· K-12 & Pre-College Engineering Division

Boys and Girls Engineering Identity Development in Early Elementary

  • Anna Douglas, Heidi Diefes-Dux, et al.

8:45 to 10:15 AM

Room 105

W365·DISTINGUISHED LECTURE: Inspiring Change Agents to Transform Engineering Education: Challenges and Strategies of Pioneers in an Ever-Evolving Social and Cultural Context

Dist. Lecture· Student Division, New Engineering Educators Division, Entrepreneurship & Engineering Innovation Division, Engineering Deans Council, and Engineering Leadership Development Constituent Committee Division

  • Speakers:  Dr. Gary R. Bertoline, et al.

10:30 to Noon

Wabash Ballroom 3

W425· Choice and Persistence in Engineering Education and Careers

Technical· Educational Research and Methods Division

Parents as Critical Influence: Insights from Five Different Studies

  • Brianna Dorie, Tamecia Jones, Meagan Pollock, Monica Cardella

12:30 to 2:00 PM

Room 107

W435·Student-Centered Information Literacy

Technical· Engineering Libraries Division

First-Year and Junior Engineering Students’ Self-Assessment of Information Literacy Skills

  • Anna Douglas, Ruth Wertz, Senay Purzer, Amy Van Epps, et al.

12:30 to 2:00 PM

Room 122

W448·Engineering & Our Global Society

Technical· Liberal Education/Engineering & Society Division

Emergence of Engineering as a Discipline in Modern China: Separation of Confucian Liberal Learning from Technique

  • Brent K Jesiek, Qin Zhu, et al.

12:30 to 2:00 PM

Room 101

W515·Impact of Community Engagement on Communities

Technical· Community Engagement in Engineering Education Division

Motivation of Community Partners and Advisors to Participate in Community Engagement Engineering Programs

  • Julia Thompson and Brent Jesiek

2:15 to 3:45 PM

Room 101

W542·FPD 10: Teamwork

Technical· First-Year Programs Division

First-Year Engineering Team Responses to Feedback on Their Mathematical Models - A Video Study

  • Oguz Hanoglu, Heidi Diefes-Dux, et al.

2:15 to 3:45 PM

Room 203

W547·K-12 and Pre-college Engineering: Research on Teachers' Perceptions, Attitudes and Impacts of Teacher PD

Technical· K-12 & Pre-College Engineering Division

"Engineering Teaches Problem Solving": Teachers' Perceptions of Student Learning through Engineering Lessons

  • Anastasia Rynearson, Anna Douglas and Heidi Diefes-Dux

2:15 to 3:45 PM

Room 108

W548B·Engineering as a Professional Calling

Technical· Liberal Education/Engineering & Society Division

Engineering and Engineering Education as Spiritual Vocations

  • Julia Thompson, Mel Chua and Cole Joslyn

2:15 to 3:45 PM

Room 105

Engineering Education Policymaking in a Cross-National Context: A Critical Analysis of Engineering Education Accreditation in China

  • Qin Zhu, Brent Jesiek, et al.

W571·From Industry to the Academy - Female Faculty Boundary Spanners Offering and Gaining Perspective

Technical· Women in Engineering Division

Panel: Faculty of Practice: Female Faculty Boundary Spanners Offering & Gaining Perspective

  • Mary Pilotte, et al.

2:15 to 3:45 PM

Room 103

W625·Student Learning, Problem Solving, & Critical Thinking 3

Technical· Educational Research and Methods Division

Actively Constructing Interactive Engineering Learning Environments

  • Nicole Pitterson and Ruth Streveler

4:00 to 5:30 PM

Room 107

Understanding Team Ethical Climate Through Interview Data

  • Patrice Buzzanell, William C. Oakes, Qin Zhu, et al.