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March 18, 2020

Video Series

Dr. Kerrie Douglas, Purdue University Assistant Professor of Engineering Education, and colleagues conducted a NSF-funded study that began in 2016 to develop an evaluation framework for large STEM online courses. In this video series, Douglas addresses the needs for instructors who are called to move their courses online due to the coronavirus pandemic. She shares what her team identified and learned that will be helpful for faculty looking to take their STEM coursework online.
January 16, 2020

ENE Names 2020 Interdisciplinary Engineering Outstanding Alumni

It is our great pleasure to present this year's recipients of the Engineering Education Outstanding Alumni Award, Judith Cleland, Pedro Pires de Miranda, Jennifer Kerr and Arnold Young, all graduates of the former Division of Interdisciplinary Engineering (now part of the School of Engineering Education). At our event held last week, we also celebrated our top junior and senior students for their academic achievements and service.
December 9, 2019

Sloan Indigenous Graduate Partnership Supports Native Students in STEM

IN THE NEWS | Michele Yatchmeneff (ENE PhD '15), University of Alaska-Anchorage Assistant Professor, is CoPI for SIGP that supports Native American scholars pursuing STEM grad education -the same program that she once participated in and inspired her to continue her own education.
November 4, 2019

Generations of Engineers

This week we celebrate First Generation College Awareness with a twist! We asked our First-Year Engineering students, "Are you a 1st Gen Engineer?"
October 24, 2019

FYE at Family Day

Purdue University's Family Weekend 2019 commences tomorrow! First-Year Engineering will participate as part of the College of Engineering's activities in the Neil Armstrong Hall of Engineering on Saturday, October 26, 2019, 10 AM - Noon.
September 16, 2019

Interdisciplinary? Sounds Like a Good Idea!

How does an engineering school dedicated to the future celebrate its past? That's a question with many answers, and some of them are personified in the story of one engineer. David Schwind, a distinguished Purdue alumnus and pioneer in acoustics, will be coming back to the University he loves on September 20 to combine recollection and inspiration for a day of important anniversaries.
June 20, 2019

2019 ASEE Honors and Stats

The year 2019 will be remembered as a banner year for our school at the American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference. Along with three major awards, two best paper finalists, and a distinguished lecture, our community reach has continued to grow through collaborative work with colleagues in many different fields and schools of engineering (and beyond!) around the globe.
May 2, 2019

Graduate Program Celebrates 2019 Student Awards

On April 26, 2019, the School of Engineering Education's Graduate Program celebrated 2019 Student Award Recipients at a reception in Wang Hall. Students were recognized for college and school research, teaching, and service awards as well as external honors. Congratulations to all of our graduate students!
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