Spring 2014 Seminars
|Event Date:||May 8, 2014|
ENE Research Seminar Series - Spring 2014
January 23: “Basics of Argumentation in Academic Writing”, Writing Lab, Sean Mitsein, Part 1
February 6: “Basics of Argumentation in Academic Writing”, Writing Lab, Sean Mitsein, Part 2
February 13: Ruth Streveler, ENE - “Fun Facts about the Brain and Their Implications for Engineering Learning and Teaching.
February 20: Qing Lei, Institute of Higher Education, Beihang University - “Engineering Education in China”, Qing Lei, Institute of Higher Education, Beihang University
February 27: Farshid Marbouti, ENE - “You May be Able to Teach Early Classes, but Students May Not be Awake Yet!
March 6: Anna Douglas, INSPIRE - “Examining the Role of Gender in Elementary Students' Engineering Identity Development and Knowledge Outcomes: A Structural Equation Approach.
March 13: David Radcliffe, ENE - “ENE Moves: Opportunities and Challenges over the next Five Years.
March 20: No Seminar – Spring Break
March 27: Norman Fortenberry, ASEE Executive Director - “Engineering Faculty for the 21st Century – Innovations with Impact” - presentation.
April 3: ENEGSA Town Hall Meeting
April 10: Gina Svarovsky, Science Museum of Minnesota - "Exploring the Role of Museums in Broadening Participation in Engineering" - presentation.
April 17: Şenay Purzer's ELO Research Group, Purdue School of Engineering Education - Engineering Students and Their Approaches to Design - presentation.
April 24: ENE 595 Class - "Analyzing Video Data for Research Without Being Overwhelmed" - presentation.
May 1: ENE 590 Presentation - Corey Schimpf - Family-Friendly Policies: Institutional Changes and their Impact on ENGR Faculty Members - presentation.