School of Engineering Education Seminars

The School of Engineering Education hosts a weekly seminar series from 3:30 to 4:20 p.m. on Thursdays in Armstrong Hall, in a new location, Room 1109.*  

These seminars provide the engineering education community a chance to get together to talk about new ideas, share successes and new research, and support developing research. A novel mix of presentations, performances, and conversations facilitated by external visitors and Purdue University members is on offer. This seminar is for graduate and undergraduate students, staff, and faculty from across the university. Join us!  

*except for the Interdisciplinary Engineering Colloquium, which takes place in Kurz Atrium in Armstrong Hall.

Past Seminars 2008-09

April 9, 2009 Open Access: Perspectives from the Purdue Libraries and the Purdue University Press Beth McNeil, Mark Newton, Bryan Shaffer
March 19, 2009 Spring break: No seminar.
March 12, 2009 Developing the Digital Logic Concept Inventory Geoffrey Herman
February 26, 2009 Yvonna Lincoln Yvonna Lincoln
February 19, 2009 Discussing "unconferences" Alice Pawley & David Radcliffe
January 22, 2009 From Conception to Intervention: Three studies on Undergraduate Students' Understanding of "Size and Scale" Greg Light, Su Swarat, Eun Jung Park, & Denise Drane
December 18, 2008 ENE 590 Presentations People enrolled in ENE 590 during Fall 2008
November 6, 2008 Venues for Publishing Engineering Education Research Noemi Mendoza-Diaz, James Cawthorne
October 16, 2008 FIE Practice Presentations ENE and other graduate students
October 2, 2008 Design Squad: A Journey into Reality (TV) Shawn Jordan