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 2010-11

April 28, 2011 Planning for Fall 2011
April 21, 2011 ENE Seminar Teri Reed-Rhoads
March 24, 2011 Case Study Research: Is It Credible? Robert Stake
March 10, 2011 Student Approaches to Engineering Problem-Solving Elliot P. Douglas
February 24, 2011 Enhancing the Entrepreneurial Mindset of Freshmen Daniel Ferguson and Ken Reid
January 27, 2011 Social Media in Higher Education: Case Study and Analysis Mihaela Vorvoreanu
January 20, 2011 Global Policy Issues in a Changing World Arden Bement
November 18, 2010 Scaling the Revised PSVT-R: Characteristics of the First-Year Student's Spatial Ability Dr. Yukiko Maeda, Educational Psychology and So Yoon Yoon, Doctoral Candidate in Gifted Education