An Assessment of the Impact of Exploring Engineering Through An Experiential Learning Course on Student Attraction and Retention
With funding from National Science Foundation, a project-based experiential course has been introduced at the freshman level to acquaint students with the engineering field, and to attract students into engineering...
Students Perceptions of the Importance of the Faculty Technical Currency in Their Learning/Success in a Technology-Based Baccalaureate Program
During the last two decades, the pace of technological change has transformed the global economy into a knowledge-based or innovation-based economy, in which organizations are no longer valued on the basis on their...
Publication of reviewed or refereed articles is a common method of disseminating scholarly work. This paper explores the review processes in place for American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) publications,...
Historically, commercial market trends trickle down into engineering program curricula. In the computing systems marketplace, customers are demanding ever more complex features as computing systems become more capable...
As part of an ongoing longitudinal study of engineering education, I taught five chemical engineering courses in successive semesters to roughly the same body of students, beginning with the introductory course on...
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