Online Session Locator
Sun. June 25, 2023 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Room 305, Baltimore Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event
This workshop is based on the presenters' previous research, “‘At the bottom of the food chain’: Constructing our academic identity in engineering education as international graduate students,” for the 2022 ASEE annual conference. Funds of identity serve as the theoretical framework to understanding international students’ identities from three kinds of resources: socially distributed, culturally developed, and historically accumulated experiences. The previous and current work provided insights on the struggles of international graduate students from these three aspects. Workshop participant ... (continued)

Moderated by
  1. Mr. Siqing Wei
  1. Mr. Siqing Wei
    Purdue University at West Lafayette (COE)

    Siqing Wei received B.S. and M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University. He is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Engineering Education program as a triple boiler. His research interests span on three major research topics, which are teamwork, cultural diversity, and international student experiences. As a research assistant, he investigates how the cultural diversity of team members impacts the team dynamics and outcomes, particularly for international students. He aims to help students improve intercultural competency and teamwork competency by interventions, counseling, pedagogy, and tool sel ... (continued)

  2. Ms. Tiantian Li
    Purdue University at West Lafayette (COE)

    Tiantian Li (Olivia) is a Ph.D. student in Engineering Education at Purdue University. She graduated with a bachlor’s degree in Biological Engineering with a concentration of Pharmaceutical Processing Engineering. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Industrial Engineering. Her research interests are in assessing complex engineering competencies such as systems thinking skills and understanding the experiences of international scholars in the U.S.

  3. Mr. Cristian Eduardo Vargas-Ordonez P.E.
    Purdue University at West Lafayette (COE)

    Cristián Vargas-Ordóñez is a Colombian Ph.D. student in Engineering Education at Purdue University. His research is about integrating the arts and engineering to promote reflective critical thinking and compassion. Cristián is a Master in Education, Master in Science, Technology, and Society, and Chemical Engineer.

  4. Mr. Siqing Wei
    Purdue University at West Lafayette (COE)

Sun. June 25, 2023 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Room 313, Baltimore Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Participants will learn about databases for conducting research in engineering education that may include Engineering Village, Eric, Psycinfo, and Google Scholar. The session will focus on quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-method studies. Participants can bring in their own research questions or select from an available pool of questions. Activities will include hands-on review strategies, the selection of appropriate method(s) based on the selected research questions.

Moderated by
  1. Dr. Olukemi Akintewe
  1. Dr. Olukemi Akintewe
    University of South Florida

    Dr. Olukemi Akintewe, Assistant Professor of Instruction, Dept. of Medical Engineering and the Director of the First-year Engineering Experiential learning at the University of South Florida (USF). Dr. Akintewe holds a Doctorate in Chemical Engineering from USF, a Masters's in Materials Science & Engineering from the Ohio State University and her Bachelor's in Chemical Engineering from the City College of New York. Her research focuses on active learning in engineering education, effective mentorship, engineering predictive assessment models that support student learning, classroom ma ... (continued)

  2. Taru Malhotra
    University of Waterloo

    Dr. Taru Malhotra, University of Waterloo. Postdoctoral Fellow, Engineering Education, Faculty of Engineering, University of Waterloo. Dr. Malhotra’s research focuses on faculty development, exploring instructor beliefs and practices in STEM courses, online and blended learning, student perceptions, engagement, satisfaction, and achievement, course design, instructional design, learning theories, and fundamentals in education (Teacher Education, STEM Education/ Engineering Education), and TA training.

  3. Dr. Lizandra C Godwin
    University of New Mexico

    Dr. Lizandra C. Godwin is a faculty member in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the University of New Mexico. Dr. Godwin earned her M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Materials Science and Engineering from the University of Florida, and her B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Florida A&M University. Her research focuses on materials (ink) development for advanced manufacturing processes, microelectronic devices, and broadening participation in engineering. Her engineering education research involves both quantitative and qualitative methods. Prior to entering academia, Dr. Godwin w ... (continued)

  4. Dr. Olukemi Akintewe
    University of South Florida

U747·Student Division Social Event
Social Student Division (STDT)
Sun. June 25, 2023 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Key South Foyer - Reception Area, Hilton Baltimore Inner Harbor
Session Description

Free ticketed event
This informal hangout is for student conference attendees to meet and make connections. The awards for best paper and best diversity paper in the Student Division will be announced and celebrated. Note: Attendees may have to pay for their food and/or drinks. The location will be announced in a future Student Division newsletter and by email to those who have RSVP'd. Watch out for a future announcement.

Locations for the social event will be updated in Student Division Newsletter.

For those interested in: Broadening Participation in Engineering and Engineering Technology and New Members

M247·Student Division (STDT) Poster Session
Poster Student Division (STDT)
Mon. June 26, 2023 9:15 AM to 10:45 AM
Exhibit Hall ABCD , Baltimore Convention Center
Papers Presented
  1. Board 187: Poster: WIP: Neurodivergent Engineering Students’ Sense of Belonging at the University, Major, and Course Levels: A Mixed Methods Study [view paper]
    Ms. Candice W. Bolding (Clemson University), Mr. Robert M O'Hara (Clemson University), Penny S Edwards (Affiliation unknown), and Katherine Mulholland (Clemson University)
  2. Board 188: Student-centered and led approaches for improving Mental Health [view paper]
    Cody Petitt (Ohio University ), Dr. Greg Kremer (Ohio University), Dr. Timothy Cyders (Affiliation unknown), Emily McCarty (Affiliation unknown), Robert F. Lindsey (Affiliation unknown), and Ryan Pytosh (University of Florida)
  3. Board 189: WIP: Staff Communities of Practice for Makerspace Professional Development [view paper]
    Lindsey Pegram ("Be A Maker (BeAM)" Makerspace in the Department of Applied Physical Sciences at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ), Maria Christine Palmtag (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), and Ms. Anna Engelke (UNC-Chapel Hill / North Carolina State University)
  4. Board 190: Work in Progress: A Pilot Study on Faculty Perceptions of the Impact of COVID-19 on Undergraduate Engineering Student Readiness [view paper]
    Emily Fitzpatrick (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) and Dr. Jessica Deters (University of Nebraska - Lincoln)
Mon. June 26, 2023 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Room 349, Baltimore Convention Center
Moderated by
  1. Dr. Qin Liu
Papers Presented
  1. Work in Progress: Exploring the Relationship between Female Engineering Faculty and Degree Attainment of Women in Engineering [view paper]
    Claudia Vanessa Garcia (Society of Women Engineers), Dr. Roberta Rincon (Society of Women Engineers), and Daniel E. Chand (Kent State University)
  2. Work in Progress: An Investigation of the Influence of Academic Culture on Engineering Graduates' Workforce Expectations and Subsequent Work Behaviors [view paper]
    Philippa Eshun (Northwestern University) and Dr. Kacey Beddoes (San Jose State University)
  3. Engineering Pathways from High School to Workplace: A Review of the Literature [view paper]
    D'Andre Jermaine Wilson-Ihejirika (University of Toronto, Canada), Dr. Qin Liu (University of Toronto, Canada), Joanna Meihui Li (University of Toronto, Canada), Mustafa Nisar (University of Toronto, Canada), and Ms. Jiawen Lin (University of Toronto, Canada)
  4. Work in Progress: Assessing the Need for Mental Health Curricula for Civil, Architecture, and Construction Engineering [view paper]
    Sepehr Khorshid (University of Alabama) and Dr. Siyuan Song (University of Alabama)
  5. Mediating Expectations: Understanding the Influence of Grades on Professional Identity Formation in Undergraduate Engineering Students [view paper]
    Jackson Clyde Smith (Utah State University), Ilham Kabir (University of Maryland College Park), and Dr. Cassandra McCall (Utah State University)
Mon. June 26, 2023 1:30 PM to 3:00 PM
Room 349, Baltimore Convention Center
Moderated by
  1. Alexander V Struck Jannini
Papers Presented
  1. Work in Progress: Exploring Elements of a Mentoring and Professional Development Program in Engineering Education [view paper]
    Cyra Anderson (University of Michigan), Dr. Joi-lynn Mondisa (University of Michigan), and Mr. Nagash Clarke (University of Michigan)
  2. Reflection and Goal Setting: Methods for Improved Performance and Engagement in Engineering Courses [view paper]
    Kathryn Christopher (Grand Valley State University and Western Michigan University), C.J. Witherell (Grand Valley State University), and Aziz Gram Sarhan (Affiliation unknown)
  3. A Quantitative Study of Factors Predicting High-Achieving Engineering Students’ Progress towards Desired Educational Outcomes [view paper]
    Dr. Ibukun Samuel Osunbunmi (Utah State University) and Prof. Ning Fang (Utah State University)
  4. Reflections on the Process of Growing into Faculty: A Collaborative Experience in Being Apprentices [view paper]
    Mr. Duncan H. Mullins (State University of New York, Buffalo ) and AraOluwa Adaramola (Purdue University, West Lafayette)
  5. Reflections on Mentorship – Being the Change You Want to See in Engineering Education [view paper]
    Alexander V Struck Jannini (Purdue University at West Lafayette (COE))
Mon. June 26, 2023 3:15 PM to 4:45 PM
Room 349, Baltimore Convention Center
Moderated by
  1. Dr. Ping-Chuan Wang
Papers Presented
  1. Student-Led Makerspace Workshop Platform [view paper]
    Adam J Murrison (Worcester Polytechnic Institute), Cameron Wian (Worcester Polytechnic Institute), Sydney Kerivan (Worcester Polytechnic Institute), and Jakob Sperry (Worcester Polytechnic Institute)
  2. Circuit-Level Microelectronics Reliability Project to Foster Interdisciplinary Engineering Learning [view paper]
    Mr. Nigel Michael Caprotti (State University of New York, New Paltz) and Dr. Ping-Chuan Wang (State University of New York, New Paltz)
  3. Looking into the Design of Accessible Musical Instruments for Musicians with Physical Disabilities [view paper]
    Sydney Rose Fitzgerald (Spackenkill High School) and Dr. Hoda Ehsan (The Hill School )
  4. A Framework for the Classroom Use of Science-Fiction to Enhance Ethical Design Skills among Engineering Sudents [view paper]
    Elyas Masrour (Affiliation unknown)
  5. Work in Progress: A Survey of Artificial Intelligence Educational Resources for Pre-College Education [view paper]
    Eisa A. Khawaja (Alpharetta High School) and Dr. Hoda Ehsan (The Hill School )
Tue. June 27, 2023 9:15 AM to 10:45 AM
Room 349, Baltimore Convention Center
Moderated by
  1. Abigail Nichole Lehto
Papers Presented
  1. A Comparative Analysis of Support Perceptions between Transfer and First-Time-in-College Students in Engineering, Science, and Mathematics Programs [view paper]
    Mr. Hamidreza Taimoory (Virginia Tech), Dr. David B. Knight (Virginia Tech), and Dr. Walter C. Lee (Virginia Tech)
  2. Work in Progress: A Correlation Analysis of Engagement of First-Generation College Students in Engineering [view paper]
    Ms. Abigail Nichole Lehto (American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE)) and Prof. Ning Fang (Utah State University)
  3. Twenty-Four Hours in a Day: A Systematized Review of Community College Engineering Students with Outside Responsibilities [view paper]
    Ms. Anne Victoria Wrobetz (Front Range Community College, Colorado)
  4. Work in Progress: Bridging the Gap in Doctoral Engineering Education—Critically Investigating Factors Influencing Performance Outcomes on First Doctoral Degree Milestones [view paper]
    Ms. Nicole Adia Jefferson (Virginia Tech ) and Dr. Jeremi S. London (Virginia Tech)
  5. Push and Pull: Exploring the Engineering Retention Problem for Underrepresented Groups and Gauging Interest in Interdisciplinary Integration into Undergraduate Curriculum [view paper]
    Anastasia M. K. Schauer (Georgia Institute of Technology), August Kohls (Carnegie Mellon University), and Dr. Katherine Fu (University of Wisconsin - Madison)
Tue. June 27, 2023 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Room 349, Baltimore Convention Center
Moderated by
  1. Darby Rose Riley
Papers Presented
  1. Why Should You Join? Exploring the Role of Engineering Clubs on the Undergraduate Engineering Experience [view paper]
    Ms. Katherine Drinkwater (Duke University), Dr. Karis Boyd-Sinkler (Duke University), and Dr. Rebecca Simmons (Duke University)
  2. The Meme Game: A Hands-On Activity to Introduce First-Year Engineers to Concepts in Mathematical/Computational Modeling [view paper]
    Luke Raus (Olin College of Engineering), Katherine Mackowiak (Affiliation unknown), Stephanos Matsumoto (Olin College of Engineering), and Prof. Zachary Riggins del Rosario (Olin College of Engineering)
  3. Work in Progress: Developing an Ethnographic Observation and Reflection Template: An Example from Studying Epistemic Differences within EER Teams [view paper]
    Ms. Isabel Anne Boyd (University of Tennessee, Knoxville), Chulin Chen (University of Tennessee, Knoxville), Lorna Treffert (University of Tennessee, Knoxville), Alexis Gillmore (University of Tennessee, Knoxville), and Dr. Courtney June Faber (University of Tennessee, Knoxville)
  4. An Approach to Understanding Problem Solving Using Multiple Solution Methods [view paper]
    Mr. Hao Li (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and Dr. Anette Hosoi (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
T447·The Use of Generative AI in Engineering Education – the Concerns and Opportunities
Panel Student Division (STDT) and Computers in Education Division (COED)
Tue. June 27, 2023 1:30 PM to 3:00 PM
Room 349, Baltimore Convention Center
Session Description

The need for engineers to abide by professional and ethical conduct in the discharge of their duties is of great importance in ensuring the safety of people and the reputation of the engineering profession. Likewise, engineering students should abide by a code of academic integrity in their preparation to become professional engineers. In light of this, stakeholders in engineering education are concerned about how to maintain a culture of academic integrity and ethics in the wake of the increased cases of self-reported academic dishonesty among students. In recent times, this concern has been wor ... (continued)

For those interested in: Advocacy and Policy and Broadening Participation in Engineering and Engineering Technology

Moderated by
  1. Mr. Viyon Dansu
  1. Dr. Andrew Katz
    Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

    Andrew Katz is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Engineering Education at Virginia Tech. He leads the Improving Decisions in Engineering Education Agents and Systems (IDEEAS) Lab. Research in the Lab focuses on novel ways for understanding and improving how engineering students and educators make decisions ranging from design choices to career choices to instructional decisions. Current work especially focuses on normative decision making around environmental sustainability, AI/ML ethics, and applications of natural language processing for teaching and research in engineering education

  2. Dr. Aditya Johri
    George Mason University

    Aditya Johri is Professor of Information Sciences & Technology and Director of Technocritical Research in AI, Learning & Society Lab (trailsLAB) at George Mason University, USA. He studies how technology shapes learning across formal and informal settings and the ethical implications

    of using technology in education. He publishes broadly in the fields of engineering and computing education, educational technology, and computer-supported collaborative work and learning. His research has been recognized with several best paper awards and his co-edited volume, the Cambridge Handbook of En ... (continued)

  3. Linjue Wang
    University of Michigan

    Dr. Linjue (Jade) Wang -is an instructional consultant at the Center of Research on Learning & Teaching in Engineering (CRLT-Engin) at the University of Michigan. She creates teaching & learning workshops, provides consultation, and leads programs to support faculty development for tenure track and lecturers in Michigan Engineering. She received a Ph.D. in Engineering Education and an M.S. in Industrial Systems Engineering from The Ohio State University (2022). Her doctoral research focused on 1) how engineering students develop empathy during community-based learning (e.g., service-learn ... (continued)

  4. Kerrie Danielle Hooper
    Florida International University

    Kerrie Hooper is a doctoral student at Florida International University (FIU). Her research focuses on AI education, AI ethics, women’s careers in computing, and arts-based approaches to STEM education. She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the University of Guyana in 2019. Then she worked for two years in the industry as a Data Analyst & Systems Administrator before pursuing her doctoral degree. She is also pursuing her Master’s in Data Science and Artificial Intelligence at FIU. Kerrie Hooper believes that a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusive (DEI) Lens is crucial for ... (continued)

  5. Mr. Yashin Brijmohan
    University of Nebraska - Lincoln

    Yashin Brijmohan is a professional engineer, currently pursuing his PhD in Engineering Education Research, and serves as the Chair of the ASEE student division. He previously held engineering and management portfolios within the power industry and academia and is known for his thought leadership in education and engineering capacity building. He is currently Co-Chair of the Africa Asia Pacific Accord, Board Member of the UNESCO International Centre for Engineering Education and Chairperson of the Engineering Education Committee of the Federation of African Engineering Organisations. He previously ... (continued)

Tue. June 27, 2023 3:15 PM to 4:45 PM
Room 349, Baltimore Convention Center
Moderated by
  1. Ms. Jessica Fallon
Papers Presented
  1. Highlighting Community Cultural Wealth of Black Students Raised in the United States by Parents Born and Raised Abroad [view paper]
    Miss Aimee Sayster (Clemson University ), Ms. Jessica Fallon (Clemson University), Dr. Catherine E. Brawner (Research Triangle Educational Consultants), Dr. Catherine Mobley (Clemson University), Dr. Marisa K. Orr (Clemson University), and Dr. Rebecca Brent (Education Designs, Inc)
  2. Attracting Black Students to Undergraduate Engineering Programs: A Rapid Review for Broadening Participation [view paper]
    Micaha Dean Hughes (North Carolina State University, Raleigh) and John Roberts (UK College of Engineering)
  3. Supporting Students with Minoritized Gender Identities in Research: the Design and Assessment of an Initiative in Electrical and Computer Engineering [view paper]
    Ms. Mei-Yun Lin (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign), Hsinju Chen (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign), Prof. Holly M. Golecki (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign), Leah Espenhahn (Affiliation unknown), Erin Marie Raftery (Affiliation unknown), Alyssa Huang (Affiliation unknown), and Mayura Kulkarni (Affiliation unknown)
  4. Supporting Graduate Women in Engineering: The Approach and Findings of a Year-Long Program at UIUC [view paper]
    Ms. Aadhy Parthasarathy (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign), Rupal Nigam (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign), Aanchal Gupta (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign), Ms. Tove Elisabeth Kopperstad (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign), Ani Pirosmanishvili (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign), and Theresa Ann Saxton-Fox (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)
  5. The Effect of a Collaborative Environment on Engineering Students' Social Networks [view paper]
    Hannah Corbin (Rowan University), Noor Aulakh (Rowan University), Alex Herrman (Rowan University), Conor Peterson (Affiliation unknown), Shahir Shariful Mollah (Affiliation unknown), Darby Rose Riley (Rowan University), and Dr. Kaitlin Mallouk (Rowan University)
W347·Student Division Business Meeting
Business Student Division (STDT)
Wed. June 28, 2023 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Room 334, Baltimore Convention Center
Session Description

Student Division Business Meeting