Online Session Locator
Sat. June 22, 2024 8:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Regency Ballroom A, Hyatt Regency Portland (HQ Hotel)
Session Description

ASEE Board of Directors Finance Committee Meeting

There are currently 24 registrants interested in attending
Sat. June 22, 2024 11:05 AM to 1:00 PM
Regency Ballroom A, Hyatt Regency Portland (HQ Hotel)
Session Description

ASEE Board of Directors Executive Committee Meeting

There are currently 20 registrants interested in attending
S143B·ASEE Long-Range Planning Committee Meeting
Business ASEE Board of Directors
Sat. June 22, 2024 1:05 PM to 4:00 PM
Regency Ballroom A, Hyatt Regency Portland (HQ Hotel)
Session Description

ASEE Long-Range Planning Committee Meeting

There are currently 25 registrants interested in attending
U69·Sunrise Yoga
Special ASEE Headquarters
Sun. June 23, 2024 7:00 AM to 7:45 AM
Oregon Ballroom Foyer/Plaza, Oregon Convention Center
There are currently 45 registrants interested in attending
U143·ASEE Board of Directors Meeting
Business ASEE Board of Directors
Sun. June 23, 2024 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Regency Ballroom A, Hyatt Regency Portland (HQ Hotel)
Session Description

ASEE Board of Directors Meeting

There are currently 22 registrants interested in attending
U154·Quiet Room
Special ABET Sponsored Sessions
Sun. June 23, 2024 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
A101 - Quiet Room, Oregon Convention Center
There are currently 3 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 23, 2024 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Holladay Suite - Childcare Room, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

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Advance Registration Required:

We are delighted to announce that KiddieCorp will be hosting the children's program during the 131st Annual Conference and Exposition. With thirty-eight years of experience, KiddieCorp has been a trusted provider of high-quality children's programs and youth services for conventions, trade shows, and special events.

KiddieCorp's longstanding partnership with the American Academy of Pediatrics has played a key role in establishing us as a premier provider of children's program services. Our commitment t ... (continued)

There are currently 15 registrants interested in attending
U169A·Mothers Room
Special ASEE Headquarters
Sun. June 23, 2024 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
A102 - Mother's Room, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Mothers Room

There are currently 2 registrants interested in attending
U269·ASEE Registration Open
Hq ASEE Headquarters
Sun. June 23, 2024 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM
Exhibit Hall B, C & D, Oregon Convention Center
There are currently 60 registrants interested in attending
U269C·Regional Hub Members
Business ASEE Headquarters
Sun. June 23, 2024 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Willamette 8, Hyatt Regency Portland (HQ Hotel)
Session Description

Regional Hub Members

Sun. June 23, 2024 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Oregon Ballroom Foyer/Plaza, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

The ASEE Career and Graduate Fair continues at the 2024 Annual Conference. This event will bring universities, companies, and organizations to recruit students, faculty, and others and allow participants opportunities to enhance their careers or further their education.

The fair will offer three different options for attendees:

1) Education opportunities at academic institutions for students from high school to postdocs
2) Job opportunities at academic institutions for professors, lecturers, etc.
3) Private sector jobs for students and graduates.

The fair will take place outside of the Ore ... (continued)

There are currently 102 registrants interested in attending
U482·UEC All Dean and Associate/Assistant Dean Meeting
Business Undergraduate Experience Committee (UEC)
Sun. June 23, 2024 12:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Columbia 1, Hyatt Regency Portland (HQ Hotel)
Session Description

Ticketed event: $60.00 advanced registration and $70.00 on site registration
This session for academic leaders responsible for undergraduate education provides an opportunity to discuss timely concerns related to delivering quality undergraduate engineering programs. It also provides a platform for networking across the spectrum of engineering colleges. At this year's gathering, we will start with lunch and conversation followed by discussion of ABET and DEI, student mental health, and improving the faculty pipeline.

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

Moderated by
  1. Dr. Cynthia B. Paschal, Dr. John-David "JD" S Yoder, and Dr. Lynne A Molter
There are currently 59 registrants interested in attending
U492B·DEI Leaders Meeting – by invitation only
Special Organizations Outside ASEE
Sun. June 23, 2024 12:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Willamette 1A, Hyatt Regency Portland (HQ Hotel)
Session Description

DEI Leaders Meeting – by invitation only

There are currently 6 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
C126, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Ticketed event: Flower Bots - $60.00 advanced registration and $70.00 on site registration
Robotics is an ideal tool for illustrating connections between multiple disciplines such as computer science, electrical engineering, and mechanical engineering. It is also a great way to get young people interested in, involved in, and excited about the possibilities of STEM. However, there are some challenges that may limit the ability of some diverse or resource limited communities from being able to access the benefits of robotics education. These barriers include the high cost of educational robotics platforms and lack of a knowledge base for novice educators to access. In this workshop, par ... (continued)

Speaker
  1. Dr. Carlotta A Berry
    Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

    Dr. Carlota A. Berry is a professor, author, researcher, mentor, role model, prolific speaker, and a STEM trailblazer. In her efforts to increase the number of women and historically marginalized and minoritized students earning degrees in computer science, computer, electrical, and software engineering at her university, she co-founded the Rose Building Undergraduate Diversity professional development, networking, and scholarship program in 2008. Since its inception, there have been approximately 40 graduates and the number of women at the university has increased to 25%.

    In 2020, to achieve ... (continued)

There are currently 16 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Portland Ballroom B - SGS, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Ticketed event: SUNDAY WORKSHOP: The use of Generative AI - $5.00 advanced registration and $10.00 on site registration
The use of artificial intelligence (AI) based applications is increasing across all engineering disciplines. Higher education needs to keep pace with this development to leverage these developments to conduct better research and training and, critically, to ensure that students are prepared to use these tools in their work and for lifelong learning.

In particular, in recent years, the use of generative AI (GAI) driven tools and applications such as ChatGPT, Dall-E, Midjourney, CoPilot, and Autodesk, has become popular. GAI is a subfield of AI in which deep learning and large language models are ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Dr. Aditya Johri
    George Mason University

    Aditya Johri is Professor of Information Sciences & Technology and Director of Technocritical Research in AI, Learning & Soceity 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 Engin ... (continued)

  2. 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 received his Ph.D. in engineering education from Purdue University, has a master’s degree in environmental engineering from Texas A&M University and a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Tulane University. His research focuses on engineering ethics, decision-making, and system development. To do this, he examines topics such as faculty mental models of engineering ethics and education, processes of change in ethics education, and students’ views of ethics and social responsibility. ... (continued)

There are currently 108 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Columbia 2 , Hyatt Regency Portland (HQ Hotel)
Session Description

Free ticketed event
This workshop is a collaboration between three institutions: The Georgia Institute of Technology, The Imperial College London, and The University of Wisconsin-Madison. Aligned with the stated DEED priority topic, “Teams and Teamwork in Design Education”, these three institutions have an emerging collaboration to further develop student teamwork skills grounded in diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) as a foundational aspect of effective teamwork.
Each institution has distinct, yet complementary approaches and the proposed workshop will engage participants in mini versions of activities from ea ... (continued)

Moderated by
  1. Chris Dakes
Speakers
  1. Dr. James Iain Campbell
    Imperial College London

    Dr. Campbell (he/him) is a teaching fellow currently teaching in and leading several practical lab-based engineering modules across the first 3 years of an integrated Master's Chemical Engineering program. In this role, Dr. Campbell sees firsthand the negative effect ineffective teamwork can have on learning. Alongside his colleague Deesha Chadha, James has run a workshop on teamwork with first year students since 2018.

  2. Dr. Deesha Chadha

    Dr. Chadha (she/her) is a senior strategic teaching fellow who has been at Imperial College since 2018. She led the undergraduate curriculum review for the department and has a keen interest in professional skills development. Dr. Chadha conducted her doctoral work on modelling the development of professional skills in engineering. She is also a member of the College’s special interest group on the topic.

  3. Chris Dakes
    University of Wisconsin - Madison

    Dr. Dakes (he/him) has dedicated his 25+ year career to leading change efforts in higher education that contribute to individual learning and advance organizational capacity. His work is grounded in the foundational principle that positive results emerge when we enrich the workplace environment, improve effectiveness of diverse teams, and focus on health, quality, and balance of life. The impact of his work can be seen locally, nationally, and internationally through the ongoing work of individuals with whom he has collaborated, programmatic successes and organizational structures that persist, and publications that continue to be referenced by others.

  4. Angela Kita
    University of Wisconsin - Madison

    Dr. Kita (she/her) is committed to improving learning experiences for all students through classroom innovation, program development, and fostering community. Her passion for all things teaching and learning began through teaching experiences as a graduate student, particularly working with non-biology majors exploring the various systems and structures found in animal phylogeny. She has worked collaboratively with faculty and staff on curriculum development, improved instructor support, and cross-campus projects. As a member of the Center for Innovation in Engineering Education, she is excited t ... (continued)

  5. Dr. Mary Lynn Realff

    Dr. Realff (she/her) is the Associate Chair for Undergraduate Programs in the School of Materials Science and Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology and the Cox Faculty
    Fellow, Co-Director of the Center for Women, Science, and Technology, and a Fellow of the Center for Deliberate Innovation. She is a transformational leader with a passion for diversity, equity, and inclusion. She is the founding director of the Effective Team Dynamics Initiative (ETD) which delivers on the vision that Georgia Tech will be a community where everyone's unique contributions are recognized. ETD cultiv ... (continued)

  6. Dr. Christa M Wille

    Dr. Wille (she/her) is passionate about using research to advance teaching and learning in higher education, especially in engineering. Through her lived experiences as a learner across multiple disciplines, her leadership in instructional design of a flipped classroom in her biomechanics courses, and her extensive background in research, she is well suited to support scholarship of teaching and learning projects. As a member of the Center for Innovation in Engineering Education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, she is eager to help use research to advocate for and support educational pract ... (continued)

  7. Chris Dakes
    University of Wisconsin - Madison

There are currently 40 registrants interested in attending
U413B·SUNDAY WORKSHOP: Design Signatures in the Wild: Making the Invisible Visible
Workshop Design in Engineering Education Division (DEED)
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Columbia 3 , Hyatt Regency Portland (HQ Hotel)
Session Description

Free ticketed event
This workshop engages with the question: how might we help students become better able to intentionally engage in a design process, as part of an effort to help them become reflective practitioners of design? On a theoretical level, this work connects to the diversity of design processes and research on metacognition. This workshop also builds on prior research on helping students to become more metacognitively aware of their current state in a design process. In this interactive 2.5-hour workshop, participants will learn how to build self-awareness for their students and themselves through self ... (continued)

Moderated by
  1. Dr. Cynthia J. Atman
Speakers
  1. Dr. Cynthia J. Atman
    University of Washington

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  2. Prof. Reid Bailey
    University of Virginia

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  3. Prof. Susannah Howe
    Smith College

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  4. Dr. Daria A Kotys-Schwartz
    University of Colorado Boulder

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  5. Dr. Micah Lande
    South Dakota School of Mines and Technology

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  6. Miss Yuliana Flores
    University of Washington

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  7. Prof. Eli Patten
    University of Washington

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  8. Krina Patel
    University of California, Berkeley

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  9. Dr. Jennifer A Turns
    University of Washington

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  10. Dr. Cynthia J. Atman
    University of Washington

There are currently 52 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
G131, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event
The growing population of Latin* engineering students have diverse identities and backgrounds, and they pursue engineering at a range of institutional types across and beyond the United States. Latin* engineering students have increased as a proportion of today’s baccalaureate graduates, to as high as 10.4% by 2016, up from 5.9% 20 years earlier (NCSES, 2021). However, Latin* engineering students continue to be underrepresented and face exclusionary engineering contexts. Latin* engineering students navigate a hidden curriculum of knowledges and ways of being not explicitly taught in their course ... (continued)

Moderated by
  1. Dr. Sarah Rodriguez
Speakers
  1. Dr. Lara Perez-Felkner
    Florida A&M University - Florida State University

    Lara Perez-Felkner, Ph.D. (she/her/ella) is an Associate Professor of Higher Education and Sociology at Florida State University (FSU) and Senior Research Associate with FSU’s Center for Postsecondary Success. Her research focuses on the mechanisms shaping social disparities in postsecondary access and persistence. This work investigates racial–ethnic, gender, and socioeconomic disparities in postsecondary pathways to educational attainment and scientific careers, especially in computing and engineering fields. Dr. Perez-Felkner co-edited and authored a New Directions in Institutional Research vo ... (continued)

  2. Ciera Fluker

    Ciera Fluker, Ph.D. (she/her/ella) graduated from the Higher Education Program at Florida State University in 2023. She served as a research graduate assistant at Florida State University where her research explored policy and institutional strategies for improving underrepresented racial minority students’ pathways through higher education and engineering. Through her mixed methods research she centers Black and Latin* students’ voices while underscoring their resiliency and success. In addition to education research, Ciera is a skilled training consultant with 10 years of experience leading the ... (continued)

  3. Dr. Sarah Rodriguez
    Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

    Sarah L. Rodriguez is an Associate Professor of Engineering Education and an affiliate faculty member with the Higher Education Program at Virginia Tech. In her research, she concentrates on identifying and asking urgent questions about systemic inequities such as racism, sexism, and classism that marginalized communities experience as they transition to and through their engineering and computing higher education experiences.

  4. Maria L Espino M.A
    University of California, Los Angeles

    Maria L. Espino, Ph.D. (she/her/ella) is a Postdoctoral Researcher at San Diego State University and a Research Analyst at the University of California, Los Angeles. Dra. Espino is a first-generation Queer Latina who is a proud daughter of immigrants. She earned her Ph.D. in the Higher Education Administration Program from Iowa State University. She obtained her master’s degree in Educational Policy and Leadership at Marquette University and her Bachelor’s degree at the University of Wisconsin – Madison with a double major in Community and Nonprofit Leadership and Gender and Women studies. She is ... (continued)

  5. Adriana Facundo
    Boise State University

    Adriana Facundo (she/her) is the inaugural Director of the Micron Student Success Center in the College of Engineering at Boise State University and a doctoral student in the Higher Education Leadership program at Colorado State University. She is originally from Michigan and attended Aquinas College in Grand Rapids, MI and received a Master of Arts in Higher Education Student Affairs at Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, Michigan. She is Mexican-American and was a first-generation college student who grew up in a low-income household; her entire educational experience from kindergarten th ... (continued)

  6. Rene Alberto Hernandez
    Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

    René Hernandez is a Salvadoran first-generation graduate student in Virginia Tech’s School of Education. He is pursuing his Ph.D. in Higher Education with a cognate in Engineering Education. He has more than 10 years of K-12 and higher education experience which he leverages towards his pursuits of helping others find success in education. He has an evolving research agenda focused on pathways, policy, and how it shapes undergraduate engineering education, with specific attention to first-generation college students, low-income, and immigrant populations. He is currently working on two NSF grants that focus on STEM and Engineering students.

  7. Kevin Jay Kaufman-Ortiz
    Purdue University at West Lafayette (COE)

    Kevin Jay Kaufman Ortiz (he/him/él) is a graduate student pursuing a Ph.D. in Engineering Education at Purdue University. He was born in Brooklyn, New York and raised in Hormigueros, Puerto Rico. In May 2021, he received his B.S. in Industrial Engineering at the University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez Campus (UPRM). During his undergraduate years, he obtained a teaching certification in math education at UPRM and became certified by the Department of Education of Puerto Rico. His current interests lie in belonging, acculturation, and migration of engineers from the U.S. territories to the mainland. H ... (continued)

  8. Dr. Tonisha B Lane
    Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

    Tonisha B. Lane, Ph.D. is an assistant professor of Higher Education in the School of Education at Virginia Tech. She received her Ph.D. in Higher, Adult and Lifelong Education from Michigan State University. She studies the experiences and outcomes of underrepresented groups in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Her research also focuses on the recruitment, retention, and well-being of Black students and professionals in higher education. Using a variety of methodological designs, and with the support from Spencer Foundation and the National Science Foundation, she has exp ... (continued)

  9. Mr. Brian Le
    University of California, Los Angeles

    Brian Le (he/him/his) is currently a Ph.D. student in the Higher Education and Organizational Change (HEOC) program at UCLA. Brian holds a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology & health from Iowa State University and a master’s degree in student affairs in higher education from Marquette University. Prior to attending UCLA, Brian worked at Iowa State University for 4 years as a student’s program coordinator for the Science Bound program, a pre-college through college program focused on working with scholars from underrepresented backgrounds to pursue a degree in STEM. He has been a research affili ... (continued)

  10. Mr. Leonardo Pollettini Marcos

    Leonardo Pollettini Marcos is currently a Ph.D. student in the Engineering Education program at Purdue University. He received a bachelor's degree in Materials Engineering and a master’s degree in Materials Science and Engineering from the Federal University of São Carlos (UFSCar), Brazil. Leonardo also served as one of the national directors for the student branch of the Brazilian Society of Engineering Education from 2019 to 2020. His research interests lie in global perspectives on the accreditation of engineering programs, curriculum development, and assessment.

  11. Dr. Janice Mejía
    Northwestern University

    Janice Mejía, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Instruction in the Department of Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences at Northwestern University. Her research interests focus on mixed methods in engineering education, curriculum assessment and development, and engineering identity. Dr. Mejía earned a B.S. in Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences, an M.A. in Organizational Leadership, and M.A. in Higher Education Administration, and a Ph.D. in Mathematics and Science Education. Prior to joining Northwestern, she worked in for-profit and non-profit sectors to optimize technologies, processes, and policies in organizations.

  12. Dr. Renata A Revelo
    The University of Illinois at Chicago

    Renata A. Revelo, Ph.D. is a Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Illinois, Chicago in the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. She was a first-generation college student, migrated from Ecuador to the United States as a teenager with her parents and sister. She is the first in her family to obtain a Ph.D. Her research focuses on shifting the culture of engineering via the study of engineering identity which centers students of color and examines systemic change.

  13. Dr. Sarah Rodriguez
    Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

    Sarah L. Rodriguez, Ph.D. (she/her/hers) is an Associate Professor of Engineering Education and an affiliate faculty member with the Higher Education Program at Virginia Tech. Her engineering education research agenda centers upon engineering and computing identity development of historically marginalized populations at higher education institutions. In her research, she concentrates on identifying and asking urgent questions about systemic inequities such as racism, sexism, and classism that marginalized communities experience as they transition to and through their engineering and computing hig ... (continued)

  14. Mr. Hector Enrique Rodríguez-Simmonds
    Purdue Engineering Education

    Héctor E. Rodríguez-Simmonds, Ph.D. was raised in South Florida and born in Mexico. Half Colombian and half Mexican; proud Mexilombian. Currently, he is a Visiting Assistant Professor in Engineering at Boston College. Before receiving his Ph.D. in Engineering Education, he earned his master's degree in electrical and computer engineering. Héctor's research primarily investigates how students negotiate their visible and less visible identities as they form their professional engineering identity, specifically at the intersection of their racial/ethnic, sexual orientation, gender, and engin ... (continued)

  15. Lisette Esmeralda Torres-Gerald

    Lisette E. Torres (she/her/ella) is a trained scientist and disabled scholar-activist who is a Senior Researcher at TERC, a non-profit made up of teams of math and science education and research experts. She is also the Director of Operations and Communication for the new national NSF AISL equity resource center called the Reimagining Equity and Values in Informal STEM Education (REVISE) Center. Torres has a Ph.D. in Education with a Certificate in Social Justice from the School of Education at Iowa State University and a M.S. in Zoology with a Certificate in Ecology from Miami University. Her ac ... (continued)

  16. Ulises Juan Trujillo Garcia

    Ulises Trujillo Garcia (he/him/él) is pursuing a Ph.D. in Engineering Education Systems and Design at Arizona State University. He has held a number of leadership positions during his undergraduate career, which earned him a variety of accolades. These experiences helped him identify his passion which is rooted in supporting Latina/o/x students with migrant farm working backgrounds in higher education, especially in engineering spaces. Currently, Ulises is working on a project titled "Empowering Children of Migratory/Seasonal Farmworkers with Gamification and Culturally-Responsive Engineerin ... (continued)

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

    Cristian Vargas-Ordóñez (he/él) is a Colombian Ph.D. student in Engineering Education at Purdue University focusing on epistemic justice, diversity and multicultural engineering education. As a first-generation professional, gay, yoga teacher, dancer aficionado, and english as a second language (ESL) student. His publications about social justice in engineering education, compassion resulting from interdisciplinary education, and international engineering graduate students' well-being reflect this awareness. Vargas-Ordóñez has expertise in educational programs serving first-year engineering s ... (continued)

  18. Dr. Dina Verdin
    Arizona State University, Polytechnic Campus

    Dina Verdín, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor of Engineering at the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University. She graduated from San José State University with a BS in Industrial Systems Engineering and from Purdue University with an MS in Industrial Engineering and Ph.D. in Engineering Education. Her research program is dedicated to promoting equity and inclusion in engineering by confronting the pervasive barriers facing minoritized students. Her work seeks to address the challenges Latinx, first-generation college students, and women in engineering face by focusing on tw ... (continued)

There are currently 34 registrants interested in attending
U416·SUNDAY WORKSHOP: The Changing Role of Universities and Colleges in Accelerating Community Sustainability
Workshop Energy Conversion, Conservation and Nuclear Engineering Division (ECCNE)
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
F150, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event
This workshop will focus on case studies of successful and rapid decarbonization of energy use in large, complex Colleges, including challenges, opportunities, and results. The ability of the structured and integrated process to be effectively extended to host communities and the potential for academic curricula development will also be discussed. The workshop will be presented in sections, followed by a discussion shaped by some guiding questions.

3.1 Global Energy Transition
The opening section will present an overview of the current status of the world’s energy systems’ transition to near-ze ... (continued)

Moderated by
  1. Peter John Garforth
Speakers
  1. Peter John Garforth

    Peter Garforth leads a specialist consultancy based in Toledo, Ohio. He advises major colleges, communities, cities, companies, property developers and policy makers on developing competitive, long-term breakthrough energy and climate plans that reduce the economic and environmental impact of energy use. He strives to ensure that any recommended investment has a sound business basis and reflects the larger movements in the energy market. Peter is well connected in the energy productivity business and regulatory community around the world. Peter is often approached to provide inputs as an expert a ... (continued)

  2. Michael A. Nealon
    Henry Ford College

    Dr. Michael A. Nealon serves as Vice President of Academic Affairs and Chief Academic Officer at Henry Ford College (Dearborn, MI). Dr. Nealon brings nearly 30 years of college-level teaching and administrative experience to the post, having previously taught at Lansing Community College, DePaul University (Chicago, IL), Northwestern University (Evanston, IL), and North Park College and Seminary (Chicago, IL). Nealon earned a PhD in Musicology from Northwestern University in 1997. He holds a Master’s degree from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville and a Bachelor of Arts from St. Michael’s Co ... (continued)

  3. Reuben Brukley
    Henry Ford College

    Reuben Brukley is the Facilities Director at Henry Ford College in Dearborn, Michigan. He is responsible for overseeing construction, sustainability, custodial, trades, and landscaping services, and mechanical operations. Since assuming the Director’s role in 2019, he has overseen sustainability efforts with tangible results across all areas of the College for which he is responsible. Reuben has 25+ years of progressive facilities experience.

  4. Nicholas Paseiro
    Henry Ford College

    Nicholas Paseiro is the Sustainability Coordinator at Henry Ford College overseeing the implementation of the campus-wide Integrated Energy Master Plan (IEMP). During his career, he has worked in both the private sector and state and federal government in the fields of energy management, environmental policy, sustainable design, and code enforcement.

  5. Herbert Sinnock
    Sheridan College

    As Director Sustainability at Sheridan College, Herb Sinnock is responsible for implementation of Mission Zero, the institution’s ambitious plan to reduce energy consumption, waste to landfill and greenhouse gas emissions. Prior to joining Sheridan College, he was Manager of the Centennial Energy Institute at Centennial College in Scarborough, Ontario. With nearly 25 years of experience in the energy sector, Herb has worked in project management, technology research and product development for projects funded by Ontario Centres of Excellence, Ontario Power Authority, US Department of Energy, US A ... (continued)

  6. Spencer Wood
    Humber College

    Spencer Wood has been in Facilities Management at Humber for 24 years. As the Director of Facilities Management, he oversees all operations and maintenance activities as well as leading Humber’s sustainability and energy efficiency initiatives. Notable recent successes of those initiatives include Canada’s Greenest Employer award 8 years in a row, the development of Humber’s Integrated Energy Master Plan, the first institutional Canadian Passive House retrofit, and the development of the cutting edge “Switch” project to reduce natural gas use on campus by 70%. Spencer is passionate about creating ... (continued)

  7. Peter John Garforth

There are currently 4 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Portland Ballroom C, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event
As future members of a global workforce, engineering students increasingly operate in intercultural work environments, both throughout their academic studies and professional careers post-graduation.
Moreover, many engineering students will need to navigate international business scenarios and may
feel unprepared to maneuver the diverse cultural landscapes ahead. Intercultural competency models also offer another lens for teaching information literacy by acknowledging culture’s role and influence in how we create, gather, share, evaluate, and use information. In order to better prepare students f ... (continued)

Moderated by
  1. Heather Howard
Speakers
  1. Heather Howard
    Purdue University Library TSS

    Heather A. Howard is an Associate Professor and Business Information Specialist in the Purdue University Libraries and School of Information Studies. She is the Libraries liaison for Career Services, Managerial Communications, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Consumer Sciences, Strategic Management, and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. Heather is also an Adjunct Instructor in the Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering at Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis (IUPUI), teaching courses on Science and Technology Information and Business information for the MLS ... (continued)

  2. Heather Howard
    Purdue University Library TSS

There are currently 68 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
E148, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Research suggests that gamification can enhance learning outcomes and keep students engaged. Engineering students generally enjoy challenges and solving puzzles. In this workshop, participants will work in teams to solve escape-room like puzzles designed specifically for first-year Engineering classrooms. While an enjoyable way to start one’s week at ASEE may be reason alone, the instructional benefit is two-fold as participants will (1) obtain the materials needed to use these puzzles (or variants of their choosing) in one’s own courses and (2) learn mechanisms to consider when creating puzzles. ... (continued)

Speaker
  1. Dr. Robert Schaffer
    Mission College

    Dr. Bob Schaffer is a professor and the department chair of the Engineering Department at Mission College (Santa Clara, CA). He is also a lecturer at Santa Clara University. His classes include Introduction to Engineering, Introduction to Computing for Engineers, STEM Outreach in the Community, and Digital Signal Processing. Dr. Schaffer also founded a non-profit (Elevate Tutoring) focused on training socioeconomically disadvantaged college students to be high-quality STEM tutors who in turn provide free tutoring for similarly disadvantaged K-12 students. As a puzzle and escape room enthusiast, Bob leverages his love of puzzles in the classroom.

There are currently 58 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
A109, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Computational thinking is a crucial skill that is growing in importance for future engineers. As engineered devices incorporate more computational components, there is a growing demand of engineers who can design these components. In addition, the power of computation is radically altering what is and is not achievable in engineering, especially with the recent resurgence of artificial intelligence. Some engineering programs have responded by integrating computational thinking into introductory engineering courses for first-year students. These courses serve as the foundation of engineering educa ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Dr. Noemi V Mendoza Diaz
    Texas A&M University

    Engineering Technology and Industrial Distribution,
    Texas A&M University

  2. Dr. Deborah Anne Trytten
    University of Oklahoma

    Computer Science
    University of Oklahoma

  3. Dr. Russell D. Meier
    Milwaukee School of Engineering

    Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
    Milwaukee School of Engineering

  4. Dr. So Yoon Yoon
    University of Cincinnati

    Engineering and Computing Education
    University of Cincinnati

  5. Dr. Harry A. Hogan
    Texas A&M University

    Engineering Academic and Student Affairs
    Texas A&M University

There are currently 20 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
F151, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Spatial visualization, thinking in 3D, is an essential skill for engineering students. Learning to freehand sketch orthographics and isometrics increases spatial skills and performance in many engineering subjects. Sketching skills also aid concept generation and sharing technical ideas with teammates. The Spatial Vis™ software makes it more engaging for students to learn and easier to teach technical sketching. Students sketch on a computer, tablet, or smartphone, and their sketches are graded automatically. If a student makes a mistake they receive a small hint and are encouraged to try again t ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Dr. Lelli Van Den Einde
    eGrove Education

    Lelli Van Den Einde, Ph.D., is a Teaching Professor in Structural Engineering at the University of California, San Diego. She incorporates integrated pedagogical innovations such as Peer Instruction, Flipped Classroom, Project-Based Learning into core Structural Engineering courses; prepares and advises next generation faculty, advises student organizations, and is committed to activities that broaden the participation of marginalized groups in STEM and foster a supportive environment for diverse students. Her research focuses on engagement strategies for large classrooms and developing K-16 curriculum in earthquake engineering and spatial visualization. Contact: lelli@egrove.education

  2. Dr. Nathan Delson
    eGrove Education

    Nathan (Nate) Delson, Ph.D. is a Teaching Professor in Mechanical Engineering at the University of California at San Diego. His research interests include robotics, biomedical devices, and engineering education. Nate teaches introductory design, mechanics, mechatronics, capstone design, medical devices, and product design & entrepreneurship. His interests in design education include increasing student motivation, teamwork, hands-on projects, and integration of theory into design projects. Contact: nate@egrove.education

There are currently 16 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
A107, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Our purpose is to transcend disciplinary boundaries to show biological wonders that have yet to be matched by the technological innovations of our time. In this workshop, four research experts will cover major human anatomical wonders and their parallels in engineering technology: "Skin sensors" with auto-thermoregulatory responses holding clues for indoor environment; "Cerebrospinal System" with data orchestration shaming the current computer architectures, "Respiratory System" begging for efficiencies in our current HVAC and automobile systems; and "Immune S ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Dr. Lakshmi N. Reddi P.E.
    New Mexico State University

    Lakshmi N. Reddi has been the Dean of College of Engineering at New Mexico State University
    since July 1, 2016. Reddi comes from Florida International University (FIU) where he served as
    Graduate School Dean. While at FIU, he directed the Academy of Graduates for Integrative
    Learning Experiences, which received National Award for Innovation in Graduate Education in
    2013, an award co-sponsored by the Council of Graduate Schools and Educational Testing
    Service. Prior to joining FIU, Reddi provided leadership as department head/chair at two
    research-intensive departments, at Kansas State Unive ... (continued)

  2. Akanksha Varma Sagi
    New Mexico State University

    Akanksha Varma Sagi:

    Ms. Sagi is a graduate student affiliated with the Computer Science Department at New Mexico State University. Her current research focus is to develop synergy between computer sciences, natural sciences, and engineering. She is academic topper in her undergraduate studies. She is also an experienced system software engineer with expertise in resolving server connectivity issues, C, C++, and Java development.

    As a Graduate Researcher, Ms. Sagi is currently immersed in groundbreaking interdisciplinary work, exploring the untapped potential of the Cerebrospinal System for ... (continued)

There are currently 6 registrants interested in attending
U441B·SUNDAY WORKSHOP: MATLAB Controls Workshop
Workshop Multidisciplinary Engineering Division (MULTI)
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
E142, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Ticketed event: Matlab Controls - $50.00 advanced registration and $60.00 on site registration
The first session will be given by MathWorks personnel and show participants the basics of how to take advantage of MATLAB’s wide variety of functions when teaching Control Theory and related topics. Participants will get hands on experience building and running simulations on their own laptop computers. All Code examples and other materials will be provided to that attendees. Participants will be guided through a subset of the large volume of controls related materials available in MATLAB.

The second session will focus on interfacing MATLAB with hardware. In particular using the Arduino inter ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Gen Sasaki
    MathWorks

    Gen Sasaki is a Customer Success Engineer at the MathWorks, working to make sure university educators and students get the most out of MATLAB.  He holds a BSME and MSME with a focus on control systems.  He worked mostly in automotive applications for nearly 30 years, in powertrain and various embedded controls.

  2. Dr. Stephen Andrew Wilkerson P.E.
    York College of Pennsylvania

    Stephen Wilkerson swilkerson@ycp.edu received his PhD from Johns Hopkins University in 1990 in Mechanical Engineering. He retired from the Army Research Laboratory (ARL) Aberdeen Proving Grounds after 33 years of service. During the last 15 years of Stephen Wilkerson’s work for the U.S. Army; his focus was on unmanned systems mainly drones and small robots. During his career with ARL he has been an instructor at the United States Military Academy West Point for three years and the exchange scientist to Germany. He is currently an Associate Professor at York College of PA. His current research interests include unmanned systems, drones, control theory, and astrophotography.

  3. Dr. Scott F. Kiefer
    York College of Pennsylvania

    Scott Kiefer has spent the past twenty-two years teaching mechanical engineering at four different colleges. He started at the University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez in the traditional role of teaching and administering a modest graduate research program. At Trine University, a small private school in Angola, Indiana, he focused on undergraduate education while teaching ten different courses ranging from introductory freshman courses to senior capstone. Scott also served as an advisor to many different undergraduate research projects. He then moved on to Michigan State University and took a positi ... (continued)

  4. Dr. Stephen Andrew Gadsden
    McMaster University

    Dr. S. Andrew Gadsden is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at McMaster University and is Director of the Intelligent and Cognitive Engineering (ICE) Laboratory. His research area includes control and estimation theory, artificial intelligence and machine learning, and cognitive systems. Dr. Gadsden completed his bachelor’s in mechanical engineering and Management (Business) and then earned his PhD in Mechanical Engineering at McMaster in the area of estimation theory with applications to mechatronics and aerospace systems. He worked as a postdoctoral researcher fo ... (continued)

There are currently 8 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
E141, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Engineering Education has continually called for implementing inclusive and diverse teaching practices to invite and accommodate the needs of a plurality of learners. One way to respond to this call is through the use of Universal Design for Learning (UDL). UDL is a framework created to guide educators in designing learning experiences in an accessible and engaging way. The principles of UDL focus on reducing barriers and rethinking the learning environment rather than forcing the learner into a single learning model. This workshop invites current and aspiring engineering educators to collaborati ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Dr. Adam R Carberry
    The Ohio State University

    Dr. Adam R. Carberry is Professor and Chair in the Department of Engineering Education at The Ohio State University (OSU). He joined OSU after having served as an Associate Professor in The Polytechnic School within Arizona State University’s Fulton Schools of Engineering (FSE). There he served as the Graduate Program Chair for the Engineering Education Systems & Design (EESD) Ph.D. Program. Dr. Carberry's primary areas of interest within the broad discipline of engineering education include: 1) developing new classroom innovations and assessment techniques for pre-college and higher educ ... (continued)

  2. Dr. Samantha Ruth Brunhaver
    Arizona State University, Polytechnic Campus

    Samantha Brunhaver, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor in The Polytechnic School within the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University. Her research areas include engineering career pathways, undergraduate persistence, professional practice, and faculty mentorship. Brunhaver teaches courses in ASU’s undergraduate engineering program and engineering education Ph.D. program. She earned her B.S. in mechanical engineering from Northeastern University and her M.S. and Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from Stanford University. She is the recipient of an NSF CAREER award focused on fo ... (continued)

  3. Ms. Rachel Figard
    Arizona State University

    Rachel Figard is a Ph.D. candidate in the Engineering Education Systems and Design program at Arizona State University. She received her M.S. from Arizona State University in User Experience and B.S. from North Carolina State University in Industrial Engineering. Her research focuses on the lived experiences of disabled students in engineering education, design justice, and educational policy design to support marginalized students. She is a recipient of the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.

  4. Mr. Marcus Melo de Lyra
    The Ohio State University

    Marcus Melo de Lyra is a Ph.D. student in the Engineering Education program at The Ohio State University. He received his M.S. from Universidade Federal de Campina Grande (Brazil) in Civil and Environmental Engineering with focus on Geotechnical Engineering and B.S. from Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte in Civil Engineering. His research focuses on the experiences of early-career engineering faculty and their professional development, specifically in how they develop their teaching.

There are currently 40 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
D134, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event
The National Science Foundation (NSF) Professional Formation of Engineers Research Initiation in Engineering Formation (PFE: RIEF) funding opportunity provides an excellent opportunity for engineering faculty members with little to no experience in engineering education research to work with an experienced mentor on a funded project (two years, up to $200,000). The workshop’s highly interactive structure consisting of mini-presentations and activities is combined with tangible resources for prospective PIs.

Participants will: 1. Review the RIEF solicitation and understand criteria specific for t ... (continued)

Moderated by
  1. SAGNIK NATH and Ms. Sanaz Motamedi
Speakers
  1. Dr. Julie P Martin
    University of Georgia

    Dr. Julie P. Martin is the Director of the Engineering Education Transformations Institute (EETI) at the University of Georgia. She a Fellow of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) and a member of ASEE’s Hall of Fame. Dr. Martin is editor-in-chief of the Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering. She is a former program director at the National Science Foundation (NSF), where she managed the Engineering Education portfolio which included the Research Initiation in Engineering Formation (RIEF), Research in the Formation of Engineers (RFE), Revolutionizing Enginee ... (continued)

  2. Dr. Sindia M. Rivera-Jiménez
    University of Florida

    Dr. Rivera-Jiménez is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Engineering Education (EED) at the University of Florida. She also holds affiliations with the Department of Chemical Engineering and the Institute of Higher Education. Her research is centered on understanding engineering communities and their potential to drive transformative change, especially on how social learning systems aid engineering communities in higher education and professional organizations. She examines the impact of professional development on shaping organizational cultures to broaden the participation of minoritiz ... (continued)

  3. Dr. Karin Jensen
    University of Michigan

    Karin Jensen, Ph.D. is an assistant professor in Biomedical Engineering and Engineering Education Research at the University of Michigan. Her research interests include mental health and wellness, engineering student career pathways, and engagement of engineering faculty in engineering education research. She was awarded a CAREER award from the National Science Foundation for her research on undergraduate mental health in engineering programs. Jensen is currently an associate editor for the Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering and Biomedical Engineering Education. She earned ... (continued)

  4. SAGNIK NATH
    University of California, Santa Cruz

  5. Ms. Sanaz Motamedi
    University of Florida

There are currently 34 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
F149, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Background - The ProQual approach. The premise of the ProQual approach is that training faculty on how to conduct high-quality qualitative research should begin not with an overview of approaches, theories, and methods. Rather, it should begin by helping participants flesh out the social system that interests them, and then to define which
specific parts of that social system they want to investigate. We call this approach a “methodologically unencumbered” introduction to educational research, intending to arrive at a “social reality under investigation” (SRUI): A tightly scoped segment of a larg ... (continued)

Moderated by
  1. Dr. John Ray Morelock
Speakers
  1. Dr. Azadeh Bolhari P.E.
    University of Colorado Boulder

    Dr. Bolhari is a professor of environmental engineering in the Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering at CU-Boulder. Her teaching focuses on fate and transport of contaminants, capstone design and aqueous chemistry. She is passionate about broadening participation in engineering through community-based participatory action research. Her research interests explore the boundaries of engineering and social science to understand evolution of resilience capacity at family and community level to sustainable practices utilizing quantitative and qualitative research methods. She ... (continued)

  2. Dr. Heather Chenette
    Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

    Dr. Heather Chenette specializes in bioseparations and advanced separation materials. Her research focuses on membrane absorbers in downstream bioprocesses, polymer surface modification, and engineering pedagogy, and she is currently implementing and assessing learning activities in heat and mass transfer through the consortium to promote reflection in engineering education. Dr. Chenette has industry experience through her previous roles at Bristol-Myers Squibb, NanoH2O, and Cordoba Province Scienctific Agency in Argentina.

  3. Dr. Michelle E Jarvie-Eggart P.E.
    Michigan Technological University

    Dr. Jarvie-Eggart approaches teaching and research from a liberation pedagogy. She believes in the empowering value of education in both students and faculty and is committed to creating an inclusive campus environment for everyone. Her research interests lie in the area of technology adoption among both engineering students and faculty, including the adoption of programming languages and online learning; as well as humanitarian service learning.

  4. Dr. Kirsten Heikkinen Dodson
    Lipscomb University

    Dodson is the Raymond B. Jones College of Engineering's first faculty member to have received an undergraduate engineering degree from Lipscomb to return to teaching at the college full-time. Dodson obtained her Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering at Vanderbilt University. With a focus in microfluidics, she developed devices that fit on a microscope slide which allow biologists to better study cells or tissue. During her time at Lipscomb as an undergraduate student and throughout her studies at Vanderbilt, Dodson has devoted much of her time to engineering missions with The Peugeot Center and currently serves as its Associate Director for Research and Education.

  5. Dr. Rebecca Marie Reck
    University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign

    Rebecca Marie (Johnson) Reck is a systems engineer. She is a Teaching Associate Professor and the Associate Head of Undergraduate Programs in the Department of Bioengineering at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. She teaches biomedical instrumentation (BIOE414), biomedical instrumentation lab (BIOE415), signals and systems (BIOE205), and Introduction to Bioengineering (BIOE100). Her areas of research include experiential learning, undergraduate instructional laboratories, alternative grading, and inclusive pedagogy. She is an active volunteer in the American Society for Engineering ... (continued)

  6. Dr. Sarah A Wilson
    University of Kentucky

    Sarah Wilson is a lecturer in the Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering at the University of Kentucky. She completed her bachelor’s degree at Rowan University in New Jersey before attending graduate school for her PhD at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, MA. Sarah conducted her thesis research on the production of the anti-cancer compound Paclitaxel (Taxol) through the use of plant cell cultures from the Taxus Yew Tree. Throughout her time at Rowan and UMass, she developed a passion for undergraduate education. This passion led her to pursue a career as a lecturer, where she ... (continued)

  7. Dr. John Ray Morelock
    University of Georgia

    John Morelock is the Associate Director for Educational Innovation and Impact in EETI, where he will be coordinating faculty and graduate student professional development opportunities, including EETI’s monthly engineering education Forum, annual travel grant program, and the College of Engineering’s graduate TA pedagogy course. He received his doctoral degree in Engineering Education at Virginia Tech, where he was a recipient of the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. His dissertation studied the teaching practices of engineering instructors during game-based learning activities, and how these pr ... (continued)

  8. Dr. Kenya Crosson
    University of Dayton

    Dr. Kenya Crosson serves as Associate Dean for Faculty and Staff Development in the School of Engineering at the University of Dayton (UD), and she is an Associate Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Engineering Mechanics. A UD faculty member since 2007, Kenya teaches undergraduate and graduate courses; manages an environmental engineering research program; and uses her professional skills to advance initiatives and outreach at the university, in her STEM field, and her community. Kenya teaches courses in engineering design, hydraulics, water treatment, and wa ... (continued)

  9. Dr. Kalynda Chivon Smith
    North Carolina A&T State University

    Dr. Kalynda C Smith is a social psychologist in the Department of Psychology at North Carolina A&T State University. Dr. Smith has a STEM education research program that addresses how identity, culture, and other psychosocial factors impact the educational outcomes of Black and Brown STEM students, especially those attending Minority Serving Institutions. Dr. Smith has been a Co-PI on several studies designed to improve the engagement and academic performance of Black and Brown students in Social Science, Mathematics, Engineering and Materials Science.

    Dr. Smith is a graduate of the Howard ... (continued)

  10. Melissa Srougi
    North Carolina State University

    Dr. Srougi is an Associate Teaching Professor in the Department of Molecular Biomedical Sciences and the Biotechnology Program at NC State University. Her scientific areas of expertise are in experimental cancer chemotherapeutics and mechanisms of chemotherapeutic resistance. She is passionate about expanding opportunities for undergraduate students to participate in research and actively trains undergraduate students in her laboratory. She is co-Director of an NSF funded Research Experience for Undergraduates Program and the Director of the Graduate Certificate in Molecular Biotechnology. She te ... (continued)

There are currently 32 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
A103, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event
This workshop is designed to use various active learning techniques to introduce faculty, advisors, and administrators to Martin Seligman’s model of positive psychology, provide them tools with which they can begin the discussion, and give them practice using the tools.
Seligman and others have identified five (5) things that aid in success, Positive Emotions, Engagement, Positive Relationships, Meaning, and Achievement (PERMA). These are all attributes that we can introduce in meaningful ways in an engineering class, that aids students in developing tools for success, and provides a distinct bo ... (continued)

Speaker
  1. Dr. Whitney C Blackburn-Lynch P.E.
    University of Kentucky

    Whitney Blackburn-Lynch is a water resources engineer who spent 14 years as a practicing engineer before returning to school for a PhD where she fell in love with working with students in the classroom. Because of her own experiences of depression and anxiety, she set out on a path to understand her experiences and in 2010 started seminary with the intention of becoming a Spiritual Counselor. She completed her ordination and spiritual counseling work in 2106. She has since used the skills learned in her counseling program to create Mental Wellness Content for the First Year Program at the University of Kentucky where she was a lecturer and Earlham College where she is currently employed.

There are currently 11 registrants interested in attending