Online Session Locator
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 14 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
E147, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event
The workshop will present the various stages of the PDC framework, intermixed with meaningful discussions and activities that will showcase the multiple stages of the process and further reinforce the benefits of the PDC.

The four main goals of the workshop are:

1. Introduce the PDC and guide the attendees through each stage of the framework;

2. Discuss the barriers to project implementation and identify how the PDC may help overcome them;

3. Assist the attendees in developing a preliminary plan that addresses each stage of the PDC for a project in one of their courses;

4. Build a collabora ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Ms. Krystal Corbett Cruse
    Louisiana Tech University

    Assistant Professor in Mechanical Engineering, First-Year Engineering Programs
    Coordinator, Director of the Office for Women in Science and Engineering. Dr. Cruse helps drive engineering education innovations at Louisiana Tech University through her many roles. Her research primarily focuses on student engagement and retention through various project-based courses and initiatives.

  2. Mr. Casey Kidd
    Louisiana Tech University

    Project-Based Learning Professional and Ph.D. Candidate. With a background in design in
    industry, he created the PDC framework through engineering education research for PhD dissertation. He has supported project-based learning across multiple undergraduate engineering courses over the last four years.

There are currently 5 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
B117, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Ticketed event: Developing Workshops - $12.95 advanced registration and $12.95 on site registration
As AI-infused tools increase in popularity, it is important to understand their impact on engineering classrooms. Join faculty developers in Engineering as we discuss how to create workshops for your stakeholders on how AI tools integrate into instruction and student’s learning experiences. In this workshop we provide guidance for faculty developers on how to introduce AI tools such as ChatGPT and others on the rise. This workshop guides participants on what opportunities exist for developing training on student engagement, integration of AI in instructional practices, and discusses limitations o ... (continued)

Moderated by
  1. Dr. Michelle Soledad
Speakers
  1. Ms. Yaoling Wang
    University of Nebraska - Lincoln

    Yaoling Wang is an instructional designer at the Engineering and Computing Education Core within the College of Engineering at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She holds a B.S. in Computer Science from Nanjing Normal University, China, and an M.S. in Curriculum and Instruction from Iowa State University. Currently, she is pursuing her doctoral degree in Educational Psychology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Her research interests focus on the relationship between meaning in life and well-being, and its implication for academic experiences and performance.

  2. Markeya Peteranetz

    Dr. Peteranetz is the Assistant Director of Assessment & Analytics for the University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Engineering. She earned her B.S. in psychology from the University of Nebraska at Kearney, and her M.A. and Ph.D. in educational psychology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Her research interests include the impact of instructional practices on student learning and motivation, and sources of within-person variation in motivation and self-regulated learning.

  3. Amie Sueann Sommers

    Dr. Sommers is the Senior STEM Education Specialist of the Engineering and
    Computing Education Core for the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, College of Engineering. She earned her B.S. in Wildlife Biology at Kansas State University, her M.S. degree in Biology from Texas Tech University, and her PhD focused on discipline-based education research from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Dr. Sommers’ work focuses on supporting teaching excellence in the College of Engineering through professional development opportunities and pre-award support for education-related grant work.

  4. Dr. Tareq Daher
    University of Nebraska - Lincoln

    Dr. Daher is the Director of the Engineering and Computing Education Core (ECEC) for the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, College of Engineering. Tareq earned his B.S in Computer Science from Mu’tah University in Jordan. He earned his M.A and Ph.D in Educational Studies with a focus on Instructional Technology at UNL. Dr. Daher collaborates with Engineering faculty to document and research the integration of innovative classroom instructional strategies in Engineering Classrooms, supports educational components of grants, delivers teaching-focused professional development. His work explores the ro ... (continued)

  5. Dr. Michelle Soledad
    Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

There are currently 8 registrants interested in attending
U492A·IFEES-GEDC Special Session
Business Organizations Outside ASEE
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Willamette 7, Hyatt Regency Portland (HQ Hotel)
Session Description

IFEES-GEDC 2-HOUR Session

Introductions
Hans J. Hoyer, secretary-general, IFEES and executive director, GEDC
Stephanie Farrell, president, IFEES

1:15pm Session
Facilitators:
Yannis Yortsos, USC
Cindy Cooper, Senior Program Officer, The Lemelson Foundation
Sustainability: A Global Perspective
This panel will address key issues related to sustainability and the role of engineering schools across the globe in addressing this challenge. It will discuss the state of energy transition, as summarized in COP28, and describe other aspects of decarbonization across the various domains of the economy a ... (continued)

There are currently 6 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
E145, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Dive into the world of personalized education in this workshop, exploring how to tailor learning experiences to meet the unique needs of each student. Using the engineering design process, you will learn to apply systematic, creative approaches to develop educational strategies and materials that are both innovative and effective. This interactive session will provide you with the tools and knowledge to integrate technology effectively, design adaptable learning resources, and foster an environment where every learner can thrive.

You will collaborate with peers to tackle real-world challenges in ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Dr. Kristi J. Shryock
    Texas A&M University

    Kristi J. Shryock, Ph.D., is the Frank and Jean Raymond Foundation Inc. Endowed Associate Professor in Multidisciplinary Engineering and Affiliated Faculty in Aerospace Engineering at Texas A&M University. She also serves as Director of the Craig and Galen Brown Engineering Honors Program and Director of the National Academy of Engineering Grand Challenges Scholars Program. She received her BS, MS, and PhD from the College of Engineering at Texas A&M. She has made extensive contributions to the methodology of forming the engineer of the future through the network of transformational strat ... (continued)

  2. Dr. Karan Watson P.E.
    Texas A&M University

    Karan L. Watson, Ph.D., P.E., is currently Provost Emeritus and a Regents Senior Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, having joined the faculty at Texas A&M University in 1983 as an Assistant Professor. She served as the Co-Director of the Institute for Engineering Education and Innovation and is currently a distinguished fellow of this Institute. She has served in numerous administrative roles at Texas A&M University, including: provost and executive vice president, vice provost, dean of faculties and associate provost, interim VP for diversity, associate dean of Engineering ... (continued)

There are currently 8 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
C121, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Our workshop will cover two main themes:
—Strategic versus tactical storytelling and the importance of linking stories to a larger goal (e.g. not working on a media placement for its own sake but because it's driving a larger agenda).
—Practical and affordable tips and tricks for improving editorial and multimedia storytelling, including an understanding of how audiences consume data and best practices from other industries.

Speaker
  1. Mr. Chris Bender
    University of Maryland, College Park

    Chris Bender is Assistant Dean for Communications at the University of Maryland's A. James Clark School of Engineering. He works with a team of communications pros to tell a story that’s rooted in strategy and executed with forward-leaning tactics.

    Chris 20-year career spans the public, private and non-profit sectors and includes strategic communication, policy and advocacy and hybrid roles. Before joining the Clark School, he held senior positions, including as head of North American public affairs for the global biotech company Novozymes. He also worked in the US Senate and for the Mayor of Washington, DC.

There are currently 10 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
G132, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Studies on graduate education have shown that underrepresented minorities (URM) finish Ph.D.s in engineering at lesser rates and longer timeframes than their majority peers. Research has also shown that it is the transition into the Ph.D. that shows key promise in helping students tackle the challenges germane to this degree.

To prepare URM doctoral students for this transition to the Ph.D., we developed the Rising Doctoral Institute (RDI). The RDI is an NSF-funded project to partner with colleges of engineering and computer science to create workshops directed to incoming doctoral students who ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Dr. Mayra S Artiles
    Arizona State University

    Mayra S. Artiles is an assistant professor in engineering at the Polytechnic School of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University.

  2. Dr. Stephanie G. Adams
    University of Texas at Dallas

    Stephanie Adams is the Lars Magnus Ericsson Chair and Dean of the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Texas at Dallas.

  3. Dr. Holly M Matusovich
    Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

    Dr. Holly Matusovich is a Professor in the Department of Engineering Education. She is also the Associate Dean for Graduate and Professional Studies.

  4. Dr. Juan M Cruz
    Rowan University

    Juan Cruz Bohorquez is an assistant professor in the Experiential Engineering Education program at Rowan University.

There are currently 14 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
E144, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Ticketed event: Mechanism Design - $20.00 advanced registration and $30.00 on site registration
The task of designing mechanisms for machinery and robotics has historically presented a formidable challenge, both to students and industry professionals. Curiously, a substantial proportion of innovative mechanisms have been conceived by artists rather than scientists, despite the formalization of mechanism design and simulation theory and computation by engineers and scientists. This workshop will demonstrate how the motion generation, involving the determination of N positions, and the path synthesis problems can be effectively addressed using this tool.

Anticipated Participants: This worksh ... (continued)

Speaker
  1. Dr. Anurag Purwar
    Stony Brook University

    Dr. Anurag Purwar is an award-winning professor, researcher, TEDx speaker, and inventor of several technologies. He has received several best paper and outstanding research awards, excellence in teaching awards, and the top 100 design awards for his inventions. He received the SUNY FACT2 award, two SUNY Research Foundation Technology Accelerator Fund (TAF) awards, A.T. Yang award for Theoretical Kinematics, and Presidential Award for Excellence in Teaching, and the 2021 ASEE Mid-Atlantic Distinguished Teaching award.

    Dr. Purwar has led more than 125 technical projects in mechanisms and roboti ... (continued)

Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
D135, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Ethics education has been recognized as increasingly important to engineering over the past two decades, although disagreement exists concerning how ethics can and should be taught in the classroom. With the support from the National Science Foundation (NSF) Improving Undergraduate STEM Education (IUSE) program, a collaboration of investigators from the University of Connecticut, New Jersey Institute of Technology, University of Pittsburgh, and Rowan University are conducting a mixed-methods project investigating how game-based or playful learning with strongly situated components can influence f ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Dr. Scott Streiner
    University of Pittsburgh

    Scott Streiner is an Assistant Professor in the Industrial Engineering Department, teaches in the First-Year Engineering Program and works in the Engineering Education Research Center (EERC). He received his BS and PhD degrees in Industrial Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh and his MS in Industrial and Systems Engineering from North Carolina State University. Prior to joining the department, Scott served as an Assistant Professor in the Experiential Engineering Education Department at Rowan University where he taught first- and second-year engineering students. He teaches undergraduat ... (continued)

  2. Dr. Daniel D. Burkey
    University of Connecticut

    Daniel Burkey is the Associate Dean of Undergraduate Programs and Professor-in-Residence in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the University of Connecticut.

  3. Dr. Kevin D. Dahm
    Rowan University

    Kevin Dahm is Professor and Undergraduate Program Chair for Chemical Engineering at Rowan University. He earned his BS from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (92) and his PhD from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (98). He has published two books, "Fundamentals of Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics" with Donald Visco, and "Interpreting Diffuse Reflectance and Transmittance" with his father Donald Dahm

  4. Dr. Richard Tyler Cimino
    New Jersey Institute of Technology

    Dr. Richard T. Cimino is a Senior Lecturer in the Otto H. York Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering at New Jersey Institute of Technology. His research interests include the intersection of engineering ethics and process safety, and broadening inclusion in engineering, with a focus on the LGBTQ+ community.

  5. Tori Wagner
    University of Connecticut

    Tori Wagner is a doctoral student at the University of Connecticut studying Learning Sciences. She has a background in secondary science education, playful learning, and digital game design.

There are currently 16 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
D133, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event
In an increasingly interconnected and fast-changing world, collaboration between academia and industry is an even more vital ingredient for driving innovation, addressing complex challenges and enhancing educational experiences that prepare the future workforce with necessary skills. This workshop seeks to equip engineering educators, administrators, and industry representatives with the tools and strategies needed to cultivate a culture of collaboration within and across their respective domains. Presented by Shannon O'Donnell, global academic engagement lead for Siemens, and Janelle Simmond ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Janelle Simmonds

    Janelle Simmonds is the Global Academic Enablement Lead for Siemens. She has used her expertise in organizational strategy and communications to positively impact institutions and individuals throughout the course of her career in higher education and the corporate sector. Most recently she led the Partnership Development team at the University of Michigan’s Center for Academic Innovation, and previously served as Chief of Staff to the Office of the Provost at the University of Michigan-Dearborn. Prior to her time at Michigan, she spent 12 years overseas, working in international pathways educati ... (continued)

  2. Shannon O'Donnell
    Siemens Digital Industries Software

    Shannon O’Donnell is the Global Academic Engagement Lead for Siemens. She is the chair-elect of the College-Industry Partnership Divisions at the American Society for Engineering Education. Shannon’s career in international business and higher education facilitates enriching learning experiences for students and her dedication to education is rooted in her belief that everyone should have access to the tools and resources they need to succeed.

There are currently 8 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
C123, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Reflection is a necessary but often underemphasized part of the learning process that warrants more attention. Recognized as a high impact learning practice by AAC&U, ePortfolios are an effective strategy to structure, encourage and archive student reflection. ePortfolios also encourage integration of often disparate aspects of the student experience including courses and co-curricular endeavors and may help students better organize and transfer knowledge. In addition to supporting the learning process, reflection and ePortfolios expose aspects of student experiences and learning often in ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Dr. Rebecca Thomas
    Bucknell University

    Rebecca Thomas holds a B.S. and M.Eng. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Louisville and a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from North Carolina State University. At Bucknell University, she is the inaugural director of the Pathways ePortfolio Program where she leads implementation of the university-wide ePortfolio initiative. This initiative focuses on promoting reflective thinking among students throughout their undergraduate journey, encouraging exploration of their academic and personal growth. Additionally, Rebecca holds the position of Teaching Assistant Professor within the Dep ... (continued)

  2. Dr. Stu Thompson
    Bucknell University

    M. Stu Thompson is an Associate Professor and the Chair of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Bucknell University in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania. He started his teaching career with a traditional focus on computer engineering and engineering design. Over the last 15 years that focus has shifted to look for new and interesting ways to create impactful learning experiences for students as well as connect engineering with other disciplines like the humanities and education. He engages students in the classroom as well as on multidisciplinary research projects. When he isn’t spendin ... (continued)

  3. Dr. Stewart Thomas
    Bucknell University

    Stewart Thomas is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Bucknell University in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania. He received the B.S. and M.Eng. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Louisville in Louisville, KY. and the Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. He is a member of ASEE and IEEE.

  4. Dr. Alan Cheville
    Bucknell University

    Alan Cheville studied optoelectronics and ultrafast optics at Rice University, then spent fourteen years as a faculty member at Oklahoma State University working on terahertz frequencies and engineering education, developing resources in photonics and engineering design. After serving for two and a half years as a program director in engineering education at the National Science Foundation, served as chair in the Electrical & Computer Engineering Department and secretary of the faculty at Bucknell University. At Bucknell he helped found the Maker-E, an electronic MakerSpace for students. He i ... (continued)

There are currently 5 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
A108, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event
This hands-on workshop will introduce attendees to the features of cloud-native CAD that allow educators and students to collaborate and learn in new ways, and how those same features enable companies to use agile methodologies when developing products.

Whether you’ve used Onshape for years or you have never touched CAD, this session will provide opportunities to learn, collaborate, and share. Following a brief introduction, participants will be provided with starter models and given the opportunity to complete small design challenges with the support of the facilitators. We will then show the t ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Matthew Mueller
    PTC

    Matthew Mueller is the manager of education innovation at PTC, where he acts as the product manager for Onshape’s education features and plans while also supporting faculty members’ research and innovative teaching. Before joining PTC, he earned a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Tufts University, where he also taught courses in engineering education and musical instrument design.

  2. Matthew Shields
    PTC

    Matt Shields earned his master’s degree in mechanical and aerospace engineering from the University of Virginia and worked as an engineer before moving into education. Matt taught high school and college for 16 years while also earning a Ph.D. in curriculum and instruction from UVA. He designed, built, and ran the engineering department for Charlottesville City Schools for seven years before joining the education team at PTC. Matt is devoted to sharing his love of STEM and project-based learning with fellow educators.

  3. Elizabeth DaMaren
    University of Toronto

    Liz DaMaren is a PhD student at the University of Toronto in Mechanical and Industrial Engineering with the Ready Lab. Her research focuses on student engagement and equity considerations in group-based Computer-Aided Design (CAD) software education, and she leverages mixed methods to investigate relationships between student demographics, participation in group learning activities, and learning outcomes.

There are currently 6 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
A105, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event
During this workshop, participants will learn strategies for implementing major changes in their departments, teams, and other groups. We will highlight some of the revolutionizing changes realized by our NSF RED project and then we will lead attendees to explore how what we learned might be adapted to their own institutional contexts.

The key takeaways of this workshop that may be easily implementable by other programs include the following:

1. Shared Vision: Attendees will learn how to work together to update the department mission and how to sustain the shared vision through “Teaming” exe ... (continued)

Speaker
  1. Dr. Teodora Rutar Shuman
    Seattle University

    Teodora Rutar Shuman is a Professor and Chair of the Mechanical Engineering Department at Seattle University. She is the PI on the NSF RED grant titled “IUSE/PFE:RED: Revolutionizing Engineering Education through Industry Immersion and a Focus on Identity.” Her research also includes NOx formation in lean-premixed combustion and electro-mechanical systems for sustainable processing of microalgae. Her work is published in venues including the Journal of Engineering Education, IEEE Transactions on Education, International Journal of Engineering Education, Transactions of ASME, Chemical Engineeri ... (continued)

There are currently 8 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
C124, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Connecting technical knowledge with ethical inquiry in engineering coursework fosters deeper engagement with course content and critical reflection on technical challenges, yet this approach is often overlooked in engineering classes. Questions regarding ethics in engineering may appear in first-year programs or in capstone as “one-and-done” lessons, but ethical considerations should be broadly integrated across the curriculum. This integration helps students see the essential relationships between the technical content of engineering and the tough decisions that they will inevitably make as prof ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Cameron Kim
    Duke University

    Cameron Kim is Assistant Professor of the Practice in Biomedical Engineering at Duke University, Associate Faculty in the Duke Science & Society Initiative, and member of the Duke Center for Advanced Genomic Technologies. He earned his Ph.D. in Bioengineering at Stanford in 2020, focusing on protein and RNA-based control systems in alternative splicing devices for mammalian synthetic biology. His current research focuses on developing pedagogical frameworks for ethics-guided design in emerging biotechnologies, with an emphasis in gene and cell-based therapies. He serves as the research adviso ... (continued)

  2. Dr. Elizabeth Kathleen Bucholz
    Duke University

    Dr. Elizabeth Bucholz is the Claude B. Williams and David M. Hessee Associate Professor of the Practice for the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Duke University and is the Director of Undergraduate Studies for the Department of Biomedical Engineering in the Pratt School of Engineering. She graduated with her Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from Duke University in 2008 and has been teaching at Duke since 2010. She teaches classes such as Signals and Systems, Modern Diagnostic Imaging Systems, Freshmen Design and Communication, a Magnetic Resonance Imaging class and a graduate version of Signals and Systems.

  3. Dr. Ann Saterbak
    Duke University

    Ann Saterbak is Professor of the Practice in Biomedical Engineering and Director of the First-Year Engineering Program. Since joining Duke in June 2017, she launched the new Engineering Design and Communication course. In this course, first-year students work in teams to solve community-based, client-driven problems and build physical prototypes. Prior to Duke, she taught at Rice University, where she was on the faculty since 1999. Saterbak is the lead author of two textbooks: Bioengineering Fundamentals and Introduction to Engineering Design. At Rice and Duke, Saterbak’s outstanding teachin ... (continued)

  4. Christian Ferney
    Duke University

    Christian Ferney is Associate Director for Education at the Kenan Institute for Ethics at Duke University and Director for Undergraduate Programs for The Purpose Project at Duke. He oversees much of the Institute’s portfolio of undergraduate courses and cocurricular programs. Across the university, he works with faculty to integrate questions of ethics, character, and purpose into their courses—and to design experiences that collapse the space between students’ classes and the rest of their lives. A sociologist by training, he teaches multidisciplinary courses on work and purpose, including conv ... (continued)

There are currently 6 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
C122, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Introduction to Engineering for One Planet (EOP):
The Engineering for One Planet (EOP) initiative seeks to transform engineering education to reflect the growing importance of sustainability in all engineering functions. Catalyzed by The Lemelson Foundation and VentureWell — in collaboration with hundreds of stakeholders across sectors, geographies, and lived experiences — EOP is working to ensure all future engineers will learn the fundamental skills and principles of social and environmental sustainability. The EOP Framework is a vetted menu of essential sustainability- and leadership-focused ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Dr. Cynthia D. Anderson

    Cynthia (Cindy) Anderson (she/her/hers), Engineering for One Planet (EOP) Strategy Consultant with The Lemelson Foundation, is honored to be a collaborative partner on the EOP initiative since its inception, co-author of the EOP Framework and three framework companion teaching guides, and an active EOP Network Member. Cindy is the founder and CEO of Alula Consulting which specializes in innovative sustainability-focused research and curriculum projects for academic institutions, non-profits, government, and corporations. She has taught thousands of people through courses and workshops, around the ... (continued)

  2. Ms. Allison Wolf

    As a former high school teacher, Allison Wolf incorporates her experiences into her work as Program Coordinator Senior at The Sustainability Teachers’ Academies at Arizona State University. With a passion for humanizing pedagogy, active learning, and sustainability, Allison seeks to support the work of educators at all grade levels by providing pedagogical frameworks that highlight each educator’s specific talents and knowledge base while supporting student learning. Allison provides organizational and curricular support to over 10 different programs that reach over 700 teachers and 20,000 students annually.

  3. Dr. Medha Dalal
    Arizona State University

    Medha Dalal is an assistant research professor and associate director of scholarly initiatives at the learning and teaching hub in the Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University. She has a Ph.D. in Engineering Education, a master’s in computer science, and a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering. Her research at the cross-roads of engineering, education, and technology seeks to transform and democratize engineering education by exploring ways of thinking, identifying effective professional development approaches, and uncovering pedagogical techniques to enhance students’ engi ... (continued)

  4. Archana Shashidhar Mysore
    Arizona State University

    Archana Shashidhar Mysore is a Ph.D. candidate in the Biomedical Engineering program at the Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University. While pursuing clinical collaborative projects during her Ph.D., she realized that a fair number of engineering interventions were developed without considering patient needs (social sustainability) leading to a huge waste of resources and reducing accessibility which sparked her interest in incorporating sustainability in engineering education and improving the skills of students in applying and assessing these concepts as engineers of tomorrow. T ... (continued)

There are currently 7 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
C125, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Attendees will learn about the craft of storytelling and the significance of narratives and how to identify aspects of their personal journey to create stories related to science. Engaging in both individual and group activities, participants will work on developing distinct "events," "consequences," and "characters," and will ultimately leave with at least one potential story idea. The workshop will provide guidance on effective beginnings and endings for live stories, and participants will have the chance to share their stories and story pitches with others, time p ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Dr. Krishna Pakala
    Boise State University

    Krishna Pakala, PhD, is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering at Boise State University (Boise, Idaho). He was the Director for the Industrial Assessment Center at Boise State University. He served as the Faculty in Residence for the Engineering and Innovation Living Learning Community (2014 - 2021). He was the inaugural Faculty Associate for Mobile Learning and the Faculty Associate for Accessibility and Universal Design for Learning. He was the recipient of the Foundation Excellence Award, David S. Taylor Service to Students Award and Golden Apple Awa ... (continued)

  2. Eric Jankowski
    Boise State University

    Dr. Eric Jankowski is an Associate Professor in the Micron School of Materials Science & Engineering at Boise State University. He received his Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Michigan, was a Director's Fellow at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, and is an NSF CAREER and ASEE Young Pacesetter awardee. In addition to advancing scientific software and training around molecular simulations for organic materials through his research programs, he serves as Board President for The Story Collider. Their curricular collaboration was recognized this year with a Silver Medal for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusivity partnerships by the Anthem Awards.

  3. Anne Hamby

    Anne Hamby, PhD, is an Associate Professor in the Department of Marketing in the College of Business at Boise State University (Boise, Idaho). Her research focus is in the area of consumer psychology. Specifically, she studies how emotional and structural aspects of stories engage their audiences, and how engagement in stories influence beliefs and behavior in a consumer-related context. She is also interested in issues related to consumer well-being and examines the psychological, social, and cultural factors that influence risky consumption practices and prosocial behavior. She received the Co ... (continued)

  4. Dr. Sara Hagenah

    Sara Hagenah, PhD, is an Associate Professor of in the Department of Curriculum, Instruction, and Foundational Studies at Boise State University. Her research is deeply engaged with informal and formal P-20 school-community partnerships and aims to collaboratively advance equitable science teaching and learning. She has expertise in designing P-20 STEM curriculum, identity research, and qualitative research methodologies. She designs, leads, and studies job-embedded professional development that focuses on rigorous and responsive teaching and learning opportunities.

  5. Brooke Ward
    Boise State University

    Brooke Ward is a doctoral student at Boise State University.

There are currently 2 registrants interested in attending
U495N·Sunday Workshop: Employing Engineering Lab Writing Guides to Support Lab Instructors and Students
Workshop Sponsored Workshops , Mechanical Engineering Division (MECH), Civil Engineering Division (CIVIL), and Experimentation and Laboratory-Oriented Studies Division (DELOS)
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
B118, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Engineering students love labs, but they struggle with lab report writing. Lab instructors are professional writers, but they are challenged when instructing writing to undergraduates, mainly due to a lack of training and resources. Lab-report writing is critical for engineering programs to engage students in experiments (ABET outcome 6) and communication (ABET outcome 3). Workshop participants will be introduced to engineering lab-writing guides developed by a cross-disciplinary team of engineering and writing faculty supported by an NSF IUSE Level 2 grant. The guides, published at engineeringla ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Dr. Charles Riley P.E.
    Oregon Institute of Technology

    Dr. Riley has been teaching mechanics concepts for over 15 years and has been honored with both the ASCE ExCEEd New Faculty Excellence in Civil Engineering Education Award (2012) and the Beer and Johnston Outstanding New Mechanics Educator Award (2013). While he teaches freshman to graduate-level courses across the civil engineering curriculum, his focus is on engineering mechanics. He implements classroom demonstrations at every opportunity as part of a complete instructional strategy that seeks to address student conceptual understanding.

  2. Dr. Dave Kim
    Washington State University-Vancouver

    Dr. Dave Kim is Professor and Mechanical Engineering Program Coordinator in the School of Engineering and Computer Science at Washington State University Vancouver. His teaching and research have been in the areas of engineering materials and manufacturing processes. In particular, he has been very active in pedagogical research in the area of writing pedagogy in engineering laboratory courses. Dr. Kim and his collaborators attracted close to $1M in research grants to study writing transfer of engineering undergraduates. For technical research, he has a long-standing involvement in research conce ... (continued)

  3. Dr. Ken Lulay P.E.
    University of Portland

    Dr. Ken Lulay is the Margaret and Vincent Aquino Endowed Associate Professor in Engineering at the University of Portland. He has been teaching mechanical and general engineering at UP for over 25 years. He has taught numerous lecture, laboratory and project-based courses in mechanics of materials and design. He has a keen interest in developing effective pedagogical practices and is involved with pedagogical research in engineering report writing. Prior to his career in academia, Dr. Lulay was a design engineer at Hyster corporation for three years, and a manufacturing research and development engineer at Boing for eight years.

  4. Dr. John D Lynch
    Washington State University

    Dr. Lynch is a Professor of Electrical Engineering in the School of Engineering and Computer Science at Washington State University Vancouver. He developed and taught eleven new electrical engineering courses at WSU, seven with labs. From 2002 to 2009 he was an instructor in the School of Science and Engineering of Oregon Health & Science University, where he developed and taught five new graduate computer engineering courses. He has also taught invited short courses on integrated circuit design at Halmstad University, Sweden (2003), and Shanghai Research Center for Integrated Circuit Design, ... (continued)

  5. Wendy Michelle Olson
    Washington State University-Vancouver

    Dr. Wendy Olson is Associate Professor of English at Washington State University Vancouver, where she serves as the Director of Composition and Writing Assessment. She received her MA in English from Western Washington University and her PhD in rhetoric and composition from Washington State University. A writing studies specialist, her current research and publications primarily focuses on writing transfer, writing across the curriculum, and writing in the disciplines. Olson teaches courses in first-year composition and technical and professional writing at the undergraduate level, as well as cou ... (continued)

  6. Dr. Franny Technology Howes
    Oregon Institute of Technology

    Franny Howes (e/em/eirs) is an associate professor in the Department of Communication at the Oregon Institute of Technology (Oregon Tech), where e serves as chair and teaches technical writing and digital media courses. E received eir PhD in Rhetoric and Writing from Virginia Tech, a MA in Digital Rhetoric and Professional Writing from Michigan State University, and a BA in Social Relations from James Madison College at Michigan State University. Dr. Howes studies communicating with comics, gender-neutral pronouns, writing in engineering, disability graphic memoir praxis, social entrepreneurship, ... (continued)

There are currently 23 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
D136, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Introductory general engineering courses such as University of Florida’s EGS1006 “Introduction to Engineering” can be successfully infused with hands-on lab activities to increase student engagement, interest, and learning. Kits can be deployed for in-person, hybrid, and all-online instruction. Workshop attendees will receive a Gatorkits Lab™ EGS1006 Interactive Lab Kit to use during the workshop. Using their kits, attendees will work through a simulated remote learner experience in which they 1) set up an experiment, 2) collect and record data, 3) analyze data, and 4) compare and discuss results ... (continued)

Speaker
  1. Alexander Dante Lacerna
    University of Florida

    Alexander D. Lacerna (B.S. ME, Minor EE, Spring 2022) is a current M.S. student in Mechanical Engineering. He appreciates the integration of mechanical design with circuitry and software to form fully functioning prototypes, and is utilizing this skillset in the development of an interactive lab kit currently deployed in the undergraduate course EGS1006, Introduction to Engineering.

Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
D137, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event
This workshop is a joint venture between the Mentoring Initiative at the Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering and the Pre-engineering Division at the School of Engineering from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Both institutions have been engaging in mentoring programs 1) to foster mentoring skills in engineering faculty, staff, and peers, interacting with pre-engineering programs and our first-year students; 2) to strengthen the scaffolding for rising high school juniors, seniors, and first-year college students related to academic socialization, start conversations around life pr ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Dr. Constanza Miranda
    Johns Hopkins University, Laurel

    Dr. Constanza Miranda is a multidisciplinary academic interested in the intersection between the creativity of design, the ethics of cultural anthropology, and the tech aspects of engineering. She is the Assistant Dean for undergraduate mentoring at the Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering in Baltimore and an associate teaching professor in BME. Before JHU, she was an assistant professor at PUC's Engineering's DILAB. She holds a Ph.D. in Design with a focus in anthropology from NC State University and was a Fulbright grantee. As an entrepreneur, a team player, and a researcher, her focus is on biomedical devices, engineering design ed & pre-engineering education.

  2. Gabriela García
    Pontificia Universidad Catholica de Chile

    Gabriela is the director of the pre-engineering division at the School of Engineering in Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. She has led several projects with pre-engineering programs such as the DILAB's Savia Lab initiative in rural communities all over Chile. She also works in programs that ensure diversity and inclusion at a selective institution like UC is met.

There are currently 4 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
B119, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Leadership, communication, ethical practices, and teamwork are cross-disciplinary professional skills that are critical for all engineering disciplines. Demonstrating these skills with an equity mindset is a growing need for engineers to more effectively bring their disciplinary technical skills to bear in the workplace as engineering professionals.

The University of Wisconsin-Madison College of Engineering launched a multi-year effort to create and support a cross-disciplinary Community of Practice (CoP) for about 30 engineering faculty from all departments and representing instructors who tea ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Donald L Gillian-Daniel
    University of Wisconsin - Stout

    Donald L. Gillian-Daniel, Ph.D., is the Director of Professional Development in the Office of Inclusion, Equity & Diversity in Engineering (IEDE) in the College of Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He engages participants in learning how to teach more equitably and inclusively, both in person and online. He has worked locally, nationally, and internationally, and consulted with universities, National Science Foundation (NSF)-funded initiatives, as well as national non-profits. Don serves as co-lead of multiple NSF-funded projects, including: the INCLUDES Aspire Alliance, an ... (continued)

  2. Chris Dakes
    University of Wisconsin - Madison

    Chris Dakes, PhD, Director of Center for Innovation in Engineering Education
    Dr. Dakes 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 the processes to enhance effectiveness for individuals and diverse groups, 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 ... (continued)

  3. Dr. Christa M Wille

    Christa Wille, PT, PhD, Research Analyst, Center for Innovation in Engineering Education; Teaching Faculty Biomedical Engineering Department
    Dr. Wille 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 Engineer ... (continued)

  4. Lizeth Nayibe Ortiz Reyes
    University of Wisconsin - Madison

    Lizeth Ortiz Reyes, Ph.D., is an Academic Advisor of the Undergraduate Advising Office in the College of Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She engages with students throughout their undergraduate academic careers, especially during periods of important transitions. Alongside her work with students, she works collaboratively with departmental representatives to implement and manage student and academic services. She has a deep commitment to equity and inclusion and strives to provide outstanding service to college’s students by embracing these values.

There are currently 4 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
D138, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event
The GEDC Diversity Award-winning K-12 STEM Center and ASEE Hall of Fame inductee, at the University of Southern California (USC) Viterbi School of Engineering, is committed to providing equitable, culturally responsive opportunities for youth, families, and schools in STEM.

The Center supports faculty with the Broader Impacts (BI) of their NSF grants and has helped 25 USC faculty members win their CAREER awards. In assisting faculty with this work, we have noticed trends that make for more successful proposals. We developed a resource meant as a stepwise approach that takes the form of a checkli ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Dr. Katherine Guevara

    Assistant Director of the Center responsible for guiding USC faculty to optimize their STEM Broader Impacts (BI) for NSF, the Center's AI Initiative, accessibile web design, and events including CS Ed Week and Robotics Open House. Katherine has taught at USC since 2009 and coached thousands of faculty from every discipline and rank in best practices for their educational research, course design, and teaching. She is passionate about education policy and access, advocates for digital equity, and supports the inclusion of yoga and mindfulness practices in STEM.

  2. Monica Lopez
    USC Viterbi School of Engineering

    Assistant Director of the Center who assists USC faculty to support their STEM Broader Impacts. Monica is also responsible for the SHINE and REACH Programs for high school students to gain research experience and work in faculty labs during summer. She pledges to utilize an equity lens to inform all decision-making, program implementation, and procedures.

There are currently 6 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
B116, Oregon Convention Center
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 se ... (continued)

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

    Cynthia J. Atman is the founding director of the Center for Engineering Learning & Teaching (CELT), a professor in Human Centered Design & Engineering, and the inaugural holder of the Mitchell T. & Lella Blanche Bowie Endowed Chair at the University of Washington. Dr. Atman holds a Ph.D. in Engineering and Public Policy from Carnegie Mellon University. Her research focuses on design expertise, engineering design learning, considering context in engineering design, and the use of reflection to support learning.

  2. Prof. Reid Bailey
    University of Virginia

    Reid Bailey is an Associate Professor in the Department of Systems and Information Engineering at the University of Virginia. He holds a BSE from Duke University and an MSME and PhD from Georgia Tech, all in mechanical engineering. His professional interests include engineering design, engineering education, and the environment.

  3. Prof. Susannah Howe
    Smith College

    Susannah Howe, Ph.D. is the Design Clinic Director in the Picker Engineering Program at Smith College, where she coordinates and teaches the capstone engineering design course. Her current research focuses on innovations in engineering design education, particularly at the capstone level. She is invested in building the capstone design community; she is a leader in the biannual Capstone Design Conferences and the Capstone Design Hub initiative. She is also involved with efforts to foster design learning in middle and high school students and to support entrepreneurship at primarily undergraduate ... (continued)

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

    Daria Kotys-Schwartz is the Director of the Idea Forge—a flexible, cross-disciplinary design space at University of Colorado Boulder. She is also the Design Center Colorado Director of Undergraduate Programs and a Senior Instructor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. She received B.S. and M.S degrees in mechanical engineering 
from The Ohio State University and a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from the University of Colorado Boulder. Kotys-Schwartz has focused her research in engineering student learning, retention, and student identity development within the context of engineering desi ... (continued)

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

    Micah Lande, PhD is an Assistant Professor and E.R. Stensaas Chair for Engineering Education in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology. Dr. Lande directs the Holistic Engineering Lab & Observatory. He teaches human-centered engineering design, design thinking, and design innovation courses. Dr. Lande researches how technical and non-technical people learn and apply design thinking and making processes to their work. He is interested in the intersection
    of designerly epistemic identities and vocational pathways. Dr. Lande received his B. ... (continued)

  6. Prof. Eli Patten
    University of Washington

    Dr. Patten is an Assistant Teaching Professor at the University of Washington. He received his B.S. in mechanical engineering at Washington State University and Ph.D. in mechanical engineering at UC Berkeley.

  7. Krina Patel
    University of California, Berkeley

    Krina Patel is a PhD student at the UC Berkeley School of Education.

  8. Dr. Jennifer A Turns
    University of Washington

    Jennifer Turns is a Professor in the Department of Human Centered Design & Engineering at the University of Washington. She is interested in all aspects of engineering education, including how to support engineering students in reflecting on experience, how to help engineering educators make effective teaching decisions, and the application of ideas from complexity science to the challenges of engineering education.

There are currently 4 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
A104, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Learning Objectives for Participants:

1. Experiential Learning: By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to explain at least three different sociotechnical engineering and design content examples that could be integrated into their courses. Examples will be provided and discussed during the workshop, drawing from a large content library that has been developed at the Center for Socially Engaged Design at the University of Michigan and from which content and session plans have been effectively integrated within undergraduate engineering courses. Tangible examples of how such content ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Dr. Shanna R. Daly
    University of Michigan

    Shanna Daly is an Arthur F. Thurnau Professor and Associate Professor in Mechanical Engineering and Engineering Education Research. She has a B.E. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Dayton and a Ph.D. in Engineering Education from Purdue University. Her research characterizes front-end design practices across the student to practitioner continuum, uses these findings to develop tools to support design best practices, and studies the impact of front-end design tools on design success. Her work explores how the content of engineering curricula, including attention to creativity and soci ... (continued)

  2. Dr. Steve J. Skerlos
    University of Michigan

    Steve Skerlos is an Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Civil and Environmental Engineering. He received his Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering and his B.S.E. in Electrical Engineering, both from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Professor Skerlos is known as a scholar in sustainable design focusing on applications of technology in product design, manufacturing, and water reuse. Professor Skerlos is a serial entrepreneur having successfully started three companies based on his laboratory research, and currently serves as the Faculty Director for the Center for Socially Engaged Engineering and Design.

  3. Claudia G Cameratti-Baeza
    University of Michigan

    Claudia Cameratti-Baeza is the Assistant Director for Experiential Learning at the Center for Socially Engaged Design (C-SED). She supports development and revision of new and existing socially engaged engineering content, builds and supports educational initiatives for faculty and students, and develops and co-facilitate training and support for C-SED’s graduate student facilitators.

  4. Dr. Sara L. Hoffman
    University of Michigan

    Sara Hoffman is the Curriculum Development Manager at C-SED. She leads the development of Socially Engaged Engineering and Design Case Studies and class session lesson plans that explore intersections of technical and social aspects of engineering. Sara partners with faculty to co-design cases across engineering disciplines, oversees the research and writing process for new content, and supports CSED’s graduate facilitators in implementing these materials in undergraduate courses.

  5. Charlie Michaels
    University of Michigan

    Charlie Michaels is Director for Experiential Learning at the Center for Socially Engaged Design and a Lecturer in Undergraduate Education. He leads C-SED’s experiential learning programs including serving as the instructor for C-SED’s fieldwork course which places students with global, cross sector partner organizations. Charlie actively works with faculty from across the university to build socially engaged design thinking and processes into curricula, leads C-SED’s team of graduate student facilitators, and manages the C-SED Prototyping Lab.

  6. Dr. Erika Mosyjowski
    University of Michigan

    Erika Mosyjowski is the Research and Faculty Engagement Manager at the Center for Socially Engaged Design. Her work involves researching faculty adoption and effectiveness of novel pedagogies aimed at integrating social and technical elements of engineering education. She hopes to develop understandings of faculty and students’ goals, interests, and experiences related to socially engaged engineering topics and explore strategies for ensuring C-SED resources meet their respective needs.

There are currently 10 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
A106, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Ticketed event: Approaches & Best Practices - $10.00 advanced registration and $20.00 on site registration
Undergraduate Research (UR) has garnered attention as a high-impact educational practice to recruit and retain students, often a focus in university outreach and recruitment campaigns. While benefits to students are well studied, advantages to faculty mentors are less studied, and their time commitment is often not formally incentivized. This workshop will offer approaches for faculty to employ UR experiences towards their own research goals while benefiting their students and institution. Success depends on strategic planning of the project; goals of the mentor, students, and institution; and cl ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Dr. Christy Wheeler West
    University of South Alabama

    Christy Wheeler West is an associate professor in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the University of South Alabama. She also serves as the Director of the Office of Undergraduate Research for the university and as a member of the University Honors College Council.
    As Director of Undergraduate Research, Dr. Wheeler West oversees an interdisciplinary undergraduate research program with 60 fellows each summer. Admission to the program is competitive, and students submit research proposals for selection. During the summer, Dr. Wheeler West runs workshops that cover topic ... (continued)

  2. Dr. Joseph H Holles
    New Mexico State University

    Joseph Holles is the Bob Davis Professor and Head of Chemical and Materials Engineering at New Mexico State University. Professor Holles has been a faculty member for 20 years and has previously published (in ASEE Proceedings and the journal Chemical Engineering Education) multiple peer-reviewed works in the area of mentoring graduate students for research, mentoring undergraduate students for research, research skills in research data management, and research ethics. This has also included pedagogical work to develop several courses on developing research skills.
    He is a member of the Council ... (continued)

Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
B115, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Understanding Cyber-Informed Engineering (CIE) and its twelve principles is a new mode of system thinking and stewardship for training engineers. Successful education of CIE will ensure that engineers working in industry, especially in critical infrastructure, implement a more robust and complete cybersecurity implementation. This workshop will present an engineered system and walk participants through the adoption of CIE principles against this system. Adopting CIE practices that this system harnesses demonstrates how engineered controls reduce the overall cyber risk and promote clear and effect ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Benjamin Lampe

    Ben received his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Wyoming. Immediately after, he was employed by the Naval Nuclear Laboratory (NNL) for the past 10 years. During his tenure at the NNL, he received a Masters of Science in Computer Science from the University of Idaho. He has experience designing and building Rockwell Automation PLC and HMI systems, BACnet Building Automation systems, and open source systems with Linux and Node Red. After he transitioned from control systems into IT as part of the IT Leadership Development Program, he has experience managing Cisc ... (continued)

  2. Virginia Wright

    Virginia “Ginger” Wright is the program manager for Cyber-Informed Engineering (CIE) at the Idaho National Laboratory (INL). She leads INL’s implementation of the National Strategy for Cyber-Informed Engineering developed by the Department of Energy. Ms. Wright has led multiple cyber research programs at INL including DOE-CESER’s Cyber Testing for Resilient Industrial Control Systems (CyTRICS™) program, Software Bills of Material for the Energy Sector, critical infrastructure modeling and simulation, and nuclear cybersecurity. Ms. Wright has a Bachelor of Science in Information Systems/Operations Management from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
E146, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Prior to this workshop, participants will be asked to have reviewed three redacted NSF proposals related to engineering or STEM education topics. They will be asked to rate those proposals on NSF’s standard rating scale (E, V, G, F, P), and to have taken notes regarding the strengths and weaknesses of each proposal with regards to Intellectual Merit and Broader Impacts. Attendees will participate in an interactive proposal review panel to help them better understand the NSF merit review criteria and review process.

Several Program Directors (PD) of the National Science Foundation (NSF) directo ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Prof. Huihui H Wang
    IEEE Educational Activities

    Dr. Huihui Wang is a Program Director of the National Science Foundation (NSF). She rotates with the NSF from St. Bonaventure University (SBU). Before SBU, she was the Founding Department Chair of Engineering at Jacksonville University (JU). She received her Ph.D. from the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the University of Virginia. Her current research interests focus on 1) engineering and computing education, 2) Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS)/Internet of Things (IoT). She has published over 100 peer reviewed journal and conference papers and published four patents.

    Dr. Wang ... (continued)

  2. Dr. Matthew A. Verleger Ph.D. (He/His/Him)
    National Science Foundation

    Dr. Matthew A. Verleger is a Program Director of the National Science Foundation (NSF).

  3. Dr. Christine Michelle Delahanty
    National Science Foundation

    Dr. Chris Delahanty is a program director at the National Science Foundation.

  4. Dr. Lulu Sun
    Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - Daytona Beach

    Dr. Lulu Sun is a program director at the National Science Foundation.

  5. Dr. Margret Hjalmarson
    National Science Foundation

    Dr. Hjalamarson is a program director at National Science Foundation.

There are currently 17 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
E143, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event
Machine learning (ML) technology is facilitating a transformative shift in problem-solving methodologies, transitioning from analytical strategies to potent data-driven approaches. This is achieved through computer programs that discern patterns and models from training data, enabling them to make predictions based on new data. Due to the surging availability of extensive data and enhanced computing power across various industries, ML is rapidly evolving into an indispensable tool in contemporary engineering. It is widely acknowledged that advanced education in ML and artificial intelligence open ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Jude Okolie
    University of Oklahoma

    Jude A. Okolie is an Assistant Professor of Engineering Pathways at Gallogly College of Engineering, University of Oklahoma. He earned his Master's in Petroleum Engineering from Imperial College London and a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Saskatchewan. His research involves using computer-based methods, like machine learning and process simulation, to find solutions to energy and environmental problems. Dr. Okolie excels in distilling complex engineering concepts for diverse audiences, evidenced by his innovative teaching tools such as a spreadsheet-based app and a virt ... (continued)

  2. Emma Kadence Smith
    University of Oklahoma

    Emma K. Smith, a computer science student at the University of Oklahoma, specializes in making complex topics accessible to a broad audience. Using innovative tools like virtual reality and gaming, she simplifies complicated concepts for easier understanding. Emma is set to intern at Paycom, where she aims to apply her research skills in machine learning to assist researchers who lack coding expertise in grasping these advanced ideas more intuitively.

There are currently 7 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 23, 2024 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
B113, Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event
When considering equity in education research, the historical context and legacy of our nations determine who have been traditionally viewed as scientists, engineers, and mathematicians (i.e., the wealthy, able-bodied, male, cisgendered, heterosexual). This context and legacy are tied to the lack of representation we currently see in our fields of study and must be considered when conducting science education research (Pearson, Castle, Matz, Koester & Byrd, 2022). Equity-enabling education research goes well beyond who is included in studies. It must come to terms with the researchers ... (continued)

Speakers
  1. Monica McGill
    Institute for Advanced Engineering

    Dr. Monica McGill is the Founder, President, and CEO of the Institute for Advancing Computing Education, a 501(c)(3) non-profit focused on improving K-12 CS education for all children by enabling and disseminating exemplary, evidence-driven research. Dr. McGill is passionate about computing education research, which has led her to lead the organization to conduct critical K-12 CS education research sponsored by various organizations, including the National Science Foundation, Google, Amazon Future Engineer, the Computer Science Teachers Association, Code.org and many more. She blends her experien ... (continued)

  2. Isabella Gransbury
    North Carolina State University at Raleigh

    As a 4th year PhD candidate, Isabella has been involved in several NSF-funded research projects that include investigating collaboration methods for K-12 students, developing curricula for high school students, and expanding the CAPE framework. She has a strong interest in promoting CS in K-12 schools and hopes to continue working in this research area. She has co-authored multiple published articles and is committed to advancing the CS education research field.

  3. Jennifer Rosato
    University of Minnesota - Twin Cities

    Jennifer Rosato has been supporting educators in K-12 and higher education in efforts to broaden participation in computing for over 20 years. She is passionate about collaborating with partners across systems and stakeholders to increase equity. She has led multiple NSF research grants and other projects that provide curriculum and professional development for teachers and districts.

  4. Leigh Ann DeLyser

    Leigh Ann DeLyser, CSforALL, is the Executive Director of CSforALL. She is an experienced facilitator, a What Works Clearinghouse Certified Reviewer, Associate Editor of the ACM Journal Transactions on Computing Education, and co-PI of the previous NSF project RPPforCS, supporting over 140 NSF funded research practice partnerships for CS education.

There are currently 2 registrants interested in attending
U569·ASEE DIVISION MIXER
Hq ASEE Headquarters
Sun. June 23, 2024 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM
Oregon Ballroom 201-204 - Division Mixer , Oregon Convention Center
Session Description

Join your friends and colleagues at our member engagement event—the Division Mixer.

https://aseecmsprod.azureedge.net/aseecmsprod/asee/media/content/annual%20conference/2024/division-mixer-pdf.pdf

Division Mixer Participants:
1 ASEE Member Services & Campus Reps Tim Manicom
2 ASEE Learning, Sponsored Programs, and Strategic Planning Sarah Deleeuw & Alex Sharpe
3 Aerospace Division (AERO) Mary E. Johnson
4 Architectural Engineering Division (ARCHE) Eugene Kwak
5 Biological and Agricultural Engineering Division (BAE) Tim Foutz
6 Biomedical Engineering Division (BED) Rachel C. ... (continued)

There are currently 160 registrants interested in attending
Sun. June 23, 2024 3:35 PM to 5:00 PM
Willamette 7, Hyatt Regency Portland (HQ Hotel)
Session Description

Discussion and invitation to engage in the new Engineering Education Journal (EER)

There are currently 3 registrants interested in attending