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ASEE - New Engineering Educators Presentations

Message Number: 
32

(6/11/98) 

Folks: 

I realize that most of you won't be able to attend the American Association of Engineering Educators (ASEE) meeting in Seattle at the end of the month. Nevertheless, I thought you might like to see the listing of the sessions sponsored by the New Engineering Educators (NEE) division, under the leadership of president Kevin Taylor of Purdue University. Since these topics should be of interest to most science and engineering faculty, we will find a way to display the highlights of some of the talks in future Tomorrows-Professor postings. 

Regards, 

Rick Reis 

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1998 ASEE NEW ENGINEERING EDUCATORS (NEE) SESSION LIST 

*** TIPS ON PROPOSAL WRITING 
*** TRICKS OF THE TRADE OUT OF THE CLASSROOM 
*** TRICKS OF THE TRADE IN THE CLASSROOM 
*** RAP SESSION 
*** PROMOTION AND TENURE 
*** NEE BUSINESS MEETING/LUNCHEON 
*** FAMILY ISSUES FOR FACULTY 
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*** TIPS ON PROPOSAL WRITING 

Session 0575 - (Sun., June 28, 2:30-4:15 p.m.) 

* Tips on Proposal and Grant Writing, Linda Martinez 
* The Engineering Education Scholars Program:Preparing a New Generation of Faculty, Eric Matsumoto, et.al. 
* Open Discussion of What Works & What Dosen't 

*** TRICKS OF THE TRADE OUT OF THE CLASSROOM 

Session 1275 - (Mon., June 29 to 8:30-10:15 a.m.) 

* Miami University - Alumni Teaching Scholars Program: A Model of 
a Teaching Enhancement Program, James Stenger, Karen Schmahl 
* Integrating Problem Solving and Communication in the Structural Engineering Laboratory, Sara Wadia-Fascetti, Michael Tarnowski 
* What, Why, How of Homework, Lloyd Feldmann 
* Teamwork: Implications for New Faculty, Stephanie Adams, Karan Watson 
* Using Gantt Chart Software in Managing Student Team Projects, Gary Randolph 

*** TRICKS OF THE TRADE IN THE CLASSROOM 

Session 1675 - (Mon., June 29 ñ 4:30-6:00 p.m.) 

* All Lectures are Not Created Equal, Marilyn Barger, et. al. 
* Adventures in Cooperative Learning: An Ongoing Experiment, Sandra Yost, N. Mohankrishnan 
* Lessons Learned by a Novice Engineering Educator: Introducing a Cooperative Learning Technique to an Introductory Engineering Class, Deborah Mechtel 
* Innovative Teaching Methods in the Civil Engineering Curricula at the Pennsylvania State University, Douglas Schmucker 
* Process Education to Improve Engineering Education, Donald Blackketter, et. al. 

*** RAP SESSION 

Session 1975 - (Mon., June 29 ñ 7:30-9:30 p.m.) 

* This is an opportunity to meet other "NEW" engineering educators in an informal setting. 

*** PROMOTION AND TENURE 

Session 2275 - (Tues., June 30 ñ 8:30-10:15 a.m.) 

* Presentation for Tenure and Promotion - Quality and Quantity, Bob Lahidji 
* Getting a Good Start on Tenure the First Year, Jerry Samples, et. al. 
* A Successful Path to Tenure and Promotion, John Williams, et. al. Martin Pike 
* Optimizing Mentor/Mentee Relationships in Academia, Barbara Marino, 
* Analysis of Factors That Aid in the Promotion/Retention of Engineering Technology Educators, Nicholas Akinkuoye, et. al. 

*** NEE BUSINESS MEETING/LUNCHEON 

Session 2475 - (Tues., June 30 ñ 12:30-2:00 p.m.) 

* This is an opportunity to get involved in ASEE on a national level. 
We are always looking for volunteers to help manage the division and help in planning and organizing sessions. 

*** FAMILY ISSUES FOR FACULTY 

Session 3675 - (Wed., July 1 ñ 4:30-6:00 p.m.) 

* Excelling in Two Careers: A New Team Approach, Ben Humphrey 
* Student Attitudes Toward Men vs. Women Faculty in Technical Disciplines, Nancy Denton, et. al. 
* The Architecture and Engineering Profession in Transition, Daniel Davis