Please see below for the following announcement:
As a reminder to all ASEE members:
Voting for ASEE leadership positions and Amendments to the ASEE Constitution ends March 31st, 11:59pm PDT. Unlike previous years where voting was done with a combination of paper ballots and electronic voting, this year’s elections are solely being conducted electronically using a non-ASEE related vendor named Survey & Ballot Systems. The switch to a 3rd party vendor was requested by the ASEE Board to ensure total anonymity of each member’s vote.
To cast your electronic vote, you should have received a personalized ballot via the e-mail address ASEE has on file for you (i.e., the one you use to login to your ASEE account). The subject line includes “ASEE 2020 Election” and was sent from the ASEE Election Coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org). If you are unable to locate the email, please click on the link below, enter the email address that is on file with ASEE, and your election login information will be emailed to you.
The ballot includes the following leadership positions and Amendments to the ASEE Constitution questions.
Teri K. Reed, University of Cincinnati
Adrienne Minerick, Michigan Technological University
Vice President, Member Affairs
Brian P. Self, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Shane Rogers, Clarkson University
Chair of Professional Interest Council II
Chell A. Roberts, University of San Diego
William H. Guilford, University of Virginia
Chair of Professional Interest Council III
Atsushi Akera, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
John K. Estell, Ohio Northern University
Chris Swan, Tufts University
Chair of the Council of Sections for Zones I (based on Zone Membership)
Ilya Y. Grinberg, Buffalo State University
Saeid Moslehpour, University of Hartford
Chair of the Council of Sections for Zones III (based on Zone Membership)
Tariq Khraishi, University of New Mexico
Kevin Drees, Oklahoma State University
ASEE Constitutional Amendments Vote
Yes, I approve the Constitutional revisions
No, I do not approve the Constitutional revisions
Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
Norman L. Fortenberry, Sc.D.
American Society for Engineering Education
Inspiring Innovation. Advancing Research. Enhancing Education.
ASEE’s vision is to achieve excellent and broadly accessible education empowering students and engineering professionals to create a better world. In pursuit of that vision, we advance research and innovation at all levels of education for the engineering profession.