Annual First Year Engineering Experience (FYEE) Conference
Enhancing the First Year of Engineering Education
The Official Mid-Year Conference for the ASEE First-Year Programs Division
FYEE is an opportunity for academic and industry representatives to discuss and share relevant topics in the first year engineering experience. Participants include college deans, department chairs, student service professionals, advisors, faculty in engineering and engineering technology, K-12 teachers, and industry leaders from throughout the country. The goal of the First-Year Engineering Experience conference is to facilitate learning and sharing among attendees. Conference sessions will include a variety of opportunities to share and learn. The conference schedule will consist of workshops, panel discussions, paper presentations, poster presentations, and keynote addresses.
The 12th First-Year Engineering Experience Conference, held virtually in 2021, will continue the dialog started at the University of Notre Dame in 2005, 2007, and 2009, University of Pittsburgh in 2012 and 2013, Texas A&M in 2014, Virginia Tech in 2015, The Ohio State University in 2016, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in 2017, Rowan University in 2018, and Penn State in 2019.
Location Chair & Publication Chair: Kevin Calabro – University of Maryland
Program Chair: Todd France – Ohio Northern University
Program Chair-Elect: Jaskirat Sodhi – New Jersey Institute of Technology
Sponsorship Chair: Tim Hinds – Michigan State University
Awards Chair: Kathryn Schulte Grahame – Northeastern University
FYEE Steering Committee
Kris Craven – Tennessee Tech
FYEE Web Site Management
Jack Bringardner – New York University
The FYEE Conference hosts for 2021, 2022, 2023, 2024, and 2025 will be:
2022 – Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan
2023 – University of Tennesee, Knoxville, TN
Want to host FYEE in 2026 or 2027?
The FYEE Conference is sponsored by the First-Year Programs Division (FPD) of ASEE. It is a specialty conference intended to enable attendees to network with colleagues on matters associated with an engineering student’s first-year education experience.