Full Paper Guidelines

The full paper submission type is for completed work, or work at a phase where results are available for analysis and discussion.

  • The author must submit: author’s name, paper title, author’s affiliation, phone number, fax number, and e-mail address.
  • The first sentence of the abstract should indicate that it is an abstract for a full paper.
  • Each abstract should be between 300 and 500 words in length, Times New Roman 24 pt. font for title, Times New Roman 12 pt. font for body. Use single column format for abstract with 1 inch margins.
  • One author from each paper is expected to register for and attend the conference. The registered author can present more than one paper.
  • Final papers will be limited to six pages, not including references or author bios.
  • See the Author Kit for font and spacing requirements.
  • Paper should be professionally written and presented.
  • Full papers will be peer-reviewed by at least two reviewers. The purpose of the review will be to check for completeness and accuracy of the work.

The paper submission is through ASEE’s monolith system:

All authors on a paper will be expected to participate in the review process. You do not need to be a member of ASEE to attend FYEE or submit a proposal or abstract. However, you do need to create an account by setting up your ASEE profile here.

Important Deadlines

  • Abstract submission deadline February 25, 2019.
  • Authors will be notified of acceptance or rejection of their proposed paper by March 15, 2019.
  • If your submission is accepted, papers are due for peer review by April 8, 2019.
  • Authors will be notified of peer review results by May 3, 2019.
  • Modified papers will be due by June 3, 2019.

Basic Paper Description

To help authors prepare their final submissions, the conference organizers suggests the authors consider the following questions to guide their preparation of a Full paper.

  • What range of audience will be interested in the subject of the paper?
  • What is the motivation for the work? (The problem to be solved)
  • What is innovative, leading-edge, or cutting-edge about the major outcomes of this work (e.g. instructional practice, insight into advising, assessment of learning/teaching etc) ?
  • How novel is the research, or practice,  proposed by the paper?
  • What has been accomplished?  What additional work needs to be done?
  • How well has the paper addressed questions about purpose, potential hypotheses, and possible methodologies?

Content – Suggestions not Requirements

Papers could share information about how a faculty member, administrator, advisor, or team has developed and implemented novel practices across the breadth of topics of interest to conference participants. The work should contain some results to support their findings.

Papers could share information about how an author, or team of authors, developed and implemented new practices explicitly based on research on engineering education relevant topics and/or educational practice. The paper should demonstrate transfer from research to practice (all factors associated with for formal and informal educational programs). The work should contain results to support their findings.

The conference organizers suggested the final paper should describe research that has supported the practice, how does the research incorporate any relevant research, a brief synopsis of the methodology, and/or describe the research question(s).

Finally, it is suggested that the final paper should describe what results have been obtained, and what remains to be done, or some similar content.