- Providing a forum for promoting programs, curricula and activities aimed at enhancing the preparation of engineering students and faculty to operate in a global engineering economy. Central in this activity is provision of paper sessions dedicated to the study and advancement of international engineering pedagogy at ASEE’s conferences.
- Provide a forum for the exchange of information related to best practices in global engineering education, and relevant development and events related to this topic. To publish a regular newsletter highlighting key events and sharing related information.
- To recognize and encourage excellence and leadership in global engineering education.
Register for ASEE 2019 Annual Conference June 16-19 Tampa Convention Center
International Division Sessions include
|Mon, Jun 17||Location||Moderator||Events/Topics|
|11:30 AM||1:00 PM||Marriott Waterside – HQ Hotel , Meeting Room 11||RSVP to Nick Safai / Mary Dawson||International Business MTG|
|1:30 PM||3:00 PM||Convention Center, Room 14||Anna Friesel||Transversal Competency Level of Engineering Graduates Dictated by European Industry (Mariana Leandro Cruz, Gillian Saunders-Smits [Delft University of Technology]); Novel Industry-University Engineering Education Cooperation Practice: Open Summer School 2018 co-organized by SEU, Xilinx, and ICisC (Yongming Tang [Southeast University], Jia|
|3:15 PM||4:45 PM||Convention Center, Room 14||Julianne Vernon||Examining the Cultural Influence on Peer Ratings of Teammates between International and Domestic Students (Siqing Wei [Purdue University-Main Campus, West Lafayette (College of Engineering)], Daniel Ferguson [Purdue University-Main Campus, West Lafayette (College of Engineering)], Matthew Ohland [Purdue University-Main Campus, West Lafayette, IN]|
|8:00 AM||9:30 AM||Convention Center, Room 14||Bjorn Kjellgren, Jinan Ziade||Middle East and North Africa (MENA): Globalization and the Role of Culture (Gholam Shaykhian, Jinan Ziade, Mohd Khairi); Intercultural Competency Differences between U.S. and Central Asian students in an Engineering Across Cultures and Nations Graduate Course (Dena Lang [Pennsylvania State University, University Park], Meg Handley [Pennsyl|
|11:30 AM||1:00 PM||Convention Center, Exhibit Hall||Poster Session||Board 88: A Sophomore’s Interdisciplinary Engineering Project Enhancing Learning and Engineering Education with International Applications and Markets Abroad (Student Poster) (Nick Safai [Salt Lake Community College], Alan Carbine [Salt Lake Community College])|
|3:15 PM||4:45 PM||Convention Center, Room 14||John Troy, Michael Shenoda||Capacity Building of Afghan Universities in Geology and Minerals Education (Bahawodin Baha, Hamidullah Waizy); International Research Training Model for Undergraduate Students: Investigating Public Transportation Commuting in Feira de Santana (Bahia), Brazil (Claude Brathwaite [City College of the City University of New York], Samantha Deo|
|3:15 PM||4:45 PM||Convention Center, Room 15||Gillian Saunders-Smits, JORGE PORCEL||A Course in Best Practices in Scientific Writing and Oral Presentation in English for Chinese Graduate Students in Engineering and the Life Sciences (John Troy [Northwestern University], Pei-Ji Liang); Global Engineering and Language Attitudes in the U.S.: A Quandary (Jorge Porcel [Missouri University of Science & Technology]); Intercultural|
|5:00 PM||6:00 PM||Convention Center, Room 15||George Hassoun||Should Python for Engineers be a Course Taught to Freshmen Engineering Majors in the U.S.A. and Abroad? (Nick Safai [Salt Lake Community College], Edris Ebrahimzadeh [Des Moines Area Community College]); The Education of Science, Engineering and Technologies in War-affected Countries (Bahawodin Baha, Maria Diakoumi, Hamidullah Waizy);|
|8:00 AM||9:30 AM||Convention Center, Room 14||Radian Belu, Kseniya Zaitseva||Transformative Diversity Changes in U.S. Demographics: Recognizing the Cultural Implications in Higher Education (Mitchell Springer [Purdue University-Main Campus, West Lafayette (College of Engineering)], Kathryne Newton [Purdue Polytechnic Institute]); The Prediction of Student Performance in Chemistry-based Courses in Public Universities|
Journal of International Engineering Education seeks Assistant Editors
Brent Jesiek, associate professor at Purdue University, has announced the formal launch of the Journal of International Engineering Education (JIEE), formerly the Online Journal for Global Engineering Education (OJGEE), available at: http://digitalcommons.uri.edu/jiee/
JIEE is a unique peer-reviewed resource for academic, corporate, non-profit, and other constituencies involved in creating, maintaining, growing, and studying international engineering education programs. Our first issue (vol. 1, no. 1) is now available online, and we are actively seeking submissions in three categories: perspective, research, and practice. To submit a paper, see: https://digitalcommons.uri.edu/cgi/submit.cgi?context=jiee
Brent, who is co-editor, seeks to fill multiple assistant editor positions to help review and prepare manuscripts.” For more information about this service opportunity, please contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:email@example.com>.