The Manufacturing Division of the American Society of Engineering Education strives to advance and coordinate the development of manufacturing engineering research through dialogue between industry and faculty. Annual Conference sessions, a manufacturing education newsletter and other forums focus on curriculum developments and trends, new manufacturing technologies, teaching techniques, laboratory development, research and new resources for more effective manufacturing education.
The Manufacturing Division of ASEE has, as its principal function, the support of individual member interests related to manufacturing.
Over 200 members are educators involved in manufacturing education at public and private 2-year and 4-year programs, as well as representatives from manufacturing industries and organizations. For the most part, educational members represent the disciplines of manufacturing, mechanical, industrial, and electrical engineering and engineering technology programs.
For more information, see the Division Profile
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