Looking for more ideas? Here’s an article from Matt Traum on a summer STEMTank experience for high school students through the University of Florida and Santa Fe College.
Read an article submitted by Meg Draeger on music chimes designed and built by 12th grade students in a Project Lead the Way course.
May 2022 Chair Updates
Read the PCEE Chair’s May newsletter for information on the Annual Conference, Executive Board election results, a map for showcasing engineering education efforts, a postdoc opportunity, Women of Color scholarships, and a STEM summer camp.
April 2022 Chair Updates
Read the PCEE Chair’s April newsletter for information on the Annual Conference, CDEI workshops, an Autodesk social change challenge, Engineering for US All (e4usa), and the Student Showcase at the Annual Conference.
March 2022 Chair Updates
Read the PCEE Chair’s March newsletter for information on the Annual Conference, an ASEE Board of Directors position, and a Journal of Engineering Education editor opportunity.
There are a lot of exciting events happening. Please read the newsletter. Follow the division, @PCEE_Div ASEE Annual Conference PCEE Division events: Division Social with MIND and WIED – Tue. July 27, 2021, 7:00 PM to 9:00.
Take a break, read the newsletter. And please follow the division, @PCEE_Div Bradley Bowen, PCEE Division Chair (email@example.com) PCEE Executive Committee Election Results. Thank you to all the candidates and those who voted.
Please read this month’s newsletter. There is some time-sensitive information that we want you to know. Also, if you haven’t already, follow the division on Twitter, @PCEE_Div Bradley Bowen, PCEE Division Chair (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Benjamin Franklin, known for his financial wisdom, once said, “An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.” Keep pressing on, everything you do will pay huge dividends. Bradley Bowen, PCEE Division Chair (email@example.com) ASEE Annual Conference.
An arrow can only be shot by pulling it backwards. When life is dragging you back with difficulties, it means it’s about to launch you into something great. So just keep aiming. Bradley Bowen, PCEE Division Chair.
Dear PCEE Division. As I speak with colleagues in our educational community, I am constantly reminded about all the great things our division members are doing during these challenging times. Keep your head up and know that you are making a difference.