The roundtables for the 2024 conference will be published as soon as it is available.
A roundtable is a form of academic discussion where participants agree on a specific topic to discuss and debate. The intent of a roundtable is to grant all attendees an equal right to contribute. Traditionally, roundtables are hosted by a moderator who orchestrates the discussion, sets the tone of the conversation, and encourages attendees to participate by sharing personal insights.
2023 Conference Roundtables
A list of roundtable topics can be found in the table below. The roundtables are held concurrently on Monday, March 13th, from 11:20 AM – 12:15 PM.
|Embracing AI in Engineering & Computing Education: ChatGPT and Beyond
|Cecelia Wigal, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
|Van Metre 113
|Entrepreneurial Mindset for Justice: Curating Characteristics for the Socially Conscious Engineer
|Anna Howard, North Carolina State University
|Van Metre 118
|Workforce Development: Educating the Diverse Future
|Christi Wilcox, George Mason University
|Van Metre 120
|Inclusive Curriculum & Pedagogy: Creating Engineering Learning Environments for Student Success
|John Brocato, The University of Georgia
|Van Metre 121