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Paper NumberTitleAuthor(s)
6Wind Turbine Design for Low-Speed Wind ApplicationsChristopher Roper, Adeel Khalid – Kennesaw State University
7Strengthening STEM Laboratory Assessment Using Student-Narrative Portfolios Interwoven with Online EvaluationRonald F. DeMara, Soheil Salehi, Navid Khoshavi, Richard Hartshorne, Baiyun Chen – University of Central Florida
8Applying US EPA sustainability criteria to capstone designBradley Striebig, James Madison University
10Comparing sustainable nutrient reduction strategies for small coastal communitiesKaisen Thomas, James Madison University; Pascal Ochs, Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft (HTW) des Saarlandes; Lauren Donston, Kendall Effler, Jesse McWilliams, Willie Woodard, Bradley Striebig – James Madison University
11A Sustainability Indicators based CurriculumBradley Striebig, Samuel Morton – James Madison University
13Participatory Action Research as an Approach to Performing Research in Engineering Education with Native American CommunitiesDaniel Frank, Carl Crane, Elliot Douglas – University of Florida
15Insulation and Zero Energy Buildings – Development of a Small-Scale Undergraduate Lab to Investigate the Effect of Insulation on Energy Transfer Using Thermal Imaging DevicesNick True, Chuck Margraves, Trevor Elliott – University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
16Digital Design for Centrifugal FansJohn Abbitt, University of Florida; Sam Lowry, Simerics, Inc.
17Engineering for the future: Mississippi State University’s Cyber Summer ProgramsSarah Lee, Stacy Kastner, Rian Walker – Mississippi State University
18Experimental Set-Up Design and Testing of Vertical and Horizontal Axis Wind Turbine Models in a Subsonic Wind TunnelMosfequr Rahman, Travis Salyers, Emile Maroha – Georgia Southern University
19Cost-effectiveness of the combination of solar panel and cooling system for achieving higher efficiencyChi Xu, Fazil Najafi – University of Florida
20Introducing a Tool for ABET Course Assessment (A.C.A) for a New Engineering ProgramMonika Bubacz, Robert Rabb, Jason Howison, Kevin Skenes – The Citadel
21Experimental Study of Fabric Wrapped Polyurethane Shafts under Triple Point BendingKyle Yeomans, Liza Zamora, Aniruddha Mitra – Georgia Southern University
23Economic Feasibility and Environmental Sustainability analysis for Co-location of Desalination facilities in Power plants using Renewable energyJordan Walker, Fazil Najafi – University of Florida
24Demonstrations for Class Time for Flipped StaticsAnna Howard, North Carolina State University
27Experimental Set-Up Design and Photostriction Effect Measurement Technique Learning of Photostrictive Optical ActuatorsMosfequr Rahman, Masud Nawaz, Gustavo Molina – Georgia Southern University
28Development of Green Engineering and Sustainability Curriculum for School of Engineering at Christian Brothers UniversityL. Yu Lin, Christian Brothers University; Chee Y. Chew, City of Memphis
33An Evaluator’s Perspective on Proposed Changes to ABET CriteriaClaire McCullough, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
37When Opportunity Knocks – An Alternative Summer Engineering InternshipScott Schultz, Pablo Biswas – Mercer University
38Learning of Environmental Engineering – On-line, Hybrid, or Face-to-Face:  A Case StudyM. Karim, Kennesaw State University, Marietta Campus
40Additive manufacture of a flux focusing magnetic gearWesley Williams, Joshua Kadel, Joshua Warne, Pushkar Sathe – University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Jonathan Bird, Portland State University
41CodeIT Day: Breaking Stereotypes and Feeding the STEM PipelineJessica Jones, Naja Mack, Tiffanie Smith, Juan Gilbert – University of Florida
42Fostering Agile Methodologies in Cross-Disciplinary Capstone Design Course through Process Management ToolsKurt Pedrosa, Richard Tubbesing, Richard Stansbury, Jianhua Liu – Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
45A Second Language Acquisition Approach to Learning Programming LanguagesRachel Cunningham, Paula Sanjuan Espejo, Christina Frederick, Lulu Sun, Li Ding – Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
46Implementing Student Enhancement Plans for Student Growth and Goal AttainmentTanya Kunberger, Chris Geiger – Florida Gulf Coast University
47A Pedagogical Approach to Introduce Green’s Functions to Engineering StudentsLeora Loftis, Pedro Arce, Jennifer Pascal – Tennessee Technological University
48Development of a Small-Scale Impact Erosion Test ApparatusStephen Hill, Jesse Barnes, Bradley Harrison, Caleb Yawn – Mercer University
49Exam Preparation through Directed Video Blogging using Electronically-Mediated Realtime Classroom InteractionRonald F. DeMara, Soheil Salehi, Sindhu Muttineni – University of Central Florida
50Metal Impingement Erosion Laboratory ExperienceStephen Hill, Mercer University; Gustavo Bodstein, Universidade Federal do Paranã; Andre Eggert, Milwaukee School of Engineering; Pedro Rosa, University of Alabama
52Middle School Outreach Program to Teach Programming Concepts with Mobile ApplicationSifat Islam, Ravi Shankar, Melissa Serrano, Iris Minor – Florida Atlantic University
56Results and Observations from Two Semesters of Implementing a Flipped Classroom Model in an Engineering Computation CourseShen Liu, West Kentucky Community and Technical College
60A Breadth-First Approach to Electrical and Computer Engineering CurriculaHarry Powell, Maite Brandt-Pearce, Ronald Williams, Lloyd Harriott, Robert Weikle – University of Virginia
61Flipped Learning: A Hybrid Classroom Approach that Turns Construction and Engineering Education Upside DownPeter Rogers, Clinton Martin – Georgia Southern University
62An Introductory Course in Energy Efficient Power Regulator DesignHarry Powell, University of Virginia
63Graduate Students Working Towards an Engineering Education Community: A Case Study of the GT-ASEE Student ChapterStephanie Gillespie, Matthew Priddy – Georgia Institute of Technology
67Integration of Interactive Print Media into Thermal Fluids Laboratory Equipment to Aid in Laboratory InstructionDustin Spayde, Alta Knizley, Pedro Mago – Mississippi State University
70Using a Visual Programing Language to Interact with Visualizations of Electroencephalogram SignalsChris Crawford, Marvin Andujar, France Jackson, Ivens Applyrs, Juan Gilbert – University of Florida
71Student and Instructor Perceptions of a Supplemental Instruction ProgramColin Maier, Ally Martin, Robert Rabb – The Citadel
72New Intern, How Are We Going to Use You?Amber Mills, Robert Rabb – The Citadel
73What a Smell! Lessons Learned from a Collaborative Compost CapstoneCharles Newhouse, Paul Ackerman – Virginia Military Institute
74Observations from First Use of an Online Homework and Learning Management SystemHodge Jenkins, Mercer University
75CFD as a Visualization Tool in Undergraduate Fluid MechanicsDavid Calamas, Gyunay Keten – Georgia Southern University
76Reinforcing Conceptual Content in Undergraduate Heat Transfer through the use of CFDDavid Calamas, Gyunay Keten – Georgia Southern University
77Mathematics preparation and performance in graduate level engineering courses with distance and local studentsCharles O’Neill, The University of Alabama
78A Hybrid Lecture/Practice-Based Model for Communication SystemsRami Haddad, Adel El Shahat, Youakim Kalaani – Georgia Southern University
79Perceived Satisfaction and Assessment of Learning using Online Learning Management Systems with Undergraduate and Graduate StudentsDavid Paulus, Washington State University; Michael Reynolds, University of West Florida
80Assessing Potential Impacts an Experimental Centric Approach can have in An Introduction to Digital Electronics CourseOtsebele Nare, Qiang Le, Ziette Hayes, Nesim Halyo, Zhao Sun – Hampton University
81BamaSPACE: The University of Alabama’s Student Space/Astronautics ProgramsJohn Baker, Richard Branam, Paul Hubner, Kenneth Ricks, Patrick Kung, Beth Todd – The University of Alabama
82Practical Power Systems Protection – Course ModelAdel El Shahat, Rami Haddad, Youakim Kalaani – Georgia Southern University
86Student “Micro” Teaching and Learning ExperiencesVeera Gnaneswar Gude, Mississippi State University
88Engineering Foundations: Development of a Multidisciplinary Freshmen CourseMorgan Minton, The University of Alabama
91Effectiveness of Flipping an Undergraduate Thermodynamics CourseNancy Moore, North Carolina State University
92Student Perception of Professional Skills Development in the Undergraduate Civil Engineering Curriculum at The CitadelSimon Ghanat, Dimitra Michalaka, William Davis – The Citadel
93Effects of Classroom Pedagogies Used in a Freshmen Course on Students’ Perception of the Sub-Disciplines of Civil EngineeringDimitra Michalaka, Simon Ghanat, Mary K. Watson, Kevin Bower, Ronald Welch – The Citadel
94From Tensile Testing to Generating Crossword PuzzlesSimon Ghanat, John Murden – The Citadel
98Robotics as an Entrée to K-12 Computer Science for Underrepresented StudentsDaniela Marghitu, Auburn University; Jeff Gray, The University of Alabama; Samuel King, Auburn University; J. Michael Wyss, The University of Alabama at Birmingham
101Alternative Assembly Materials for Residential Cool RoofsMarcel Maghiar, Arpit Patel, Dylan John – Georgia Southern University
103Civil Engineering Students’ Viewpoints on Teaching, Learning, and CareersSeamus Freyne, Dennis Truax, Gnaneswar Gude – Mississippi State University
104BIM-based estimating and its applications in support of cost estimation and cost planningMarcel Maghiar, Georgia Southern University
105Characteristics of Training in Civil Engineering FirmsBrian Giltner, Murray State University; Seamus Freyne, Mississippi State University
106Development and Implementation of an Interdisciplinary Course at the Interface of Chemical Engineering and NursingJonathan Sanders, Melissa Geist – Tennessee Technological University
107An Inter-Campus Capstone Design Project on VTOLShih-Liang Wang, North Carolina A&T State University
108A Laboratory-Based Approach for an Introduction to Biomolecular EngineeringJeffrey Rice, Morgan Bocci, Patrick Kent – Tennessee Technological University