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Innovation and Excellence Access, Diversity, and Inclusion Advocacy and Public Policy Communities and Communication Financial Sustainability and Internal Organization ASEE advances the development of innovative approaches and solutions to engineering education and excellence in all aspects of engineering education, while continuously improving the member experience. ASEE promotes diversity by modeling equity and inclusion through its policies and practices and advocates for equal access to engineering educational opportunities for all. ASEE is the leading advocate for advancing the broad interests of engineering education. ASEE will cultivate an inclusive community that engages all members and values the contributions of all stakeholders; we will implement a robust and transparent communication strategy linking those stakeholders. ASEE must carefully balance opportunities for investments in activities and programs to meet future needs with our current responsibilities, developing and maintaining a robust cash reserve, and ensuring that expenditures align with the organization’s mission. ASEE will be a strategic and dynamic organization, with a knowledgeable and responsive staff, that enhances stakeholder engagement. Our Members As the only engineering education society dedicated to the professional needs of engineering educators across all disciplines, ASEE connects you to a world of research and a wealth of information right at your fingertips.
From a community college, ASEE is my main professional organization. The conferences and ASEE'colleagues are major sources of inspiration and fresh ideas in continually improving my teaching.
I've had numerous leadership opportunities thanks to ASEE. I have served as chair of the Midwest Section, as a section campus representative, and of course, as Zone III Chair on the Board of Directors.
ASEE benefits me as an engineering dean through the Engineering Deans Council, of which I am currently chair, which keeps me connected to my peers and tapped into a useful knowledge base.
I joined ASEE at the beginning of my career and through ASEE I learned about NASA Summer Faculty Research Fellowships. I was fortunate enough to spend two summers at Marshall Space Flight Center, and six summers at Dryden Flight Research Center.
Interactions at the conference help generate new ideas to enhance my teaching, and inform my thinking about new directions for research.
ASEE reminds me of the importance of the educational component of this career and that there is an entire community of professors juggling the same challenges that I am.
Why ASEE? ASEE provides numerous resources to help people across the engineering education community. PRISM PEER Paper Repository Fellowships Education & Careers ASEE's Annual Conference Journal of Engineering Education Advances in Engineering Education
News 1. 2. November 28, 2017 ASEE hosts NSF Engineering Education and Centers Grantees Conference. On October 29 – 31, the American Society for Engineering Education hosted the 2017 NSF EEC Grantees Conference in Arlington, VA. See More.... November 29, 2017 ASEE hosts NSF Engineering Research Centers Grantees Conference. Every other year a meeting of Engineering Research Center (ERC) directors and other key staff, faculty, and students is held in the late fall in the Washington, DC area. See More.... December 4, 2017 Norman Fortenberry Gives Remarks at Capitol Hill Briefing. Teachers are the intended implementers of STEM education reform policies and initiatives but typically have little input on the content or scope of the reforms. The "wisdom of classroom practice," See More.... December 5, 2017 ASEE Hosting Cuban Excursion This exciting opportunity will be both personally and professionally rewarding, and we are pleased to have you join this delegation. See More.... January 22, 2018 Two New TUEE Reports. Read Phase II, "Insight from Tomorrow's Engineering," and Phase III, "Voices on Women's Participation and Retention." TUEE seeks to identify critical components of engineering curricula, pedagogy, and educational culture necessary to support the education of engineers for years to come. TUEE aims to catalyze change by building consensus in our community on a shared vision of engineering education. See More....
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