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  1. Building a Network of Mentors: A Guide for Engineering Educators

    26 Feb 2010 | Publications | Contributor(s): Mary Deane Sorcinelli

    Mentoring has long been viewed as a powerful means of enhancing the professional success and personal well-being of faculty members, especially new and early career faculty. In response, a number of institutions have developed mentoring programs, often shaped by the traditional one-on-one...

  2. Planning, Implementing, and Reporting Quantitative Research in Education: A User's Guide

    26 Feb 2010 | Publications | Contributor(s): R. Brent Stansfield

    This document is designed to help education researchers plan similar research programs. Sections are organized by the chronology for developing a series of studies. First, we will discuss how exploratory research can suggest theories and causal models, but cannot test them. Second, we will...

  3. A Guidebook On Conceptual Frameworks For Research In Engineering Education

    26 Feb 2010 | Publications | Contributor(s): Marilla D. Svinicki

    Why should you care about the conceptual frameworks that underlie research on teaching andlearning? I propose that you wouldn’t consider redesigning a bridge without understanding theunderlying principles that support and affect it in the first place. Wouldn’t you look to current models of...

  4. Qualitative Research Basics: A Guide for Engineering Educators

    26 Feb 2010 | Publications | Contributor(s): Nancy Chism

    It is our intention in this manual to provide an overview of the use of qualitative research methods in the engineering education context. Our assumption is that users of this guide will be fairly new to qualitative approaches—and perhaps new to educational research in general. We have tried,...

  5. Workshop Report: Building Capability and Communities in Engineering Education Research

    26 Feb 2010 | Publications | Contributor(s): Rocío Chavela Guerra, Monica F. Cox

    This report summarizes the results from a four-hour workshop aimed to(1) Introduce engineering faculty interested in developing or extending their capability to engage in educational scholarship how to approach and to move their work in the direction of educational research.(2) Share with...

  6. Universalized Narratives: Patterns in How Faculty Members Define “Engineering”

    15 Apr 2010 | Publications | Contributor(s): Alice L. Pawley

    BACKGROUNDU.S. engineering educators are discussing how we define engineering to our- selves and to others, such as in the recently released U.S. National Academy of Engineering (NAE) report, Changing the Conversation. In these conversations, leaders have proposed the skills, knowledge,...

  7. Feminisms in Engineering Education: Transformative Possibilities

    15 Apr 2010 | Publications | Contributor(s): Alice L. Pawley

    The goal of this paper is to examine the possibilities for explicitly femi- nist work in engineering and engineering education. What does it mean in engineering contexts to take a feminist perspective, and how might this influence the profession and society? We seek to establish an under-...

  8. ASEE 2010 Engineering Education PhD Programs - Networking Session

    30 Jul 2010 | Publications | Contributor(s): Karl A. Smith

    AgendaWelcome and Overview (~10 min)Introductions and Brief Statement from Representative of Established EER PhD Programs (~20 min) Ten Briefings, ~2 min eachWhen the PhD program was started, Where it is located, Number of PhD students and graduates, Participant Networking Activity (~30...

  9. University of Georgia Graduate Research Opportunity

    09 Jul 2010 | Publications

    CLUSTER (Collaborative Loung for Understanding Society and Technology through Educational Research) Graduate Research Program at University of Georgia

  10. From the Margins to the Mainstream: The Emerging Landscape of Engineering Education Research

    29 Oct 2010 | Publications | Contributor(s): Ruth A Streveler, Karl A. Smith

    Guest Editorial for Journal of Engineering Education October 2010RUTH A. STREVELERPurdue UniversityKARL A. SMITHPurdue University and University of MinnesotaWe thank Jack Lohmann and Norman Fortenberry for reviewingiterations of this editorial. Their comments strengthened ourarguments. We also...