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Session 1A Title: Hands on Learning

Time: 11:00 am-12:30 pm    Room: SEH 1220    Session chair: Dr. Pedro Silva

Bringing The Classics Back To The Classroom to Enhance Learning Experience

Authors: Julius Marpaung, Jeff Burke, Josh Weibling, University of Houston


The Benefits of Incorporating a Service Learning Project into an Engineering Technology Course

Authors: Orla LoPiccolo, Farmingdale State College


Hands on Education in Integrated Curriculum

Authors: Lin Lin, University of Southern Maine


Integration of teaching topics to enhance undergraduate research experience in Synchrotron based X-ray absorption EXFAS for corrosion study and Electroencephalography EEG application project

Authors: Sunil Dehipawala, Vazgen Shekoyan, George Tremberger, Chantale Damas et al. CUNY Queensborough Community College


Session 1B Title: STEM Outreach and Other Related Topics

Time: 11:00 am-12:30 pm    Room: SEH 1270    Session Chair: Dr. Charles Cameron

An Internship Program that Promotes Student Success in Engineering and Engineering Technology

Authors: AB Shafaye, Rafic Bachnak, Penn State Harrisburg


Introducing Young Girls to Engineering through Summer Enrichment Programs

Authors: Linda Hirsch, New Jersey Institute of Technology


Multisensory Robotic Therapy through Motion Capture and Imitation for Children with ASD

Authors: Rachael Bevill et al.: The George Washington University. Myounghoon Jeon et al. Georgia Institute of Technology


Music-Based Emotion and Social Interaction Therapy for Children with ASD Using Interactive Robots

Authors: Paul Azzi et al. The George Washington University


Session 1C Title: Innovative Assessment Methods

Time: 11:00 am-12:30 pm    Room: SEH 1400    Session chair: Dr. Saniya Leblanc

A Systems Engineering Approach to Defining and Assessing Teaching Effectiveness in Higher Education

Authors: Jerry-Daryl Fletcher, LeeRoy Bronner: Morgan State University; Odesma Dalrymple: University of San Diego; Yacob Astatke: Morgan State University


Adapted Mastery Grading for Statics

Authors: Linda Craugh, USNA


Assessing critical thinking aspects involving cause and effect inquiry in the teaching of physics for engineering and technology students

Authors: Vazgen Shekoyan, Sunil Dehipawala et al. CUNY Queensborough Community College


Data Mining using Ensemble Classifiers for Improved Prediction of Student Academic Performance

Authors: Ashwin Satyanarayana, Mariusz Nuckowski, New York City College of Technology (CUNY)


Session 2A Title: Technology and Real World Problems

Time: 2:00-3:30 pm    Room: SEH 1220    Session Chair: Dr. Pedro Silva

Improving learning motivation through physics lessons that include relationships between science technology and society for engineering and technology students

Authors: George Tremberger, Vazgen Shekoyan, Sunil Dehipawala et al. CUNY Queensborough Community College


The UN Post 2015 Sustainable Development Goals: Next Steps

Authors: William Kelly, George Mason University


Effects of Preheating on the Friction Stir Welding Process - Senior Project

Authors: Jinmyun Jo, Virginia State University


The Business Model Canvas as a tool for building relevant business models for Engineering Firms

Authors: Adekola Owolabi, Centre for Entrepreneurial Research and Development Subsidiary of David Richard Associates


Session 2B Title: Capstone Design

Time: 2:00-3:30 pm    Room: SEH 1270    Session Chair: Dr. Charles Cameron

Teaching Design Thinking, Writing, and Oral Presentation: Lessons Learned from the Computer Science Senior Design Course at GW

Authors: Gabriel Parmer, Rahul Simha, Chris Toombs, Poorvi Vora, Timothy Wood, The George Washington University


A Capstone Course Integrating Student Leadership Development and Community- Based Service Learning

Authors: Jeffrey Birou, Alistar Erickson-Ludwig, Mira Olson, Kevin Scoles, Drexel University


Introduction to Capstone Design - Student Presentation of Chain Reaction Device

Authors: David Lee, Charles Cameron et al. The George Washington University


Session 2C Title: Online Learning

Time: 2:00-3:30 pm    Room: SEH 1400    Session Chair: Saniya Leblanc

Effective Learning Activities and Tools Adopted In an Online Engineering Class

Authors: Oludare Owolabi, Morgan State University


Teamwork Interest Differences Between Face-to- Face and Online Students

Authors: Abdullah Konak, Sadan Kulturel-Konak, Penn State Berks


ONLINE COURSES: A Threat to the Class Room Oriented Engineering Education

Authors: Rajarajan (Roger) Subramanian, Grady Mathews IV, Pennsylvania State University


Field Experiential Learning Pedagogy in Engineering Mechanics a Means of Improving Student Engagement and Performance

Authors: Oludare Owolabi, Morgan State University


Session 3A Title: Innovative Teaching

Time: 3:45-5:15 pm    Room: SEH 1220    Session Chair: Dr. Pedro Silva

On using simulators and a hybrid approach for an Internetworking technology course

Authors: Benito Mendoza, New York City College of Technology


Molecules and Cells: a model for addressing the needs of students with varied backgrounds and diverse learning styles

Authors: Eileen Haase, Harry Goldberg, Johns Hopkins Univewrsity


Balancing Symbolic and Computational Thinking: Teaching Engineering Math Via Programming

Authors: Rahul Simha: The George Washington University


Session 3B Title: STEM Outreach K-12

Time: 3:45-3:5:15 pm    Room: SEH 1270    Session Chair: Dr. Charles Cameron

Establishing a Balanced Organizational Structure for Large STEM Outreach Programs: Adopting the 10, 20, 30 40 Rule

Authors: Ralph Tillinghast, Edward Petersen, US Army


Teaching Creativity through Interactive Workshops

Authors: Sadan Kulturel-Konak, Andullah Konak, Penn State Berks


Session 3C Title: Cross-Disciplinary Approaches

Time: 3:45-5:15 pm    Room: SEH 1400    Session Chair: Saniya Leblanc

Exploring Ways to Give Engineering Cybersecurity Students a Stronger Policy and Management Perspective

Authors: Lance Hoffman, Rachelle Heller, Costis Toregas, The George Washington University


Using a Technical Autobiography to Improve First Year Engineering

Authors: Suzanne Keilson, Loyola University Maryland

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