No.

Title

Authors

4

Incorporating wireless data acquisition into the STEM Curriculum: A case study with Lean Six Sigma

Warren Jasper – North Carolina State University

5

Can Teamwork be Effective in Learning of Software Packages and Improving Report Writing Skills? A Case Study

M. A. Karim – Kennesaw State University

8

Startup of a New Civil Engineering Program at Mercer University

Richard Mines, Kleio Avrithi, Natalia Cardelino – Mercer University

9

ASEE-SE: A Retrospective

Scott Schultz – Mercer University; Dan Kohn – University of Memphis; Tyson Hall – Southern Adventist University; John Brocato – Mississippi State University; Cecelia Wigal – University of Tennessee-Chattanooga; Hodge Jenkins – Mercer University

11

A Simple Hands-on Project for the Conference of  “Girls Will be Women in STEAM”

Ruiyun Fu – Mercer University

12

Creating a Learning Lab in Undergraduate Engineering Management Lecture Courses

David Greenburg, Dimitra Michalaka – The Citadel

13

High School Technology as a NON-predictor of First College Math Course

Marketa Marcanikova, Eliza Gallagher, Christy Brown, Julia Brisbane, Andrew Brown, L. Armoni Dunwoody, Kristin Frady, Abigail Hines, Joseph Murphy, Khushikumari Patel, Aubrie Pfirman, Shannon Roberson, Anand Gramopadhye – Clemson University

14

Motivated Learning through Supersonic Ping Pong Balls

Mark Pankow – North Carolina State University

15

Use of C-K Theory Templates for Design Innovation

Graceraj Ponnusamy, University of Georgia; Ramana Pidaparti, University of Georgia, Jacquelyn Nagel, James Madison University; Christopher Rose, James Madison University

16

Developing Professional Skills in STEM Graduate Education through Community Challenge Projects using Design Thinking Tools

Ramana Pidaparti, Brandy Walker, Julie Coffield, Meredith Welch-Devine, K. Paige Carmichael – University of Georgia

17

Developing a Method to Quantify Difficulty of Engineering Graphics Assignments

Rahul Sharan Renu, Brett Shields – Francis Marion University                

18

Observations from a Two-Semester Design and Build Project

Rahul Sharan Renu – Francis Marion University

19

Investigating the Impact on Students' Engagement, Perception and Success of Several Active Learning Strategies for a Large Gateway Engineering Course: Statics

Ricardo Zaurin – University of Central Florida

20

Cookbook Approach vs. Discovery Approach in Mechanics of Materials Laboratory Course at The Citadel

Simon Ghanat, James Grayson – The Citadel

21

Familiarity with the engineering design process through a senior course experience

Richard Gregory – Lipscomb University

22

Bringing Cutting-edge Technology to the Nuclear Engineering Classroom

Ryan O'Mara, Robert Hayes – North Carolina State University

23

Assessing the Methods Used to Determine the Effectiveness of a Graduate Technical Program Management Degree Program

David Greenburg, Keith Plemmons, Jeff Plumblee – The Citadel

26

Study of Prior Exposure to Engineering Economics at The Citadel

Simon Ghanat, Rebekah Burke, Kweku Brown, William Davis – The Citadel

27

Development of a Collaborative ABET Assessment Instrument for Effective Communication

Richard Gregory, Sonya Green – Lipscomb University

28

CADApps: MATLAB Apps for Core Courses in Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering Curricula

Lina Battestilli, Jeffrey Eischen, Larry Silverberg, Caleb Thomas – North Carolina State University

29

Creation of a Small Scale Geothermal Heat Sink Experiment

Chuck Margraves, Gary McDonald – University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

30

Design of a R/C Jet Engine Test Stand for a Thermodynamics Lab

Val deOlloqui, Charles Margraves – University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

31

Entrepreneurial Education Program for STEM teachers and students

Marcus Ruiz Gonzαlez, Moraima De Hoyos-Ruperto, Cristina Pomales-Garcνa, Maria Amador-Dumois – University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez

32

Integral-Spectral Methods Applied to Healthcare Engineering: A Student-Focused Pedagogical Approach

A. Nastasia Allred, Yung-Way Liu, J. Robby Sanders, Pedro E. Arce – Tennessee Technological University

33

Electrokinetic-Hydrodynamics: Bridging the Gap

A. Nastasia Allred, Samantha Blanton, J. Robby Sanders, Pedro E. Arce – Tennessee Technological University

34

Development of Vibration and Control Systems Through Student Projects

Yucheng Liu, Francie Baker – Mississippi State University

36

Educating Tomorrow’s Engineering Entrepreneur through Participating NSF I-Corps Program

Yucheng Liu, Harish Chander, Adam Knight – Mississippi State University; James Bell – Medical Device Guru, LLC

37

Pedagogical Techniques Employed in Foundation Design Course at The Citadel

Simon Ghanat – The Citadel

38

Understanding faculty perceptions of a new construction engineering major

Jeffery Plumblee, Rebekah Burke, Mostafa Batouli, William Davis – The Citadel

39

Integrating Biological Engineering Senior Design and Aquacultural Entrepreneurship: Case Study of Development of a Mobile Scaleable Oyster Hatchery

Steven Hall, Justin Traenkle, Nathaniel Eddy, Russell Smith, James Edwards, Matthew Campbell, Charles Eason, Kelly Zering – North Carolina State University

40

Impact of Misperception on Selecting an Engineering College Major: An Empirical Analysis

Mostafa Batouli, Rebekah Burke, Jeffery Plumblee, William Davis – The Citadel

41

Maintaining Student-Authored Open-Source Software for More Than 10 Years: An Experience Report

Zhewei Hu, Edward Gehringer – North Carolina State University; Yang Song – University of North Carolina Wilmington     

43

State-of-the-Art Delivery and Assessment of an Online / Distance Education Chemical Engineering Bridging Course

Lisa Bullard, Matthew Cooper, Hassan Golpour – North Carolina State University

45

Quantitative Impact on Learning Achievement of High Integrity Testing during Online Delivery

Marino Nader, Ronald F. DeMara, Adrian Tatulian, Baiyun Chen – University of Central Florida

46

Our Community College Engineering Students Are Your Transfer Students

Susan Meardon – Wake Technical Community College

47

Quantifying the Role of Sex and Ethnicity on the Relationship between Teacher Judgement and Student Performance on Standardized Exams in Mathematics and Reading

Sareh Meshkinfam, Julie Ivy, Amy Reamer – North Carolina State University

48

Growing Infrastructure: Entrepreneurial Thought and Action to Develop Coastal Bioengineering Technologies, From Education to Sustainable Production

Steven Hall, Matthew Campbell – North Carolina State University; Tyler Ortego – Coastal Resilience Group; Robert Beine – Oratechnologies

51

Engaging Black Families to Enhance Recruitment and Retention Efforts for Engineering Undergraduates: Insights from a Counternarrative Study

Callie Edwards, Joy Gayles – North Carolina State University

52

Incorporating Project Based Learning in Introductory Electronics Course

Maria Javaid – Jacksonville University

55

The Value of the Involvement of Licensed Surveyors in a Surveying Course

Kweku Brown, Dimitra Michalaka, Michael Woo, William Davis – The Citadel

60

An Integrative Approach to Embedded Systems Courseware

Harry Powell, Todd Delong, Homa Alemzadeh – University of Virginia

66

Project Lab: A Structured Extracurricular Design and Innovation Experience for Engineering Students

Timothy Wick, Desland Robinson – The University of Alabama at Birmingham

68

An Activity to Illustrate Teamwork: An Introduction to the Renaissance Foundry Model through Mindful Abstraction

Stephanie Jorgensen, Andrea Arce-Trigatti, Allen Mathende, Sarah Beth Cain, Anfal Haris, J. Robby Sanders, Pedro E. Arce – Tennessee Technological University

69

Developing Appreciation for Written Communication in Freshman Mechanical Engineering Students

Alta Knizley, Emily Spayde, John Brocato – Mississippi State University

70

Integrating engineering values of community and professionalism in a first-year engineering sequence

Jacqueline Gartner, Anastasia Rynearson, Lee Rynearson – Campbell University

72

Visual learning experiences to enhance understanding in the material and energy balance course

Bryan Beckingham – Auburn University

73

MATLAB Graphical User Interfaces (GUIs) for Problem Solving in Thermodynamics

Priya Goeser – Georgia Southern University-Armstrong; Anderson Duong – Georgia Institute of Technology

74

Promoting Innovative Learning Strategies: A Collaborative Curricular Re-Design at the Undergraduate Level

Stephanie Jorgensen, Andrea Arce-Trigatti, J. Robby Sanders, Pedro E. Arce – Tennessee Technological University

76

Redevelopment of a Freshman Computing Course Based on Student Feedback and Industry Needs

David Calamas, Aniruddha Mitra, Brian Vlcek – Georgia Southern University

77

The Career Identity Program: Designing a Values Based Career Plan for  First-Year Engineering Students

Lori Ghosal, Chester Miller, Rachel Worsham – North Carolina State University

78

Student Response to the Introduction of Programmable Logic Controllers Through the Use of a Virtual Engineering Laboratory Environment

Dustin Spayde, Morgan Green, Kirk Kinard – Mississippi State University

80

Recruitment and retention of active duty/transitioning military personnel and veterans in STEM through workshops

Praveen Malali – East Carolina University; Faete "JT" Filho – East Carolina University; Joshua Stevens – Wilson Community College; Daniel Dickerson – East Carolina University; James Menke – East Carolina University; Kim Zaccardelli – Craven Community College; Robin Matthews – Craven Community College; Gery Boucher – Craven Community College

81

A laboratory-to-field experience for introductory environmental engineering

Lauren Beckingham – Auburn University

83

Evaluating Course Effectiveness during the Transition from Demonstration to Hands-on Teaching Methods in the Solid Mechanics Laboratory

Morgan Green, Dustin Spayde, Pedro Mago – Mississippi State University

84

Designing a First-year Seminar Course to Promote Significant Learning

Simon Ghanat, Diana Cheshire – The Citadel

86

Professional Development for Engineers: A certificate program for 3D Undergraduate Experience in Engineering

Hatice Ozturk, Lianne Cartee, Frances Ligler – North Carolina State University

87

Development and Implementation of a Study Tool for Cumulative Problem Solving in Thermodynamics

Emily Spayde, Matthew Priddy, Alta Knizley – Mississippi State University

88

The Promotion of a Revised TPACK Model: Lessons Learned from the Foundry Inspired Steelcase Active Learning Space Project

Andrea Arce-Trigatti, Hunter Kaller, Stephanie Jorgensen, J. Robby Sanders, Pedro E. Arce – Tennessee Technological University

89

Hands-on Learning: A Four Year Laboratory Sequence for Electrical Engineering Students

Robert Barsanti, Ronald Hayne, Gregory Mazzaro – The Citadel

92

Student perceptions of how different course types may influence their career

Dimitra Michalaka, David Greenburg, Kweku Brown – The Citadel

97

Assessing Students’ Perception of SURE Program at The Citadel

Simon Ghanat, Dena Garner – The Citadel

98

Veteran Students: The Recruitment, Program Selection, and Issues Related to Transition to College Life at The Citadel

Monika Bubacz, Robert Rabb, Jeremy Ringgold – The Citadel

99

Designing, Building, and Testing an Apparatus to Verify the Fourier's Law of Heat Conduction through One Semester Senior Design Course at Southern Arkansas University

Lionel Hewavitharana, Mahbub Ahmed, Jase Anderson, Marco Diaz, Alma Stratton – Southern Arkansas University

100

Efforts to build student engagement in an engineering analysis course in mechanical engineering

Aaron Smith – Mississippi State University

101

Assessment of Student Learning Outcomes and Student Self-Assessment in an Undergraduate Controls Lab in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

James Kribs – North Carolina State University

102

Increasing matriculation rates: A case study of the development, launch, and success of a new approach

Matthew Stimpson, David Parish, Mary Clare Robbins – North Carolina State University

103

Redesigning an engineering fundamentals course to increase student engagement and excitement about environmental engineering

Fernando Garcia-Menendez, Douglas Call, Jakia Salam, David Tredwell – North Carolina State University

106

How Prepared Are We for ABET’s New Outcome 7? An Evaluation of Information Literacy of Students at UTC

Claire McCullough, Cecelia Wigal – University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

107

Application of Nonparametric Techniques for Reducing False Positive and Negatives in Student Learning Effectiveness Assessment in Engineering Curricula

Jaewan Yoon – Old Dominion University

109

Training Socially Conscious Engineers: How STS Application Minimizes Discriminatory Technologies

Bryn Seabrook – University of Virginia

112

Assessing Changes in Attitudes toward Biomechanics Resulting from a High School Outreach Event

Stephanie Teeter, Jacqueline Cole – North Carolina State University

113

Doctoral Engineering Grant Writing Experience to Prepare Future Professionals and Faculty

Katherine Smith, Nathapon Siangchokyoo, Erika Gamarra, Ashish Tamhane, Anthony Dean – Old Dominion University

115

Undergraduate Students’ Exposure to Authentic Scientific Research: Assessing Science Identity Development of Under-Represented Engineering Students at an HBCU

Isi Ero-Tolliver, Jerald Dumas – Hampton University

117

Integrating Computational Thinking into Middle School Science: A Search for Synergistic Pedagogy

Whitney Wall Bortz, Kemper Lipscomb – University of Texas at Austin; Aakash Gautam – Virginia Tech; Deborah Tatar – Virginia Tech

118

Educational Data Mining and Retention

Awatif Amin – Johnson C. Smith University

119

Implementing and Facilitating Peer-mentoring During After-school Programs within STEM Areas: A Discussion of Best Practices

Douglas Lecorchick, North Carolina State University; Jennifer K. Houchins, North Carolina State University; Bryanne Peterson, Virginia Tech

120

Makerspace Curriculum Development and Implementation Toward Cross-Cultural Integrative STEM Learning: A United States and China High School Collaboration

Douglas Lecorchick, Hiller Spires – North Carolina State University; Liz Gallo, WhyMaker.co

121

WIP: Pilot Testing an Interview Protocol to Explore Perceived Bias and Engineering Identity in Graduate Engineering Students

Matthew Bahnson, Mary Wyer, Cheryl Cass – North Carolina State University

122

Experiences of Faculty in an Ongoing Teaching Development Group: Identifying Characteristics that Support Sustainability

Jill Nelson, Margret Hjalmarson – George Mason University

123

Are You Ready? The Adventures of a Student Intern and What It Means for Instructors

Mia Manto, Laura Moody – Mercer University

124

UTC Girls to Engineers Network: Design, Print, Crush!

Louie Elliott – University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

127

North Carolina Engineering Pathways

Muffy Vestal – Durham Technical Community College; Susan Meardon – Wake Technical Community College

129

Laboratory changes: Sustainability, Streamlining, and Satisfying ABET

Kenneth Marek – Mercer University

131

Using Active Learning and the Wright State Model for Engineering Mathematics Education to Cultivate Academic Success among First-Year Engineering Students at a Mid-Sized Private Institution

Leroy Long – Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

133

Perspectives on an Innovative Homework Policy

Timothy Wood, Mostafa Batouli, Dimitra Michalaka, Kweku Brown, Emily Book – The Citadel

134

Predicting and Preventing Perception Problems in Freshmen Engineers

Tanjina Afrin, Jai Kyoung Jung, Paul Ackerman, Thomas Timmes, Matthew Swenty, Charles Newhouse – Virginia Military Institute

138

Assessing the Effectiveness of Individual Learning in a Realistic Engineering Design Class

Cesar Delgado, Kayla Norville, Kevin Han, Edgar Lobaton, Tianfu Wu – North Carolina State University

141

Gamification of Student Advising: Helping College Students Decide Between Civil and Construction Engineering

Mostafa Batouli, Rebekah Burke, Timothy Wood – The Citadel

143

Gamifying Engineering: Initial data and results from implementing a naval engineering video game (work in progress)

Michael Briscoe – American Society of Naval Engineers; Leigh McCue – George Mason University; Dave Kring, Maggie Craig – Navatek, Ltd.

150

Process Control Class for the Future Process Engineer

Brian Aufderheide – Hampton University; Makeda Wilkes – University of Trinidad and Tobago

151

In Silico Protein Optimization Laboratory for Bioprocess Engineers

Brian Aufderheide – Hampton University; Jemila James Nunes – University of Trinidad and Tobago

152

Addition of Arduino Kits to Introductory Engineering Course

Brian Aufderheide, Demetris Geddis, Nathan Holland – Hampton University

153

Making sense of missingness: Analyzing skipped items in engineering education research

Heather Perkins, Matthew Bahnson – North Carolina State University; Marissa Tsugawa-Nieves, Adam Kirn – University of Nevada at Reno; Cheryl Cass – North Carolina State University

154

Locally grown natural fibers for industrial applications

Monika Bubacz – The Citadel