1997 ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference

Proceedings Table of Contents

Thursday 8:00 - 9:30

Session T1A - Women in Engineering: Journeys to Success,Sponsored by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
Session T1B - Featured Lecture: The Personal Software Process - A Tool for Education, Watts Humphrey Software Engineering Institute
Session T1C - Software Applications 1
Session T1D - NSF Coalition Experiences
Session T1E - Teamwork 1: Experiences and Lessons
Session T1F - Recruitment & Retention 1: Who Succeeds?
Session T1G - Assesment of Learning 1: Problem Solving and Portfolios
Session T1H - Teaching & Learning Models
Session T1J - Teaching the Teachers Workshop 1: Our Attitude Sets the Stage

Thursday 9:45 - 10:45

Plenary 1 - The Future of Computing Technology, Raj Reddy, Carnegie Mellon University, Sponsored by the Duquesne Light Company

Thursday 11:00 - 12:30

Session T2A - Successful Women in Engineering Programs, Sponsored by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
Session T2B - Personal Software Process
Session T2C - Preparing the Next Generation of Information Science Specialists in Collaboration with Industry
Session T2D - Electrical and Computer Engineering Design 1
Session T2E - Conversations on Creating a Different Classrom Climate
Session T2F - Assessment of Courses and Conferencing
Session T2G - Teamwork 2: Successes and Comparisons
Session T2H - Ethics in Computer Science and Engineering
Session T2J - Teaching the Teachers Workshop 2 - Exploiting the Interactive Classroom

Thursday 2:00 - 3:45

Session T3A - Model Asynchronous Learning Networks, Sponsored by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
Session T3B - A Portfolio Potpourri
Session T3C - Computer Science and Engineering Curriculum 2
Session T3D - Manufacturing/Industry Collaborations 1
Session T3E - Distance Learning 1
Session T3F - Topics in Design 1: Connections
Session T3G - Engineering for Non-majors
Session T3H - K-12 Outreach 1: Making Connections

Thursday 4:15 - 6:00

Session T4A - Evaluation of Asynchronous Learning Networks, Sponsored by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
Session T4B - Mechanics and Structures 1
Session T4C - Graduate Software Engineering Education
Session T4D - Status and Issues in International Accreditation of Computer Science and Engineering Programs
Session T4E - Electrical and Computer Engineering Curriculum Innovations 1
Session T4F - K-12 Outreach 2:Sustaining Interest
Session T4G - Innovations in Engineering Technology Education
Session T4H - Assessment of Learning 2: Methods and Models

Thursday 9:00 pm Engineering Entertainment

Session T5A - Engineering Educator Entertainers

Friday 8:00 - 9:30

Session F1A - Featured Lecture: Computers Are Not Omnipotent, David Harel, Weizmann Institute of Science
Session F1B - Distance Learning 2
Session F1C - Electrical and Computer Engineering Curriculum Innovations 2
Session F1D - Centers for Education
Session F1E - Recruitment and Retention 2 - Women and Minorities
Session F1F - Topics in Design 2: Teaching and Observing
Session F1G - Laboratory Innovations
Session F1H - Alternative Assessment: The Georgia Tech Experiments
Session F1I - Poster Session 1
Session F1J - Teaching the Teachers Workshop 3 - Effective Laboratories

Friday 9:45 - 10:45

Plenary 2 - What We Know About Learning, Herbert A. Simon, Carnegie Mellon University, sponsored by the Lockheed Martin Corporation

Friday 11:00 - 12:30

Session F2A - NSF Project Showcase 1: An Overview, Sponsored by National Science Foundation
Session F2B - Computer Science and Engineering Undergraduate Research
Session F2C - The Role of Software Engineering in Undergraduate Education
Session F2D - Electrical and Computer Engineering Design 2
Session F2E - Reflections on Distance Learning
Session F2F - Topics in Design 3: Competitions and Experiments
Session F2G - Understanding Our Students: Styles, Types and Attitudes
Session F2H - Technology As The New Liberal Education
Session F2I - Poster Session 2
Session F2J - Teaching the Teachers Workshop 4 - The Total Teacher

Friday 2:00 - 3:45

Session F3A - International Experiences
Session F3B - World Wide Web Applications 1
Session F3C - Software Engineering Education
Session F3D - Electrical and Computer Engineering Curriculum Innovations 3
Session F3E - Software Applications 2
Session F3F - Assessment of Computer Based Learning
Session F3G - K-12 Outreach 3: High School Courses and Camps
Session F3H - Topics in Design 4: Process and Perspective
Session F3I - NSF Project Showcase 2: Poster Presentations, Sponsored by the National Science Foundation

Friday 4:15 - 6:00

Session F4A - Interaction Of Outcomes Assessment And Accreditation
Session F4B - Professional Registration Issues for Engineering Technology
Session F4C - Teaming, Design, and Capstone Courses in Computer Science and Engineering
Session F4D - Teaching Computing at Distance
Session F4E - Electrical and Computer Engineering Curriculum Innovations 4
Session F4F - World Wide Web Applications 2
Session F4G - Professional Skills Development
Session F4H - First-Year Engineering Courses 1: Impact and Effectiveness

Saturday 8:00 - 9:30

Session S1A - Research Experiences for Undergraduates: Exemplary Programs, Sponsored by the National Science Foundation
Session S1B - Computer Engineering 1
Session S1C - History in the CS Curriculum
Session S1D - Multimedia 1
Session S1E - ABET 2000 Outcomes Assessment
Session S1F - First-Year Engineering Courses 2: Motivating Students
Session S1G - Teacher Development
Session S1H - New Criteria for Accreditation of Computer Science Programs

Saturday 9:45 - 10:45

Plenary 3 - Does the Campus Have a Future: Looking Backwards, Stephen C. Ehrmann, American Association for Higher Education, sponsored by the Intel Corporation

Saturday 11:00 - 12:30

Session S2A - Deans Session - Limited Resources and the Delivery of Engineering Education: Alternatives and Suggestions
Session S2B - Computer Engineering 2
Session S2C - Four Innovations in Computer Science Curricula
Session S2D - Multimedia 2
Session S2E - New Paradigms in Engineering Education 1: Partnerships
Session S2F - Assessment and Continous Improvement of Education
Session S2G - Manufacturing/Industry Collaborations 2
Session S2H - Heroes
Session S2I - Research Experiences for Undergraduates: Student Research - Poster Session, Sponsored by the National Science Foundation

Saturday 2:00 - 3:45

Session S3A - The NSF Scholars Workshop, Sponsored by the National Science Foundation
Session S3B - Mechanics and Structures 2
Session S3C - Computer Science and Engineering Curriculum 2
Session S3D - Excellence in Computer Science Education
Session S3E - Multimedia 3
Session S3F - New Paradigms in Engineering Education 2: Philosopies and Formats
Session S3G - Exploring the Education Frontiers
Session S3H - Development and Evaluation of Integrated Curricula

Saturday 4:15 - 6:00

Session S4A - Sloan New Faculty Fellows: Views of the Frontier, Sponsored by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
Session S4C - Computer Science and Engineering at Minority Institutions of Excellence
Session S4D - World Wide Web Applications 3
Session S4E - Models and Methods to Increase Student Participation
Session S4F - Writing as a Teaching Tool
Session S4G - Education in Product Design
Session S4H - Innovations in Manufacturing Education

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