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Engineering Education Events

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CHEER UP - Cambridge Handbook of Engineering Education Research - Updated Perspectives

 

Usually summer is a time when we meet and engage with fellow members of the engineering education community face-to-face, but things are different this year. Still, we can do with some intellectually stimulating conversations and with that in mind starting on July 2, 2002, I will be hosting twice weekly talks with authors of the Cambridge Handbook of Engineering Education Research (CHEER). The format is simple. I'll initiate the conversation and lead it for about 30 minutes. Participants will have the opportunity to post comments and questions via chat and participate in the conversation. To facilitate engagement, registrants will be able to get a link to CHEER chapters.

 

Register here: https://gmu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_oezut3eTTwmK8qvOQw4-cg

Contact information:  Aditya Johri – johri@gmu.edu

 

 

SolidProfessor Virtual Education Summit

 

When: Aug. 4, 2020, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. PST 

Where: Online (once registered, attendees will receive login credentials)

What: This one-day summit is focused on helping educators prepare students for careers in engineering, architecture, and manufacturing. 

Attendees: The summit will bring together industry professionals, instructors, program and CTE directors, and school administrators from K-12 and postsecondary schools. 

 

Keynotes:

  • The Future of Technology in Education and the Impacts It Will Have on Educators and Their Students - Anthony Salcito, VP of Worldwide Education at Microsoft
  • How to Keep Your Engineering Students Engaged in the Classroom - Marie Planchard, Sr. Director of Early Engagement & Education at SOLIDWORKS

 

Breakout Sessions:

  • Integrating OERs and Project-based Learning to Promote Students’ Career Interests and Get Them Career-ready - Dr. Wei Wu, Associate Professor at California State University, Frenso
  • Everything You Should Know About Stackable Credentials - Jonathon Begue, Director of Construction Management Technology at Cape Fear Community College
  • The Tools Educators Need to Confidently Send Their Students Out into the World to Make Cool Things - Jason Roth, Manager of Engineering Education at Autodesk
  • Develop Career-ready Graduates Through Project-based Learning Experiences - Dr. Rustin Webster from Purdue University and Dr. Rudy Ottway from Murray State University
  • And many more!

 

To learn more and to register, visit https://www.accelevents.com/e/solidprofessorsummit.

 

 

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