The Student Division is pleased to announce the return of the Mentoring through Proposed Research Poster Session at this year’s annual conference. Co-sponsored by the ERM Division, the purpose of this session is to provide students an opportunity to connect with faculty and gain feedback on developing research projects in engineering education. Continue reading
Lifting Off: One Student’s Journey from Dropout to Mission Control
Interview with Ryan Brown, graduating computer engineering senior at the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology
On December 20, Ryan Brown will walk the stage and flip his tassel with more than 100 other graduates: a senior like any other stepping into the wide world beyond. Brown was never an ordinary college student, though. Beginning his academic career with a GED and eight years in the army, he is the epitome of nontraditional.
Chartered in 2011, the Georgia Tech Student Chapter of ASEE (GT-ASEE) is working to find its proper place on campus, but that has not kept it from making a lasting impression on the students and faculty involved in, and interacting with, GT-ASEE.
Barkitecture: CAD for Canines
On October 19, dog lovers from all over Austin converged on Triangle Park to partake in the city’s foremost canine design contest.
As you probably have noticed, ASEE released a new logo this summer. The SD current logo uses the old ASEE logo (for the SD logo, check out the blog here), so a new logo design is needed! We are free to be as creative as we want — ASEE doesn’t have any particular requirements, so we can use the tri-fold shape, the acronym, both, or neither. The current logos are in JPEG format, so that is preferred, but other formats will be accepted. Please send any logo ideas/designs to Sarah Robb at email@example.com. Thanks!