Posters are a great way for students to present preliminary work and works in progress to their peers and other experts. The Student Division will be partnering with other divisions to create in order to incite greater feedback to students. We encourage all graduate students* conducting or exploring engineering education research to submit to it in order to take advantage of the expert advice that will be provided by faculty and researchers from around the country. Perhaps you will be presenting elsewhere in the conference on work led by your advisor or planning to attend the conference solely as an attendee; however, this session is a great opportunity for you to put your own research initiatives forward and get feedback and advice from experienced engineering education faculty, researchers, and other graduate students on your work. In addition to providing you with the opportunity to speak with the experts in your research area, this session is a venue to present to and engage with the general ASEE attendee audience. Topics of interest are open to all areas of research in engineering education. Possible research directions include (but are not limited to):
- Diversity and Equity
- Educational Technology
- Learning Outcomes
- Professional Practice
- Recruitment and Retention
- Identity and Culture
For further ideas in each topic area, see: http://taxonomy.engin.umich.edu/activities/2013-fie-draft-taxonomy-v5/ ..
Posters submitted to the Student Division Engineering Education Graduate Research Consortium DO NOT require a full paper for acceptance. Similar to a conference paper submission, students will be asked to submit an abstract of 250-500 words, which will reviewed in a double-blind peer review. If an abstract is accepted, the authors must submit a PDF of their poster for subsequent peer review. Both the abstract and final poster must be accepted to present at the conference. For more information about formatting and abstract submissions, see: (http://www.asee.org/conferences-and-events/conferences/annual-conference/2016).