Student-led Research on Engineering Education are presentations by students leading engineering education research projects. Student Division is excited to be a venue for these budding researchers and to provide an early and supportive conference presentation experience.
Student-led Research on Engineering Education – Quantitative Methodologies
Tuesday 8:00am – 9:30am
A primary focus of Student Division is to provide a venue for graduate and undergraduate student authors to present their work at ASEE. In this session, students employed quantitative and statistical methodologies to investigate a range of educational issues, from diverse student retention to specific pedagogical interventions.
Student-led Research on Engineering Education – Engineering Education Graduate Research Consortium
Tuesday 1:15pm – 2:45pm
A poster session where students present on their ongoing research to get feedback from faculty mentors experienced in engineering education research. Come talk to students about their ongoing research!
Exploring Research Methodologies in Engineering Education
Tuesday 3:00pm – 4:30pm
This session focuses on exploring qualitative methodologies. Papers in this session range from advising on best methodological practices, to exploratory studies led by student research teams. Participants and authors will have an opportunity to jointly learn from each other and discuss implications of their diverse approaches.
Tricks of the Trade sessions are a unique offering of Student Division, where authors are focused on offering advice to undergraduate or graduate student audiences
Tricks of the Trade – Reflections and Advice on the Educational Process
Wednesday 11:30am – 1:00pm
In this interactive session, a panel of paper authors will reflect on their experiences as graduate students, teaching assistants, and mentors in order to provide valuable insights for students earlier in the academic process.
Tricks of the Trade – Experiences Designing Courses and Communities
Wednesday 1:15pm – 2:45pm
In this session, you will hear about experiences and advice designing a range of courses, communities, and outreach efforts.
Please come support our student authors, and hear from authors who have valuable advice and experiences to share with students! Stay tuned for another conference preview in the next few days!
2016 ASEE Student Division Program Chair