Thank You from ASEE

From Stacie Harrison

Dear ASEE Student Members,

First of all, a big thank you to those of you who participated in our survey last year! We asked you to tell us a little about yourself and to give some advice to high-school students considering engineering school. Your responses were so thoughtful and interesting that we made them a feature of the new Engineering, Go For It magazine (pages 58-59 in the online version of the magazine (, and a part of our new web site. Here’s the new web site:, and here’s the section with your advice:

If you didn’t get a chance to offer advice, it’s not too late. We’d like even more interesting suggestions for middle-school and high-school students. Share your path at:

We have also started a student blog,, and encourage you to submit a photo and your story of why you chose engineering, and your goals for the future. The idea is to give middle school and high school students an idea of the kinds of work they could do as an engineer, and to show them that people of all different backgrounds become engineers. You can do this via email to me at

Please take a look at the web site, and then spread the word! Become a fan of our Facebook page,, and follow us on Twitter! If you have other ideas on how to get the word out, let us know.

All the best,

Stacie Harrison
American Society for Engineering Education

July 2009 Journal of Engineering Education

The new JEE is out.

Journal of Engineering Education
July 2009, Vol. 98, no 3
Table of Contents

  • An Engineering Major Does Not (Necessarily) an Engineer Make: Career Decision Making Among Undergraduate Engineering Majors
  • Applying Kolb’s Experiential Learning Cycle for Laboratory Education
  • Engaging and Supporting Problem Solving in Engineering Ethics
  • Exploring STEM Career Options through Collaborative High School Seminars
  • Guest Editorial: Creating a Culture for Scholarly and Systematic Innovation in Engineering Education
  • Innovations in Composition Programs that Educate Engineers: Drivers, Opportunities, and Challenges
  • Measuring Leadership in Self-Managed Teams Using the Competing Values Framework
  • Widening the Net: National Estimates of Gender Disparities in Engineering