Engineering Education Student Resource (http://engineeringeducationlist.pbworks.com/)
— This wiki is the first attempt of the American Society for Engineering Education’s Student Division in collaboration with the Center For Engineering Learning & Teaching (CELT) to create a resource for engineering education students and prospective students. The resource aims to offer lists of programs, centers, researchers, societies, publication venues, etc. that will help in the exploration of the engineering education field. We hope that ultimately this wiki will encourage students and educators to expand this resource as a place to inform future students of the engineering education research happening at institutions across the country and beyond.
Graduate School Resources
- TALES OF A 24TH GRADE NOTHING: A SURVIVOR’S GUIDE TO GRADUATE SCHOOL by Adam Melvin, North Carolina State University (2010) (Slides – PDF)
- Online Graduate Programs
Resources for Teaching Opportunities on Campus and Abroad
- FOSTERING DISSEMINATION SKILLS IN STEM DOCTORAL STUDENTS: TIPS FOR THE PH.D. STUDENT AND THE GENERAL IMPACT ON STEM UNDERGRADUATES by Melanie Watson, Krystal Corbett, Kyle Prather, Jenna Carpenter, and Stanley Cronk, Louisiana Tech University (2010) (Slides – PDF)
- IMPLEMENTING AN ENGINEERING TEACHING DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM FOR GRADUATE STUDENT INSTRUCTORS by Sara Soderstrom, Christian Lorenz, and Michael Keinath, University of Michigan, and Trevor Harding, Kettering University (2000) (Slides – PDF)
Fellowships & Resources
- ASEE Graduate Fellowships Website (http://www.asee.org/fellowships)
- Fellowship Forums and Blogs
- Fulbright Program (http://www.iie.org/fulbright/)
- Volunteer or Intern Abroad on Education-related Projects (http://www.gviusa.com/)
- WorldSpeed (http://www.worldspeed.org/). SPEED is a global, non-profit student organisation that functions as an interdisciplinary network of engineering students, who aspire to provide opinion and create an impact on future development of engineering education and its effect on society and environment.
- Global-Links (http://www.global-links.org/)
If you would like to suggest additional resources for this page, please send your suggestions to the information chair (Scott Melin)