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Engineering for Sustainability

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UPDATE: Author Deadlines


ASEE SE Section Annual Conference


March 13-15, 2016


Hosted by University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa, AL

Early Registration: fees not currently set
Late Registration:

Student Registration:

Authors are invited to submit full-length manuscripts for presentation at the conference and inclusion in its proceedings.  Papers addressing the conference theme will have first priority and may include topics related to the following:

  • Innovative Curricula or Courses
  • First Year Engineering Programs
  • Organizational Structures to Promote Interdisciplinary Engineering
  • Distance Learning in Engineering
  • Ethics and Professional Practice
  • Technologies for Efficient Learning
  • Engineering K-12 Outreach Programs
  • Engineering Learning Communities
  • Experiential Learning
  • ABET Accreditation Projects
  • Engineering Recruitment
  • Engineering Retention
  • Partnerships
  • Engineering Common Cores
  • Teaching/Learning Practices
  • Capstone Design Courses or Projects
  • Engineering Professional Development

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