PRISM - American Society for Engineering Education - 2005 ASEE Annual Conference - June 12-15 - Portland, Oregon February 2005 - 2005 Annual Conference Issue
Special Double Issue: FEBRUARY 2005
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Technical Program

MORE THAN 200 TECHNICAL SESSIONS DEVELOPED BY 47 DIVISIONS/UNITS OF ASEE, INCLUDING 20 CONCURRENT TECHNICAL SESSIONS, ARE SCHEDULED IN EACH TIME PERIOD OVER THREE DAYS.

Overview

  • TECHNICAL PROGRAM INCLUDES:

    • Award-winning presentations
    • Comprehensive workshops
    • Panel discussions
    • Interactive posters and oral presentations
    • Professional tours

  • SESSIONS WILL FOCUS ON:

    • ABET 2001
    • Assessment
    • Communications
    • Curriculum
    • Distance education
    • Diversity
    • Educational methods
    • Industrial partnerships
    • K-12
    • Professional development
    • Retention
    • Web technology

Deans, faculty members, industry and government representatives, and leaders in education will give presentations. ASEE division, peer-reviewed papers will be published on a searchable disk.

Proceedings Workstations
Proceedings workstations will be available in the ASEE registration area in the Oregon Convention Center.

Internet Kiosks
Internet kiosks will be available in the ASEE exhibit hall.

Conference Proceedings
A disk of the conference proceedings is included in your program book. This lightweight version of the proceedings includes a reverse index, making it easy to sort information. Workstations to view the disk will also be available in the registration area.

Proceedings Online
The proceedings will be available online after the conference.

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Best Paper Program
Winners of the 2004 Best Paper Awards will be honored at the 2005 Annual Awards Banquet on Wednesday evening. Award winners for 2005 will be notified that they have won after the conference is over.

AWARD CATEGORIES

  1. Best Professional Interest Council Paper (PIC): $1,000 each to the best paper from PIC I, PIC II, PIC III, PIC IV, and PIC V.

  2. Best Zone Paper: $1,000 to the paper named Best Zone Paper.

  3. Best Conference Paper: $3,000 (The Best Conference Paper will be selected from the best PIC papers and the Best Zone paper. The winner will receive the $1,000 award for Best PIC or Zone paper plus an additional $2,000 for Best Conference Paper.)

 

 

CONFERENCE FEATURES
Discover Portland
Conference at a Glance
Conference Highlights
Technical Program
Workshops
Professional & Family Tours
Exposition
Expo Floor Plan (PDF)
Ticketed Sessions (PDF)
Registration Information
Map (PDF)
General/Housing Information
Board of Directors/Host Committee Meetings & Convention Staff
Technical Sessions, Workshops, and Ticketed Events Identification Number Guide
Division/Council Listings
Future Annual Conference Dates and Sites
Hotel and Conference Registration Forms
CLASSIFIEDS
BACK ISSUES
SPECIAL DOUBLE ISSUE: February 2005
SPECIAL DOUBLE ISSUE: February 2005

 

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