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American Society for Engineering EducationFEBRUARY 2007Volume 16 | Number 6 2007 Annual Conference PRISM HOMETABLE OF CONTENTSBACK ISSUES
2007 Annual Conference
PARADISE CALLING - WHETHER IT’S BEAUTIFUL BEACHES, RICH HISTORY, INSPIRING MUSEUMS OR FLAVORFUL FOODS THAT DELIGHT YOUR SENSES, HAWAII HAS SOMETHING TO OFFER EVERYONE. BY ROBIN TATU
CONFERENCE AT A GLANCE
CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS - MAIN PLENARY
MAIN PLENARY
DISTINGUISHED LECTURES
2007 ASEE PICNIC: WELCOME TO PARADISE!
BRING-A-STUDENT PROGRAM
GREET THE STARS (FIRST TIMERS ORIENTATION)
EMERGING TRENDS IN ENGINEERING EDUCATION POSTER SESSION
2007 ANNUAL AWARDS RECEPTION AND BANQUET
DIVISION AND COUNCIL RECEPTIONS AND BANQUETS
BEST PAPER AWARD PROGRAM
TECHNICAL PROGRAM INFORMATION
WORKSHOPS
PROFESSIONAL AND FAMILY TOURS
EXPOSITION
EXHIBIT HALL HOURS AND SCHEDULE
SPONSORSHIP
TICKETED SESSIONS
REGISTRATION INFORMATION
MAP
GENERAL/HOUSING INFORMATION
BOARD OF DIRECTORS/CONFERENCE STAFF
SESSION CODE GUIDE
HOTEL AND CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FORMS
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SESSION CODE GUIDE  

HawaiiThe following is a guide to understanding technical sessions, workshops and ticketed events listed in this program. Sessions are listed according to the day they are scheduled and in numerical order based on session number. In most cases, session numbers represent the following:

For example: Session 3330 = Wednesday, 10:30 a.m. - Noon, Educational Methods & Research

First Digit = Conference Day Second Digit = Time of Day Last Digits

0

Saturday/Sunday 1 7:00-8:15 a.m.
These digits represent numbers assigned to the
sponsoring division or committee.
1 Monday 2 8:30-10:15 a.m.
2 Tuesday 3 10:30 a.m.-Noon
3 Wednesday 4 12:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
4 Thursday 5 2:15 p.m.-4:00 p.m.
  6 4:30 p.m.-6:00 p.m.
7, 8, or 9 Evening Session

HawaiiDivision / Council Listings:

Academy of Fellows (52)
Aerospace (02)
Architectural Engineering (06)
ASEE Board of Directors (05, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94)
ASEE Headquarters (00, 01, 03)
Biological & Agricultural Engineering (08)
Biomedical (09)
Campus Representatives (12)
Chemical (13)
Civil (15)
Computers in Education (20)
Construction (21)
Continuing Professional Development (22)
Corporate Members Council (07)
Design in Engineering (25)
Educational Research & Methods (30, 31, 34, 35)
Electrical and Computer Engineering (32)
Energy Conversion and Conservation (33)
Engineering Deans Council (36)
Engineering Design Graphics (38)
Engineering Economy (39)
Engineering Ethics Constituent
Committee (40)
Engineering Libraries (41)
Engineering Management (42)
Engineering Research Council (45)
Engineering Technology Council (46)
Engineering Technology Division (47, 48, 49, 50)
Entrepreneurship (54)
Environmental (51)
Experimentation & Laboratory
Oriented Studies (26)
Freshman Programs (53)
Graduate Studies (55)
Industrial (57)
Information Systems (58)
Instrumentation (59)
International (60)
K-12 Outreach Constituent
Committee (67)
Liberal Education (61)
Manufacturing (63)
Materials (64)
Mathematics (65)
Mechanical Engineering (66)
Mechanics (68)
Minorities in Engineering (70)
Multidisciplinary Engineering (71)
New Engineering Educators (75)
Nuclear & Radiological (77)
Ocean & Marine (78)
Order of Tattered Purple Badges (19)
Physics & Engineering Physics (80)
Professional Interest Council I (81)
Professional Interest Council II (82)
Professional Interest Council III (83)
Professional Interest Council IV (84)
Professional Interest Council V (85)
Systems Engineering Constituent
Committee (87)
Technological Literacy Constituent
Committee (88)
Two Year College (86)
Women in Engineering (92)

Future ASEE Annual Conference Dates and Sites

Future ASEE Annual Conference Dates and Sites
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
June 21-24, 2008
Austin, Texas
June 14-17, 2009
Louisville, Kentucky June 13-16, 2010
Vancouver, BC, Canada
June 26-29, 2011
San Antonio, Texas June 17-20, 2012

PARADISE CALLING - WHETHER IT’S BEAUTIFUL BEACHES, RICH HISTORY, INSPIRING MUSEUMS OR FLAVORFUL FOODS THAT DELIGHT YOUR SENSES, HAWAII HAS SOMETHING TO OFFER EVERYONE. For most current program please visit: www.asee.org/annual2007

For most current program please visit: www.asee.org/annual2007

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