Join the American Society for Engineering Education in America’s
Most Livable City—Pittsburgh, PA —for the 115th Annual
ASEE Conference and Exposition!
2008 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition
June 22 - 25—Pittsburgh, PA
Join us in The ’Burgh as ASEE visits Pittsburgh in 2008.
From Mt. Washington to Shadyside to the Strip District, Pittsburgh’s
neighborhood shops, theaters, museums, parks and restaurants will
provide an exciting cultural experience for ASEE attendees. With
its rich and innovative engineering history, Pittsburgh is an ideal
locale for ASEE
Did you know...
- The Smiley :-) was the first Internet emoticon, created in 1980
Mellon University computer scientist Scott Fahlman.
- Pittsburgh’s Mellon Arena was the world’s first
auditorium with a retractable roof.
- Pittsburgh has 446 bridges, more than any other city in the
world, including Venice, Italy.
- The Cathedral of Learning at the University of Pittsburgh is
the tallest educational building in the nation.
- Pittsburgh was home to George Washington Gale Ferris, inventor
of the Ferris Wheel, the marvel of the 1893 Chicago World’s
Annual Conference & Exposition, the only conference dedicated
to all disciplines of engineering and technology education, provides
a three-day forum for over 3,500 leaders in the field, including
professors, deans, instructors and students, to present their research
and interact with colleagues and industry counterparts. This must-attend
event is committed to fostering the exchange of ideas, enhancing
teaching methods and curricula, and providing networking opportunities
for faculty members, deans and industry representatives interested
in furthering engineering education.
So make plans to attend the 2008
ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition. We’ll save a
Primanti Brothers sandwich
For most current program please visit: www.asee.org/annual2008