Alice presented some preliminary results on our Assessing Sustainability Knowledge project at the recent Frontiers in Education conference. Ranjani is the lead author on this paper. See the slides here.
We had a great crowd for our special session at the Frontiers in Education conference, where we talked together in unconferenced fashion about what a reader in gender and engineering should look like. Slides are available here. Thanks to all who came and participated!
Alice will be heading to the 40th annual ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education conference being held in Washington DC October 27-30th. She’ll be presenting on behalf of the IEECI-ASK team some preliminary findings on the existing literature on sustainability in engineering. If you’ll be at FIE, be sure to attend her talk Friday morning, session F1J, 8:00-9:30 in Salon J. We’re the second paper, so don’t oversleep!
If you’d like to read the conference proceedings paper, it’s here:
2010. Rao, Ranjani, Alice L. Pawley, Stephen R. Hoffmann, Matthew W. Ohland, Monica E. Cardella. “Work In Progress: Development of a framework to Assess Sustainability Knowledge (ASK) in engineering undergraduate students.” Conference proceedings of the 40th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference, Washington DC, October 27-30. PDF.