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Sunday, 8 March 2020
11:30am-1:00pm
12:00pm-3:00pm
(Rooms 2117, 2133, and 2143)
1:00pm-4:00pm
3:00pm-5:00pm
(Room 2116)
6:00pm-8:00pm
(Grand Hall II & III (Rooms 2151 & 2157))
Monday, 9 March 2020
7:00am-8:20am
(Grand Hall II & III (Rooms 2151 & 2157))
7:30am-3:00pm
8:30am-9:30am
(Grand Hall II & III (Rooms 2151 & 2157))
9:30am-10:30am
(Grand Foyer 2nd floor)
9:30am-9:45am
(Grand Hall II & III (Rooms 2151 & 2157))
10:00am-11:15am
Technical Session 1
MEInstr.K-12Civil
Room 2117Room 2133Room 2116Room 2143
Session Chair: Chuck Margraves, University of Tennessee at ChattanoogaA Media-Enhanced Thermodynamics PrimerGeorg Pingen, Union UniversityTeaching Thermodynamics Via Site-Synchronous TechnologyPriya Goeser, Georgia Southern University - Armstrong CampusAnalysis of Student Perception In ThermodynamicsNancy Moore, North Carolina State UniversityPredicting Student Performance In ThermodynamicsNancy Moore, North Carolina State UniversityCompletion of A Small Scale Geothermal Heat Sink ExperimentJesse Barnard; Trevor Elliott; Chuck Margraves, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Session Chair: Aaron Smith, Mississippi State UniversityUndergraduate Student Preferences Regarding Textbook MediumAnna Howard, North Carolina State University; David Calamas, Georgia Southern UniversityPedagogical Techniques Employed In A Freshman Seminar CourseSimon Ghanat, The CitadelUsing Science and Engineering History To Increase Engagement and Conceptual LearningAaron Smith, Mississippi State UniversityEffect of Letting Students Choose The Weight of Each Assessment Category On Semester GradeAutar Kaw, University of South FloridaDeveloping An Inquiry-Guided Laboratory Manual With Abet-Centered Student Learning Objectives For Chemical Engineering Transfer Science CoursesBobby Adams, Tennessee Technological University; Andrea Arce-Trigatti, Tennessee Technological University; Pedro Arce, Tennessee Technological University Session Chair: Ramana Pidaparti, University of GeorgiaDelivering High Impact Stem Experiences To Underrepresented K-12 Students In Informal Settings: Strategies and Best Practices From Two Case StudiesTameshia Baldwin, North Carolina State University; Evelyn Brown, North Carolina State UniversityScience and Engineering Fairs As A Pathway For Diversifying Engineering ProgramsVirginia Davis, Auburn University; Joni Lakin, Auburn University; Mary Lou Ewald , Auburn University; Emily Hardy , Roanoke College; Janie Marino, Auburn University; Haruka Wada, Auburn University; Allen Landers, Auburn University; Paul Cobine, Auburn UniversityRecruiting and Retaining Women In Engineering Through Car Maintenance Outreach ProgramAlta Knizley, Mississippi State University; Emily Spayde, Mississippi State UniversityFraming Engineering As Community Activism For Values-Driven EngineeringVirginia Davis, Auburn University; Joni Lakin, Auburn University; Daniela Marghitu, Auburn University; Edward Davis, Auburn University Session Chair: Jason Clark, Auburn UniversityIf Programming Concepts Are Eliminated From The Curriculum Then Civil Engineers Will...Charles Newhouse, Virginia Military Institute; Tanjina Afrin, Virginia Military Institute; Ramniceanu Andrei, Virginia Military Institute; Swenty Matthew, Virginia Military InstituteCurricular Predictors For Success On The Civil Fundamental of Engineering (fe) ExamThomas Timmes, Virginia Military Institute; Tanjina Afrin, Virginia Military Institute; Charles Newhouse, Virginia Military Institute; Andre Ramniceanu, Virginia Military Institute; Swenty Matthew, Virginia Military InstituteAdopting Asce Exceed Model For Engineering Education: Lessons Learned and Implementation StrategiesMostafa Batouli, The Citadel; Timothy Wood, The Citadel; Dimitra Michalaka, The Citadel; Kweku Brown, The Citadel; Ronald Welch, The CitadelStudents' Perception of Performance Before and After Exams In A Surveying CourseKweku Brown, The Citadel; Dimitra Michalaka, The Citadel; William J. Davis, The CitadelModification of The Three-Moment Equation For Improved Student LearningSajjad Ali, Western Kentucky University; Shane Palmquist, Western Kentucky University
11:30am-12:30pm
12:30pm-1:45pm
(Grand Hall II & III (Rooms 2151 & 2157))
2:00pm-3:15pm
Technical Session 2
MEInstr.K-12Civil
Room 2117Room 2133Room 2116Room 2143
Session Chair: Anna Howard, North Carolina State UniversityEnergy Themed Laboratory Experiments In Mechanical EngineeringStephanie Hulsey, Clemson University; Shubhamkar Kulkarni, Clemson University; Douglas Byrd, Clemson UniversityAssessment of Experiments In A Controls CourseChiu Choi, Univ. of North FloridaImplementation of Matlab/simulink Into A Vibration and Control Course For Mechanical Engineering StudentsYucheng Liu, Mississippi State UniversityThe Design of A New Lab For Mechanical Evaluations of Molded and 3 D Printed PolymersDorina Mihut, Mercer University; Arash Afshar, Mercer University; Dylan Kennedy, Mercer UniversityImplementation of A Student Designed Material Wear Tester In A Mechanical Engineering Lab To Better Understand Student Learning As It Pertains To Abet Eac Student Outcome 6Stephen Hill, Mercer University; Dorina Mihut, Mercer University; Brian Laue, Mercer University; Brandon Matthews, Mercer University Session Chair: Daniel Kohn, University of MemphisSlido As A Student Response System In Engineering EducationNandan Shetty, The Citadel; Simon Ghanat, The CitadelTowards A High-Precision Personalized Learning Tool For Solving Stem Word ProblemsQuintana Clark, Purdue University; Jason Clark, Auburn UniversityUtilization of Visual Workbook As Supplement To A TextbookPyo-Yoon Hong, University of GuamConstraining The Landscape: Unpacking The Inquiry Learning Aspects of The Foundry Model For The Purpose of Curriculum DesignAndrea Arce-Trigatti, Tennessee Technological University; Stephanie Jorgensen, Tennessee Technological University; J. Robby Sanders , Tennessee Technological University; Pedro E. Arce, Tennessee Technological UniversityIncorporating Grand Challenges and Developing A Grand Challenges Scholars Program At A Large Land Grant UniversityEdward Davis, Auburn University Session Chair: Dimitra Michalaka, The CitadelEnhancing K-12 Outreach Programs Through The Implementation of Discipline Specific DemonstrationsEmily McCabe, Mississippi State University; Morgan Green, Mississippi State UniversityStem-Attraction Through Model-Eliciting ActivitiesQuintana Clark, Purdue University; Jason Clark, Auburn UniversityDevelopment of Naval Challenges Motivated High School Curriculum UnitsEdward Davis, Auburn University; Joni Lakin, Auburn University; Virginia Davis, Auburn UniversityIndirect Assessment of Deflategate, A High School Chemistry Experiment Simultaneously Measuring Pressure & Temperature Inside A FootballShuaicheng Tong, Oak Hall School; Sharon L. Karackattu, Oak Hall School; Matthew J. Traum, Engineer Inc.Educating Stem Teachers On Thermoelectrics - A Promising, Emerging TechnologyLenwood Fields, The University of Memphis; Jada Meeks, The University of Memphis Session Chair: Chuck Newhouse, Virginia Military InstituteDeveloping A Probability and Statistics Course For Civil and Construction Engineering StudentsDavid Greenburg, The Citadel School of Engineering; Jeff Davis, The Citadel School of EngineeringScholastic Considerations For Selection and Design of An Honors Project In Structural EngineeringShahnam Navaee, Georgia Southern University; Gustavo Maldonado, Georgia Southern University; Kayla Allen, Georgia Institute of TechnologyReflections About Using A Hybrid Inverted Classroom In A Sophomore Environmental Engineering CourseRichard Mines, Mercer UniversityQuantitative Analysis On Students Success and Class Satisfaction By Comparing Three Different Modalities of Assessments For A Large Engineering Gateway Course.Ricardo Zaurin, University of Central FloridaBlended Instructional Delivery For A Large Engineering Course: A Step By Step Case Study Description.Ricardo Zaurin, University of Central Florida
3:30pm-3:45pm
(Grand Hall II & III (Rooms 2151 & 2157))
3:45pm-5:00pm
Technical Session 3
MEInstr.EEEngr. Design
Room 2117Room 2133Room 2116Room 2143
Session Chair: Monika Bubacz, The CitadelImpact of Laboratory Section Size On Student Perception of Learning In Materials Laboratory CourseSimon Ghanat, The Citadel; Nandan Shetty, The CitadelContinuing Laboratory Changes: Looking Forward and BackKenneth Marek, Mercer University; Robert Gill, Mercer UniversityImplementing An Effective Large-Enrollment Engineering Capstone Design-and-Build ProgramMatthew J. Traum, University of Florida; Sean R. Niemi, University of Florida; Michael W. Griffis, University of Florida; Noel A. Thomas, University of Florida; W, Gregory Sawyer, University of FloridaStudent Perception On Ethics and Intercultural Issues In Introduction To Mechanical Design CourseMonika Bubacz, The Citadel; Deirdre Ragan, The Citadel; Kevin Skenes, The CitadelIntroducing Competition To Improve Design Aptitudes In Introduction To Mechanical Design CourseMonika Bubacz, The Citadel; Kevin Skenes, The Citadel; Nathan Washuta, The Citadel; Deirdre Ragan, The Citadel Session Chair: Richard Gregory, Lipscomb UniversityA Problem Based Approach To Facilitate Linking Theory and PracticeSankar Raghavan, University of Tennessee, KnoxvilleEvaluation of Student Learning Outcomes and Motivation In An Innovative Engineering CourseMadison Levan, University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Rachel Saunders , University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Peter Tkacik , University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Jerry Dahlberg, Univeristy of North Carolina at Charlotte; Jae Hoon Lim, Univeristy of North Carolina at CharlotteUsing Community and Gaming Concepts In Projects To Improve Student LearningRamana Pidaparti, University of GeorgiaGamification In A Graduate Fluid Dynamics CourseJohn Palmore Jr, Virginia TechOrbital Mechanics Competitions As Experiential Learning Opportunities For UndergraduatesSean Domermuth, The Citadel; Patrick Bass, The Citadel; Nathan Washuta, The Citadel; Rafael Gonzalez, The Citadel Session Chair: Rami Haddad, Georgia Southern UniversityUsing Peer Led Team Learning (pltl) Approach To Improve Retention In Ece Gateway CoursesHarish Chintakunta, Florida Polytechnic University; Suleiman Alsweiss, Florida Polytechnic University; Jorge Vargas, Florida Polytechnic University; Douglas Holton, Florida Polytechnic UniversityCurrent Status and Future Directions of Data Science Education In EngineeringPeter He, Auburn University; Jin Wang, Auburn University; Shiwen Mao, Auburn University; Laura Parson, Auburn University; Peng Zeng, Auburn University; Bo Liu, Auburn University; Daniel HenryData-Enabled Engineering Projects (deeps) Modules For Data Science Education In EngineeringPeter He, Auburn University; Jin Wang, Auburn University; Shiwen Mao, Auburn University; Laura Parson, Auburn University; Bo Liu, Auburn University; Peng Zeng, Auburn University; Daniel Henry, Auburn UniversityDevelopment of A Matlab App For Improving Student Learning of The Use of ArraysThomas Murphy, Georgia Southern University; Christopher Williams, Georgia Southern UniversityBest Practices For Managing Large Capstone ClassesHarry Powell, Univ of Virginia, Elect & Computer Eng Session Chair: Cecelia Wigal, The University of Tennessee at ChattanoogaIndustry Product Data Management (pdm) Tool Integration Into Undergraduate Engineering Design CoursesSean R. Niemi, University of Florida; Michael W. Griffis, University of Florida; Ryan A. Smolchek, University of Florida; Matthew C. Banks, Elon University; Noel A. Thomas, University of Florida; Matthew J. Traum, University of FloridaLearning Cad: Who Is The Champion?Arash Afshar, Mercer University; Nasim Rezvanpour, University of GeorgiaA Sixth-Tenth Grade Engineering Summer Camp - Drawing, 3d Printing, and Building A 4 Cylinder Combustion Engine ModelGeorg Pingen, Union University; Betsy Pingen, Union UniversityImproving Pass Rates For Solidworks Cswa ExamEmily Spayde, Mississippi State University; Shane Brauer, Mississippi State University; Dustin Spayde, Mississippi State UniversityDesign, Build, Install: An Experiential Implementation of Freshman Engineering DesignLouie Elliott, The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga; Cecelia Wigal, The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
6:00pm-9:00pm
(Auburn Univ. Hotel & Conference Center)
Tuesday, 10 March 2020
7:30am-8:50am
(Grand Hall II & III (Rooms 2151 & 2157))
8:00am-10:00am
9:00am-10:15am
Technical Session 4
MEResearchSEProf. Skills
Room 2117Room 2133Room 2116Room 2143
Session Chair: Nancy Moore, North Carolina State UniversityComparison of Faculty and Phd. Candidate-Instructed Capstone Senior Design ClassesChau Tran, North Carolina State UniversityCapstone Design Project- String Wound Cartridge Filter Restoration ProjectJeffery Plumblee, The Citadel; Emily Bierman, The Citadel; Jason Howison, The CitadelCapstone Project - Designing A Testing System and Solution For An Air Pollution Reduction Solution (aprs) For Applications In Developing CommunitiesEmily Bierman, The Citadel; Jeffery Plumblee, The Citadel; Jason Howison, The CitadelCapstone Design Project - Solar Powered Production of Clean WaterJason Howison, The Citadel; Trevon Elliott-Ford, The Citadel; Matthew McAlpin, The Citadel; Jeffery Plumblee, The Citadel; Emily Bierman, The CitadelSenior Design Project: Design of A Heated Pet WasherWilliam Janna, University of Memphis; Jeffry Marchetta, University of Memphis Session Chair: Jason Clark, Auburn UniversitySpeech Pathology Clinical Shadowing and Research Experiences For Undergraduate Engineers & Computer ScientistsTodd Freeborn, The University of Alabama; Memorie Gosa, The University of Alabama; Debra McCallum, The University of Alabama; Erika Steele, The University of AlabamaUnderstanding Learning Environments At The Graduate Level: A Qualitative Analysis of Doctoral Engineering Education Programs Within The United StatesBobby Adams, Tennessee Technological University; Andrea Arce-Trigatti, Tennessee Technological University; Pedro Arce, Tennessee Technological UniversityModel-Eliciting Activities For Promoting Diversity & InclusionQuintana M. Clark, Purdue University; Jason Clark, Auburn University; Erin Garcia, Auburn University; Jeffrey Fergus, Auburn University; Pamala V. Morris, Purdue UniversityA Focus On Functional-Based Teams In The Development of Prototypes of Innovative Technology: Observations From A Qep Grant Implementation At Tennessee TechStephanie Jorgensen, Tennessee Technological University; Andrea Arce-Trigatti, Tennessee Technological University; J. Robby Sanders, Tennessee Technological University; Pedro E. Arce, Tennessee Technological UniversityPreliminary Feedback On Learning In Advance Courses To Prepare Engineering Students For Gateway CoursesTodd Freeborn, The University of Alabama; Susan Burkett, The University of Alabama; Debra McCallum, The University of Alabama; Erika Steele, The University of Alabama; Sarah Dunlap, The University of Alabama; Paul Hubner, The University of Alabama; Aibek Musaev, The University of Alabama; Patricia Sobecky, The University of Alabama Session Chair: Cheryl Seals, Auburn UniversityInterdisciplinary Research In Communications Sciences and Disorders and Software Engineering To Develop Online Phonetics Educational Training ModulesSicheng Li, Auburn University; Marisha Speights Atkins, Auburn University; Dallin Bailey, Auburn University; Jueting Liu, Auburn University; Yang Cao, Auburn University; Robertson Bassy, Auburn University; Cheryl Seals, Auburn UniversityAn Analysis of The Software Engineering Curriculum Using The Guideline ModelsMassood Towhidnejad, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University; Omar Ochoa, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University; Anton Kiselev, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical UniversityThe Future of Creative Engineering Education: Application of Virtual Reality For Water-Energy-Food NexusSeneshaw Tsegaye, Florida Gulf Coast University; Tanya Kunberger, Florida Gulf Coast University; Janusz Zalewski, Florida Gulf Coast University; Thomas Culhane, University of South Florida; Garrett Fairburn, Florida Gulf Coast University; Maximilian Honigfort, Florida Gulf Coast UniversityEngaging Middle and High School Students In Cybersecurity Through Summer CampsXiaohong Yuan, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University; Jinsheng Xu, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University; Xiuli Qu, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University; Joaquin Hernandez, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State UniversityComparing Serious Games For Cyber Security EducationWinston Hill, North Carolina A&T State University; Mesafint Fanuel, North Carolina A&T State University; Xiaohong Yuan, North Carolina A&T State University Session Chair: John Brocato, University of GeorgiaAssessing Graduate Student Understanding of Leadership Compared To ManagementDavid Greenburg, The Citadel; Dimitra Michalaka, The Citadel"But The First Amendment Will Save Me": Key Communication Laws and Policies That Your Engineering Students Get WrongAlexis Nordin, Mississippi State UniversityEfficacy of Teaching Professional Engineering Ethics To Engineering StudentsHodge Jenkins, Mercer UniversityWhich Skills Are More Important In The Engineering World? Perceptions of College Students, Recent Graduates, and EmployersDimitra Michalaka, The Citadel; Emanuele Giogli, Volvo Car USA LLCPreemptive Topic Exposure To Enhance Student Interactions With Potential EmployersDustin Spayde, Mississippi State University; Morgan Green, Mississippi Sate University; Kirk Kinard, Mississippi State University
10:30am-11:30am
Technical Session 5
IEResearchAdminProf. Skills
Room 2117Room 2133Room 2116Room 2143
Session Chair: Harry Powell, University of VirginiaStudent Involvement In The Life Cycle of A 3d Yearbook ProductScott Schultz, Mercer University; Sinjae Hyun, School of EngineeringAdditively Manufactured 2d Truss DemonstrationDaniel Crifasi, Auburn University; Chandan Roy, Mercer University, Macon; Edmon Perkins, Auburn UniversityRubrics For Formative and Summative Student Writing Assessment In Industrial EngineeringLesley Strawderman, Mississippi State University; Kiley Forsythe, Mississippi State UniversityIntroduction To Forecasting Methods For Engineering Students Using RDavid Greenburg, The Citadel School of Engineering; James Righter, The Citadel School of Engineering Session Chair: Emily Spayde, Mississippi State UniversityAre Our Undergraduate Students Ready To Occupy Positions At Renewable Energy Companies?Sadegh Poozesh, Tuskegee University; Lauren Beckingham, Auburn University; Karen McNeal, Auburn University; Henry Aribisala, Diamond WTG Engineering & Services, IncStudy of Properties of Coastal Pluff Mud At The CitadelSimon Ghanat, The Citadel; Calvin Pitts, The Citadel; Marc Dolder, The CitadelAquaculture Development To Address Nutritional and Economic Needs In The Central Plateau of HaitiAdam Abdulrahman, Clemson Engineers for Development Countries; David Vaughn, Clemson Engineers for Developing Countries Session Chair: Chuck Newhouse, Virginia Military InstituteImpact of Goal-Setting During Student Advisement Sessions On Academic Performance, Study Skills, and Happiness In MajorCarlie Cooper, University of Georgia; Fred Beyette, University of GeorgiaAssessing Urban High School Students' Interest In The Business of EngineeringIsi Ero-Tolliver , Hampton University; Jerald Dumas, Hampton University; Otsebele Nare, Hampton UniversitySignificance of Proper Math Placement For First Year Minority Engineering StudentsPhenique Parker, Bagley College of Engineering, Mississipi State University; Angela Verdell, Bagley College of Engineering; Jada Boone, Bagley College of Engineering, Mississipi State UniversityFostering Institutional Innovation Through An Engineering Education Ideas ForumTris Utschig, Kennesaw State University; Adeel Khalid, Kennesaw State UniversityEngineering Learning Strategies Course Supports Student RetentionElizabeth Stephan, Clemson University; Abigail Stephan, Clemson University; Laurel Whisler, Clemson University; Matthew Miller, Clemson University; Andrew Neptune, Clemson University Session Chair: John Brocato, University of GeorgiaInfographic Design and Audience Expectations: A Technical Communication AssignmentAmy Barton, Mississippi State UniversityThe Effects of Entrepreneurship Learning On The Engineering Identity of Hbcu StudentsJerald Dumas, Hampton UniversityChallenges Integrating Entrepreneurial Training Into Summer Research Experiences For Undergraduate Engineering StudentsTodd Freeborn, The University of Alabama; Susan Burkett, The University of Alabama; Debra McCallum, The University of Alabama; Erika Steele, The University of Alabama; Ying Qin, The University of Alabama
12:00pm-1:00pm
(Grand Hall II & III (Rooms 2151 & 2157))

 


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