TENTH ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM

ENGINEERING AND LIBERAL EDUCATION

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Friday, June 2, 2017

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To

Activity

11:00

12:00

Check in (Wold Atrium)

12:00

1:00

Lunch (Wold Atrium)

1:00

2:30

Workshop 1 (Wold 010)

James Winebrake; Jason Barrett; Sarah Brownell; Hsiao-Ping Moore; Karen Oates; David Spanagel, Alison Wood; Yevgeniya Zastavker

Integrating Engineering and Liberal Arts through the NAE Grand Challenge Scholars Program: Successes, Challenges, and Lessons Learned

Workshop 2 (Olin 106)

Peter Golding, Celena Arreola, Jared Gardea, Gilberto Moreno Jr, Crystal Fernandez Pēna, Scott Starks, and Tetyana Zhyvotovska

Leadership in Civic Engagement and Addressing Grand Challenges through the Art of Leadership Engineering

2:30

3:00

Break (Wold Corridor)

3:00

4:30

Workshop 3 (Wold 010)

David DiBiasio, L. Dodson, K. Boudreau, C. Abel, J. Sullivan, J. Bergendahl, G. Gaudette

Uniting the Local and Global via a First-Year Humanitarian Engineering Sequence

Workshop 4 (Olin 106)

Daniel Sabatino, Jennifer Kelly

How Entrepreneurs See the World: teaching our liberal arts and engineering students to share the same journey

4:30

5:00

Break (Wold Corridor)

5:00

6:00

Reception (Nott Memorial)

6:00

6:05

Welcome Remarks, Stephen C. Ainlay, President, Union College

Introduction, Ashraf Ghaly, Director of Engineering, Union College

6:05

7:15

Keynote Presentation (Nott Memorial)

Henry Petroski

Bridges Between Engineering and the Liberal Arts

7:30

9:00

Dinner (Hale House)

Saturday, June 3, 2017

From

To

Activity

8:00

9:00

Breakfast (Hale House)

9:00

10:30

Oral Presentations (Civic Engagement) [Karp 105]

David Gillette, James Werner, Emily Dunlap

SOS: Sense of Safety—An Interdisciplinary, hands-on project to initiate a national discussion about school shootings in the USA

Barbara Neumann

Full STEAM Ahead: Experiences and Reflections Working with Students and Educators

Kevin Bruckner, Nicole Rae

How P-TECH is Advancing Youth Civic Engagement

Mason Stahl

Water Workshops: Engaging Students and Local Stakeholders to Address Challenges in Water Resources

Morgan Johnson

Pedestrian Dis/Order

Sandy Chang

Leveraging Engineering Curriculum Requirements for Student and Civic Engagement: A Project-Based Course on Technology and Society

10:30

11:00

Break (Karp first floor Social Lounge)

11:00

12:15

Oral Presentations (Sharpening Focus on Grand Challenges) [Karp 105]

Ashraf Ghaly

Using Global Grand Challenges to Showcase the Integration of Engineering and Liberal Education

Lorraine Morales Cox

Building S.T.E.A.M with Critical Making, Design Thinking and an Entrepreneurial Mindset

Colin Garvey

On the Democratization of Artificial Intelligence

Jacky Doll

IBM Code Off Event: a Cognitive Hackathon and Global Exchange of Ideas

Elif Miskioglu, Philip Asare

Creating Learning Environments for the Engineer of 2020

12:15

1:30

Lunch (Hale House)

12:15

1:30

Poster Display (Hale House)

Doug Klein, Mead Binhammer, Christy Brown, Michael Doherty, Anna Doran, Nia Francis, Rachel Fried, Matt Hacker, Sara Halsey, Maddie Lewis, David Olio, Katie Quinlan, Brandon Rosales, Michael Sciascia, Natalie Sullivan, Calvin Wiles, Kaylee Williams, Andy Zou

Get the Lead Out: Safe Drinking Water and Environmental Justice

Diane Michelfelder, Taylor Allen

Introducing First-year Liberal Arts Undergraduates to Engineering and Design Thinking

1:30

3:00

Oral Presentations (The Humanities Mindset and Engineering Education) [Karp 105]

Jonathan Dickstein

Toward a Techno-Creative Habit of Mind

Miles Samson

Being an Architect in the Dear (Not-so-)Dead Days, or Teaching Architectural Engineers to Live with Architecture and its History

David Tomblin, Nicole Mogul and Matthew Aruch

Invisibility, Empathy, and Bridging Divides: Using Liberal Arts to Reveal Hidden Relationships in Socio-technical Systems

Xiaofeng Tang

A Tale of Two Codes: What Can the History of Codes of Ethics Tell About the Professional and Social Contexts of Engineering

Travis Feldman

Towards an Epistemology of Making: 21st Century “Hands-On” Projects in Engineering and Humanities Classrooms

Maurice Aburdene, Laurie Frasher Aburdene

An Historical Perspective on Re-Engineering Engineering Education and the Importance of the Liberal Arts

3:00

3:30

Break (Karp first floor Social Lounge)

3:30

4:30

Wrap-up and Discussion (Karp 105)

David Hans

Retrospective and Wrap-up: What’s next?    

4:30

5:15

Open Air Discussion (Mrs. Perkins’ Garden)

6:30

8:30

Post Symposium Dinner

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