ELEVENTH ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM 

 ENGINEERING AND LIBERAL EDUCATION 

 Friday, June 1, 2018

From

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)

David DiBiasio, Kris Boudreau, Leslie Dodson, Curtis Abel

From Damascus, AK to Pyongyang, NK: Nuclear Weapons Accidents, Chemical Process Safety, and Global Politics as a Catalyst for Integrative Learning

Workshop 2 (Olin 106)

Christy J Adame, Nikki T Donegan, Helen E Geller, Diane E Golding, Peter Golding, Celena Arreola, Crystal Fernandez,  Krishnan S Iyer, Kelsi M Oyler, Michael T Pitcher, Joan M S Golding, Paul E Hotchkin

Engineering and the Liberal Arts in a Time Fomenting Social Justice

2:30

3:00

Break (Wold Corridor)

3:00

4:30

Oral Presentations (Social Justice) [Olin 115]

Jessica Smith

Beyond Engineering Ethics: How to Integrate Social Justice and Social Responsibility in the Engineering Curriculum

Sara Atwood

A design-thinking model for developing socially responsible engineers

R. David Kent

Engineering Social Responsibility

Helen E Geller, Diane E Golding, Christy J Adame, Nikki T Donegan, Peter Golding, Randy H Anaya, Celena Arreola, Pedro A Espinoza, Crystal Fernandez, Hugo Gomez, Hecto E Lugo, Kelsi M Oyler, Michael T Pitcher, Joan M S Golding, Paul E Hotchkin

Social Responsibility in the K-12 Liberal Arts and Engineering Education

David Gillette, Michael Haungs, Thomas Fowler

Renewing Liminal Space: 2 Towns & the Troubling Tales of an Urban Tunnel

4:30

5:00

Break (Wold Corridor)

5:00

6:00

Reception (Nott Memorial)

6:00

7:15

Keynote Presentation (Nott Memorial)

Dr. Lynn Pasquerella, President of the Association of American Colleges and Universities                      

Title: Escaping Westworld

7:30

9:00

Dinner (Hale House)

Saturday, June 2, 2018 

From

To

Activity

8:00

9:00

Breakfast (Hale House)

9:00

10:30

Oral Presentations (Art & Technology) [Karp 105]

Nicole Theodosiou

The power of observation; integrating art + science in the classroom

Barbara Neumann

Leading High-Performance Teams in Technology: Using Design Thinking for Collaboration

Ari Epstein, Erin Kraal, Laura Guertin, George Sirrakos

Student-Produced Audio Narratives as a Pedagogical Tool

Eric Schatzberg

Art’s Lost Child: The Conceptual History of Technology and Art

Kevin Bruckner

Art with IBM Watson

10:30

11:00

Break (Karp first floor Social Lounge)

11:00

12:30

Oral Presentations (Ethics) [Karp 105]

Jonathan Dickstein

Narrative Theory and the Ethics of Recursive Forms

Joseph Lombardi

Triadic Control Theory for a Holistic Engineering Education

Wade Robison

Ethics and the Grand Challenges

Michael Lachney

Before Social Justice: What does Answerability Mean for Liberal Engineering Education?

Ashraf Ghaly

Unified International Code of Ethics? Good Luck!

12:30

1:30

Lunch (Hale House)

1:30

3:00

Oral Presentations (Engineering & Liberal Education) [Karp 105]

Alison Wood

Engineering Student Motivations to Engage with Liberal Arts

Theresa Hans

Importance of Community

Atsushi Akera, Jennifer Karlin, Alan Cheville, Donna Riley, Thomas De Pree

Who Controls Engineering Education?: Early Results from an NSF Sponsored Study on Engineering Education Reform

David Gillette, Michael Haungs

Contracting for Grades in an Agile system: Managing Cross-disciplinary Project-Based Learning for Better Group Cohesion and Effective Individual Assessment

Timothy Stoneman

The Blast Furnace in the Classroom: The Place of Site Learning in International Engineering Education

3:00

3:30

Break (Karp first floor Social Lounge)

3:30

4:30

Wrap-up and Discussion (Karp 105)

David Hans

Symposium Retrospective

4:30

5:30

Open Air Discussion, Mrs. Perkins’ Garden

6:30

8:30

Post Symposium Dinner

 

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