Morning Workshops

  • The Methodology for Interpreting Engineering Research into K-12 Hands-on Challenges
    Presenters: Susan D’Amico and Whitney McCoy, NC State University
  • Teaching Engineers to Communicate Science from their Discipline to Skeptical Audiences – Nuclear Engineering as a Case in Point
    Lead Presenter: Robert Hayes, NC State University
  • Integrating Critical and Creative Thinking into Problem/Project Based Learning throughout an Engineering Curriculum
    Presenters: Russell Gorga and Jeff Joines, NC State University
  • Safe Zone Ally Training Level 1 Training
    Lead Presenters: Christian Matheis, Guilford College and Matthew Bahnson, NC State University

*Please note each workshop is three hours*

Afternoon Workshops

  • Addressing Tech’s Diversity Issues Through a University Entrepreneurship Ecosystem
    Lead Presenter: Kendra Cabler, Virginia Commonwealth University
  • A Tale of Two Cities: Developing Engineering Identity among African-American Adolescent Students
    Lead Presenter: Whitney McCoy, NC State University
  • Unexpected Researchers: Transforming Students’ Ways of Knowing through Engineering Course Activities
    Lead Presenter: Courtney Faber, University of Tennessee (Knoxville), and Cazembe Kennedy, Clemson University
  • The SIMPLE Model: Thinking about Teaching One Step at a Time
    Presenters: Jill Nelson, George Mason University and Margret Hjalmarson, George Mason University

*Please note each workshop is three hours*