Congrats to Kass Fernandez on being accepted into the IMAGE program representing ECoPaC Engineering Education Research Group. Their dedication to equity in STEM education is inspiring. Follow their journey as they examine institutional culture and transformational change in engineering education.
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2022 NSF EEC Grantees Conference
Thanks for visiting our posters during the NSF EEC Grantees Conference! Both Caroline and Dr. Rivera can't believe we are here! This is a once-in-a-lifetime experience, so thanks NSF! It is an honor to have you see how we grow professionally. We presented two posters thanks to the support of UF ChemE REU Site NSF… Continue reading 2022 NSF EEC Grantees Conference
ChESS 2022 Poster: Pedagogical Change and Social Responsibility in Teams
Thanks for visiting my poster today! Feel free to send me an email if you have questions or want to collaborate. My email: firstname.lastname@example.org. ChESS 2022 Poster Sindia M. Rivera-Jiménez, Ph.D. What to do something like this? Join the new faculty cohort of 2022-2023 Community of Practice in Action (CoPA) Community of Practice in Action… Continue reading ChESS 2022 Poster: Pedagogical Change and Social Responsibility in Teams
ECoPAC Teamwork Paper Won Two Awards at ASEE 2022
Congratulations to ECoPaC director Dr. Rivera-Jiménez for receiving two recognition for the paper "A Comparative Study of Collaborative and Inclusive Skills Development in Capstone Design Teams at Three Different Engineering Institutions. " These awards were given as part of the American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE) Annual Conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota. First slide for the oral presentation "A… Continue reading ECoPAC Teamwork Paper Won Two Awards at ASEE 2022
Info session: Engineering Education Research
Learn more about what is engineering education research, explore career outlook opportunities, build community and meet faculty that are actively recruiting Ph.D. students!
Welcome REU student Caroline Lube to ECoPaC Research Group!
We are so excited to have Caroline Lubbe as part of the new ECoPaR Engineering Education Research Group. Carolina is a chemical engineering senior studying at the University of Notre Deme, Indiana. Caroline comes to our research group with previous experience in engineering education. She is the co-author of a paper presented at the ASEE… Continue reading Welcome REU student Caroline Lube to ECoPaC Research Group!