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Call For Papers

Engineering a Diverse Workforce for the 2020s: Vision through Implementation

General Information

The Mid-Atlantic Section of the ASEE invites submissions of papers and posters for the fall 2014 conference. Topics related to Engineering and Engineering Technology may include, but are not limited, to the following.

  • Diversity: Recruitment, Retention, and Success
  • Educational Research on Teaching and Learning
  • Innovative Pedagogical Techniques, Software, and Materials
  • Curriculum Development at PreK-12, Pre-College, Undergraduate, and Graduate Levels
  • Pedagogical Laboratory Exercises, Experiments, and Research Projects
  • Disciplinary, Inter-Disciplinary, and Multi-Disciplinary Work
  • Partnerships and Collaborations: Industries, Government, Universities/Colleges/High Schools
  • Workplace Experiences: Internships and Coops through Permanent Positions
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Engineering Management, Economics, and Ethics
  • Assessment and Accreditation

Full length papers are typically at most 6 pages long; please contact one of the conference organizers for submission of papers that exceed 8 pages in length.

Student poster submissions are strongly encouraged.

Information for Authors

Abstracts should be between one paragraph and one page in length.

Links to guidelines for full-length papers [pdf] and posters.

Questions? Please contact Lynne Molter, or (610) 328-8078.

Please submit all abstracts, full-length papers [pdf], and student posters to with the subject line of ASEE Submission.

Submission and Acceptance Deadlines

Full Length Papers

Abstract: September 26, 2014
Full Paper: October 3, 2014
Author Notification: October 20, 2014
Final Manuscript: November 3, 2014

Student Posters

Abstract: October 10, 2014
Author Notification: October 20, 2014
Final Poster Submission: October 27, 2014