Salt Lake City, Utah
June 23, 2018
June 23, 2018
July 27, 2018
Women in Engineering
In celebration of 125 years of the American Society of Engineering Education, past Chairs of the Women in Engineering Division, Beth Holloway, Donna Llewellyn, Sarah Rajala and Noel Schulz will convene in a focused panel that looks back through the division’s history. Guiding questions will include: • Lessons learned for women faculty over the years including recruitment, retention and advancement. • Lessons learned for women students over the years including recruitment and retention. • Leveraging ASEE and WIED for advancing one’s career and how did WIED personally affect their career progression. • Their perspective on how the climate for women in engineering has changed over the years. • Changes in the focus of the Division and ASEE over the years. • What were the main issues that the division faced during their Chairship of WIED? • What are some of the research questions we should be asking to better understand what really works in the recruitment and retention of women students, women faculty and development of women leaders in academia?
Sukumaran, B., & Callahan, J., & Llewellyn, D. C., & Holloway, B. M., & Schulz, N. N., & Rajala, S. A., & Reese, D. (2018, June), Panel discussion on the History of the Women in Engineering Division: Reflections from Past Chairs of the Division Paper presented at 2018 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition , Salt Lake City, Utah. https://peer.asee.org/30855
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