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Student Involvement In Asee Past, Present, And Future

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2005 Annual Conference


Portland, Oregon

Publication Date

June 12, 2005

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June 12, 2005

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June 15, 2005



Conference Session

Graduate Student Experiences

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10.1155.1 - 10.1155.6



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Carol Mullenax

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Session 3455

Student Involvement in ASEE – Past, Present, and Future Carol Mullenax Tulane University


This paper summarizes how students fit into organizational structure of the Society, touches upon some of the individual and chapter contributions of students in the past and discusses current activities, and looks forward to possible activities in the future.


Students join ASEE in one of two ways: either they join through an established student chapter, or they join as individual members.

Student membership Students are welcome to join ASEE at reduced membership rates. As members they are entitled to all standard benefits of the society, plus for the past few years the ASEE Board of Directors has voted to offer free normal registration to students at the annual conference.

ASEE is organized in two dimensions: geographically (zones/sections), and by professional interest (divisions and constituent committees) as listed in Table 2. Constituent committees are a sort of trial run for a division; a group is given three years to gain a threshold membership and to demonstrate their ability to persist, at which time it is either formed into a division or disbanded.

Professional Interest Councils (PIC) PIC I PIC II PIC III PIC IV PIC V Biomedical Energy Conversion Computers in College Industry Aerospace Engineering & Conservation Education Partnerships Design in Continuing Architectural Engineering & Educational Research Engineering Professional Engineering Public Policy & Methods Education Development Biological & Engineering Engineering Design Engineering Cooperative Agricultural Technology Graphics Libraries Education Engineering Chemical Environmental Engineering Entrepreneurship Engineering Engineering Economy Materials Experimentation & Civil Engineering Freshman Programs Engineering Lab-Oriented Studies Nuclear & Construction Radiological Information Systems Graduate Studies Engineering Engineering Electrical & Ocean & Marine Computer Instrumentation International Engineering Engineering

Proceedings of the 2005 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition Copyright © 2005, American Society for Engineering Education

Mullenax, C. (2005, June), Student Involvement In Asee Past, Present, And Future Paper presented at 2005 Annual Conference, Portland, Oregon. 10.18260/1-2--15529

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