June 15, 2019
June 15, 2019
October 19, 2019
Listening carefully to our students and integrating the variables that matter to them into our curricula is a step that we can take to increase the number of women and underrepresented minority graduates in engineering. This paper shares an evaluative case study in which we report findings of our work to attract and graduate more women and underrepresented minorities in engineering. The findings illuminate students’ perceptions of their engineering design courses and curriculum. We conclude by discussing the pedagogical decisions the teaching team is making as a result of their voices. Finally, we share the data gathering tools guiding our continuous improvement process.
Stieha, V., & Salzman, N., & Moll, A. J. (2019, June), Voices of our Students: Using Evidence-based Methods to Inform a Multidisciplinary Engineering Program Design Paper presented at 2019 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition , Tampa, Florida. 10.18260/1-2--33544
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