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This paper describes an in-progress research study to develop consensus among working industry professionals and chemical engineering faculty on the particular skills and workforce competencies needed in the hydrocarbon industry for a National Science Foundation-sponsored center, [Anonymous]. This study uses a Delphi methodology, which is a systematic solicitation and collection of feedback from a pool of experts (approximately 10-30) on a particular topic through a set of carefully designed sequential surveys. In between survey collection rounds, data are synthesized, summarized, and presented back to the experts for reflection and group consensus building. Once consensus for this study is reached, the list of skills and competencies will be used in the center’s graduate courses, summer programs (e.g., Research Experiences for Undergraduates, Research Experiences for Teachers), and K-12 outreach efforts. This paper aims to be in a regular session.
Cole, J., & Godwin, A., & Marques Melo, J., & Rohde, J. (2020, June), Work in Progress: A Delphi Study of Skills and Competencies for the Hydrocarbon Industry Paper presented at 2020 ASEE Virtual Annual Conference Content Access, Virtual On line . 10.18260/1-2--35593
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