Papers in pdf format
Track-1: Emerging ideas
Integrating National Robotics Competitions into Multidisciplinary Senior Project Courses
Douglas Tougaw and Jeff Will, Valparaiso University, IN.
Design of Modern, Integrated Laboratory- Stations (ILS) for Engineering Experimental Courses
M. Kostic, Srinivasa Rao Vaddiraju, Srinivas Majji, Shashank B. Tirumala, and Dan Wu, Northern Illinois University, IL.
Teaching Numerical Methods to Mechanical Engineers with a Video Game
Brianno Coller, Northern Illinois University, IL.
Track-2: Accreditation and Assessment
Moving Outside the bubble: Successfully Integrating Assessment and accreditation into Technology Programs
Verna Fitzsimmons and Susan Emens, Kent State University, OH.
Quality Enhancement of Graduates From the School of Engineering at Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville
Emmanuel S. Eneyo, Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville, IL.
Design Projects That Emphasize Technical Communication Between Engineering and Technology Students
Alten F. Grandt, Jeffrey E. Rodrian, and William A.Watkins, Purdue University, Lafayette, IN.
Track-3: Disciplinary- Electrical
Using Mathcad to Help Visualize Electromagnetic Vector Fields
James H. Spreen, Indiana Institute of Technology, Ft. Wayne, IN.
A Comparison of Electrical Engineering Curricula At Tsinghua University (Beijing) and At the University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign)
Shi Stan Lan, DeVry University, Chicago, IL.
Gang Lee, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
Advanced Course in Programmable Controls for Engineering Technology
Wm. Ted Evans, University of Toledo, OH.
Student Projects as an Effective Tool For Teaching Industrial Control Electronics
Youakim Al Kalaani, Northern Illinois University, IL.
Track-4: Special Topics
Thinking and Writing in Undergraduate Engineering Education
Tamer Ceylan, University of Wisconsin-Platteville, WI.
Teaching Occupational Safely, Health and Environmental Studies in the Technology Program
Dennis J. Cesarotti and Earl Hansen, Northern Illinois University, IL.
Fundraising for Service Learning Projects
Carmine Polito and Elizabeth Gingerich, Valparaiso University, IN.
Will the implementation of Just in Time Teaching be a better tool in bringing motivation and enthusiasm to today's traditional lecture in the Construction Engineering Technology classroom? (Paper Only)
Sami Tannous, Indiana University - Purdue University Fort Wayne, IN.
Measurement of Forces Developed by a Single- Acting Pneumatic Cylinder
W. W. Ferry and R. A. Tatara, Northern Illinois University, IL.
Flow Stress Behavior of Mild Steels and its Influence in Machinability
Andrew Otieno, Northern Illinois University, IL.
Using Rexroth Bosch Test Stands for Teaching Pneumatic Control Circuits
Jan T. Lugowski, Purude University, IN
Track-2: Disciplinary- Electrical
A Vendor Neutral Wide Area Networking Laboratory Course
Samuel Liles, Purdue University Calumet, IN.
A Vendor Neutral Local Area Networking Laboratory Course
Samuel Liles, Purdue University Calumet, IN.
Modeling and Verification of Digital Logic Circuit Using Neural Networks
Reza Raeisi, Indiana State University, IN.
Assessment of the use of High Performance Classroom Computing in Undergraduate Education
A. R. Martin, R.H. Mohtar, Purdue University, IN.
Track-3: Teaching On-Line
Web-based Modules to Increase Relevance in an Introductory Materials Engineering Course
R. W. Trice, Southern Illinois University, IL.
Experiences in Teaching Engineering Courses Through the Internet
Murali Krishnamurthi, Northern Illinois University, IL.
Teaching Steel Design on the Web: The Blackboard Experience
Souhail Elhouar, Bradley University, East Peoria, IL.
Blackboard- Based Digital Hardware Design Using FPGAs
Reza Hashemian and Chandi Pedapati, Northern Illinois University, IL.
Track-4: New Technologies
Renewable Energy Alternatives: Current Status and Capacities
Kurt Rosentrater, U.S. Department of Agriculture, South Dakota, SD.
Youakim Al-Kalaani, Northern Illinois University, IL.
An Online Bioengineering Learning Module: Phylogenetic Relationships
Matthew Verleger, Heidi Diefes-Dux, Jenna Rickus, and Scott Schaffer, Purdue University West Lafayette, IN.
Nanoscale Science and Engineering Experiments in "a General Chemistry for Engineers Laboratory Course"
Eric J. Voss and Michael J. Shaw, Southern Illinois University, IL.
Heat Transfer in Mini Heat Exchanger using Nanofluids
L. B. Mapa and Sana Mazhar, Purdue University Calumet, IN.
Track-1: Disciplinary Electrical
Teaching Microelectronic Device Courses Using MathCAD
Ibrahim Abdel-Motaleb, Northern Illinois University, IL.
A method to Teach an Introductory Engineering Course
Reza Hashemian, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL.
Effectively Teaching C in an Introductory Embedded Microcontroller Course
Jeffrey J. Richardson, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN.
Track-2: K-12 and Recruitment
Recruitment and Retention of a Diverse Engineering Student Body
Sarah J. Smith, Purdue University North Central, IN.
SUMMER PROGRAMS TO IMPROVE SCIENCE, MATHEMATICS, ENGINEERING, AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION IN K-12 SCHOOLS
Paul Tougaw, Douglas Tougaw, and Eric Johnson, Valparaiso University, IN.
The Students' Feedback: A survey of Three Approaches to Teaching With Modern Powerpoint Presentations
Gene L. Harding, Purdue University-South Bend, IN.
A Conceptual Model for a University – K-12 Partnership utilizing the Internet and After-School Activities in Technology and Engineering: Resiliency Approach
Andrew Otieno and Teresa Wasonga, Northern Illinois University, IL.
Track-3: Student Projects and Teams
Preparing Students for Global Engineering Workplace Communication
Marjorie Rush Hovde, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, IN.
Collaborative Learning: Engaging Industry and Students
Mike Suckow, David Stanley, and Gary Eiff, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN.
A Teaching Philosophy Involving Teamwork
Kenneth W. Meeks, Tristate University, Angola, IN.
Methods of Teaching Leadership to Undergraduate Students in Computer Science and Software Engineering
Steve Chenoweth, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, IN.
Track-4: CAD and Simulation
Simulating the Ploypropylene Filling of a Dispensing Closure Mold With Injection Molding Software
R. M. Sievers, R. A. Tatara, and Valentin Hierzer, Northern Illinois University, IL.
Three Dimensional Graphics: A 21st Century Approach
Steven D. Lavoie, and Eric F. Kirton, New England Institute of Technology, Warwick, RI.
Interactive Learning Framework for Dynamic Simulation and Control of Flexible Structures
M. O. Tokhi and S. Z. M.Hashim, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom.
Wanted: No Boundaries in Software Engineering Education
Kenneth L. Modesitt, Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne, IN.
Track-1: Theories and Concepts
Manufacturing Education Strategies in the 21st Century (Paper Only)
Nourredine Boubekri, Northern Illinois University, IL.
Overlap Between Mechanical and Civil Engineering undergrad Education
Iyad Muslih, David B. Meredith, and Aiman Kuzmar, West Virginia University, WV.
Diversity Education: Promoting Ethical Behavior and National Security
Ralph Ocon, Purdue University Calumet, IN.
What Every Engineer Should know about Engineering Education
Nestor L. Osorio, Northern Illinois University, IL.
Academic Integrity: Developing Professional and Ethical Responsibility in the Classroom
Roy Evans and Gregory Neff, Purdue University Calumet, IN
Exploring Engineering Ethics Using an On-Line, Asynchronous Seminar
Dennis E. Kroll, Bradley University, East Peoria, IN.
Student Ethics in Online Courses: Some Case Histories
Joy L. Colwell, and Carl F. Jenks, Purdue University Calumet, IN.
Using Childhood Experiences as an Analogy to Teach Students About the Morality of Emerging Technology
Douglas Tougaw and Michael K. McCuddy, Valparaiso University, IN.
Track-3: Case Studies
Project- based Learning in a Freshman Industrial Technology Course
Don Buskirk, Niaz Latif, Purdue University, IN.
Design Validation and Testing of Wolf Bite Meter
Steven L. Thomson, A. Shaad, N. L. Denton, and R. M. French, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN.
Eckhard H. Hess Institute of Ethology at Wolf Park, IN.
Introducing Creativity and Artistic Expression into Engineering Technology Courses
David P. Devine, Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne, IN.
PDA in the Classroom Project
Michelle Perry and J. M. Jacob, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN.