ASEE PSW 2019 Conference
College of Engineering, Computer Science and Technology (ECST)
California State University Los Angeles
"Inclusive and Engaged Learning: Enhancing Engineering Student Success"
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ASEE PSW 2019 Conference

California State University, Los Angeles, CA
April 4-6, 2019

The American Society for Engineering Education Pacific Southwest (ASEE PSW) Section invites abstracts—for full papers, posters and workshops—for the 2019 ASEE PSW Annual Conference and Exposition. This major regional conference, focusing on educational practice, innovation, and research in engineering education, is being hosted by the College of Engineering, Computer Science and Technology at the California State University Los Angeles on April 4-6, 2019 with the theme of “Inclusive and Engaged Learning: Enhancing Engineering Student Success”.

Please consider submissions on topics relevant to engineering education including, but not limited to, courses and curricula, pedagogy and assessment, innovative and exploratory educational practice, industry partnerships, and other student success initiatives. The conference will be held in conjunction with the Engineering Liaison Council (ELC) meeting, and submissions on 2-year college education practices and pathways for community college transfer students are of great interest. Instructions and templates for abstract and full paper submissions can be found in the Call for Papers. Authors can submit two types of abstract: (1) full paper and (2) WIP/ workshop / poster. The deadline for abstract submission is Nov. 9, 2018has been extended to Nov. 18, 2018.

Joint Conference with the Engineering Liaison Council (ELC)

The 2019 PSW conference will be held in conjunction with the California Engineering Liaison Council (ELC) Spring meeting. The ELC is the one organization in California that networks all institutions of higher learning engaged in engineering education. The ELC will be hosting sessions on April 4-5 including workshops on teaching techniques, collaborative grant-funded 2-year to 4-year transfer bridge programs/pathways, and model transfer certificate programs in California.




2019 American Society of Engineering Education Pacific Southwest Conference
Conference Chair:
Dr. Jane Dong (jdong2@calstatela.edu)
Conference co-Chairs:
Dr. Gustavo Menezes (gmeneze@calstatela.edu)
Dr. Nick Langhoff (langhoffn@smccd.edu)
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