ASEE Conferences – National and Zone IV

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There are two different ASEE conferences you should know about, the National Conference and the Zone Conference.

ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition

June 26-29, 2022 (as of now in person)

See ASEE Division Call for Papers HERE   – Abstract Deadline is Nov 8
Now in its 129th year, the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition is the only conference dedicated to all disciplines of engineering and engineering technology education. The premier event of its kind, the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition fosters an exchange of ideas, enhances teaching methods and curricula, and provides unparalleled networking opportunities for engineering and engineering technology education stakeholders, including deans, faculty members, researchers, and industry and government professionals.

The conference features more than 400 technical sessions and thousands of authors and speakers, with peer-reviewed papers spanning all disciplines of engineering education; distinguished lectures, including the main plenary; provocative panel discussions; award ceremonies and social events; the “Greet the Stars” orientation for new ASEE members and first-time conference attendees; and workshops on topics ranging from new tools and technologies to research-proven, practical tips for improving teaching, learning, and equity.

ASEE ZONE IV Conference, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada

May 12 – 14, 2022 (as of now in person)

Abstract deadline not finalized yet but will probably be mid-November. Call for papers should come out in a few weeks.

The Section meetings are a great way to meet people within your geographic region. Every 4 years or so, we combine the Southwest, Northwest, and Rocky Mountain Section meetings into one larger Zone meeting. This venue is still much smaller than the national meeting and is a great place to present your pedagogical work. There are often lots of student presentations, and several different paper formats are usually available.    

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