Building Engineering Education Research Capabilities. Karl A. Smith University of Minnesota email@example.com www.ce.umn.edu/~smith. Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Heads Meeting March 13, 2006. Building Engineering Education Research Capabilities: Overview.
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Building Engineering Education Research Capabilities
Karl A. Smith
University of Minnesota
Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Heads Meeting
March 13, 2006
Colleges and universities should endorse research in engineering education as a valued and rewarded activity for engineering faculty and should develop new standards for faculty qualifications.
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Morse-Alumni Distinguished Teaching ProfessorProfessor of Civil EngineeringCivil Engineering (75% Appointment)University of Minnesota236 Civil Engineering500 Pillsbury Drive SEMinneapolis, MN 55455612-625-0305 (Office)612-626-7750 (FAX)firstname.lastname@example.org://www.ce.umn.edu/people/faculty/smith/Visiting Professor of Engineering Education 2005-2006Purdue University (25% Appointment)Editor-in-Chief, Annals of Research on Engineering Education (AREE)http://www.areeonline.org