Planning Committees


Session Number

1. Distance Learning and Multimedia Technology in Engineering Education; Chair Joe Tront

  1. Enhancing and Extending Engineering Education Using Desktop Video-Conferencing, Scott F. Midkiff, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
  2. The National Engineering Education Delivery System (NEEDS): Supporting the Transformation of Engineering Education; Brandon Muramatsu, University of California, Berkeley
  3. An Asynchronous Learning Networks Approach to Distance (and Local) Education; Haniph Latchman, University of Florida
  4. Active Learning in Statics with Multimedia; Siegfried M. Holzer, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, with Raul H. Andruet, Samruam Tongtoe
  5. Developing a More Student-Friendly and Learning-Enhancing BEST Dynamics; Ralph E. Flori, Jr., University of Missouri-Rolla
  6. Interactive Multimedia Modules on Interfacial Engineering; James Horswill, University of Minnesota, with D. Fennell Evans, Karl Smith, Sheila Hoover

2. First Year Experience; Chair Wayne A. Helmer

  1. Effect of Introductory Design Course on Retention Rates; Edwin J. Hippo, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, with A.C. Kent, W.S. O'Brien
  2. Collaborative Teaching of First-Year Engineering Analysis, Design, and Communication Skills; John P. O'Connell, University of Virginia, with Mark A. Shields
  3. Basic Computing Courses in Ajou University; Don-Yoon Kim, Ajou University
  4. Introduction to Engineering-A First Year Course; Ram Narasimhan, University of Miami, with M. Lewis Temares, Samuel S. Lee
  5. Some New Design Techniques for Introductory Engineering Courses; Wayne A. Helmer, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale

3.Engineering Education in Manufacturing; Chair Joy Pauschke

  1. Partnering--A University, A Community College, and Local Industry Develop a BSMfgE Program; William R. Peterson, Western Michigan University
  2. Combining Process Improvement and Manufacturing; Warren P. Scarrah, Montana State University-Boseman
  3. Vibroacoustics in Manufacturing-Oriented Engineering Education; Marek L. Szary, Southern Illinois University
  4. Distance Skill Learning; Shuichi Fukuda, Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Technology, with Yoshifusa Matsuura
  5. Teaching Manufacturing Systems Integration to the Undergraduate Student; Winston F. Everelles, GMI Engineering and Management Institute, with Stephen E. Aylor

4. Panel Session; Chair E.F. Brown

* No papers were available for this session.

5. Integration of Research and Education; Chair Win Aung

  1. Engineering Education in Taiwan; Jin Fu Chang, National Science Council
  2. Advancing Engineering Education Through the National Science Foundation Center for Advanced Cement-Based Materials; Joseph J. Biernacki, NSF Center for Science and Technology of Advanced Cement-Based Materials, Northwestern University, with Surendra Pshan
  3. Integrating Teaching and Research: The Engineering Education Scholars Program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison; Sandra Shaw Courter, University of Wisconsin-Madison, with Kathleen Luker, Sarah Pfetteicher
  4. The Synergistic Coupling of Industry, Government, and University to Produce Highly Trained Graduates; Maurice Wright, Materials Technology Center, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
  5. Multidisciplinary Curriculum Development in Smart Structures; Vittal S. Rao, University of Missouri-Rolla, with Leslie R. Koval

6. Laboratory Education; Chair Richard S. Figliola

  1. Integration of the Virtual Lab into the Undergraduate Heat Transfer Curriculum ; Pam Norris, University of Virginia, with Robert J. Ribando, Gerald W. O'Leary, Timothy C. Scott, Andrew N. Smith
  2. Reshaping the Approach to the Mechanical Engineering Laboratory; Richard S. Figliola, Clemson University
  3. Developing the Undergraduate Laboratories in Mechanical Engineering at Virginia Tech; Tom Diller, Virginia Tech, with A.L. Wicks, A.A. Kornhauser
  4. A Laboratory for Collaborative, Integrated Instruction; Carl W. Steidley, Southeastern Louisiana University, with Mohammad M. Asoodeh

7. Empowering Students; Chair Taggart Smith

  1. The Design and Implementation of an Interdisciplinary Graduate Course in Forensic Engineering; William E. DeWitt, Purdue University
  2. Affecting Student Performance with Initial Classroom Interactions; Taggart Smith, Purdue University
  3. Some Attempts to Achieve High Quality Student Team Experiences in Applications and Design through Industrial Collaboration; R.J. Schoenhals, Purdue University, with Marcus V.A. Bianchi, D.P. DeWitt
  4. You Are Responsible for Your Own Destiny; Ron Goodnight, Purdue University

8. Curriculum Reform Conducive Organizational Structures; Chair Kuo Ming Wang

  1. Engineering Education Reform in the Center of Technology of the Federal University of Pernambuco-Brasil; Amaro Henrique Pessoa Lins, University of Pernambuco
  2. First Year Evaluation of Carnegie Mellon University's NSF Engineering Education Scholars Workshop Program; Larisa M. Naples, University of Pittsburgh
  3. Supporting Center for the Optimization of Engineering Teaching at the Federal University of Uberlândia-Brazil; Valder Steffen Júnior, Universidade Federal de Uberlandia, with Joäo Carlos Mendes Carvalho, Maria Elizabeth Paschoalick Chaves
  4. A Study of Integrated Curricular Design; Kuo Ming Wang, Yuan Ze Institute of Technology, with Sheng H. Win

9. Innovative Engineering Teaching Methods; Chair John Newbury

  1. Higher Education Model of Learning and Teaching at VSB-Technical University of Ostrava Using Credit System; Jaromir Polak, VSB-Technical University of Ostrava, with Jindrich Cernohorsky
  2. The Modernization Program in Engineering Education of the Federal University of Minas Gerais State--Brazil; Maria José Gazzi Salum, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, with Aécio Freitas Lira
  3. Innovation of Basic Engineering Laboratory Curriculum -- Computer Aided Experimentation and Instrumentation Techniques; Tse-Liang Alan Yeh, National Central University, with Fu-Kang Tsou, Shu-Wei Wu, Shyh-Biau Jiang, Jiunn-Chi Wu
  4. Collaborative Approach for Reforming Engineering Education in Southern Brazil; Ariovaldo Bolzan, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, with Renato Carlson, Marcius F. Giorgetti

10. International Partnerships for Engineering Design/Study Abroad; Chair Pamela Kurstedt

  1. Collaborative Design Courses with Foreign Colleges of Engineering; Pamela Kurstedt, Virginia Tech
  2. A Franco-American Double Degree Program between the Georgia Institute of Technology and Supelec at Georgia Tech Lorraine; François J. Malassenet, Georgia Tech Lorraine, with Jean-Marc Vanzo, Hans B. Püttgen, Jean Renouard, Dale C. Ray
  3. EPIC--The Engineering Program for International Careers; S. S. Melsheimer, Clemson University, with C.E.G. Przirembel, J.C. Bednar
  4. Twenty-Five Years of Globalizing and We are Still Growing: Fitting Latin America into the WPI Plan; Susan Vernon-Gerstenfeld, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

11. Multidisciplinary Learning -- Women and Minority Issues; Chair C. Dianne Martin

  1. Females Involved from Regional Schools in Technology and Engineering (FIRST) Program; Joan A. Begolly, The Pennsylvania State University, with Tracie L. Brockhoff
  2. Innovative Techniques for Increasing the Participation of Women and Minorities in the Engineering Classroom; Murali Krishnamurthi, Northern Illinois University
  3. Applying Academic Excellence Workshops in a Pipeline Program; Charlie P. Edmonson, University of Dayton
  4. Evaluating a Program for Minority High School Girls: Did it Work?; C. Dianne Martin, The George Washington University, with Rachelle S. Heller
  5. Success Factors for a University Partnership in Non-Traditional Engineering Education; H. Richard Grodsky, UM-St. Louis/Washington University, with Nancy Shields, Gloria A. Gardner, William P. Darby.

12. Bioengineering in the Future Panel Session; Chair Duane Bruley

  1. Bioengineering in the Future; Duane F. Bruley, University of Maryland Baltimore County
  2. Robert Nerem, Georgia Institute of Technology
  3. Janie Faulk, National Science Foundation
  4. Dov Jaron, National Center for Research Resources
  5. Peter Katona, The Whitaker Foundation
  6. Stephen Drew, Merck & Company, Inc.

13. Entrepreneurial and Hands-On Engineering Education; Chair Luiz C. Scavarda do Carmo

  1. The Entrepreneurial Engineer-A New Paradigm for the Reform of Engineering Education; Luiz C. Scavarda do Carmo, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, with J. A. Pimenta-Bueno, Therezinha Souza da Costa, J.A.R. Parise, M.A.M. Davidovich, M. Azevedo da Silveira, Jose Alberto Aranha
  2. The National Science Foundation's Engineering Education Scholars Workshop: Strategies for the New Professor; Keri C. Hornbuckle, University at Buffalo, with Marjolein C.H. van der Meulen, Susan A. Ambrose, Clifford I. Davidson
  3. REENGE-The Brazilian Engineering Education Reform Program; Waldimir Pirro e Longo, Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio deJaneiro, with Luiz Valcov Loureiro, Luiz C. Scavarda do Carmo
  4. Innovation of Basic Engineering Laboratory Curriculum-A Spontaneous Bottom-Up Reform Initiated for Growth; Tse-Liang Alan Yeh, National Central University, with Fu-Kang Tsou, Jiunn-Chi Wu, Shu-San Hsiau, Sha-Wei Wu, Chien-Yuh Yang, Han-Tung Chuang, Shyh-Biau Jiang, Chiang-Nan Chang
  5. Hands-On Teaching and Concurrent Teaching: Relations and Difficulties; Luiz C. Scavarda do Carmo, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio deJaneiro, with J A.R. Parise, M. Azevedo da Silveira, J. A. Aranha

14. Liberal Engineering and Mathematics Education; Chair John O'Connell

  1. New Approach of Developing Mathematics Curriculum for Engineers; Vladimir Sheyman, Wayne State University, with Mukasa Ssemakula, Chorng Houh, Nanua Singh, Elena Bankouskaia, Kathy Zhong
  2. Basic Subject Teaching Infrastructure Improvement Program (REENGE); J.S. Cordiero, Universidade Federal de Sao Carlos, with N. Baldwin, P.L.A. Malaguth, J.M. Povoa
  3. Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering Degree Programs for the Twenty-First Century; Barry J. Farbrother, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
  4. The Challenge of Restructuring the Engineering Curriculum at a Brazilian Private University; Jose Nelson Amaral, Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio Grande do Sul, with Edward S. Meadows
  5. Educating Engineers in a Liberal Arts College -- A Quarter-Century of Success with an Unpacked Engineering Curriculum; Frederick L Orthlieb, Swarthmore College

15. Electronic Courseware in Mechanics and Manufacturing; Chair Joy Pauschke

  1. Teaching Basic Mechanics Using Computers; Hugh Jack, Grand Valley State University
  2. Mechanics on the Web; T G. Shawki, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, with H. Aref, James W. Phillips
  3. Using the Internet to Create an "Electronic Text Book"; James Craddock, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
  4. Building and Testing Models via Visual Programming; Marian G. Williams, University of Massachusetts Lowell, with J. Nicholas Buehler, Guillermo Zeballos
  5. Using Technological Tools for Experiential Learning in the Classroom; Gordon W. Couturier, The University of Tampa

16. Opportunities and Challenges for Joint U.S. and International University Graduate Programs Panel Session; Chair Jules Lapidus

  1. Transformation of Master's Degree Programme at the VB-Technical University of Ostrava in the Context of Current Political and Economic Development; V. Roubícek, The Technical University of Ostrava
  2. Interactive Distance Education in Taiwan; Dr. Che-Ho Wei, National Jao Tung University, with Frances Su
  3. Dr. Jules Lapidus, President of the Council of Graduate Schools, Washington, DC
  4. Dr. Julia To Dutka, Executive Director of the TOEFL Program, Educational Testing Service, Princeton, NJ
  5. Dr. John Yopp, Vice President for Graduate and Professional Education, Educational Testing Service, Princeton, NJ

17. International Issues; Chair Chun Tsung Wang

  1. Methodology of Higher Engineering Education Policy Under Conditions of Common International Educational Space; C.K. Hansen, Tomsk Polytechnic University, with Victor Pushnykh, Nikolai P. Kirillov
  2. Bootstrapping Computer Science and Engineering Graduate Programs in Latin America: An International Collaboration; Marian G. Williams, University of Massachusetts Lowell, with Margarita Zapata-Turcotte, James T. Canning, William Moloney, Charles Steele
  3. An Insider's View of Reforms of Engineering Education in Australia; Robin Ford, The University of New South Wales
  4. College Engineering Education Problems in Taiwan; Chun Tsung Wang, National Taiwan University
  5. Quality and Evaluation of Engineering Education; Rita de Castro Engler, CEFET/RJ
  6. Charting a Wider Course for Higher Education in the ROC on Taiwan; Yuh-Chao Yu, Director of Higher Education

18. The NSF Coalition: Preparing a New Generation of Engineers; Chair Karen Frair

  1. The NSF Foundation Coalition: Reengineering Engineering Education; Karen Frair, University of Alabama
  2. Engineering Education in the 21 C Century: Beyond Lectures; Jim Richardson, University of Alabama, with Joey Parker
  3. Development and Implementation of an Integrated Engineering Curriculum for the Sophomore Year; Robert A. McLauchlan, Texas A & M University-Kingsville, with William A. Heenan
  4. Foundation Coalition Integrated Bridge Programs (IBPs); Cesar O. Malave, Texas A & M University, with Karan L. Watson, Jeanne Rierson
  5. Multi-Site Assessment in Engineering Education; Gloria Rogers, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

19. Multimedia: Design and Practice; Chair Yousef Haik

  1. What I Learned Using Multimedia in Electrical Engineering Technology Curriculum; A. Gapinski, Penn State Fayette Campus
  2. Open Integrated Educational Environment (OIEE) for Materials Science Students; M. M. El-Sherbiny, Arab Academy for Science and Technology, with M. Bashir Saleh, M. El-Gammal
  3. Caution: As We Celebrate Integration of Computers into the Engineering Education; Manohar Kulkarni, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
  4. A Portable Lecture Display System; Emil C. Neu, Stevens Institute of Technology
  5. Using Multimedia in the Teaching and Learning of the Analysis of Isostatic Structure; Karla S. Saraiva, Universidade do Vale do Rios dos Sinos, with Adriane Gaspary
  6. Development of Multimedia Instructional Tools for Engineering Mechanics; Yousef Haik, Florida State University, with Chiang-Jen Chen, David Kuncicky

20. Online Learning Applications and Developments; Chair Sheng-Jii Hseih

  1. Using the World Wide Web as a Teaching Resource in Undergraduate Class; Lizette R. Chevalier, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
  2. The Internet and Engineering Courses; Bill T. Ray, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
  3. Education at the Vienna University of Technology, Faculty of Electrical Engineering: Traditional Lecture Based Education vs. Telematics Based Education; K.M. Goschka, Vienna University of Technology, with Eveline Riedling
  4. A General WEB Based Accessibility Solution for Individuals with Disabilities; John Uhran, University of Notre Dame, with Peter Beery
  5. Hyperlinked Manuals for Photonics Education Laboratories; M. Selim Unlu, Boston University, with Jian Liu, Eric Hyman

21. Innovative Approaches to Curriculum Development in Engineering Education; Chair Mary Poats

  1. Cyberspace Assisted Responsive Education Implemented on the Open Platform-Internet; Ifay F. Chang, Polytechnic University
  2. Teaching High Performance Computing; Philip J. Morris, The Pennsylvania State University, with Kevin Morooney, Steve Kellogg
  3. Development of the New York Center for Biomedical Engineering (CBE); Steve Cowin, The City University of New York, with Sheldon Weinbaum
  4. Development of a Multidisciplinary Curriculum to Address Subsurface Remediation Education in Partnership with an Extanal Industrial/Research Advisory Committee; Alex S. Mayer, Michigan Technological University, with David R. Shonnard, John S. Gierke
  5. Development of Multimedia Course Modules on Thin Film Technologies: Challenges and Assessment; S.V. Babu, Clarkson University, with I.I. Suni, D.H. Rasmussen
  6. Ceramic Matrix Composites: Combined Materials and Mechanics Curricula; Peter Liaw, University of Tennessee at Knoxville, with N. Yu 21

22. Innovative Course Development; Chair José Alberto do Reis Parise

  1. Teaching Beginning Electromagnetics Students to Meet the Modern Technology Challenges in EE; Chia-Lun J. Hu, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
  2. Some Experiences with the Introduction and Teaching of an Introduction to Civil Engineering Class; James Craddock, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
  3. Limitations of Feedback Amplifiers Analysis Based on Two Port Network Modeling; Carlos Villaneauva, Universidad de Carabobo, with Bernardo Meléndez
  4. Impact of the Microcomputer Spreadsheet on Teaching of Some Engineering Courses; Charles Muchmore, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
  5. A Joint Project to Develop a VLSI Testing and Design-for-Testability Course for Universities in Taiwan; C.L. Lee, National Chiao Tung University, with J.Y.Jou, C.S. Lin, J.E. Chen, C.W. Wu, K.J. Lee, C.C. Su
  6. Algebraic Computation on Mechanical Engineering Courses; Carlos Eduardo Reuther de Siqueira, Pontificia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro-PUC, with José Alberto dos Reis Parise

23. Multidisciplinary Learning -- Course and Curriculum; Chair Ron Barr

  1. The Integration of Internet Resources into High School Mathematics -- Collaboration between the Computer Science Department Faculty and High School Teachers; Marianne B. Carlin, The College of Staten Island, with Roberta Klibaner, Michael Kress
  2. The Multidisciplinary Engineering Laboratory; Joan Gosink, Colorado School of Mines, with Robert King
  3. Development of an Interdisciplinary Senior Laboratory Exercise; John Maleyeff, Western New England College, with Kourosh Rahnamai, John P. Farris
  4. A New Multidisciplinary Curriculum for a MSc Course on Metrology; Luiz C. Scavarda do Carmo, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, with J.A.R. Parise, M.N. Frota, P.M.S. Araujo, A.F. Orlando, S.L. Braga
  5. Wheat from Chaff: Teaching How to Gather, Analyze and Apply Information; Suzanne T. Weiner, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, with David G. Meeker, David R. Wallace
  6. Integration of MEMS Courses into an Engineering Curriculum; PeterJ. Hesketh, University of Illinois at Chicago, with J.G. Boyd, M.J. McNallan, C. Takoudis

24. Engineering Transformation at New Jersey Institute of Technology; Chair Stephen Tricamo

  1. An Overview of NJIT's Curriculum Transformation Process -- A Leadership Perspective; Stephen Tricamo, New Jersey Institute of Technology, with William Swart, Robert Pfeffer
  2. Curriculum Innovation for Engineering Freshmen and Sophomores; Geraldine B. Milano, New Jersey Institute of Technology, with Norbet Elliot, Sanford Bordman, Iftekhar Hasan
  3. Learning Aids: Distance Learning, CD-ROMs, the Internet, Virtual and Real Laboratories; Paul Ranky, New Jersey Institute of Technology, with Golgen Bengu, Gale Spak, Don Sebastian
  4. Use of Industrial Partnerships as a Means of Improving the Curriculum; Stephen J. Tricamo, New Jersey Institute of Technology, with Gregg Mass, Anthony Mauriello, William Swart
  5. From Production Engineering to Financial Engineering; Sanford Bordman, New Jersey Institute of Technology, with Iftekhar Hasan, Barbara Tedesco
  6. Combined Research and Curriculum Development Programs at the New Jersey Institute of Technology; Rajesh Dave, New Jersey Institute of Technology, with John Federici, Anthony Johnson, Robert Pfeffer, Anthony Rosato, H. Jbrebel, T. Chan, R. Barat

25. Engineering Education in Spain Panel Session; Chair Ana Gimeno

  1. Different Aspects of the Innovation Programme at the Polytechnic University of Valencia: A Case Study; Enrique Ballester, Polytechnic University of Valencia
  2. Engineering Education in the XXI Century; Justo Nieto, Polytechnic University of Valencia
  3. Improving Engineering Education through International Student Exchange Programmes; Juan M. Martinez, Polytechnic University of Valencia
  4. Technology Enhanced Language Learning for Engineers-Networking Multimedia Programmes; Ana Gimeno, Polytechnic University of Valencia

26. Mining and Minerals Engineering Education in the 21st Century Panel Session; Chair Yoginder P. Chugh

  1. Future Minerals Education Needs at the Undergraduate Level; John Murphy, National Institute of Occupational Health and Safety
  2. Fu-Su Yen, National Cheng Kung University
  3. Lee W. Saperstein, University of Missouri-Rolla
  4. Thomas V. Falkie, Berwind Corporation
  5. Mike McCarter, University of Utah

27. Multidisciplinary Courses; Chair Peter Lee

  1. The Ordeal of Archimedes; Bjoern Sortland, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
  2. Education of Mechatronics Engineering and Implementation of a Modular Experiment System; Ying-Yu Tzou, National Chiao Tung University, with Jwu-Sheng Hu, Chin-Teng Lin, Kai-Tai Song, Pau-Lo Hsu
  3. Course Planning on Motor Control Laboratory; Yih-Ping Luh, National Taiwan University, with Yee-PienYang
  4. The "Applications-Integral" Approach to Teaching Engineering Design-Coupling Science, Technology and the Arts; Peter B.U. Achi, Federal University of Technology

28. Curriculum Reform in Various Branches of Engineering; Chair Cesar Malave

  1. New Curriculum for the Electrical Engineering Course at The Sao Carlos Engineering School; Azauri A. Oliveira Jr., Universidade de Sao Paulo, with Edson Gesualdo
  2. Results of the API Team Project for Integrating Communication, Design, and Teamwork in the Department of Civil Engineering; David Young, The University of North Carolina-Charlotte, with Kim Buch, Deborah Bosley, C. Debelius
  3. Reform of Gasdynamics-Related Curriculum for Aircraft Design Education; Sheng-Jii Hsieh, National Cheng Kung University, with Sheng-Min Liang
  4. The Engineering Education Model at ITA: Historical Review, Present Status, and Challenges; Paulo Rizzi, Instituto Technológico de Aeronáutica, with Miguel Henze

29. Engineering Education In the 21st Century; Chair Jaromir Polak

  1. Engineering Education Developments Toward the New Millennium: A United Kingdom Perspective; John Newbury, The Open University
  2. Restructuring of Engineering Teaching at the Sector of Technology of Universidade Federal do Paraná, Brazil; Marcos Tozzi, Federal University of Parana, with Ivo Brand, Geoirge Kaskantzis, Mildred Hecke, Cristóvão Femandes, Carols Marchi
  3. Problems of Czech Engineering Education at the Turn of the Millennium; Tomás Cermák, Technical University of Ostrava
  4. A Closer Look at a Military Institute's Engineering School: Combining Approaches; Ligia Silva Leite, The Military Institute of Engineering, with Luiz Paulo Mendonca Brandao, Jose Roberto Serra Lima, Pedro Luiz Scheider
  5. Qualified Engineers for Facing the Challenges of the Future; Wolfgang Massberg, Ruhr-University at Bochum

30. The Study of Learning; Chair Krishna Vedula

  1. Student Performance in Chosen Engineering Disciplines Related to Personality Type; Peter A. Rosati, The University of Western Ontario
  2. Evaluation Instruments of Instructional CD ROM and Production and Field Testing of a Prototype Developed on the Basis of the Evaluation Results of Existing CD ROMs; Seung Keum Yoon, Seoul National Polytechnic University
  3. The Use of Brain Recordings to Assess Learning; Dennis L. Molfese, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, with David L. Molfese
  4. An Instruction Methodology for Engineering Laboratory; M.A. Cremasco, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, with S.B.R. Cremasco

31. Industry/Education; Chair Manohar Kulkarni

  1. Concurrent Engineering Through University-Company Partnership; Kazuo Hatakeyama, CEFET-Centro Federal de Educação Technológica do Paraná, with Helio Gomes Carvallio, Carla Cristina Amódio Estorilio
  2. The Collaboratory Approach; Arnold M. Peskin, Brookhaven National Laboratory
  3. The Cooperation Agreement Between Industries and Escola Politécnica: Its Significance to Educational Programs; Eduardo Camilher Damasceno, Escola Politécnica da USP, with Mello Moraes, Célio Taniguchi
  4. Making a Partnership Work: Outcomes Assessment of a Multi-Task, Multi-Institutional Project; Lueny Morell de Ramírez, University of Puerto Rico-Mayagües, with José L. Zayas, John Lamancusa, Jens Jorgensen
  5. Continuing Engineering Education and Technology Transfer: A Process Oriented Approach Towards University-Industry Cooperation; Franz Reichl, Vienna University of Technology
  6. Government-Industry-University Partnerships; Kenneth E. Harwell, The University of Alabama in Huntsville, with Mel Adams, Bernard J. Schroer, John O. Dimmock, Mary S. Spann

32. Curriculum Development for Greenfield Coalition; Co-Chairs Nizar Al-Holou and Fred Beaufait

  1. Development of Computer Based Instructional Modules for the Greenfield Coalition: Experiences from Rounds One and Two--What to do next? Laura Lisiecki, Lawrence Technological University
  2. Development of a Computer-Based Instruction in Transient Analysis; Nizar Al-Holou, University of Detroit Mercy, with Mohannad Murad
  3. The Greenfield Coalition: Changing the Paradigm--Lessons Learned; Fred Beaufait, University of Detroit Mercy
  4. Development and Implementation of the Thermophysics Knowledge Area for the Greenfield Coalition for New Manufacturing Engineering Education; Shuvra Das, University of Detroit Mercy, with Mark Schumack, Michael Vaksman, Kevin Belfield
  5. Psychology for Engineers Taught Online: Course Development Within A Changing Paradigm; William Poffenberger, Wayne State University
  6. Developing Interdisciplinary Undergraduate and Graduate Courses Through the Integration of Recent Research Results into the Curricula; C.R. Friedrich, Michigan Technological University, with Robert O. Warrington

33. Innovative Uses of Laboratory Courses in Undergradute Education; Chair Ping Liu

  1. Development of a New Course on Control Systems; Tzuu-Hseng S. Li, National Cheng Kung University, with J.-Y. Lee, J.-C. Juang, Y.-Y. Sun
  2. Smart Sensor Technology: A Multidisciplinary Course Sequence-Integrating Solid State and VLSI Technology; Gregory W. Auner, Wayne State University, with Pepe Siy, Ratna Naik
  3. Industrial Applications of Dynamic Data Acquisition-First Semester Experiences in a Multidisciplinary Laboratory Course; T A. Haskew, The University of Alabama, with H.P. Stern, Sally A. McInerny
  4. Automatic Three-Phase Squirrel-Cage Induction Motor Test Assembly for Motor Thermal Behavior Studies; E. Ruppert Filho, DSCE/FEE/UNICAMP, with R.R. Riehl, E. Avólio
  5. Plastic Recycling Experiments to Improve Undergraduate Materials Education; Ping Liu, Eastern Illinois University
  6. A CAD/CAM Laboratory Experience for a Lower-Division Engineering Design Graphics Course; Ron Barr, The University of Texas at Austin, with Davor Juricic

34. Leadership and Career Related Skills; Chair S.T. Wu

  1. Students Becoming Leaders: A Case Study; Ron Goodnight, Purdue University
  2. Leadership Training-A Different Look at Design Courses; R.H. Bond; New Mexico Tech
  3. Leadership Development for Student Programs (LDSP) at the University of Alabama in Huntsville; S.T. Wu, The University of Alabama in Huntsville
  4. PETRA Model: An Alternative for Engineering Education; F.R. Fowler, Escola Federal de Engenharia de Itajubá, with P.C. Crepaldi, Luiz Lenarth Gabriel Vermaas
  5. Engineering Graduate Students as Evaluators of Communication Skill; Craig James Gunn, Michigan State University
  6. The Curricular Role of Engineering Economics; Michael L. Mavrovouniotis, Northwestern University

35. NCKU North America Alumni Association; Chair Ifay F. Chang

  1. Opening Remarks; Ifay F. Chang, Polytechnic University of New York
  2. Welcome Remarks; Mou-Ying Fu, President, NCKU Alumni Association of North America
  3. Introduction of Speakers; Arthur H. Wu, Chairman of the Board, NCKU Alumni Association of North America
  4. My Engineering Education and Business Enterprise Development; Jen Tao Chan, President, The Shan Corporation, Inc.
  5. New Materials for Advanced Industry in Taiwan; Ray C. Chang, President, Hwa-Li Corporation, Inc.
  6. Lesson Learned from Business Management for a Large Corporation; Chi Sen Lai, Chairman of the Board, Motorola, China Electrics LTD (Retired)
  7. Challenge in American Education; Rose Tseng, Chancellor, West Valley-Mission Community College District

36. Institutionalization of First Year Engineering Design Courses withn the ECSEL Coalition; Chair Thomas M. Regan

  1. Introduction to Engineering Design at Howard University; Mobolaji E. Aluko, Howard University
  2. First-Year Design Curriculum at 19 Campuses: The Penn State First-Year Engineering Design; Dhushy Sathianathan, The Pennsylvania State University, with Nabil Kallas, Richard Devon, Renata Engel
  3. The Freshman Engineering Design Experience at CCNY; Peter Ganatos, The City College of New York, with Benjamin Liaw
  4. Introduction to Engineering Design at Maryland--A Major Engineering Education Process Improvement; Thomas M. Regan, University of Maryland, with James W. Dally, Jane F. Fines, Isabel K. Lloyd, Peter A. Minderman, Jr.
  5. Introduction to Engineering Design at the University of Washington; Jane G. Enterline, University of Washington, with Gretchen Kalonji, J.L Fridley

37. Innovative Uses of the Internet in Engineering Education; Chair Jim Richardson

  1. On-Line Course Evaluations; H. Pinar Zengingonul, Boston University, with M. Selim Unlu, Richard H. Broberg
  2. Development of an Interactive Education System for Engineering Education; Won Ho, Kongju National University, with Joung-Huck Lee
  3. Virtual Consulting and Training Environment through the Internet; Ricardo M. Barcia, Federal University of Santa Catarina, with Alejandro Martins, Roberto Pacheco, Andrea V. Steil
  4. Integrated Computer-Aided Curriculum for Mechanical Design; Tze-Chi Hsu, Yuan-Ze Institute of Technology, with Yze-Liang Hsu, Chang-Huei Wu

38. International Partnerships; Chair John R. Lloyd

  1. The Evaluation of Partnership in Engineering Education; Luiz F. Autran M. Gomes, Universidade Federal Fluminense, with Emmanuel P. Andrade
  2. International Partnership in Student-Centered Engineering Design Activity; Peck Cho, Michigan Technological University
  3. A Model Mechanical Engineering Global Education Program: New Partnerships in Education; John R. Lloyd, Michigan State University, with Ronald C. Rosenberg
  4. Collaboration Between American and Siberian Universities in Engineering Education; Chester K. Hansen, Tomsk Polytechnic University, with Nikolai P. Kirillov, Victor Pushnykh
  5. The Building of a Post-Graduate Programme Based on Partnership; Ricardo Tanscheit, Federal University of Maranhão, with O.R. Saavedra Mendez, M.G. da Silva
  6. Building an International Collaboration in Engineering and Technology Education; Richard Devon, The Pennsylvania State University, with Wayne R. Hagar, Jacques Lesenne, Jean-François Pauwels

39. The Application of Visualization and Virtual Reality in Engineering Education; Chair Fabian C. Hadipriono

  1. 3-D Highway Construction Progress Simulation Using VRML; Jen-Rong Lee, The Ohio State University, with Fabian C. Hadipriono, Josann Duane, Richard E. Larew, Kikuo Fujimura
  2. Affordable High-Performance Computing for Engineering Education; M. Halfawy, The Ohio State University, with F. Hadipriono, J. Duane, R. Larew
  3. A Three Dimensional Construction Operation Simulation of a Multistory Building in a Virtual Environment; Chun-Hao Tseng, The Ohio State University, with Fabian C. Hadipriono, Josann Duane, Richard E. Larew
  4. A Training and Educational Tool for Deep Excavation in Virtual Reality; Jen-Peng Wang, The Ohio State University, with Josann W. Duane, Fabian C. Hadipriono, William E. Wolfe, Richard E. Larew
  5. Visualization-based Expert System for Educating Civil Engineering Students in Earthwork Activities and Equipment; Chayodom Chanthawarang, The Ohio State University, with Fabian C. Hadipriono, Josann Duane, William E. Wolfe, Richard E. Larew
  6. Building Simulation for Crime Prevention in a Virtual Environment; Siew Chung Shee, The Ohio State University, with Fabian C. Hadipriono, Josann Duane, Richard E. Larew