- Adriaens, Peter, Corrie Clark, Robert Sulewski, & John Wolfe.
Optimization of Green Roof Systems for Multifunctional Buildings: A Three-Year Integrated Civil and Environmental Engineering Design Course Experience.
- Andrews, Jill & Lorelle Meadows.
K-12 / University of Michigan Partnerships: Engaging Today’s Teachers, Training Tomorrow’s Scientists and Engineers, and Opening Pathways for K-12 Students to Pursue STEM Careers.
- Delgado, César, Shawn Stevens, & Joseph Krajcik.
Building and Understanding of the Big Ideas in Nanoscience: An Uneven Development of Knowledge.
- Finelli, Cynthia, Trevor Harding, Donald Carpenter, & Janel Sutkus.
Academic Integrity among Engineering Undergraduates: Seven Years of Research by the E3 Team.
- Hohne, Daniel, Leeann Fu, Barry Barkel, & Peter Woolf.
The Wiki Approach to Teaching: Using Student Collaboration to Create an Up-To-Date Open-Source Textbook.
- Holloway, James.
Teaching Flux in the Age of Desktop Monte Carlo.
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The Student Space Systems Fabrication Laboratory: Enhancing Space Systems Engineering Education.
- Mazzei, Arnaldo & Richard Scott.
Broadening Student Knowledge of Dynamics by Means of Simulation Software.
- McAfee Jr., L.C.
Factors for an Effective LSAMP REU
- Ringenberg, Jeff & David Chesney.
MySpace in the Classroom: Classroom: Note Taking Collaboration via a Social Networking Model.
- Ringenberg, Jeffrey, Elliot Soloway, & David Chesney.
Curricular Middle Management: The Role of a Graduate Student Instructor in a Senior-Level Design Course.
- Stevens, Shawn, César Delgado, Kelly Hutchinson, & Joseph Krajcik.
The Nanoworld: Exploration of Student Understanding and Motivation.
- Veenstra, Cynthia & Gary Herrin.
Comparison of First-Year Calculus I Engineering Students to Pre-Med, STEM and Non-STEM Students for Student Success.