9th Annual Poster Session (March 12, 2015)

  1. Joy Adams, Mical DeGraaff, and Gail Hohner.
    Evaluating the Pre-Professional Engineer: Exploring the Peer Evaluation Process
  2. Kenneth M. Alfano.
    Separation Principles as an Early Exposure to TRIZ-Based Ideation in Engineering Design
  3. Rachel A. Barnard, M. Taylor Haynes, Luke Peterson, John Wolfe, Anne J. McNeil, and Brian P. Coppola.
    Learning: Not Just By the Book in CHEM 130
  4. Matthew Collette.
    Student Synthesis of Complex, Virtual Design Artifacts: What Factors Make a Difference? 
  5. Aline Cotel, Sahithya Reddivari, and Sara Rimer.
    Towards a global virtual community of female engineering students and professionals
  6. Matt DeMonbrun, Cynthia Finelli, Maura Borrego, and Prateek Shekhar.
    Development of a Survey Instrument to Measure Students Resistance to Active Learning
  7. Stacie Edington, Archie L. Holmes, and Petra Reinke.
    A Tale of Two Common Reads: Models for Developing a Successful Common Reading Program for First Year     Engineering Students
  8. Alexander Ganago, Hyunsoo Kim, Mohammad Rasouli, Brent Vece, Huajun Zhang, and Diana Perpich.
    Teaching Electrical Engineering (EE) to non-EE majors in blended (flipped) classroom: Creation of the flow     experience in online self-assessments
  9. Armanda Gonzalez and Joanna Millunchick.
    Do Extracurricular Activities Improve College Performance? Engineering Teams and College Success
  10. William Greenwood and Dimitrios Zekkos.
    Assessment of the Impact of Web-based Class Projects on Student Learning Experience
  11. M. Taylor Haynes II and Tershia Pinder-Grover.
    Leveraging Reflection to Deepen Engineering Graduate Student Instructor Professional Development
  12. Laura Hirshfield, Debbie Chachra, and Cynthia Finelli.
    Relating project tasks to engineering confidence and self-efficacy
  13. James Juett and Georg Essl.
    Labster: A Web-Based Tool for Interactive Program Visualization in EECS280
  14. Benjamin Koester, Timothy McKay, William Murdock, and James Fogel.
    Grade-Based Prediction of Student Outcomes at the University of Michigan
  15. Frank J. Marsik, Erik Hildinger and Tershia Pinder-Grover.
    Does “ENGR290: Professional Skills for Engineers” improve overall self-efficacy of first term transfer students?
  16. Quamrul Mazumder, Kawshik Ahmed, and Siwen Zhao.
    Student Motivation and Learning Strategies of Students from USA, China and Bangladesh
  17. Timothy McKay, Mike Daniel, and Rachel Niemer.
    The Digital Innovation Greenhouse: cultivating educational software innovations at U-M   
  18. Nicole Michelotti, Jared Tritz, David Winn, and Timothy McKay.
    Tournament Approach to Peer Review in a Quantitative Course 
  19. Ibrahim Mohedas, Grace Cravens, Shanna Daly, and Kathleen Sienko.
    Student perceptions of stakeholders during capstone design 
  20. Vanessa Morales, Amy Cohn, and Michelle Macy.
    Assessing the impact of cross-disciplinary, project focused, action-based immersive learning experiences in     healthcare and engineering 
  21. Kenn Oldham and Volker Sick.
    Increasing and Assessing Technical Argument Integration into ME395: Lab 1. Pre-Assessment Results 
  22. Perry Samson and Frank Marsik.
    Students with Lower GPA’s Participate Differently in Class From Those with High GPAs     (Knowing This, What Should We Do?) 
  23. Stephanie Sheffield and Robin Fowler.
    Contextualizing gendered patterns of performance in Introduction to Engineering (ENGIN 100) 
  24. Julianne Vernon, Cynthia Finelli, Noel Perkins, and Brad Orr.
    Piloting i-Newton for the Experiential Learning of Dynamics 
  25. Julianne Vernon, Lorelle Meadows, and Stacie Edington.
    Educating the Whole Engineer: Transforming an Introductory Engineering Survey Course