Sixth Annual Research and Scholarship in Engineering Education Poster Session – February 7, 2012

  1. Ameen B. Al-Khafaji, Martha J. Neubauer, Shanna R. Daly, & Cynthia J. Finelli. Cultivating the classroom: Student perspectives of faculty classroom practices.
  2. Rob M. Bielby, Donald D. Carpenter, Cynthia J. Finelli, Trevor S. Harding, Janel A. Sutkus, Brian A. Burt, & Matthew A. Holsapple. Impact of different curricular approaches to ethics on positive ethical behavior.
  3. Brian A. Burt, Donald D. Carpenter, Matthew A. Holsapple, Cynthia J. Finelli, Rob M. Bielby, Janel A. Sutkus, & Trevor S. Harding.Co-curricular experiences: Bridging the disconnect between the classroom and ethics instruction.
  4. Katie Green, Tershia Pinder-Grover, & Joanna Mirecki Millunchick. Impact of screencast technology: Connecting perceptions and performance.
  5. Matthew A. Holsapple, Cynthia J. Finelli, Rob M. Bielby, Brian A. Burt, Donald D. Carpenter, Trevor S. Harding, & Janel A. Sutkus. Student engagement in ethics education: Quantity and quality.
  6. Lisa R. Lattuca & Patrick T. Terenzini. Prototype to Production (P2P): Conditions and processes for educating the Engineer of 2020.
  7. Hongwei Liao & Alexander Ganago. Student learning in electrical engineering (EE) lab project for non-EE majors: From technical skills to multidisciplinary teamwork.
  8. Steven Lonn, Andrew E. Krumm, R. Joseph Waddington, & Stephanie D. Teasley. From knowledge to action: Leveraging analytics for mentoring undergraduate engineering students.
  9. Rebecca L. Matz & Mark M. Banaszak Holl. What are the benefits of concurrently enrolling in lectures and laboratories?
  10. Timothy McKay, Kate Miller, & Jared Tritz. E2Coach in physics: Who takes advantage of personalized feedback, encouragement, and advice?
  11. Lorelle Meadows & Denise Sekaquaptewa. The effect of skewed gender composition on student participation in undergraduate engineering project teams.
  12. Lorelle Meadows, Robin Fowler, & Laura Knutilla. Pilot project: Assessing first-year engineering student motivation.
  13. Mark B. Moldwin. Dorm room labs for large lecture courses.
  14. Courtney A. Peckens & Jerome P. Lynch. Deepening math and science skills in middle school students through civil engineering-based learning modules.
  15. Jeff Ringenberg, Marcial Lapp, & Apoorva Bansal. The programming performance prophecies: Predicting student achievement in a first-year introductory programming course.
  16. Perry Samson. Pros and cons of e-textbooks.
  17. DeLean Tolbert & Shanna Daly. Student perceptions of creative opportunities in engineering design: Preliminary findings.