Engineering Education Research – Presentation of Research

October 3, 2018 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
3316 EECS

This session will be led by Line Van Nieuwstadt, Adjunct Research Scientist in Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering at U-M Ann Arbor, and Clinical Associate Professor of Engineering Practice at U-M Dearborn.  She will be presenting on the benefits and challenges of experiential learning in engineering education.  She will share her observations and describe her work in supporting in-class and extra-curricular experiential learning efforts at U-M Dearborn.  Attendees will then have a chance to discuss how we can address some of the challenges of experiential learning at U-M. Coffee and light refreshments will be provided.  To register for this session, please visit this link. These sessions are a part of our Exploring the Teaching Side of Academia series.