Monday, November 13, 2006: 12:30 PM-3:00 PM
Union Square 24 (Hilton San Francisco)
#75 - Incorporating New Technologies into Chemical Engineering Education (18J00)
New technologies have and will continue to significantly impact the learning process for chemical engineering students. This session seeks contributions of papers which highlight these novel technologies, applications, and/or methods which employ newer technologies in chemical engineering instruction. Papers should emphasize how these novel technologies or methods were employed in the classroom as well as the impact on student learning.
Chair:David L. Silverstein
CoChair:Jennifer S. Curtis
12:30 PMSynergism of Multi-Disciplined Coordination in Undergraduate Heat Transfer Education
Jimmy L. Smart, David L. Silverstein
12:48 PMAn Online Community for Chemical Engineering Educators
David L. Silverstein, Daina Briedis, Kevin D. Dahm, Richard Zollars
1:06 PMBlood-Sugar Control in an Undergraduate Process Control Course
Charles J. Coronella, Scott A. Cooper
1:24 PMMolecularium: Merging Entertainment with Education, Outreach, and Scientific Literacy
Shekhar Garde, Linda S. Schadler, Richard W. Siegel
1:42 PMNanotechnology in Undergraduate Engineering and Science Education
Jale F. Akyurtlu, Ates Akyurtlu, JaeTae Seo, Edmund Moses Ndip
2:00 PMTactile/Audible Representations as Aides to Students with Limited Vision
Noel Romey, Robert R. Beitle, H. Michael Cheung, Peter Miao
2:18 PMYoung Engineers & Scientists Seminars: a High School Enrichment Program
Taryn M. Bayles, Ted Foster, Carolyn Parker
2:36 PMIntroductory Biomedical/Biochemical Engineering Elective
Richard L. Long

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