Wednesday, November 19, 2008: 12:30 PM-3:00 PM
Franklin 1 (Marriott Philadelphia Downtown)

Education (04)

#516 - Truly Interdisciplinary Activities (04001)
The goal of the session is to present ideas on activities involving students and/or faculty from multiple disciplines within (and outside of) engineering.
Chair:Paul Blowers
CoChair:Gregory E. Ogden
CoSponsor(s):Topical 6: AIChE Centennial: Chemical Engineering Education: Past and Future (T6)
12:30 PMPreparing 21st Century Engineering Students through a Student-Initiated Interdisciplinary Service-Learning Project
Alexander Bick, Dana Lazarus, Harvard College Engineers Without Borders
12:55 PMA Novel Interdisciplinary Biotechnology Process Engineering Laboratory Course at the University of Massachusetts Amherst
Susan C. Roberts, Louis A. Roberts
1:20 PMChemical Engineering and the Development of the the Doctoral Portfolio Program at the University of Texas at Austin
Brian A. Korgel
1:45 PMMems (Microelectromechanical Systems) a Model System for Interdisciplinary Design
Joseph J. Biernacki, Christopher D. Wilson, Satish Mahajan, Glenn T. Cunningham, Stephen A. Parke
2:10 PMThe Interdisciplinary Nature of Energy Applications. A Course in Carbon Capture and Sequestration
Jennifer Wilcox, Sally Benson
2:35 PMD4: Drug Design, Development, and Delivery. A New Capstone Course for Chem E's Interested in the Bio-Industries
Mark Prausnitz, Andreas S. Bommarius

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