Tuesday, November 18, 2008: 12:30 PM-3:00 PM
Franklin 7 (Marriott Philadelphia Downtown)

Education (04)

#324 - What Chemical Engineering Students Should Be Taught (04005)
A session featuring papers on what ChE students need to know to function in a changing job market.
Chair:Dr. Stephanie Farrell
CoChair:Jennifer L. Anthony
CoSponsor(s):Topical 6: AIChE Centennial: Chemical Engineering Education: Past and Future (T6)
12:30 PMMathematics Taught in Chemical Engineering, What Material Should Be Covered? What Should Be the Complexity?
Benito Serrano, Juan Jose Mejia, Victor Javier Cruz, Alfonso Talavera, Jesus Moreira
12:50 PMWhy We Should Teach Product Design
Soemantri Widagdo
1:10 PMComputational Chemical Engineering: Process Simulators, Math Solvers, Spreadsheets and Computer Programming Languages
Eric L. Maase
1:30 PMRole of Scaling and up-Scaling in the Che Engineering Curriculum
Pedro E. Arce, Mario Oyanader
1:50 PMDevelopment of a Chemical Engineering Comprehensive Concept Inventory
Jeff Csernica, Margot A.-S. Vigeant, Timothy M. Raymond, Michael J. Prince
2:10 PMDo We Really Have to Teach Team Work, Conflict Resolution, Leadership, Etc, Etc, Etc...?
Laureano Jiménez-Esteller, Gonzalo Guillén-Gosálbez
2:30 PMTeaching Process Safety in a Laboratory Setting
John C. Prindle

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