Tuesday, November 18, 2008: 8:30 AM-11:00 AM
Franklin 7 (Marriott Philadelphia Downtown)

Education (04)

#225 - How Chemical Engineering Students Should Be Taught (04000)
A session featuring papers on how ChE students should be taught to function in a changing job market.
Chair:Jennifer L. Anthony
CoChair:Dr. Stephanie Farrell
CoSponsor(s):Topical 6: AIChE Centennial: Chemical Engineering Education: Past and Future (T6)
8:30 AMNew Laboratory Course for Today's Chemical Engineering Students
Mark T. Aronson, Robert J. Davis
8:55 AMTeaching Material and Energy Balances to First-Year Students Using Cooperative Team-Based Projects and Labs
Timothy M. Raymond, Michael Hanyak
9:20 AMDetecting and Preventing Common Errors during Numerical Problem Solving
Mordechai Shacham, Michael B. Cutlip, Michael Elly
9:45 AMWhy Is the Fundamental of Engineering Exam (FE) Important to Chemical Engineers and the Use of the Fe as One Assessment Tool for the Chemical Engineering Programs
R. Mark Bricka
10:10 AMA Degree-Project Approach to Engineering Education
C. Ted Lee Jr., Gisele Ragusa
10:35 AMTargeted Infusion Project: Implementation of a Bioengineering Concentration in the Department of Chemical Engineering at Prairie View a&m University
Felecia Nave, Michael Gyamerah, Irvin Osborne-Lee

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