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Sarah Rodriguez Jun 15
It's my first time headed to ! Happy to share our research on and . Any conference must-do's, friends? who's going?
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Dr. Pamela Dickrell Jun 15
I found Ed! At the meeting!
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Krista Kecskemety Jun 15
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Erick Vasquez Jun 19
Was great! Learned many things
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Stacey Kulesza Jun 17
We found that military veteran engineering student social responsibility attitudes are high, regardless of class standing. Working towards a retention intervention
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Fernando Mérida Jun 19
Finishing our participation in 2019 . and present. Such a great conference!
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Dr. Jeremy A. M. Waisome Jun 19
Focus more on changing ourselves & not our students Diversity equity & inclusion are the responsibility of everyone We need to walk the walk & talk the talk: our commitment to DEI should be discussed on our websites, syllabi, & in our classrooms Dr. Laura Bottomley
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Andrea Burrows Jun 16
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Jeremi London, PhD Jun 18
Going to ASEE is always an annual treat! The enthusiasm in every room is palpable.
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Monica F. Cox Jun 19
Conferences are like family reunions. You see some folks at that moment who you won’t see again until the next conference. Conferences are about making moments matter with people who you may never see again in life. It’s that deep.
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PCEE Division Jun 17
Next raffle drawing at 5:50 today. Come by the Diversity and P12 Pavilion booth to enter for one of our fantastic books!
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UF Engineering Education Jun 19
Great 2019 Conference with the celebration of our new Department of Engineering Education! Chomping Out, see you at ASEE 2020! Go Gators 🐊!
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SWE WomenInAcademia Jun 18
Thanks to everyone who stopped is to say hi at !
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EER at Michigan Jun 19
It’s been a wonderful ! Looking forward to seeing you at in Montreal!
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Monica F. Cox Jun 19
Conferences remind me that life is finite. Many of the senior people from my youth are aging, have retired, or have died. I see my gray hairs and realize that my time in my profession is finite. This life is bigger than we are.
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Cassandra Woodcock Jun 15
Excited to be attending this year’s annual conference! I even found ED!
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Rachel Kajfez Jun 17
Cross institution collaboration! I have no idea what they are playing, but they were having a great time. brings people together!
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David W Jackson Jun 17
Thanks & for the opportunity to share with colleagues from across the world at , lots of great conversations about youths’ practices of engineering, science, and computation
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SWE WomenInAcademia Jun 18
We are ready to meet members or people interested in learning about SWE come find us across from the UPS store.
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ASEE Jun 19
It's the final contest day! We hate to see you go, Tampa, but before we do, we have one more Trivia contest question. Q5: What natural resource, used to make fertilizer, attracted investors to Tampa in the 19th century? Tag your answer Q5. Yesterday's answer: Cigars!
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