Appendix C
NAE Engineer of 2020 National Education Summit

National Academy of Engineering

2101 Constitution Ave. NW

Washington DC 20418

Thursday, July 22, 2004

8:00 a.m.

Continental Breakfast—GREAT HALL

8:45

Opening and Welcome—AUDITORIUM

 

 

Wm. A. Wulf, President, National Academy of Engineering

Stephen Director, Dean of Engineering, University of Michigan and Chair, NAE Committee on Engineering Education

G. Wayne Clough, President, Georgia Institute of Technology and Chair, Engineer of 2020 Steering Committee

SESSION I: CHAIR, G. Wayne Clough

9:10

Keynote Presentation:

Engineering Education in the 21st Century: An Industry View

 

 

Ruth David, President and CEO, ANSER



The National Academies | 500 Fifth St. N.W. | Washington, D.C. 20001
Copyright © National Academy of Sciences. All rights reserved.
Terms of Use and Privacy Statement



Below are the first 10 and last 10 pages of uncorrected machine-read text (when available) of this chapter, followed by the top 30 algorithmically extracted key phrases from the chapter as a whole.
Intended to provide our own search engines and external engines with highly rich, chapter-representative searchable text on the opening pages of each chapter. Because it is UNCORRECTED material, please consider the following text as a useful but insufficient proxy for the authoritative book pages.

Do not use for reproduction, copying, pasting, or reading; exclusively for search engines.

OCR for page 171
Educating the Engineer of 2020: Adapting Engineering Education to the New Century Appendix C NAE Engineer of 2020 National Education Summit National Academy of Engineering 2101 Constitution Ave. NW Washington DC 20418 Thursday, July 22, 2004 8:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast—GREAT HALL 8:45 Opening and Welcome—AUDITORIUM     Wm. A. Wulf, President, National Academy of Engineering Stephen Director, Dean of Engineering, University of Michigan and Chair, NAE Committee on Engineering Education G. Wayne Clough, President, Georgia Institute of Technology and Chair, Engineer of 2020 Steering Committee SESSION I: CHAIR, G. Wayne Clough 9:10 Keynote Presentation: Engineering Education in the 21st Century: An Industry View     Ruth David, President and CEO, ANSER

OCR for page 171
Educating the Engineer of 2020: Adapting Engineering Education to the New Century 9:50 Invited Panel: Innovation and Reform in Engineering Education     Panel Moderator, Ray Bowen, President Emeritus, Texas A&M University Gretchen Kalonji, Professor, University of Washington Arden Bement, Director, National Institute of Standards and Technology; Acting Director, National Science Foundation Linda Katehi, Dean, School of Engineering, Purdue University Bennett Stewart, III, Senior Partner, Stern Stewart & Co.   Follow-on discussion and Q&A in Town Hall Meeting format 11:05 BREAK—GREAT HALL 11:30 Keynote Presentation: Engineering Education in the 21st Century: A University View     Charles M. Vest, President, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 12:15 p.m. Lunch—THE REFECTORY SESSION II: CHAIR, Wm. A. Wulf 12:45 Address by Shirley Ann Jackson, President, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute SESSION III: CHAIR, G. Wayne Clough 1:15 Review of Engineer of 2020 Phase I Report—AUDITORIUM     Alice Agogino, Professor, University of California, Berkeley   Follow-on discussion and Q&A 1:45 Statement of Charge to Breakout Teams

OCR for page 171
Educating the Engineer of 2020: Adapting Engineering Education to the New Century 2:00 Breakout Sessions     Attendees will be distributed among five breakout teams. The teams will be given the afternoon to respond to the team assignments. Teams can determine their own break schedules. Refreshments will be available throughout the afternoon.   A. An Education Philosophy and Strategy     Each breakout team is assigned an education philosophy below and is charged to develop a strategy for achieving the long-term goals of a successful engineering education model in 2020 within the framework represented by that philosophy.     Group 1, NAS 150       Leader, James Wagner, President, Emory University       Propose an undergraduate engineering education model(s) that meets the aspirations expressed in the Engineer of 2020 Report assuming conventional constraints are not binding. Consider how much of the conventional curriculum should be retained, e.g., the calculus requirement.     Group 2, NAS 180       Leader, David Daniel, Dean of Engineering, University of Illinois       Propose an undergraduate engineering education model(s) that comes as close as possible to meeting the aspirations expressed in the Engineer of 2020 Report while remaining within conventional constraints such as the “four-year” curriculum and ABET requirements. How will we add new knowledge in areas like nanotechnology?

OCR for page 171
Educating the Engineer of 2020: Adapting Engineering Education to the New Century Group 3, NAS 250   Leader, Stephen Director, Dean of Engineering, University of Michigan   Propose new pedagogical approaches that should be used to educate engineering graduates for 2020 with respect to accommodating differences in learning styles, the changing nature of the student graduating from high school, new options offered by educational technology, problem-based education, “just in time” material delivery, and interdisciplinary education. Group 4, Members Room   Leader, Alice Agogino, Professor, University of California, Berkeley   Explore the role of undergraduate engineering education in relation to liberal arts and social studies, and public policy. What should engineering do to promote preparation for management, law, medicine, and other professions? How should topics like management and leadership be accommodated? Group 5, NAS Board Room   Leader, Kent Fuchs, Dean of Engineering, Cornell University   Propose revisions for department and faculty roles needed to meet the engineering education needs of graduates in the year 2020. Should all engineering faculty be required to have a Ph.D.? Should experience be required for capstone courses? How can the professoriate be diversified to better reflect the population at large? Can department expectations allow for flexibility in individual faculty expectations?

OCR for page 171
Educating the Engineer of 2020: Adapting Engineering Education to the New Century   B. Setting an Action Agenda     Keeping in mind the philosophy assigned and strategy developed in part A, breakout teams will develop an action agenda to achieve their desired goals.       1. List the things in engineering education that should be changed immediately (short-term) and would not require significant support from external communities. Choose the three most important things on the list and describe the rationale for their selection. 2. List the things in engineering education that should be changed in the immediate or near-term but would likely require support from external communities. Choose the three most important things on the list and describe the rationale for their selection. 3. List the things in engineering education that should not be changed and that should be sustained in the new century. These will be considered constraints as the team develops plans to make the changes identified above. 4. Consider the questions listed in the addendum as the action agenda is being developed. 5:00 Reception—GREAT HALL Friday, July 23, 2004 8:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast—GREAT HALL SESSION IV: CHAIR, Wm. A. Wulf 9:00 Review of Day 1—AUDITORIUM G. Wayne Clough

OCR for page 171
Educating the Engineer of 2020: Adapting Engineering Education to the New Century 9:30 Keynote Address Engineering Education in the 21st Century: An Industry View     Nicholas Donofrio, Senior Vice President, Technology and Manufacturing, IBM SESSION V: CHAIR, G. Wayne Clough 10:10 Team Reports with Q&A   Teams will present their proposed strategies and action agendas to the full assembly. The audience will have an opportunity to critique and react to the proposals. 11:25 BREAK—Teams move to breakout rooms 11:40 Breakout Sessions—same meeting rooms   Breakout teams meet to create action plans considering feedback from the full assembly.   C. Creating an Action Plan     Prepare a plan to make the three most important immediate changes and the three most important near-term changes identified in step B above. Keep in mind the constraints the team has agreed upon in step B.3 above. The action plans should include short- and medium-term milestones as needed, metrics to assess and evaluate the impact of the recommended changes, and mechanisms for feedback and continuous improvement. Consider the questions below as the details of the plan are developed. 12:00 p.m. Lunch (working lunch served in breakout rooms) 1:30 Plenary Session—AUDITORIUM   Teams present their action plans. 2:45 Closing Remarks (Clough, Wulf) 3:00 Adjourn

OCR for page 171
Educating the Engineer of 2020: Adapting Engineering Education to the New Century ADDENDUM POSSIBLE QUESTIONS FOR THE BREAKOUT SESSIONS 1. Outcome Goals for Engineering Graduates   a. What technical and professional knowledge should be expected of an individual called an “engineer” in 2020?   b. Given their likely social and political environments, what additional knowledge and skills will be required beyond those currently expected of engineering graduates (e.g., leadership, civic involvement, public policy, etc.)?   c. Will any skills currently assumed of engineering graduates be superfluous because of changes in technology or society?   d. What knowledge, skills, and abilities will best position domestic students to compete in a global marketplace?   e. How can formal education be better integrated with informal and lifelong learning by engineering graduates?   f. How do we attract and engage the broadest range of talent as future engineers?   g. How do we better provide fluency in operating in diverse intellectual and cultural environments to our graduates? 2. Curricula, Laboratories, and Learning Technologies   a. What experiences can we provide to best prepare our students for their future working environments?   b. How do we balance disciplinary depth with the interdisciplinary challenges of real-world problems?   c. How do we best address the technological knowledge needs of non-majors?

OCR for page 171
Educating the Engineer of 2020: Adapting Engineering Education to the New Century   d. Should wider adoption be made of block scheduling and other efforts to overcome the tyranny of the current academic units such as the course and the semester? 3. Teaching, Learning, and Assessment Processes   a. How do we ensure the continuing currency of our curricula?   b. Can accreditation better recognize proficiency in teaching and learning practices or are alternative processes necessary?   c. How can assessments that better reflect the situations and knowledge that we will expect of graduates?   d. Out of class learning experiences can be valuable in broadening the education for an engineering graduate; how can we formalize activities like service, internships, leadership workshops, study abroad, team competitions, and so on? 4. Faculty, Departments, and Institutions   a. How do we better prepare current and future faculty for their roles as guides and mentors?   b. How can be better balance the teaching of practical and theoretical engineering knowledge and skills?   c. Can engineering departments accommodate a service course function as a means to address the needs of non-majors?   d. How do we overcome the barriers to departmental and institutional evolution and change?   e. Do we need to change and can we change the faculty reward and tenure systems?

OCR for page 171
Educating the Engineer of 2020: Adapting Engineering Education to the New Century 5. External Influences and Constraints on Engineering Education   a. How can engineering education adapt to and engage an increasingly diverse student population?   b. How can engineering education better accommodate fluctuations in domestic and global economic cycles?   c. How can information technologies that allow the blurring of time and place best be exploited to provide flexible and continuing education?   d. How do we best anticipate and exploit consolidation within higher education?   e. What strategies will be necessary for the survival of engineering education in political environments where states (and corporations) invest less and less in higher education, but expect ever higher returns on their investments?

OCR for page 171
Educating the Engineer of 2020: Adapting Engineering Education to the New Century NAE ENGINEER OF 2020 NATIONAL EDUCATION SUMMIT National Academy of Engineering 2101 Constitution Ave. NW Washington DC 20418 Attendees Alice Agogino* President Association of Academic Women, UC Berkeley University of California, Berkeley 5136 Etcheverry Hall Berkeley, CA 94720 P: 510-642-6450 aagogino@me.berkeley.edu John Anderson Provost and University Vice President Case Western Reserve University 10900 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44106-7001 P: 216-368-4346 johna@case.edu Rich Anderson President-elect ABET President, SOMAT 26445 Northline Road Taylor, MI 48180 P: 734-946-1147 Tim Anderson Professor University of Florida 300 Weil Hall Gainesville, FL 32611 P: 352-392-0946 tim@ufl.edu Cynthia Atman Director, Center for Engineering, Learning, and Teaching University of Washington Room 223, Engineering Annex Box 352180 Seattle, WA 98195 P: 206-616-2171 atman@engr.washington.edu Frank Barnes Distinguished Professor University of Colorado, Boulder Engineering Center ECOT 250 Boulder, CO 80309 P: 303-492-8225 barnes@colorado.edu *   Engineer of 2020 Phase II Committee Member.

OCR for page 171
Educating the Engineer of 2020: Adapting Engineering Education to the New Century Cathleen Barton U.S. Education Manager Intel 5000 W. Chandler Blvd. CH2-135 Chandler, AZ 85226 P: 480-554-2514 cathleen.a.barton@intel.com Arden Bement Acting Director National Science Foundation 4201 Wilson Blvd. Arlington, VA 22230 P: 703-292-9232 abement@nsf.gov Barry Benedict Dean, College of Engineering University of Texas at El Paso Office of the Dean, E-230 500 West University Ave El Paso, TX 79968 P: 915-747-5460 babenedict@utep.edu Joe Bordogna Deputy Director National Science Foundation 4201 Wilson Boulevard 1205N Arlington, VA 22230 P: 703-292-8001 jbordogn@nsf.gov Anjan Bose Dean, College of Engineering and Architecture Washington State University Dana 146 Pullman, WA 99164 P: 509-335-5593 bose@wsu.edu Ray Bowen President Texas A&M University MS 3123 Mechanical Engineering Dept. College Station, TX 77843 P: 979-862-2955 r-bowen@tamu.edu John Brighton Assistant Director for Engineering National Science Foundation 4201 Wilson Boulevard 505N Arlington, VA 22230 P: 703-292-8300 jbrighto@nsf.gov George Bugliarello President Emeritus Polytechnic University 6 Metrotech Center Brooklyn, NY 11201 P: 718-260-3330 gbugliar@poly.edu

OCR for page 171
Educating the Engineer of 2020: Adapting Engineering Education to the New Century Ilene Busch-Vishniac Professor Johns Hopkins University 219 Latrobe Hall Baltimore, MD 21218 P: 410-516-8777 ilenebv@jhu.edu Slade Cargill Chair, Department of Materials Science and Engineering Lehigh University Whitaker Laboratory 5 East Packer Avenue Bethlehem, PA 18015 P: 610-758-4207 gsc3@lehigh.edu RPH Chang Director, Materials Research Institute Northwestern University 2220 Campus Drive Evanston, IL 60208 P: 847-491-3537 r-chang@northwestern.edu Paul Citron Retired VP, Technology Policy and Academic Relations Medtronic 710 Medtronic Parkway, NE Minneapolis, MN 55432 P: 763-505-2924 paulcitron@msn.com Wayne Clough* (Chair, steering committee) President Georgia Institute of Technology 225 North Avenue, NW Atlanta, GA 30332 P: 404-894-5051 wayne.clough@carnegie.gatech.edu David Craig Director, Application Development Reliant Energy 1201 Louisiana Street, #884 Houston, TX 77022 P: 713-488-4321 ggray01@reliant.com David Daniel Dean, College of Engineering University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 306 Engineering Hall, MC 266 1308 W. Green Street Urbana, IL 61801 P: 217-333-2150 dedaniel@uiuc.edu Ruth David President and CEO ANSER 2900 S. Quincy Street Suite 800 Arlington, VA 22206 P: 703-416-3197 ruth.david@anser.org

OCR for page 171
Educating the Engineer of 2020: Adapting Engineering Education to the New Century Lance Davis Executive Officer National Academy of Engineering 500 Fifth Street, NW Washington, DC 20001 P: 202-334-3677 ldavis@nae.edu Eugene Deloatch Dean, College of Engineering Morgan State University Room 118, Engineering Building Baltimore, MD 21251 P: 443-885-3231 deloatch@eng.morgan.edu Warren DeVries Division Director, ENG/DMII National Science Foundation 4201 Wilson Blvd. Arlington, VA 22230 P: 703-292-8330 wdevries@nsf.gov Rick Dill Hitachi Global Storage 650 Harry Road, C1 San Jose, CA 95120 P: 408-323-7228 rick.dill@hgst.com Stephen W. Director Robert J. Vlasic Dean of Engineering University of Michigan 1221 Beal Avenue Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2102 P: 734-647-7010 director@umich.edu Nick Donofrio Senior Vice President IBM New Orchard Road Armonk, NY 10504 P: 914-499-4200 nmd@us.ibm.com Dianne Dorland Dean, College of Engineering Rowan University Rowan Hall Glassboro, NJ 08028 P: 856.256.5300 dorland@rowan.edu James Duderstadt President Emeritus University of Michigan 2001 Media Union Ann Arbor, MI 48109 P: 734-647-7300 jjd@umich.edu Glen Ellis Professor of Engineering Education Smith College Pickering Engineering Program Northampton, MA 01063 P: 413-585-4598 gellis@email.smith.edu

OCR for page 171
Educating the Engineer of 2020: Adapting Engineering Education to the New Century Don Falkenburg Director, Greenfield Coalition for New Manufacturing Education Wayne State University 87 E. Ferry Rd. Detroit, MI 48202 P: 313-874-7010 falken@mie.eng.wayne.edu Pat Farrell Director of CAE College of Engineering University of Wisconsin-Madison 2630 Engineering Hall 1415 Engineering Drive Madison, WI 53706 P: 608-262-3484 farrell@engr.wisc.edu Norman Fortenberry Director, Center for the Advancement of Scholarship on Engineering Education National Academy of Engineering 500 Fifth Street, NW Washington, DC 20001 P: 202-334-1926 nfortenb@nae.edu Eli Fromm Professor Drexel University CAT 179 Philadelphia, PA 19104 P: 215-895-2201 fromme@drexel.edu Jeff Froyd Foundation Coalition Texas A&M 3578 TAMU College Station, TX 77843 P: 979-845-7574 froyd@tamu.edu Kent Fuchs Dean, College of Engineering Cornell University Carpenter Hall Ithaca, NY 14853-2201 P: 607-255-9679 engineering_dean@cornell.edu Don Giddens Dean, College of Engineering Georgia Tech 225 North Avenue Atlanta, GA 30332-0360 P: 404-894-6825 don.giddens@coe.gatech.edu Deborah Grubbe* Corporate Director, Safety and Health DuPont Company 1007 Market St. D. 6064 Wilmington, DE 19898 P: 302-773-0299 deborah.l.grubbe@usa.dupont.com

OCR for page 171
Educating the Engineer of 2020: Adapting Engineering Education to the New Century Esin Gulari Division Director, ENG/CTS National Science Foundation 4201 Wilson Blvd. Arlington, VA 22230 P: 703-292-8370 egulari@nsf.gov Bruce Hamilton Division Director, ENG/BES National Science Foundation 4201 Wilson Blvd. Arlington, VA 22230 P: 703-292-8320 bhamilto@nsf.gov Jeanette Harrison Director, Knowledge & Learning Intel Corporation 5000 West Chandler Blvd. MS CH2-152 Chandler, AZ 85226 P: 480-554-2277 jeanette.k.harrison@intel.com Randy Hinrichs* Group Program Manager Learning Science and Technology Microsoft Corporation 1 Microsoft Way Redmond, WA 98052 P: 425-703-5524 randyh@microsoft.com Frank Huband Executive Director ASEE 1818 N Street, NW Suite 600 Washington, DC 20036 P: 202-331-3545 f.huband@asee.org Shirley Ann Jackson President RPI President’s Office 110 8th Street Troy Building Troy, NY 12180 P: 518-276-6211 president@rpi.edu Leah Jamieson Associate Dean of Engineering Purdue University 465 Northwestern Avenue West Lafayette, IN 47907 P: 765-494-4966 lhj@purdue.edu Jim Johnson Dean, College of Engineering Howard University Downing Hall Washington, DC 20059 P: 202-806-6577 jj@scs.howard.edu

OCR for page 171
Educating the Engineer of 2020: Adapting Engineering Education to the New Century Kristina Johnson Dean, College of Engineering Duke University 305 Teer Building Box 90271 Durham, NC 27708 P: 919-660-5386 tammy.sorrell@duke.edu Wayne Johnson Executive Director, Worldwide University Relations Hewlett-Packard Corp. 1501 Page Mill Rd MS 1167 Palo Alto, CA 94304 P: 650-857-4257 wayne.johnson@hp.com Marshall Jones Sr. Mechanical Engineer GE Corporate R&D One Research Circle Building KW, Room C289 Niskayuna, NY 12309 P: 518-387-5528 jonesmg@crd.ge.com Russel Jones President, WFEO Committee on Capacity Building 2001 Mayfair McLean Court Falls Church, VA 22043 RCJonesPE@aol.com Gretchen Kalonji Kyocera Professor of Materials Science University of Washington 302 Roberts Hall Box 352120 Seattle, WA 98195 P: 206-543-1151 kalonji@u.washington.edu Linda Katehi Dean of Engineering Purdue University 400 Centennial Mall Drive West Lafayette, IN 47907 P: 765-494-5346 katehi@ecn.purdue.edu Alan Kay Senior Fellow Hewlett-Packard 1209 Grand Central Avenue Glendale, CA 91201 P: 818-332-3003 alan.kay@hp.com Sue Kemnitzer Dep. Division Director National Science Foundation Division of Engineering Education and Centers 4201 Wilson Blvd. 585N Arlington, VA 22230 P: 703-292-8383 skemnitz@nsf.gov

OCR for page 171
Educating the Engineer of 2020: Adapting Engineering Education to the New Century Bruce Kramer Director, Division of Engineering Education and Centers National Science Foundation 4201 Wilson Blvd. 585N Arlington, VA 22230 P: 703-292-8380 bkramer@nsf.gov John Linehan Vice President Whitaker Foundation 1700 N. Moore Street Arlington, VA 22209 P: 703-528-2430 linehan@whitaker.org Tom Mahoney Principal, QB Analysis 4023 Greystone Drive Morgantown, WV 26508 P: 304-594-0319 tcmahoney@mindspring.com Louis Martin-Vega Dean, College of Engineering University of South Florida ENB135 Tampa, FL 33620 P: 813-974-3780 lmartinv@eng.usf.edu Mary Mattis Staff Officer National Academy of Engineering 500 Fifth Street, NW Washington, DC 20001 P: 202-334-2041 mmattis@nae.edu Gary May Professor, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering Georgia Tech Van Leer Electrical Engineering Bldg. 777 Atlantic Drive, NW Atlanta, GA 30332 P: 404-894-9420 gary.may@ece.gatech.edu Lueny Morell Hewlett Packard University Relations, HP Labs 1501 Page Mill Road Palo Alto, CA 94304 P: 787-819-7418 lueny.morell@hp.com Alfred Moye* Former Director of University Relations Hewlett-Packard 124 Gramercy Drive San Mateo, CA 94402 P: 650-347-1132 alfred.moye@hp.com Carol Muller President and CEO MentorNet San Jose State University One Washington Square San Jose, CA 95192 P: 408-924-4065 cbmuller@mentornet.net

OCR for page 171
Educating the Engineer of 2020: Adapting Engineering Education to the New Century John Mulvey Founding Member, Bendheim Center for Finance Princeton University 26 Prospect Avenue Princeton, NJ 08540 P: 609-258-5423 mulvey@princeton.edu Vijaya Narapareddy Associate Professor, School of Management University of Denver 2199 S. University Blvd. BA 438, DCB Denver, CO 80208 P: 303-871-2198 vnarapar@du.edu Priscilla Nelson Senior Advisor, ENG/OAD National Science Foundation 4201 Wilson Blvd. Arlington, VA 22230 P: 703-292-7018 pnelson@nsf.gov Mal O’Neill CTO Lockheed Martin Corp 6801 Rockledge Drive Mail Point 380 Bethesda, MD 20817 P: 301-897-6867 mal.o’neill@lmco.com Simon Ostrach* Wilbert J. Austin Distinguished Professor of Engineering Case Western Reserve University 103 Crawford Hall 10900 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44106 P: 216-368-0749 sostrach@ncmr.org Jamie Ostroha National Materials Advisory Board National Research Council 500 Fifth Street, NW Washington, DC 20001 P: 202-334-3505 jostroha@nas.edu Panos Papamichalis Chairman, Department of Electrical Engineering Southern Methodist University 3145 Dyer Street Dallas, TX 75275 P: 214-768-4905 panos@engr.smu.edu Ron Paulson Vice President Lockheed Martin Corporation Engineering and Engineering Process Improvement 6801 Rockledge Drive Mail Point 380 Bethesda, MD 20817

OCR for page 171
Educating the Engineer of 2020: Adapting Engineering Education to the New Century Paul Peercy Dean, College of Engineering University of Wisconsin-Madison 1415 Engineering Drive Madison, WI 53706 P: 608-262-3482 peercy@engr.wisc.edu Catherine Peters Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, School of Engineering and Applied Science Princeton University C-222, Engineering Quad Princeton, NJ 08544 P: 609-258-5645 cap@princeton.edu George Peterson President ABET 111 Market Place Suite 1050 Baltimore, MD 21202 P: 410-347-7700 Russ Pimmel Lead Program Director, Division of Undergraduate Education National Science Foundation 4201 Wilson Blvd. Arlington, VA 22230 P: 703-292-4618 rpimmel@nsf.gov James Plummer Dean of Engineering Stanford University Terman Engineering Center, Room 214 Stanford, CA 94305 P: 650-723-3938 plummer@ee.stanford.edu Lynn Preston Deputy Division Director, ENG/EEC National Science Foundation 4201 Wilson Blvd. Arlington, VA 22230 P: 703-292-8381 lpreston@nsf.gov Michael Reischmann Deputy Assistant Director, ENG/OAD National Science Foundation 4201 Wilson Blvd. Arlington, VA 22230 P: 703-292-8301 mreischm@nsf.gov Mike Roco Senior Advisor for Nanotechnology National Science Foundation 4201 Wilson Blvd. Arlington, VA 22230 P: 703-292-8301 mroco@nsf.gov

OCR for page 171
Educating the Engineer of 2020: Adapting Engineering Education to the New Century Jeff Russell Chair, Civil Engineering University of Wisconsin-Madison 2258 Engineering Hall 1415 Engineering Drive Madison, WI 53706 P: 608-262-7244 russell@engr.wisc.edu James Schaffer Professor and Director of Engineering Lafayette College 308 Acopian Engineering Center Easton, PA 18042 P: 610-330-5403 schaffej@lafayette.edu Lyle Schwartz Director Air Force Office of Scientific Research 4015 Wilson Blvd. #713 Arlington, VA 22203 P: 703-696-7551 lyle.schwartz@afosr.af.mil Elane Scott Future Workforce Strategist Consultant The Boeing Company 11044 Thesis Avenue Whittier, CA 90604 P: 562-797-4358 elane.v.scott@boeing.com Bruce Seely Chair, Department of Social Sciences Michigan Technological University 1400 Townsend Drive Houghton, MI 49931 P: 906-487-2113 bseely@mtu.edu Subrata Sengupta Dean, College of Engineering University of Michigan-Dearborn 2180 Engineering Complex Dearborn, MI 48128 P: 313-593-5290 razal@engin.umd.umich.edu Ernest Smerdon* Emeritus Dean of Engineering University of Arizona Tucson, AZ 85721 P: 520-577-7464 ej6721@aol.com Lee Snapp Dean, College of Engineering Salish Kootenai College Indigenous Math and Science Institute PO Box 70 Pablo, MT 59855 P: 406-275-4800 lee_snapp@skc.edu

OCR for page 171
Educating the Engineer of 2020: Adapting Engineering Education to the New Century Bennett Stewart Senior Partner Stern Stewart and Company 135 East 57th, 22nd Floor New York, NY 10022 P: 212-261-0747 gbstewart@sternstewart.com William Sullivan Senior Scholar, Co-director of the Preparation for the Professions Program Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching 51 Vista Lane Stanford, CA 94305-8703 P: 650-566-5100 Sullivan@carnegiefoundation.org Richard Taber Corporate and Foundations Relations Consultant National Science Foundation 4201 Wilson Blvd. Arlington, VA 22230 P: 703-292-4639 rtaber@nsf.gov Galip Ulsoy Director, ENG/CMS National Science Foundation 4201 Wilson Blvd. Arlington, VA 22230 P: 703-292-8360 aulsoy@nsf.gov Usha Varshney Program Director, ENG/ECS National Science Foundation 4201 Wilson Blvd. Arlington, VA 22230 P: 703-292-8339 uvarshne@nsf.gov Charles Vest President MIT 77 Massachusetts Ave., Rm 3-208 Cambridge, MA 02139-4307 P: 617-253-0044 cmvest@mit.edu James Wagner President Emory University 201 Dowman Drive 408 Administration Bldg. Atlanta, GA 30322 P: 404-727-6013 wagner@emory.edu Ardie Walser Associate Dean, Engineering Administration City College of New York 138th Street and Convent Avenue New York, NY 10031 P: 212-650-7000 walser@ccny.cuny.edu

OCR for page 171
Educating the Engineer of 2020: Adapting Engineering Education to the New Century Bevlee Watford Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Virginia Tech 212 Hancock Hall (0275) Blacksburg, VA 24061 P: 540-231-3244 deuce@vt.edu Karan Watson* Associate Provost and Dean of Faculties Texas A&M University 607 Rudder Tower 1126 TAMU College Station, TX 77843 P: 979-845-4274 watson@tamu.edu Barbara Waugh Co-founder, Worldwide e-Inclusion Hewlett-Packard Labs 1501 Page Mill Road, MS 1167 Palo Alto, CA 94304 P: 650-857-2273 barbara.waugh@hp.com James Williams Dean, College of Engineering Ohio State 142 Hitchcock Hall 2070 Neil Avenue Columbus, OH 43210 P: 614-292-2651 williams.1726@osu.edu David Wisler* Manager, University Programs and Aero Technology Labs GE Aircraft Engines M/S A411 1 Neumann Way Cincinnati, OH 45215 P: 513-243-2905 dave.wisler@ae.ge.com David Wormley Dean of Engineering Pennsylvania State University 101 Hammond Bldg. University Park, PA 16802 P: 814-865-7537 dnwdo@engr.psu.edu Wm. A. Wulf President National Academy of Engineering 2101 Constitution Ave., NW Washington, DC 20001 P: 202-334-3201 wwulf@nae.edu