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Infusing Real World Experiences into Engineering Education--List of Nominated Programs Quality programs that infuse real world experience into engineering education can be found throughout the United States. Following are the programs nominated but not selected as models for this report, and who provided permission to be listed. Lead Institution: Project Name, Website (if available) Baylor University: A Multi-Faceted Strategy at Baylor University to Produce Entrepreneurial Engineers Boston University: Societal Engineer, Brigham Young University: Integrated Product and Process Design, California State University, Los Angeles: Professional Practice Program, California State University, Sacramento: The California Smart Grid Center Helping make Smart Grid a reality, Colorado School of Mines: YouTube Fridays, Columbia University: Senior Design Course in Biomedical Engineering, Columbia University: Engineering Better Human Health in Africa, Cornell University: Integration of Simulation Technology into Engineering Curricula, Dartmouth College: ENGS 89/90 Engineering Design Methodology and Project Initiation/Completion, Drexel University: weServe Program, Drexel University: PIRE: A 3-tier Infrastructure to Advance Humanoid Research, Duke University: Engineers for International Development and the Duke Chapter of Engineers Without Borders, and Duke University: Devices for People with Disabilities, Duke University: Engineering World Health Summer Institute, Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering: SCOPE (Senior Capstone Program in Engineering), Gannon University: Scholars of Excellence in Engineering and Computer Science (SEECS), Georgia Institute of Technology: The InVenture Prize, Georgia Institute of Technology: Industry Focused Senior Design at Georgia Tech ISyE, Johns Hopkins University: Longitudinal Design Teams, Louisiana Tech University: Living with the Lab, Michigan State University: Cornerstone Engineering / Residential Experience (CoRe), Middle Tennessee State University: Industry projects to facilitate classroom learning, Massachusetts Institute of Technology: The Beaverworks Program Collaboration and Innovation in Real World DesignBuild Capstone Projects New Jersey Institute of Technology: Concrete Industry Management (CIM), New York Institute of Technology: NYIT-Intrepid Design Competition, Northeastern University: The Gordon Undergraduate Engineering Leadership Program, Northwestern University: Global Health Technologies, Ohio Northern University: Incorporation of Poverty Alleviation in Third World Countries in a First-Year Engineering Capstone Course, Ohio University: Designing to Make a Difference, Ohio University: Global Consulting Project-Argentina, Penn State University - Wilkes-Barre Campus: Developing a High Altitude Balloon program at Penn State Wilkes-Barre, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology: Back in Black: Multifaceted Curriculum Development, St. Ambrose University: Program for Assistive Technologies for the Underprivileged, Temple University: Senior Project I and II, The Ohio State University: Multidisciplinary Engineering Capstone Design Program, 36