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Education Summit

  • May 28–31, 2019
    Dallas, TX

    Technological and educational changes are occurring at ever-increasing rates, promoting more entrepreneurial thinking and the importance of experiential and lifelong learning. Now is the time to reflect on where we have been, where we are, and what will be needed in the future for civil engineering education. How can we prepare future civil engineers to anticipate and adapt to societal needs in 2045? 2060? 2070?

    Discussion topics include:

    • Incorporating entrepreneurial thinking
    • Experiential and lifelong learning
    • Multi-disciplinary approaches to challenges

    Download Agenda (PDF)

    Hosted by Southern Methodist University
    Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
    Caruth Institute for Engineering Education

    Who should attend?

    • civil engineering educators
    • civil engineering practitioners
    • anyone with an interest in civil engineering
    • education and innovation

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    Call for Abstracts

    ASCE Education Summit is seeking 200-word abstracts that address curriculum innovation at your institution, in either a subject area of Civil and Environmental Engineering or a broader department wide transformation, which will be effective in educating engineers for the 21st century. 10 abstracts will be chosen to present at the Education Summit using a PechaKucha format.

    Call for Abstracts deadline: March 1, 2019

    Download Call for Abstracts (PDF)

    Submit abstracts to: Leslie Nolen, lnolen@asce.org

    National ASCE Department Heads Conference follows, May 30–31, 2019

    Brought to you by the Civil Engineering Department Heads Council of the American Society of Civil Engineers

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