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Sessions

Session History
Date Session Topic(s)/Moderators/Presenters Resources and Session Video
Oct. 10, 2013 Introduction, Kevin Passino Recording.  Modified Nov. 6, 2013
May 30, 2014 Dean's Panel on Scholarship in Engineering Service Learning and Humanitarian Engineering, Dean Amr Elnashai (Penn State Univ), Dean Leah Jamieson (Purdue Univ), Dean Stephen Silliman (Gonzaga Univ) Recording and supplementary material: Slides
Nov. 12, 2014, 3:30pm Creating a New Hand Pump Solution in Africa, Greg Bixler, Ohio State University EEIC, Design Outreach Recording and supplementary material: Talk abstract and biography, slides for talkmovie 1, and movie 2
May 20, 2015, 12:00pm Engineering Justice: Transforming Engineering Education and Practice, Jon Leydens and Juan Lucena, Colorado School of Mines Recording and supplementary material: Slides

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Two types of "sessions":

1. Topic-based session (see "Topics" tab) with moderator:

  • The "Presenter" ("topic moderator," chosen by the leadership or suggested by the group) generates an agenda for a particular topic of interest.
  • The ‘Presenter’ leads the discussion on each issue, keeping to the time schedule/agenda.
  • In some cases, a "panel" of individuals will be asked to respond to questions by the moderator on a topic.
  • The session is recorded and posted along with suggested documents and links as shown below.

2. Single-presenter session:

  • Similar to a conference, a presenter (chosen by the leadership, or suggested by the group) presents an electonic presentation (e.g., power point) on a topic of broad interest.
  • The “Host” moderates (e.g., keeps presenter to time constraints and calls on participants with questions).
  • The session is opened up for questions after the talk (host picks who is to allowed to ask a question, tries to keep subsequent discussion from wandering off-track).
  • Limit talk to 45min, question/answer to 15 min. This case is much like a standard conference format.
  • The session is recorded and posted with suggested documents and links as shown below.