|LITEE conducted wokshop on February 24 and 25, 2003|
|Information about Workshop|
On February 24 and 25, 2003; the LITEE team held a workshop at the Auburn Hotel and Conference Center where 28 faculty member from 27 different four-year, two-year, and K-12 institutions participated. Click here to see the full agenda for the workshop.
The event lasted for two days, with a banquet in which awards were given to industry partners.
The participants shared their vision of how the work at their institutions would match with the vision of LITEE to develop the DUE NSF National Dissemination Proposal to be submitted during June 2003.
The highlights of the conference were:
- Auburn University students discuss Lorn Case Study
- Dr. Nam Suh, MIT researcher and professor, delivering 2003 LITEE Distinguished Lecture
- Dr. Roger Salters, Program Director from National Science Foundation, delivering keynote speech
- Dr. Patricia Mead, National Academy of Engineering, delivers keynote speech on "Scripting the Future for Engineering Education."
- Dr. Jeffrey Froyd, Director of Academic Development in the Dwight Look College of Engineering, Texas A&M University, delivers a speech "What comes before How do I teach?"
- Presentations by Faculty as well as Students
|Photos from the Workshop:|
The workshop was conducted for two days. Here is a quick glimpse of the two days : Photos
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