Presentation on theme: "Educational Activities Mark J. T. Smith, Purdue University ECEDHA President February 16, 2008 EAB Meeting, Louisville KY."— Presentation transcript:
Educational Activities Mark J. T. Smith, Purdue University ECEDHA President February 16, 2008 EAB Meeting, Louisville KY
2008 Globalization Workshop February 4-7, 2008, in Santa Clara Loews Coronado Bay Resort Keynote Presentations l Jim Melsa, ASEE President l Wayne Johnson, VP University Relations Worldwide, HP l Om Nalamasu, CTO, Applied Materials l John Kent, VP Technology Development, AMI Semiconductor. l Genevieve Bell, Director of User Experience, Intel
Tuesday Keynote talk--Paul Penfield, Professor Emeritus, MIT l Session 1: Current globalization programs l Session 2: How ABET can help with global awareness and preparation to students. l Session 3: Expectations for ECE Academic Programs in 2020.
ECEDHA and IEEE CEAA 1. Does ABET criterion 2 provide useful information for you to modify and improve your program? 2. Do ABET-specified outcomes enable you to determine whether your program is accomplishing its goals? 3. In the absence of a ABET requirement, would your programs continue outcomes-based assessment? ECEDHA to provide requested feedback to IEEE CEAA during its open forum.