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RMS ASEE 2019 Co-Chairs

Drs. Andrea C Burrows & Mike Borowczak

1000 E. University Ave Dept 3315

Laramie, WY 82071-2000

Email: andrea.burrows@uwyo.edu

2019 ASEE RMS Conference

May 19-21, 2019 University of Wyoming

 


 

Schedule at a Glance:

SCHEDULE AT A GLANCE

LOCATION

MAP GRID

SUNDAY

1130-430 PM

WRNA pre-conference Meeting

EERB

[D7]

5-8 PM

Registration,  Social,  Dinner & Keynote

Rochelle

[R11]

MONDAY

8-9 AM

Registration & Breakfast

EERB

[D7]

9-930 AM

Keynote

EERB

[D7]

935-1135 AM

Sessions 1 & 2

EERB/ENZI

[D7|C7]

1135-1230 PM

Lunch & Keynote

EERB

[D7]

1235-435 PM

Sessions 3-6

EERB/ENZI

[D7|C7]

5-8 PM

Poster Session / Dinner and Keynote

O’Dwyer’s

[J12]

TUESDAY

8-9 AM

Registration & Breakfast

EERB

[D7]

9-12 PM

Sessions 7-9

EERB

[D7]

12-1 PM

Awards & Lunch

EERB

[D7]

Conference Details

The Rocky Mountain Section of the ASEE is will hold the 2019 conference in beautiful Laramie, Wyoming May 18th-19th, 2019.

Current Program: Web-Detailed | PDF (tentative, rooms subject to change)

Found an error? Need help updating an abstract or other components? Reach out to the conference chairs.


The schedule includes 43 unique submissions including 12 active engagement sessions, 23 papers (10 short, 13 full), and another 9 posters. Should you have a hard conflict, please let us know and we'll do our best to accommodate you.

If you are presenting a poster the preferred size dimension is 24 in (h) x 36 in (w) – though we can accommodate 36 x 48 if needed.

For paper presentation and active engagement sessions: Each room will have a laptop and projection capabilities, but to save time, upload your presentation materials to the conference management site by:

  1. Viewing the timetable above,
  2. finding your presentation,
  3. clicking the pencil in the upper right (next to the time) and then
  4. “Manage Materials,” finally,
  5. Upload your presentation or add a link to your presentation materials.

Uploading your documents prior to the conference and your session will greatly reduce our transition time allowing everyone time to present and field questions while not dealing with transferring and finding information on USB devices and emails.

Venue Details

The RMS ASEE conference will be hosted in three locations on or near campus. For reference - here is a map of campus (one will be provided at registration as well); locations referenced by [LETTERNUMBER] correspond to the map.

  • Sunday Reception / Networking / Dinner (5-8 PM):
  • Monday/Tuesday Breakfast/Lunch and Sessions (M8:15-4:30 & T8:15-1):
    • Engineering Education Research Building [D7]
      with a few sessions next door in ENZI STEM [C7]
      1111  E. Lewis Street,
      Laramie, WY 82072
    • Nearest Parking Lot Near Education [G8] (the lot mentioned in earlier emails will be closed for maintenance)
       
  • Monday Dinner & Poster Session (5-8PM):

 

Maps with key locations, as well as other transit information, are included in the following handout

 

 

While this site includes an FAQ, interested parties should reach out to Andrea.Burrows@uwyo.edu and/or Mike.Borowczak@uwyo.edu with any additional questions.

 

Original Call for Paper, Poster and Experiential Session Presentations

Authors are invited to submit a paper (short and full-length manuscripts), poster, or active engagement session (1-hour activity with introduction & wrap-up) in one of two tracks at the conference (collegiate or K-12 engineering education). Papers are included in the open-access proceedings. Possible topics may include (but are not limited to) the following:

Innovative Curricula or Courses • First Year Engineering Programs • Approaches to Interdisciplinary Engineering •
Distance or Online Learning in Engineering • Engineering K-12 Outreach Programs • Experiential Learning • Engineering and Technology Collaboration • Faculty Professional Development • New Faculty Development or Mentoring • ABET Accreditation Projects • Engineering Recruitment or Retention • Partnerships • Multidisciplinary Approaches • Teaching/Learning Practices • Capstone Design Courses or Projects • International Experiences • Ethics and Professional Practice • Teaching Engineering Soft Skills

We encourage authors to submit other topics of interest to the engineering education community. We encourage young faculty, collegiate and K-12 educators, and graduate students to participate. Authors submit an abstract for initial review. Following acceptance of an abstract, authors submit a short or full manuscript (in either collegiate or K-12 engineering education), which is peer-reviewed to determine acceptance. Submitting authors are asked to participate in the peer review process. Authors are expected to present their papers at the conference to facilitate the transfer of knowledge through discussion and debate. All accepted papers that are presented by a registered author are included in the final conference proceedings, and preference is given to accepted full manuscripts. An author/co-author can be associated with as many papers/presentations as is appropriate, but a registrant may only serve as the presenter of record on a maximum of three presentations.

Schedule for Submission of Session Abstracts and Papers

January 28  February 5, 2019 @ 11:59 MST
(hard deadline, final extension)

Abstracts due from authors

February 11 February 15, 2019 @ 11:59 MST

Abstract acceptance due to authors

March 15 March 27, 2019 @ 11:59 MST

Proposal submission due from authors

April 1 April 15, 2019 @ 11:59 MST

Reviewed submission/Acceptance due to authors

May 6, 2019 @ 11:59 MST

Final submission due from authors

May 9, 2019 @ 11:59 MST

Deadline to register for the conference

 

Submit a 250-300-word abstract in Word (.doc/.docx) or PDF (.pdf) file format by January 28  February 5, 2019 (hard deadline, final extension).

 


Frequently Asked Questions

How Much is Registration?

Registration cost is based on your participant type and when you register. Below is the cost-matrix, all prices are in USD.

 

Participant Type Early Registration
(Jan-April 10)
Registration
(April 10-May 6)
Late Registration
(May 7-14)

Onsite
(In-Person)

ASEE Member (non-student) $150 $200 $250 $300
Non-Member Faculty/Staff/Admin $200 $250 $300 $350
K-12 Teacher  $50 $100 $150 $200
Student (K12, Undergrad, Grad) $50 $75 $100 $150

 

 

 

 

 

 

What are the expectations for the different submission types?

The deliverables and conference expectations are based on the contribution types. Templates coming soon!

Contribution Type Abstract Phase

Proposal Submission

DUE March 27th

Final Submission

DUE May 6th

Conference Presentation
Short-Paper 250- 300 word short abstract 4-6 pages (double spaced, template) 10 minutes 
Full-Paper 7-12 pages (double spaced, template) 15 minutes
Active Engagement  Extended Abstract (template) 1 hr session
Poster

Extended Abstract
(template)
~2 pages

Poster
(optional template)
1 hr block w/multiple posters

 

 

Do I have to have my paper published in the proceedings?

No. You may opt-out of having you paper published in the electronic proceedings. You can NOT, however, opt-out of having you abstract published (print and electronic). You must still submit a complete short/full paper.

 

 

How do I submit or register for the conference?

RMS-ASEE-2019 uses the following Indico conference management system:  https://indico.uwcedar.online

In order to get started and submit and/or register for the 2019 RMS-ASEE conference follow these three simple steps.

1. Create an indico account

2. Confirm your Email address within an hour (add uwcedar.io@gmail.com to your whitelist)

3. Visit the RMS Submission management site

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RMS-ASEE

The 2019 Rocky Mountain Section (RMS) of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) is held in Laramie, Wyoming from Sunday, May 19th to Tuesday, May 21st, 2019. Sunday consists of an exploration day and community engagement get together while Monday and Tuesday features paper, poster, and active engagement sessions.


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RMS ASEE 2019 Co-Chairs

Drs. Andrea C Burrows & Mike Borowczak

1000 E. University Ave Dept 3315

Laramie, WY 82071-2000

Email: andrea.burrows@uwyo.edu

1000 E. University Ave. Laramie, WY 82071
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