2021 Virtual Conference


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ABOUT THE CONFERENCE

Conference Theme: Engineering Education goes Online

Dates: April 17th, 2021 held virtually

The conference is co-hosted by Rochester Institute of Technology’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID) and Cornell University and in collaboration with our colleagues from the New York State Cyber Security and Engineering Technology Association (NYSETA).

Nominations for the 2021 St. Lawrence Section Awards (Outstanding Teaching Award/Outstanding Educator Award) are due February 26th, 2021


REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Register here!

Fees:

  • Faculty and non-students: $20
  • Students – Presenter: $10 per poster
  • Students – Attendee only: $0

CALL FOR PAPERS

You are cordially invited to submit an abstract for a paper, extended abstract, or student poster to share at the 2021 ASEE St. Lawrence Section’s Annual Conference.

We welcome all those who are interested (faculty, researchers, graduate students, post-docs, and undergraduates)! Suggested and potential topics include:

  • best practices
  • remote teaching and learning
  • the hybrid classroom
  • accommodating students’ and faculty’s unique needs in a time of crisis
  • work to share related to engineering or engineering technology education beyond this year’s theme

Abstracts for a webinar workshop or panel presentation will also be considered.

If you had an abstract accepted for last year’s conference, we invite you to resubmit your abstract for the opportunity to share your work with an audience this spring. Please include a note explaining that it was accepted for the 2020 conference. Submissions from last spring’s conference will be accepted on a first-come-first-served basis.

Requirements, recommendations, and formatting

Abstracts

  • Abstracts should be less than 5000 characters in length, well-written, and succinctly summarize the work to be presented.
  • All abstracts should be written in good English and proofread.
  • Good practices indicate an abstract should contain enough new information, contain a clear objective and/or hypothesis, a clear and concise summary of essential methods, results, and conclusions.
  • For work in progress, abstracts should disclose primary findings and should avoid promissory statements such as “experiments are in progress” or “results will be discussed”.

Papers and Extended Abstracts

Anticipated Schedule for Papers and Extended Abstracts

  • December 7, 2020 | Abstract submission open
  • Extended deadline: January 21, 2021 | Abstracts for papers and extended abstracts submission closes
  • March 1st | Draft extended abstracts and papers due
  • April 1, 2021 | Final extended abstracts and papers due

CALL FOR STUDENT POSTERS

Abstracts are now being accepted for student posters and lightning talks at the upcoming ASEE St. Lawrence Section virtual meeting in April. We welcome student presentations about undergraduate or graduate research projects, or students may put together a poster/presentation about a class project. Submissions can be from individuals or teams, and a variety of visual formats will be accepted for this virtual setting.

Abstracts should be less than 3000 characters, well-written and include the following:

  • the goal of your project (design goal or research hypothesis or implementation goal)
  • the process used in implementing the project
  • a brief description of data collected
  • the final outcome of your project
  • the academic field/department or topic of your project

Presenters will have 5 minutes to present the highlights of their work followed by 5 minutes of discussion with an audience.  Presenters can use slides, or a traditional poster or some other creative visual to accompany their presentation.

Anticipated Schedule for Student Posters

  • March 15, 2021 | Abstracts for student posters closes
  • April 7, 2021 | Final student posters due

TENTATIVE SCHEDULE

The conference will be held using ZOOM and will be primarily composed of two technical sessions, a student poster session. Below is the tentative schedule. More details will follow.

12:00 PM to 12:30PM | Networking and informal gathering

12:30PM to 1:00PM | Opening statements and plenary session

1:05PM to 2:20PM | Technical session 1

2:30PM to 3:25PM | Student poster sessions

3:30PM to 4:25PM | Technical session 2

4:45PM to 5:00PM | Closing remarks and awards

Awards and Rubrics

The following will be awarded at the conference. Rubrics can be viewed in the link for each award.


CONTACT US

Conference Co-chair: Kathryn Dimiduk – klc78@cornell.edu

Conference Co-chair: Dino Laury (NTID) – djlnet@ntid.rit.edu