Call for Papers and Submission Deadlines

2020 ASEE St. Lawrence Section Annual Conference
2020 New York Cyber Security and Engineering Technology Association (NYSETA) Spring Conference

Rochester Institute of Technology

April 3+4, 2020

Theme: Engineering at the intersections of Art, Design, and Technology

Call for Papers and Extended Abstracts: (submission link coming soon! Email Vinnie Gupta, skgeme@rit.edu for more info)

This year, our theme is Engineering at the Intersections of Art, Design and Technology. We invite colleagues (faculty, researchers, graduate students, post-docs, and undergraduates) to join us in sharing their work and ideas about how contexts (or the lack of them) impact all aspects of engineering education.

Please join us for 2020 conference. We welcome all those who are interested, even if your work falls outside of this year’s theme.

  1. Topics should be connected to engineering education and/or engineering technology. They can be related directly to the conference theme or contribute to engineering education generally.
  2. Presentations (for Papers and Extended Abstracts) will be organized into sessions around the categories below. Papers will be reviewed for publication on the ASEE section and ASEE national websites. Extended Abstracts and Student Posters will be published on the ASEE St. Lawrence website only.
  3. Conference registration of at least one author is required to present any paper, extended abstract, or student poster.
  4. Our website will contain author information, paper/abstract templates, registration rates, travel information, and other key information.

Conference Theme: Engineering at the Intersections of Arts, Design and Technology

Topics related to conference theme of Art, Design and Technology Engineering at the Intersections of

·        Arts

·         Design

·        Technology

·        Music

·        . . .

 Topics of general interest  ·        Grand Challenges Scholars Program

·        Entrepreneurship

·        Accessibility

·        Trends and innovations

·        Increasing student engagement

·        Other topics broadly connected to engineering and engineering technology education

Beyond the technical lecture  ·        Experiential learning (research, capstone design, laboratory, service learning, project teams, etc.)

·        Engineering education beyond the classroom (social justice topics, project-based learning, internships, co-ops, and global experiences, online or blended learning, etc.)

·        Developing the professional 21st century engineer (communication, leadership, business skills, ethics, societal and global issues, etc.)

·        Digital and information literacy for engineers

Broadening participation  ·        Increasing retention, diversity, and student success

·        Increasing student interest in engineering and technology fields/outreach

Teaching within disciplines  ·        Discipline-specific topics

·        Discipline-specific material to share

Moving forward through collaboration  ·        Projects seeking collaborators

·        Cross-institution collaborative endeavors

Two Year College Transitions and Transfers ·        Student Recruitment and Retention

·        Transitions and Transfers to 4-year colleges

 

Anticipated Schedule for Papers and Extended Abstracts

  • November 11, 2019: Abstracts for Papers and Extended Abstracts begin to be accepted
  • December 22, 2019: Abstracts due by 11:59pm EST.
  • January 13, 2020:Abstract submitters will be notified of acceptance status.
  • February 3, 2020: Full versions of Papers and Extended Abstracts due. These should be fully written, following the provided template, with all citations in APA format, ready for reviewers.
  • February 18, 2020: Paper and Extended Abstract authors will receive comments and notes on their work.
  • March 9, 2020:Final versions of all submission types, along with copyright releases, are due by 11:59pm EST.
  • March 23, 2020: Final Upload Deadline

Call for Student Posters: 

Anticipated Schedule for Posters

  • February 3, 2020: Student Poster Abstracts due by 11:59pm EST via website.
  • March 23, 2020: Final posters due electronically. Poster presenters will bring their own poster for display. ASEE St. Lawrence section will not be printing them for participants. Electronic versions will be used for our online gallery.

Registration:

  • Early Bird (including Priority status): ends February 25, 2020 at 11:59pm EST.
  • Regular: ends March 23, 2020 at 11:59pm EST.
  • Late: from March 24 to April 4, 2020
Registration Type Early (before

 2/25/2020)

Regular (after

 2/25/20)

Late (after

3/23/20)

Professional (Friday and Saturday) $140 $170 $200
Professional (Saturday only without banquet) $100 $130 $160
Guest (Reception and Banquet) $40 $70 $100
Student (with Reception + Banquet) $70 $100 $130
Student (without reception and banquet) $30 $40 $70
Retiree (with reception and banquet) $70 $100 $130
Retiree (without reception and banquet) $40 $70 $100

 

Planning Team:

Vinnie Gupta, Engineering, skgeme@rit.edu; Chair

James Lee, Engineering Technology, JHLEME@rit.edu

James Mallory, NTID, JRMNET@rit.edu; also representing NYSETA

Dino Laury, NTID, DJLNET@it.edu

John Stratton, Engineering Technology, JASITE@rit.edu; also representing NYSETA