Event Title

Welcome C: Host Institution Welcome, Dr. Butler

Location

Richard Petty Ballroom

Start Date

5-3-2018 8:40 AM

Description

On behalf of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, welcome to the ASEE Southeastern Section Meeting, Educating the Engineer of the Future.

We have an outstanding collection of papers, posters and technical sessions to share with you, as well as thought-provoking speakers and the chance to network with peers.

I hope you come away with a recharged spirit of innovation that you will apply to new curricula; best practices and tools; online, blended and cross-disciplinary programs; and ideas to create stronger industry partnerships that lead to ambitious research and co-op and internship opportunities for your students.

This event would not be possible without the contribution of our sponsors: ERAU, ERAU Daytona Beach Office of Undergraduate Research, ERAU Daytona Beach College of Engineering, MiSUMi USA, and NSF Florida Advanced Technological Education Center.

Thanks also to Conference Chair Lulu Sun and the organizing committee: Jeff Brown, Hongyun Chen, Keith Garfield, Richard Stansbury, Heidi Steinhauer, Yan Tang, and Tim Wilson.

We cannot guarantee beach weather in early March, but Daytona Beach extends a warm welcome to all of you.

P. Barry Butler, Ph.D.

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Mar 5th, 8:40 AM

Welcome C: Host Institution Welcome, Dr. Butler

Richard Petty Ballroom

On behalf of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, welcome to the ASEE Southeastern Section Meeting, Educating the Engineer of the Future.

We have an outstanding collection of papers, posters and technical sessions to share with you, as well as thought-provoking speakers and the chance to network with peers.

I hope you come away with a recharged spirit of innovation that you will apply to new curricula; best practices and tools; online, blended and cross-disciplinary programs; and ideas to create stronger industry partnerships that lead to ambitious research and co-op and internship opportunities for your students.

This event would not be possible without the contribution of our sponsors: ERAU, ERAU Daytona Beach Office of Undergraduate Research, ERAU Daytona Beach College of Engineering, MiSUMi USA, and NSF Florida Advanced Technological Education Center.

Thanks also to Conference Chair Lulu Sun and the organizing committee: Jeff Brown, Hongyun Chen, Keith Garfield, Richard Stansbury, Heidi Steinhauer, Yan Tang, and Tim Wilson.

We cannot guarantee beach weather in early March, but Daytona Beach extends a warm welcome to all of you.

P. Barry Butler, Ph.D.