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Meeting MS&T21: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Curricular Innovations and Continuous Improvement of Academic Programs (and Satisfying ABET along the Way): The Elizabeth Judson Memorial Symposium
Sponsorship TMS: Accreditation Committee
TMS: Education Committee
Organizer(s) Alison Polasik, Campbell University
Susan P. Gentry, University of California, Davis
Jeffrey W. Fergus, Auburn University
Assel Aitkaliyeva, University of Florida
Kester D. Clarke, Colorado School of Mines
Subhadra Gupta
Gregg M. Janowski, University of Alabama at Birmingham
M. Grant Norton, Washington State University
Scope The goals of this symposium are to provide opportunities for programs to share innovative approaches in curricular development and effective pedagogical approaches in the broad materials science and engineering field covering all classes of materials. The symposium will explore how these approaches lead to enhanced student outcomes and continuous improvement of the programs. Abstracts related to course changes made to accommodate or enhance online learning are encouraged. The symposium will also highlight how these advances can be used to satisfy EAC/ABET criteria. Discussions on current EAC/ABET criteria (and changes) and preparation for reaccreditation visits will be included in the symposium.
Abstracts Due 04/15/2021
Proceedings Plan Undecided

A Survey of the Changes Made for Online Teaching in Materials Science and Engineering Program
An Innovative and Integrated Approach to Materials Selection and Simulation for Engineering Education
Assessment of Ceramic Higher Education Curricula in Nigeria and Prospects for 21st Century Learners
Changes in ABET Engineering General Criteria
Integrating Problem Based Learning into a Metals Processing Class
Introduction to Materials Science and Engineering: an Online Course from a Student's Perspective
Online Instruction of a Large Introductory Materials Course: A Partially Asynchronous Approach
Optimum Design of Railcar Truck Stand
Preparing for an ABET Evaluation – Common Issues
Reframing Lab Courses to Improve Both Student Engagement and ABET Alignment
Universities, DOD Manufacturing Institutes and US Manufacturing- The MEEP Program
Virtually Teaching Materials Science Topics in 20 Minutes

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