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Meeting MS&T22: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Curricular Innovations and Continuous Improvement of Academic Programs (and Satisfying ABET along the Way): The Elizabeth Judson Memorial Symposium
Presentation Title Helping to Prepare Students for Communicating in the Professional World
Author(s) Gregg M. Janowski
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Gregg M. Janowski
Abstract Scope One of our educational responsibilities is to ensure that our graduates can write professionally, which is part of EAC/ABET Criteria 3(3), “an ability to communicate effectively to a range of audiences.” Two aspects of written communications that should be emphasized are email and laboratory reports with an eye to the post-university world. This presentation will address a few of the tricks that have been successful in getting students to use email as a professional communications tool. It will also cover the "memorandum report" which is used to communicate laboratory results, as opposed to the academic paper format many of us use in our own publications. The format will be discussed, with tricks for grading and using the writing center.


ABET and Continuous Improvement: What's New, and Q&A
Assisting Curation of Open-Source Textbook with Natural Language Processing
Helping to Prepare Students for Communicating in the Professional World
Inclusive Pedagogy in Introductory Materials Science Courses
Introducing Students to the Importance of Materials in Sustainability
Investigating the Effects of Different Instructional Methods on Student Performance and Satisfaction in Online Learning
Machine Learning and Data Science in the MSE Undergraduate Program
Preparing Engineering Students to Work in and Design Solutions for Diverse Populations
Teaching Glass across Disciplines at Alfred University
Technical Communication: Graduate Student Training via Regular Reporting within I/UCRCs
The Material Science Core: A Need to Align Worldviews?

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