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Stacy Klein-Gardner is named ASEE Fellow

Jun. 12, 2018—Stacy Klein-Gardner, adjoint associate professor of biomedical engineering, has been selected as a member of the Academy of Fellows of the American Society for Engineering Education. Klein-Gardner’s fellow status will be conferred June 27, 2018, at the ASEE Annual Conference banquet in Salt Lake City. At Vanderbilt, she has collaborated with other universities in a...

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Cary Pint named to ’20 Under 40’ by American Society for Engineering Education

Sep. 23, 2014—Creating products that also function as ‘energy depots’ offers tremendous potential because “there are so many materials and technologies where energy storage can be integrated,” says Cary Pint. Pint, assistant professor of mechanical engineering and director of the Nanomaterials and Energy Devices Laboratory at Vanderbilt University, was named to the American Society for Engineering Education’s...

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Fauchet participates in engineering public policy colloquium on Capitol Hill

Feb. 13, 2014—Vanderbilt Engineering Dean Philippe Fauchet participated in the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) public policy colloquium in Washington, D.C. Feb. 11-12. This annual event brings more than 100 engineering deans from across the country to the nation’s Capitol to talk about the issues most pressing to these academic leaders. The full-day conference on Tuesday...

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Galloway is president of the American Society for Engineering Education

Jul. 8, 2013—Kenneth F. Galloway assumed the presidency of the American Society for Engineering Education at a gala event June 26 at the conclusion of the ASEE’s 2013 annual conference. “The work of the ASEE is vital to advocate for our students and for engineering and engineering technology education with decision makers in academia, industry and government,”...

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Fauchet attends public policy colloquium, visits Capitol lawmakers

Feb. 15, 2013—While the nation buzzed in anticipation of the State of The Union address Feb. 12, engineering deans from across the country came to Washington D.C. for the annual American Society of Engineering Education public policy colloquium Feb. 12-13. Vanderbilt University School of Engineering Dean Philippe Fauchet attended the conference, which focused on the most pressing...

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Sharp receives Apex writing award for ASEE article

Jul. 5, 2012—Julie E. Sharp, professor of the practice of technical communications in the School of Engineering, has received a 2012 Apex Award for excellence in the category of education and training writing from Communication Concepts, Inc., which publishes Writer’s Web Watch, WritingThatWorks.com, and the Writing That Works Archives. Her winning entry was a 2012 proceedings article...

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Dean Kenneth Galloway elected chairman of national board of engineering deans

May. 19, 2009—Kenneth Galloway, dean of Vanderbilt’s School of Engineering, has been elected by his national peers to a two-year term as chair of the Engineering Deans Council Executive Board The Engineering Deans Council includes more than 300 deans of engineering across the United States and is one of the leadership organizations of the American Society for...

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