All our current courses are team project oriented. For our high school courses, we encourage students with different passions (science, arts, and business) to team up. For our undergraduate courses, our courses are joint courses that include students from engineering, arts, business, and anthropology, with 4 professors from these four disciplines jointly teaching the course together. For our graduate students, they are typically one or two student groups from either engineering or arts, and they address domain specific issues such as component or asset formation.
Here are our recent publication-drafts (for others see the publications section):
- Semantic Web: Diabetes Management
- Robotics: (1) Appendices for our Robotics paper submitted to the 2013 ASEE Annual Conference; (2) Accepted version of this ASEE paper: Robotics: Enhancing Pre-College Mathematics Learning with Real-World Examples; (3) Exporting Engineering Practice to Pre-College Mathematics Learning; (4) Robotic Art
- Smart Phone Apps: (1) Accepted version of this ASEE paper: Smart Phone Apps: A Multi-College Approach (2) e Learning aspects of offering a team-oriented project course: Paper under review (and included under ‘Software Tools’).
- Industry Collaboration: (1) Industry-University Consortium; (2) Motorola’s Impact on Our Curriculum
- Software Tools: (1) eLearning Tools and Data Analytics; (2) ASEE 2013 accepted paper: ABET Accreditation Tool
Note: The PDF documents open faster and better on The Internet Explorer (dated: March 2013).