Student Video Contest
Organizers at the upcoming CEEA2017 conference hosted by the University of Toronto are planning to offer a number of activities designed for students with a focus in Engineering Education. Please look for these activities in the upcoming conference schedule:
Student Meet and Greet
Sunday evening Meet and Greet before the welcome reception.
An opportunity for undergraduate students to showcase the efforts they have made to understand or improve the engineering educational experience at their university. All submissions must demonstrate a clear educational component that can link the work to either CEAB Graduate Attributes or student experience/engagement measures in Engineering Education. Please note: Work submitted to this competition cannot be co-presented as a paper at CEEA2017. Submission instructions will be available in March.
New to CEEA this year are the Engineering Education Institutes – full day seminars on pedagogy and engineering education research that are being offered on Saturday, June 3, 2017 at the University of Toronto. Students can register for either institute at the reduced student rate of $100.
Workshop for Students and Researchers New to the Field: Building a Community of Reflective and Responsive Researchers
A workshop designed for the community of graduate students in Engineering Education, as well as researchers new to the field. Participants will explore and discuss their research journeys as characterized by the unique elements that present themselves in this dualistic discipline, hile experiencing the commonalities and differences within this target community.
A session is to be held on the last day of the conference designed for students to discuss their conference experiences, reflect on their learning, and make connections to their research and/or professional development goals.
In celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary of confederation, CEEA 2017 will host a Canadian Engineering Education and History Student Video Competition, supported in part by the Government of Canada’s Canada 150 Fund. This competition offers high school and undergraduate students a unique opportunity to learn about Engineering Education and History in Canada, present their results, and compete for prizes.
The videos should address at least one of this year’s conference themes:
- Canadian Engineering Education
- Canadian Engineering History
- Diversity and Inclusion in Engineering in Canada
Visit the contest details page for full details.