Share the Future I
 
27–29 March 2000

Share Our Future: A Working Conference

Gateway/SUCCEED Joint Conference

Planning group: Rebecca Brent, Eric Cheek, John Demel, Ed Ernst, Eli Fromm, Jack
McGourty, Carl Zorowski

For logistical questions contact:
Ms. Silvia Lewis broidy@ncat.edu 336.334.7549
Site and accommodations:
Grandover Resort & Conference Center (Exit 120 off Interstate 85), Greensboro NC
Phone: 336.294.1800 http://www.grandoverresort.com/
Participants should call the hotel directly for reservations. Ask for the SUCCEED/Gateway block: Rate: $129. Cutoff date is March 21.
Conference Web site: http://www.ncat.edu/succeed-gateway/
Cancellation and refund policy:
Requests for refunds will be honored if received by March 21.
Registration (available online at the conference Web site):
Before March 1, 2000: $100 conference fee includes
March 1–21, 2000: $125 all meals and breaks shown
On site: $150 on the conference schedule.

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Share Our Future
A Working Conference

SUCCEED and GATEWAY Coalitions
March 28–29, 2000
GRANDOVER Resort & Conference Center
Greensboro NC

Hosted By
North Carolina A&T State University
Greensboro NC

Conference Cochairs:
Eric A. Cheek echeek@ncat.edu
Jack McGourty JM723@Columbia.edu

Developing the Communication Skills of Engineering Undergraduates
Elizabeth Alford, University of South Carolina and Deborah Bosley, UNC–Charlotte

Active Learning: Introducing Students to Communities of Practice
Norm Chonacky, Columbia University, Alan Van Heuvelen, Ohio State University

Developing a Departmentally Focused College-wide Assessment/CQI Program
Ed Ernst, S. Creighton, and Jed Lyons, University of South Carolina

Evaluating and Rewarding Teaching and Educational Research
Richard Felder and Rebecca Brent, North Carolina State University

Preparing New Faculty for Teaching
Bob Gustafson, The Ohio State University

Learning Style: Addressing Learner Differences to Enhance Student Success
Joanne Ingham, Polytechnic University

The Globetech Simulation—Effective Collaborative Tool to Develop Engineering Leaders for the New Economy
Roxanne Jacoby, The Cooper Union

How to Make Engineering Students Interested in Professional Ethics
Moshe Kam, Drexel University

Preparing for ABET 2000: The Complete Guide
Pamela Kurstedt, Virginia Polytechnic and State University
Mike Leonard, Clemson University

Using Multisource Assessment and Feedback in the Classroom
Jack McGourty, Columbia University

The Learning Factory: A Process Approach to Engineering Education
Lueny Morell de Ramirez and Jorge Ivan Velez-Arocho, University of Puerto Rico

Transfer Student Issues
Sarah Rajala, North Carolina State University

Designing Effective Web Sites for Teaching and Learning
Glenda Scales and John C. Kelly, North Carolina A&T State University

Using Technology for College-wide Course Assessment
Kevin Scoles and Jerene Good, Drexel University

CONNECTS: Improving how students communicate
Richard Stock, The Cooper Union

Active learning techniques: Getting students to think during class
Alisha Waller, Dimensions Consulting

Improving Retention through Mentoring
Beverly Watford, Virginia Polytechnic and State University

Conference Schedule

Monday, March 27
6:30 PM Opening Reception

Tuesday, March 28
7:30 AM Check in and Continental Breakfast
8:30 AM Welcome and Plenary I
Mike Crow, Vice Provost, Columbia University
9:30 AM Break
10:00 AM Miniworkshops (6 concurrent sessions)
12:00 PM Carolina Buffet Lunch
1:00 PM Plenary II: The Impact of the Coalitions Program
Tim Anderson, SUCCEED Director, University of Florida
Eli Fromm, Gateway Director, Drexel University
2:00 PM Break
2:30 PM Miniworkshops (6 concurrent sessions)
4:30 PM Poster Session and Social
6:00 PM Dinner

Wednesday, March 29
7:30 AM Continental Breakfast
8:30 AM Plenary III: Distance Education: Are We Being Realistic?
Diana Oblinger, Vice President for Information Resources
Chief Information Officer, University of North Carolina
9:30 AM Break
10:00 AM Miniworkshops (5 concurrent sessions)
12:00 PM Lunch
1:00 PM Conference ends