2024 ASEE St. Lawrence Section Annual Conference

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The York University, Lassonde School of Engineering is delighted to welcome our regional partners as we host the 2024 ASEE St. Lawrence Section Annual Conference in-person in on Bergeron Centre for Engineering Excellence, Toronto Canada.

Conference theme: Developing the Engineering Leaders of Tomorrow.

On behalf of the organizing committee, it is my pleasure to invite you to submit an abstract for the 2024 ASEE STL Annual Spring Conference at Lassonde School of Engineering, York University, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on April 26 – 27, 2024

Who should consider submitting: 

  • Engineering educators at all levels
  • K-12/K-I educators
  • University/college faculty
  • Post-doctoral researchers
  • Graduate students
  • Undergraduate students

Topics: All submissions should be connected to engineering education and engineering technology. Suggested topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Academic and industry collaboration
  • Assessment of teaching and learning
  • Connected engineering communities
  • Diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility in engineering
  • Experiential learning and project based learning
  • Integrating technology into engineering education
  • Leadership and entrepreneurship in engineering
  • Outreach and pipeline solutions
  • Trends and innovations in engineering education

The abstract body is limited to 2000 characters (with spaces) and should succinctly summarize the work to be presented. All abstracts should be written in good English and proofread. Good practices indicate an abstract should contain enough new information, contain a clear objective and/or hypothesis, a clear and concise summary of essential methods, results, and conclusions. For works in progress, abstracts should disclose primary findings and should avoid promissory statements such as “experiments are in progress” or “results will be discussed”.

All abstracts must be presented with 15 minute presentations during the technical sessions and have the option of being accompanied by a full paper (< 15 pages) or extended abstract (< 4 pages). Papers and extended abstracts will be reviewed for publication on the ASEE STL Section website and ASEE National website.

Undergraduate and graduate students are invited to submit discipline specific topics related to their research or capstone projects. All student project abstracts must be accompanied by a poster presentation to showcase their work.

Awards: The Best Paper Award, Best Diversity Paper Award, and Best Poster Awards will be presented at the conference and will be posted on the ASEE STL Section website.

For Attendees

Please join us at the conference, enjoy the Friday evening banquet, listen to our visionary plenary speaker, meet with other engineering educators to discuss and reflect on session topics and advance new ideas, meet up and coming students committed to changing the world and advancing technology as they present their posters at the poster session, and end the conference with awards, recognition and an ice cream social.