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Journal of STEM Education

Mar 04, 2008 Volume 8, Number 3

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Number of articles: 12

  1. Interdisciplinary Lively Application Projects in Calculus Courses

    Donna Farrior, William Hamill, Leslie Keiser, Michael Kessler, Peter LoPresti, Jerry McCoy, Shirley Pomeranz, William Potter & Bryan Tapp

    We report on a two-year NSF-funded project to strengthen connections among science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines. One component of this project was to produce some... More

  2. Engineering Outreach through College Pre-Orientation Programs: MIT Discover Engineering

    Mary Thompson & Thomas Consi

    Freshman Pre-Orientation Programs (FPOPs) can be powerful outreach tools for incoming college students and provide an exciting introduction to the field of engineering. The benefits reach not only ... More

  3. JSTEM Front Cover

  4. Integrating Project-based Learning throughout the Undergraduate Engineering Curriculum

    Richard Savage, Katherine Chen & Linda Vanasupa

    Equipping engineering students with the skills and knowledge required to be successful global engineers in the 21st century is one of the primary objectives of undergraduate educators. Enabling... More

  5. International Editorial Advisory Board Members

  6. JSTEM Back Cover

  7. A Ten-year Assessment of a Biomedical Engineering Summer Research Internship Within a Comprehensive Cancer Center

    A. Wright, X. Wu, C. Frye, A. Mathur & Patrick

    A Biomedical Engineering Internship Program conducted within a Comprehensive Cancer Center over a 10 year period was assessed and evaluated. Although this is a non-traditional location for an... More

  8. Instructions for Authors

  9. Issues for Universities Working With K- 2 Institutions Implementing Prepackaged Pre-Engineering Curricula such as Project Lead the Way

    Kenneth Reid & Charles Feldhaus

  10. Teaching Engineering Fundamentals Using Fundamental Dimensions: An Innovative Approach

    Saeed Moaveni

    In this paper, we will focus on an innovative way to teach some of the engineering fundamentals at the freshman level in an introductory engineering class. Unfortunately, today many students... More

  11. Contribution Form

  12. A Comparative Study of Campus Portal User Acceptance: Student and Faculty Perspectives

    Ayman Abuhamdieh & Loay Sehwail

    This study examined camous portal module use patterns and its user acceptance. A random sample is collected and the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) is used to explore student and faculty... More