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Reynolds, Olivia May; Khan, Aminul Islam; Thiessen, David B.; Dutta, Prashanta; Adesope, Olusola O.; Van Wie, Bernard J. – Chemical Engineering Education, 2022
The development, testing, and classroom implementation of a low-cost, reproducible, desktop sized, highly visual double-pipe heat exchanger are presented. Quantitative measurements with the module reveal its usefulness for demonstrating basic and advanced convective heat transfer theory while worksheet-guided inquiries promote student engagement.…
Descriptors: Chemistry, Science Instruction, Thermodynamics, Laboratory Experiments
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Huayta, Javier; Campbell, Zachary S.; Cooper, Matthew E. – Chemical Engineering Education, 2022
Tutoring websites can facilitate and incentivize students to upload course materials in violation of syllabus and copyright policies. In a study investigating the prevalence of instructor-generated exam problems appearing online, 23.3% of all investigated problems appeared on tutoring websites, with those from an online graduate course appearing…
Descriptors: Test Items, Tutoring, Web Sites, Chemistry
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Bishop, Brittany P.; DeForest, Cole A. – Chemical Engineering Education, 2022
Each summer over the past decade, the Chemical Engineering Department at the University of Washington has hosted the "Distinguished Young Scholars Seminar" (DYSS) series, bringing outstanding research trainees from top-tier programs around the country for day-long campus visits filled with student discussions, faculty meetings, mock…
Descriptors: Chemical Engineering, Summer Programs, Seminars, Leadership Training
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Prausnitz, Mark R.; Cuba-Torres, Christian M.; Liu, Nian; Lee, Yunki – Chemical Engineering Education, 2022
To characterize the professional interests, motivations, aspirations and demographics of chemical engineering (CHE) students, we surveyed almost 600 sophomores and seniors at Georgia Tech during the 1996-1997 and 2018-2019 academic years. Our objective was to study the evolution over two decades of: influences on student decision to study CHE,…
Descriptors: Chemical Engineering, Engineering Education, Student Interests, Undergraduate Students
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Gómez Siurana, Amparo; Font Escamilla, Alicia – Chemical Engineering Education, 2022
Examples of applications of equilibrium-based methods for multicomponent separations usually require the use of simulation packages, which do not allow students to follow the involved algorithms step by step. Excel spreadsheets with examples of six such rigorous methods have been used with MSc students of Chemical Engineering of the University of…
Descriptors: Spreadsheets, Chemical Engineering, Graduate Students, Teaching Methods
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Vasquez, Erick S.; Bohrer, Kelly; Noe-Hays, Abraham; Davis, Arthur; DeWitt, Matthew; Elsass, Michael J. – Chemical Engineering Education, 2022
Online and blended learning opportunities in Chemical Engineering curriculum emerged due to COVID-19. After eight weeks of in-person Unit Operations Laboratory sessions, a remote-learning open-ended final project was assigned to student teams. The assignment involved aspects related to entrepreneurially-minded learning (EML) and community-based…
Descriptors: Entrepreneurship, Blended Learning, Chemical Engineering, COVID-19
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Vigeant, Margot; Golightly, Amy – Chemical Engineering Education, 2022
In 2019 and 2020, third-year chemical engineering majors completed a concept inventory at the beginning and end of the semester in their thermodynamics course. Midway through spring semester of 2020, the course switched to emergency remote instruction, replacing hands-on inquiry-based laboratory activities (IBLAs) with short videos. Analysis of…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, College Science, Chemical Engineering, Majors (Students)
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Liberatore, Matthew W.; Lepek, Daniel; Ford, Laura P.; Carter, Tracy; Pascal, Jennifer; Lamm, Monica; Luks, Christi Patton; Silverstein, David L.; Ford Versypt, Ashlee N.; Velegol, Stephanie Butler; Vogel, Troy; Raikar, Neha; Kipper, Matt J.; West, Christy Wheeler – Chemical Engineering Education, 2022
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, chemical engineering departments from around the world shifted their course offerings from in-person to online almost instantaneously. The AIChE Education Division immediately responded to this educational shift by developing five Virtual Communities of Practice (VCPs) that allowed faculty to share experiences…
Descriptors: Communities of Practice, Computer Mediated Communication, Faculty Development, College Faculty
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Adaramola, AraOluwa; Godwin, Allison; Boudouris, Bryan – Chemical Engineering Education, 2022
This study evaluates students' outcomes in an online materials and energy balances course during the COVID-19 pandemic. Using multiple linear regression, we found that students' "competence" and "autonomy" beliefs decreased across the semester, with a negative change in competence beliefs predicting higher grades for students,…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Academic Achievement, Student Motivation
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Koretsky, Milo D. – Chemical Engineering Education, 2022
This qualitative study examines the student experience in a chemical engineering program at a large, public research-intensive university during the shift to remote teaching due to COVID-19. Data sources include a free response survey completed by 380 students and focus groups including 35 graduate and undergraduate student instructors. The most…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, COVID-19, Pandemics, School Closing
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Lewin, Daniel R. – Chemical Engineering Education, 2022
This reflective practice contribution presents the lessons learned from teaching plant design using an online flipped format to a small cohort of students in the first COVID-19 semester. These lessons were applied to the online teaching of the capstone design course to a full-sized cohort. The impact of the implemented recommendations on the…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Online Courses, Flipped Classroom
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Panebianco, Christopher J.; Iatridis, James C.; Weiser, Jennifer R. – Chemical Engineering Education, 2022
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many universities have switched to online learning platforms, which inhibits engineering students from completing formative hands-on experiments. To address this, we developed at-home experiments for an undergraduate biomaterials course. These inquiry-based learning experiments were well received by students and…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Inquiry, Laboratory Experiments
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Márquez, Itzel; Sáez, A. Eduardo; Ogden, Kimberly L.; Achilli, Andrea – Chemical Engineering Education, 2022
The lack in process intensification (PI) training may be limiting processes to achieve sustainability goals. This project developed a hands-on course on intensified membrane processes to address knowledge gaps in PI. Bench-scale activities introduced concepts of membrane separation, operating engineering-scale modules provided a near-industrial…
Descriptors: Hands on Science, Water Quality, Sustainability, Teaching Methods
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Li, Mingheng – Chemical Engineering Education, 2022
The analogy among momentum, heat and mass transport phenomena is an important concept in chemical engineering education. This paper presents the analogy between heat exchanger and packed column calculations. The effectiveness-NTU method used to calculate outlet temperatures of hot and cold streams in an exchanger is introduced in a packed column…
Descriptors: Heat, Engineering Education, Chemical Engineering, Physics
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Goldberg, Deborah S.; Sriram, Ganesh – Chemical Engineering Education, 2022
We report the short- and longer-term impacts of offering a 1-credit introductory seminar to first-year chemical engineering students. Students who completed the seminar demonstrated a better awareness of the major, career opportunities, and academic success strategies than students who did not enroll in the seminar. A longer-term comparison showed…
Descriptors: Instructional Effectiveness, College Credits, Chemical Engineering, First Year Seminars
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