ET students, faculty participate in ASEE conference

Engineering Technology ASEE 2016

Engineering Technology students and faculty from Northwestern State University participated in the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) annual conference in New Orleans where they were included in a design showcase exhibit focused on 3D printing and other projects, including the design of a mini-golf course for the city of Leesville. From left are Luz Arrieta Jimenez of Cartagena, Colombia; Timeisha Holland of Baton Rouge, Joshua Randolph of Natchitoches and Jacob Shaver of Coushatta. In addition to the student presentations, ET faculty Dr. Ali Ahmad, Dr. Jafar Al-Sharab, Dr. Mohammed Benalla and Dr. Nabin Sapkota presented 5 papers at various tracks related to Engineering and Technology education, including Articulation of Certification for Manufacturing, Fabrication of Nanofibers for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, Industry Certification Program in Project Management, Quality Matters: Development of an Online Course Shell for Quality-Control Courses and Technical Project Management Course for Engineering Technology Students