Our new special issue on ethics

Adding to the literature on engineering ethics education is a new special focus issue of the Australasian Journal of Engineering Education.The introduction by the guest editor Shannon Chancepresents the nine manuscripts and explains ties across them. The set covers ethical decision-making models and pedagogical techniques, philosophical aspects of ethics in engineering practice and education, ethicsContinue reading “Our new special issue on ethics”

SASEE Symposium to launch the Southern Journal of Engineering Education

SAVE THE DATE Friday, 23 July 2021 SASEE Symposium to launch the Southern Journal of Engineering Education On behalf of the South African Society of Engineering Education (SASEE), we are pleased to announce the launch of our official research journal, the Southern Journal of Engineering Education (SJEE). Please mark your calendars for the SASEE SymposiumContinue reading “SASEE Symposium to launch the Southern Journal of Engineering Education”

Doctoral Symposium at SEFI open for applications

As has been the case at the annual SEFI-conference in later years a Doctoral Symposium will be arranged at this year’s SEFI-conference. The deadline for applications has in fact passed, but we see that we can open up for some more participants at this year’s Doctoral Symposium. If you , or someone you know, couldContinue reading “Doctoral Symposium at SEFI open for applications”

UK: Newton International (early career) Fellowship Call Open

These fellowships are for non-UK scientists who are at an early stage of their research career and wish to conduct research in the UK. This scheme is jointly run by the British Academy and the Royal Society. This scheme is currently open to applications and will close at 3pm on Wednesday, 16 June 2021. Find outContinue reading “UK: Newton International (early career) Fellowship Call Open”

PhD scholarships in spatial skills

For prospective PhD students: we are recruiting 15 PhD students to work on SellSTEM – Spatial Enhanced Learning Linked to STEM. Network consists of 10 universities in 8 countries. Salaries range from 38 to 62k euro per annum for 3 years depending on country. Disciplines range from Cog Psy, Art, Design, Education, Linguistics, Engineering, Math.Continue reading “PhD scholarships in spatial skills”

ICL Special Session on Transferable Skills in Engineering Education

I am a PhD student at the University of Warwick, UK. My research focuses on approaches and methods for teaching transferable skills in Engineering Education. I’m organising a Special Session on Transferable Skills in Engineering Education at the ICL2021 conference in Dresden, Germany, on 22-24 September 2021. You are cordially invited to submit papers forContinue reading “ICL Special Session on Transferable Skills in Engineering Education”

Workshop on “Transitioning into pedagogic research – Dual identities and discipline spanning”

The Society for Research into Higher Education (SHRE) provides excellent workshops. Now online due to the pandemic, SHRE’s recent offerings have been free to attend. This one is, and our REEN Chair can highly recommend it: Transitioning into pedagogic research – Dual identities and discipline spanning Date – Friday, 16 April 2021, 11:00 – 15:00 VenueContinue reading “Workshop on “Transitioning into pedagogic research – Dual identities and discipline spanning””

REES 2021 call for abstracts

The Research in Engineering Education Symposium and Australasian Association for Engineering Education Annual Conference (REES AAEE 2021) will be held jointly on 5-8 December 2021: face-to-face at The University of Western Australia, Perth, Western Australia hybrid during Perth business hours, and online outside Perth business hours.  We are delighted to invite submissions of papers andContinue reading “REES 2021 call for abstracts”

Data repositories for your journal tables

We’ve been investigating places to deposit data (appendices, supporting tables and charts) that can help readers of your journal articles but won’t fit in the print versions, or exceed the allowable page limits. It’s important to provide stable links, so readers in subsequent years can still access these files.  If you are affiliated with anContinue reading “Data repositories for your journal tables”