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Journal of STEM Education: Innovations and Research

Jul 07, 2017 Volume 18, Number 2

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Number of papers: 6

  1. How does service learning increase and sustain interest in engineering education for underrepresented pre-engineering college students?

    Lisa Bosman, Kelli Chelberg & Ryan Winn

    Many barriers exist for American Indian students pursuing STEM degree programs. However, federally recognized Tribal Colleges and Universities (TCUs) are uniquely suited to overcome these barriers ... More

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  2. Impacts of Effective Temperature on Sectional View Drawing Ability and Implications for Engineering and Technology Education Students

    Petros Katsioloudis & Mildred Jones

    Temperature can influence thermal comfort, working performance, and social behavior. In a classroom that is slightly cool, an assumption can be made that learning could be affected in a negative... More

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  3. Instructions for Authors

    P. Raju

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  4. Case Studies in Sustainability Used in an Introductory Laboratory Course to Enhance Laboratory Instruction

    Stephanie Luster-Teasley, Sirena Hargrove-Leak, Willietta Gibson & Roland Leak

    This educational research seeks to develop novel laboratory modules by using Case Studies in the Science Teaching method to introduce sustainability and environmental engineering laboratory... More

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  5. Recognizing Challenges and Predicting Success in First-Generation University Students

    Mara Aruguete & Alina katrevich

    Our study explores the challenges of first-generation students while also examining the factors that predict success in this population. We surveyed undergraduate students to compare the academic... More

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  6. Involvement in Out-of-Class Activities: A Mixed Research Synthesis Examining Outcomes with a Focus on Engineering Students

    Denise Simmons, Elizabeth Creamer & Rongrong Yu

    Co-curricular and extracurricular involvement plays important roles in students\u2019 cognitive and effective development, educational effectiveness and satisfaction, and sense of belonging.... More

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