EER Jobs & Opportunities

If you want to get more involved with engineering education research (EER), I recommend consulting the following sites. I’ve created this page for people who would like to either do research or be employed in the field of EER.

The Research in Engineering Education Network (REEN) is a great place to start — see our website at reen.co. You can find out about all journals in the field of engineering education there, for instance. You can also join our ongoing discussions on our LinkedIn page or follow our Twitter feed @BoardREEN.

Below are additional resources with all sorts of EER jobs, grants, fellowship, and funding calls.

Below, I’m also sharing notifications I receive about EER job postings, Ph.D. fellowships, and upcoming conferences that I learn about via emails or conferences.


Often the most innovative research comes from those just starting their careers. As such, I’m delighted that QSR International is once again supporting the next generation of qualitative research innovation! We recognize that early career researchers often find it difficult to access research grants as they have to compete with established scholars. This is why QSR has established this grant just for those starting out on their research careers.

The Grant will allow for $25,000 USD in funding over two years to an Early Career Researcher with a project that shows promise and contribution to knowledge.

The grant is open to all Early Career Researchers world-wide.

If you are interested in learning more about the grant, or know someone who may benefit, please visit: https://go.qsrinternational.com/e/346611/ampaign-fy22sepnvecrgrantemail/24hqxg4/887576627?h=X4-JNHAp3ixlc0Xg-Gm_0QIAsV9JCDAO_A71USga0I4


The deadline for applications is 30th November 2021.

Kind Regards, 

Silvana di Gregorio, PhD
Academic Research Director

QSR InternationalEastside, King’s Cross Station, London, N1C 4AX, United Kingdom
T  +44 (0)1925 358 095
s.digregorio@qsrinternational.com


Technological University Dublin is currently seeking applications for position of Postdoc/Senior Postdoc to work on an EU funded research project called SellSTEM (sellstem.eu).  Worth €4M under Marie Curie actions, SellSTEM will recruit 15 PhD students across 10 universities in Europe to examine ways to make STEM education and careers more attractive to young people and girls in particular by increasing spatial ability levels.  For details please visit https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu/jobs/602814. Closing date is March 1, 2021.

I would be most grateful if you could forward this to anyone you think may be interested in applying.
Regards, 
Gavin Duffy


Dear colleague,

We are happy to announce the possibility to contribute to a Special Issue “Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in STEM for a Sustainable Future”, edited by Sustainability, an open access journal by MDPI.
There is evidence that many key performance indicators of academic and non-academic organizations related to the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields are strongly determined by the diversity of the workforce in these organisations.  This points to a need to ensure that increasing diversity becomes a key goal for both STEM educators and STEM industry. Evidence suggests that the number of women resigning from technological job positions remains unacceptably high. For example, in western countries, only 20% or less of graduating engineers are female, and often fewer than 10% are part of the engineering workforce.  To increase diversity, equality, and inclusion in STEM education, many different approaches can be implemented at different levels and to different target groups.
This Special Issue aims to address research mainly related to:

  • Theoretical insight into the reasons for this imbalance;
  • Empirical evidence, experimental approaches, and best practices of recruitment and retention in STEM education;
  • Ideas and policy to support gender balance careers in a STEM context.

You can find practical information at the link
https://www.mdpi.com/journal/sustainability/special_issues/equality_diversity_inclusion_STEM
Author BenefitsOpen Access: free for readers, with article processing charges (APC) paid by authors or their institutions. Some benefits for articles rated best by the Editorial Board and the Editorial Office can be partially discounted.

High visibility: indexed by the Science Citation Index Expanded and Social Sciences Citation Index (Web of Science), as well as Scopus and other databases.
Rapid Publication: manuscripts are peer-reviewed and a first decision provided to authors approximately 14.7 days after submission; acceptance to publication is undertaken in 2.9 days (median values for papers published in this journal in the second half of 2020).
Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or suggestions.  We hope that you find this initiative interesting and you are able to contribute.
Regards,
Anita Tabacco, Politecnico di Torino (anita.tabacco@polito.it)

Gavin Duffy, Technological University Dublin (gavin.duffy@tudublin.ie)

Alicia García-Holgado, University of Salamanca (aliciagh@usal.es)

Rachel Riedner, The George Washington University (rach@gwu.edu)


SEFI Ethics Special Interest Group Newsletter

The Ethics SIG Newsletter is issued 9 times per year and aims to share information on latest engineering ethics research and practices. If you would like to join the mailing list please use the form on the SEFI Ethics SIG website

If you have something you want to share in the newsletter (great ideas, upcoming workshops, nice experiences …), let us know: Diana (dianaadela.martin@tudublin.ie) and Gunter (g.bombaerts@tue.nl).

We bring to your attention our forthcoming seminars:

4 February 2021
15-17:00 UTC / 16-18:00 CET / 10-12:00 EST:
Organiser: Sarah Junaid (Aston University)s.junaid@aston.ac.ukRegister hereEthics in the context of accreditationThe first seminar is dedicated to the broader theme of ethics in the context of accreditation. Accreditation and policy play a major part in the construction and design of engineering programmes, the weight of ethics at this level is variable. Please join us in the debate, to explore accreditation and its role in engineering ethics education.

4 March 202114-16:00 UTC / 15-17:00 CET / 09-11:00 EST
Organiser: Diana Adela Martin (TU Dublin) dianaadela.martin@tudublin.ie
Register hereUsing case studies in engineering ethics educationThe seminar aims to respond to the need for guidance in the area of engineering ethics case instruction, bringing together four educators who have experience with developing and using case studies. Each of the four speakers will present an engineering ethics case study they developed, hoping to inspire engineering instructors in their teaching, as well as to foster a discussion about the broader goals and frameworks related to the use of case studies. 

22 April 202114-16:00 UTC / 15-17:00 CET / 09-11:00 EST
Organisers: 
Thomas Lennerfors (Uppsala University)Thomas.Lennerfors@angstrom.uu.seSarah Hitt (NMITE): sarah.hitt@nmite.ac.uk 
Register hereFilm and fiction in engineering (ethics) education (workshop) In our engineering ethics teaching, we use film and fiction to illustrate and exemplify ethics in engineering work: from 24Black Mirror, and Star Wars to Ursula LeGuin and Paolo Bacigalupi’s short stories, novels like The Intuitionist by Colson Whitehead orAlexander’s Bridge by Willa Cather, and more. This seminar aims to create a discussion amongst the participants of the pros and cons of using film and fiction in engineering ethics education. It will also provide examples of film and fiction that can be used to teach engineering ethics – and participants are strongly encouraged to bring their own examples of using film and fiction to share.

Dear colleagues,

Our second Cardiff-UCL Discipline-based STEM Education Research Webinar series is now open for registration bit.ly/CardiffUCLstemwebinars. We expect to have very interesting discussions on the present and future directions of STEM Education innovation, so please do join us in these exciting webinars!

We are also delighted and grateful to have the sponsorship of the IOP Higher Education Group, the Royal Society of Chemistry, and thecollaboration of the Cardiff Centre for Education Support and Innovation (CESI).

Best wishes,
Dr. Andrea Jiménez Dalmaroni
Lecturer in Physics, School of Physics and Astronomy, Cardiff University


Submit a paper for CISPEE!

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The 4th International Conference of the Portuguese Society for Engineering Education (CISPEE 2021) is a unique opportunity of attending and be involved in the ultimate research on Shaping Engineering Education for the 21st Century.

The Portuguese Society for Engineering Education (SPEE) and Instituto Superior Técnico of University of Lisbon are organizing a series of open debates on the role of Higher Education Teaching (and Teachers) in today’s and future Societies, under the following themes:

  • How I Turned Digital in One Week Due to Pandemic
  • Remote Assessment: Equity and Ethics
  • Gender Balance and Diversity in Engineering
  • Learning Strategies, Leadership and Engineering Skills in the VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous) World
  • The Ethical Challenge of Engineering in the XXI Century
  • Redefining Spaces in the University of the Future

To further accomplish the latter, CISPEE 2021 is open to contributions from engineering and STEM education researchers, practitioners and decision-makers.

This conference is planned for face-to-face format, however if the pandemic does not allow it, we will choose a hybrid format (face-to-face and remote) in order to ensure that all authors will be able to present their work. All the presented papers will be submitted for electronic submission to the IEEE Xplore®.

Your attendance is essential for the success and true impact of the CISPEE 2021.

Save the new date!

21-23 June, 2021
Instituto Superior Técnico, University of Lisbon, Portugal

Previous editions of the CISPEE Conference 2013,  2016 and 2018.


SEFI 2021 Annual Conference
Blended Learning in Engineering Education: challenging, enlightening – and lasting?
13-16 September 2020 – TU Berlin, Germany
Call for Papers
We would like to invite you to attend the 49th Annual Conference of the European Society for Engineering Education (SEFI) to be held on 13-16 September 2021 in Berlin.
The year 2020 has challenged universities worldwide in an unprecedented way. On short notice, universities had to switch from on-site classroom teaching to online teaching formats. We all realize that this extensive online teaching will have a sustainable impact on the way we teach and learn. The conference will focus on the implications of this very special experience on Engineering Education in Europe and worldwide.
CONFERENCE TRACKS INCLUDE (but are not limited to):
• Essential elements for the online learning success
• Lab courses and projects blended and online
• Secure and appropriate forms of online assessments
• Data security and technological developments
• Rules and ethical questions of online teaching and learning
• Resilient curricula and teaching methodology
• Competence development for engineering professions
• Sustainable changes beyond covid-19
• Social aspects and communication in online learning
• Accessibility, participation and inclusion
• Impact of online teaching on student mobility
• Cooperation between universities (Europe, worldwide) in EE: concepts and experiences
• Impact on the campus and its facilities
• Academic teachers needs and support for online teaching
• On-line student counseling
and contributions on more general topics are also welcomed, such as:

Mathematics
Physics
Engineering education research
Continuing education and lifelong learning
Sustainability
Open and online education
Gender and diversity
Attractiveness
Ethics
Curriculum development
Engineering skills
Capacity building
At SEFI 2021, you can submit four different types of proposals:


=> Research paper, presenting original research following the standard practices for engineering education research. Abstract length: max. 250 words. The final length of the research paper is 6-8 p (excl references).
=> Concept paper, presenting ongoing projects and completed studies of practice in engineering education. Abstract length: max. 250 words. The final length of the concept paper is 6-8 p (excl references).
=> Short paper, a shortened version of a concept or research paper. Abstract length: max. 250 words. The final length of the short paper is 3-4 p (excl references).
=> Workshop: an engaging and interactive session with a sound theoretical foundation and an attractive translation to the practice of engineering education. Abstract length: max. 500 words. 

In the submission process, you can state a preference for your presentation. For further information have a look at the SEFI 2021 website.
Important dates:
Abstract submission – 16 March 2021
Full paper and short paper submission – 20 April 2021
Workshop submission – 4 May 2021
Notification of final acceptance – 8 June 2021
Early Bird registration – 8 July 2021
Final paper submission – 3 August 2021

Conference – 13-16 September 2021

We look forward to welcoming and meeting you at campus of TU Berlin in September 2021!

web: www.sefi2021.eu

Doctoral Symposium on Engineering Education
The 5th Doctoral Symposium in Engineering Education Research on 12 September offers an opportunity for PhD candidates to explore and develop research interests in an interdisciplinary workshop, under the guidance of a number of well-known senior scholars within the Engineering Education Research (EER) field. During the Doctoral Symposium, the participants will share their current dissertation work with others and exchange feedback.

this event, we now invite doctoral students in Engineering Education Research. Ideally the participants have an active PhD research plan, so they can benefit from participating in the workshop. The aim is to provide an opportunity for doctoral students to:

• meet other students and supervisors to extend their network and view of the EER field,
• present and discuss their own work and the work of others,
• get perspectives from scholars outside their own institution,
• contribute to the conference and the SEFI EER community with other participants, and
• promote collaborative research and elaborate future research directions.

The Doctoral Symposium takes place on Sunday, 12 September 2021, as a pre-conference event to the SEFI 2021 Annual Conference. All participants must also be registered to the main conference. For PhD students accepted to the Doctoral Symposium, the SEFI 2021 conference fee is reduced. More information will be published on the conference website.

The editors of the Handbook of STEM Faculty Development are looking for high quality submissions that focus on all stages of faculty development for those in STEM focused higher education fields. The attached call for abstracts describes some particular areas of focus for this handbook. We invite you to submit an abstract (due February 28th, 2021) of no more than 500 words. Please see the attached call for more details. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to any of us.
Thank you for your time,
Sandra Linder (sandram@clemson.edu)Cindy Lee (LC@clemson.eduKaren High (khigh@clemson.edu
Sandra M. Linder, PhD
Professor of Early Childhood Mathematics EducationClemson University, College of Education
407F Tillman Hall
Clemson, SC 29634-0705
sandram@clemson.edu


Call for paper: Education, Engineering Education and Instruction Technology Conference (EEEITC 2021): 21-23 February 2021

Call for paper:

Education and Instruction Technology Conference (EEEITC 2021)

21-23 February 2021

Conference website: http://www.qu.edu.qa/conference/eitc-2021

The College of Education and the College of Engineering are pleased to announce for organizing Education, Engineering Education and Instructional Technology Conference that will be held in Qatar University from 21-23 February 2021 under the theme “Online Teaching and Learning: Leading the way”.

Qatar’s growing economy has high growth rate in both economic and social development. Qatar National Vision 2030 (QNV 2030) emphasizes the importance of knowledge and education to achieve a knowledge-based economy. The appropriate use of technologies, when embedded into curriculum design, is expected to support the development of innovative teaching practices and to enhance and enrich learning experiences. Also referred to as ‘e-learning’ (or electronic learning) and ‘digital learning’. 

According to UNESCO Director-General “Education will be profoundly transformed by AI,” “Teaching tools, ways of learning, access to knowledge, and teacher training will be revolutionized.” Artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to accelerate the process of achieving the global education goals through reducing barriers to access learning, automating management processes, and optimizing methods in order to improve learning outcomes. The conference support the United Nations’ 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Goal (SDGs) which will be discussed across a range of professional fields, including the education sector, and actively contribute to its mandate.

This is why upcoming EEEITC 21 will focus on bringing Technology and Educators together. EEEITC held annually at Qatar University, the 3-days event offers an exciting mix of high-level plenaries, workshops and hands-on demonstrations.

Conference Topics

Technology Design:

  • AI in Education – K12 and Post-secondary
  • Virtual Laboratory
  • Assistive Technology for Supportive E-learning Environments
  • Industrial Case Studies
  • Mobile Learning

Pedagogy and Curriculum

  • Online Teaching and Learning- Motivation and Engagement in an Online Learning, Online Teamwork
  • Course Design for Effective Online Learning
  • New Roles of Teaching and Learning in an Online Environment
  • Assessment in Online Learning
  • Developing Degree-based Online Programs
  • Online Learning Industries (Internships,…) (Industry collection through/for online learning)
  • Value-based Education

Policy and Leadership

  • Educational Leadership in a Digital Era
  • Social Equity Regarding Access to Technology `Gender, Social class, and Ethnicity
  • Value-based Education Practices and Policies
  • Institutional and Administrative Support for Online Teaching and Learning
  • Reimagining Education and Policy in a Digital Era
  • Politics, Economics, and Cultural Aspects in Education
  • Accreditation and Quality of Education

University-Industry Collaboration

  • Employability
  • Technology Transfer
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Partnership Between Government, University, and Industry
  • Workspace Learning Experience

Papers Submission Categories

Papers are accepted in both languages Arabic and English.

Papers for participation in the EEEITC 21 conference can be submitted in the following categories:

  • Extended Abstract/Short Paper (2-4 pages)
  • Full Papers (4-8 pages)
  • Work-in-Progress Papers (4-5 pages)
  • Graduate and Senior Student Posters (1-2 pages)

All submitted abstracts will be peer-reviewed by our committees and accepted one will be included in the conference program only which will be provided at the conference .

All full papers submissions will subject to a double-blind reviewing process.

All research papers contributions must be submitted through easychair:

https://easychair.org/cfp/EITC_2021

Extended abstract of a maximum of two pages can be submitted in either Arabic or English. The accepted abstracts can be extended to full papers that will be published in special issues in well-reputed journals. 

The EEEITC21 uses a hybrid conference model to ensure effective interaction between participants. Participants with an accepted abstract(s) and unable to travel due to coronavirus restrictions, will be given the option to present their work through live stream presentation via Videoconference platform or pre-recorded virtual presentation.

Publication & Indexing

After a careful reviewing process, all accepted full papers will be published in the Conference Proceedings, which will be included in the major database, as well as selected papers will be considered for well-reputed international journals.

Important Dates

———————

Extended Abstract: January 14, 2021

Notification of Acceptance: January 24, 2021 

Author registration deadline: February 1, 2021

Presentation Submission: February 14, 2021

Pre-conference workshops: February 20, 2021

Conference Committees

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Chair-Person

Dr. Hessa Al-Thani

General Co-Chairs

  • Mrs. Fawziya Al Khater, Ministry of Education and Higher Education
  • Prof. Ahmed El-Emadi, College of Education, Qatar University
  • Dr. Khalid Naji, College of Engineering, Qatar University

Organizing Committee:

  • Prof. Abdelmagid Hamouda.
  • Prof. Ahmed Mohammed Massoud.
  • Prof. Xiangyun Du.
  • Prof. Ahmed Megreya.
  • Prof. Michael Romanowski.
  • Dr. Wadha Labda.
  • Dr. Ahmed Al-saai.

The Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering (JWM) is pleased to announce a Themed Issue on Reimagining STEM Higher Education Research with Guest Editors Drs. Walter Lee and Sarah Rodriguez. We invite those working in this area to submit original papers that focus on social and political identities (e.g., race, gender, class, sexual orientation, disability) that are structurally linked to systems of oppression. Articles should focus on one or more aspects of the STEM higher education system (e.g., policy, structure, pedagogy, course content, ecology) and may address any combination of undergraduate students, graduate students, post-docs, and/or faculty in a range of higher education contexts (e.g., community colleges, minority-serving institutions, rural). 

We will accept the following types of papers: (1) Position Papers presenting an arguable opinion, plan of action, or agenda; (2) Methods Papers interrogating methodologies, approaches, or techniques; and (3) Theory Papers interrogating frameworks, conceptual models, or paradigms. Questions to consider include: How might we better use theories to promote equity in STEM higher education? What research methods are best suited for generating the sorts of insights needed to promote equity in STEM higher education? How might we reconceptualize how we design a STEM curriculum? What lines of inquiry should be prioritized by social scientists and education researchers focused on equity in STEM higher education? If you are uncertain about the suitability of an idea, please ask one of the guest editors. 

The due date for abstracts is October 9th, 2020. Please see the Call for Papers for additional information (also attached as a PDF): https://tinyurl.com/JWMThemedIssue

Walter C. Lee and Sarah L. Rodriguez

Guest Editors, Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering (JWM)


From Dr. Sarah Zappe

ERM Announcements for 8/15/2020

General Announcements

  1. ERM ANNOUNCEMENT: Request for ERM feedback on ASEE Hub
  2. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION:  Request for ERM members’ input 
  3. JOURNAL ANNOUNCEMENT:  Updated Author Guidelines Now Available: Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering

Position Announcements

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Researcher/Program Manager position at UC Irvine
  2. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Qualitative or Mixed Methods Consultant
  3. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Visiting Assistant Professor in Introduction to Engineering and Design at New York University Tandon School of Engineering

General Announcements

  1. ERM ANNOUNCEMENT: Request for ERM feedback on ASEE Hub

You may have received an e-mail from ASEE about a new Hub that is intended to promote communication among members.  The ERM Division has a group site within this Hub.  Please provide feedback on the ASEE HUB as to how you would like to see ERM use the platform.  To access the Hub, please go to https://aseehub.asee.org and look for the group for Educational Research and Methods (ERM).  Note the first discussion item welcoming members.  Please use this discussion board to give feedback or start other discussions.  How would you like this tool to be used in the future for ERM?

  1. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION:  Request for ERM members’ input

The Teaching & Learning Work Group of our Startup Task Force at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute is creating a document on online and hybrid instruction as guidance for faculty. ERM members are invited to crowdsource their knowledge and energy to improve this document and make it available for other institutions to use.  In particular, ERM members are invited to share their collective expertise to:

•           Correct errors in or add nuance to our recommendations; refine the language used

•           Add or edit the list of references 

To access the document and suggest changes, please see:  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1hS8PJW7nhPgjto6-4qfH0YJOz2Gevgqh/edit

For more information on this project, please contact Atsushi Akera at akeraa@rpi.edu.

  1. JOURNAL ANNOUNCEMENT:  Updated Author Guidelines Now Available: Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering

Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering is excited to announce that we have published updated authors guidelines (https://www.begellhouse.com/forauthors/journals/journal-of-women-and-minorities-in-science-and-engineering.html).  Among other instructions, we now request that authors include a positionality statement and section about how the researchers ensured the protection of vulnerable populations. Our updated guidelines also articulate an explicit expectation that submitting authors actively participate in the constructive review process of approximately three other manuscripts. Please read Editor-in-Chief Julie P. Martin’s editorial about constructive review (http://www.dl.begellhouse.com/download/article/203fb33c02179492/JWM-33945.pdf). We look forward to receiving your submissions!

Position Announcements

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Researcher/Program Manager position at UC Irvine

The Education Research Initiative (ERI) (https://educationresearch.uci.edu/)  at the University of California, Irvine is looking to hire an Academic Administrator to help guide and implement its mission. This is both a researcher and program manager position. Come work with us on exciting projects and help build a community of education researchers at UCI!

For more information and how to apply, see: https://recruit.ap.uci.edu/JPF06239

Please contact Natascha Buswell (nbuswell@uci.edu) with questions.

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Qualitative or Mixed Methods Consultant

The research team is searching for a qualified candidate to assist with duties surrounding a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant: Why We Persist: An Intersectional Study to Characterize and Examine the Experiences of Women Tenure-Track Faculty in Engineering. The grant explores the persistence of women, particularly women of color faculty in engineering, within the context of race, class, and gender. The consultant will join an interdisciplinary research team including faculty and graduate students from the Department of Engineering Education at The Ohio State University, the School of Engineering Education at Purdue University, and the Department of Teaching and Learning at Vanderbilt University.

The consultant is expected to draw upon theoretical perspectives across a variety of fields (e.g., higher education sociology, statistics, psychology, and anthropology). The candidate must possess a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology, Sociology, science, technology, engineering, and/or mathematics (STEM) Education, Leadership and Policy Studies, Learning Sciences, or related fields and must demonstrate skills in retrieving, reviewing, and synthesizing literature related to higher education, sociology, anthropology, or other related disciplines. Preference will be given to candidates with experience in mixed methods research. 

For a full job description with more detailed information including responsibilities, candidate qualifications, and application procedure, please contact Dr. Ebony McGee (ebony.mcgee@vanderbilt.edu), Associate Professor of Diversity and STEM Education at Vanderbilt University.

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Visiting Assistant Professor in Introduction to Engineering and Design at New York University Tandon School of Engineering

NYU is currently hiring for a Visiting Faculty in Introduction to Engineering and Design: https://apply.interfolio.com/77323. We are inviting applications for a full-time position with a start date of September 1, 2020. Given the time sensitivity we hope to expedite the recruitment process. EG 1003 is a multidisciplinary first-year engineering course that is required for all engineering majors at NYU Tandon. This course is team taught by a group of faculty who are supported by a large team of teaching assistants. We are looking for exceptional candidates with experience in engineering education or the engineering profession interested in supporting a diverse student body. Learn more and apply to join our team here: https://apply.interfolio.com/77323.

For more information, contact Jack Bringardner at jack.bringardner@nyu.edu


 Call for SPEED’s educational content officers 2020

We would like to invite YOU to become part of an excellent team. You will get the opportunity to work with some of the key student leaders in engineering education in the world, learn more about engineering education in general and develop a new network of contacts while gaining valuable experience in conducting student events on an international level.

Join us and apply here:  https://forms.gle/GxUcDWuKHhTo1qXa8

Best regards,

Felipe Gómez Gallo, President  SPEED

Environmental and Civil Engineer Universidad de los Andes

Msc. Environmental Engineering Student Universidad de los Andes

Colombia e: felipe.gallo0912@gmail.com 

email from SPEED President
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