Educating Engineers for 2000 Plus
Leading engineering education into the 21st century...
The Pacific SouthWest Section is a division of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), a nonprofit organization of individuals, institutions, and companies dedicated to improving all aspects of engineering education.
NEW ASEE-PSW Section SPRING 1999 CONFERENCE Reservation Form
MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIR,
about the Conference and the Election of Officers
Agenda for March 19, 1999 Meeting at Las Vegas
If you can't access AOL
to read the Nugget, click here for local access to the Nugget.
Fall 1998 Nuggett (alternate link)
For details please go to the ASEE/PSW 1999 Conference Homepage
NEW -- Call for Papers - 1999 Program
For details about suggested Program Topics, go to Call for Papers, Annual Meeting 1999.
Abstracts Due October 30, 1998
1998-99 UNDERGRADUATE ENGINEERING DESIGN COMPETITION
Details and rules. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
· Sample Ballot for Executive Board
· Executive Board
§ Minutes of Executive Board meetings:
· Financial Reports/Budgets
o Treasurer's ReportPSW, Bass Account. October 1996
o Treasurer's Report, PSW, Bass Account, March, 1997
o Treasurer's Report, NEW - PSW, Bass Account, March, 1998
o Projected Budget, Spring 1997, Joint ELC & PSW (ASEE) Meetings, March 12-15, 1997
o Draft, Revised Budget, Spring 1997, Joint ELC & PSW (ASEE) Meetings, March 12-15, 1997
o Student Awards
o PSW Nugget: --Last issue of Pacific SouthWest Section Newsletter - Fall 1996
o NEW NUGGET Editor: Prof. Lyle McCurdy. He can be reached at:
o Lbmccurdy@csupomona.edu which is his work email OR
o LyleM29510@aol.com. He prefers that one use his home email address.
Dr. McCurdy is a tenured Professor in the
Department of Engineering Technology at California State Polytechnic
University, Pomona. Prof. McCurdy earned his BS and MS degrees in Engineering
Technology, (with emphasis on Electronics) from Arizona State University, and
his Ph.D. in Technical Education from Texas A&M.
Prof. McCurdy is currently Chair of the Lower-Division Requirements Core Committee for Engineering. He will be the Chair of the Engineering Liaison Committee in 1999. He is a past newsletter editor for the Engineering Technology Division of ASEE and he has served as the Chair of the ETD Program.
Prof. McCurdy's primary teaching interests include analog and digital control systems and programming in C, C++/OOP, and Windows. He is slated to teach the department's new Technical Communications course this Fall.
· URL links to Pacific SouthWest Section Universities and Colleges.
If you are a member of the ASEE/Pacific Southwest
Section, your University might be listed here.
If your institution or its WebPage URL is NOT listed, please email the information to:
PSW Section (ASEE) Thank you.
Copyright 1997: Last revision: Monday, February 8, 1999(eew)
There have been visits to this site since 2-23-97.