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Best Practices and Strategies for Retaining Engineering, Engineering Technology and Computing Students

March 13, 2015

The American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) provides access to important resources to help us explore promising practices and strategies for retaining students in Engineering, Engineering Technology and Computing (including Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Computer Technology, and related disciplines) programs.

Access:  ASEE Retention Project

See also: Keeping students in engineering: A research-to-practice brief

'As important as academic advising is the more wide-ranging yet personal task of mentoring. Advisers can assume this role, but others can be found as well: fellow undergraduates, senior faculty no longer involved in research, or engineers working in industry. Good mentoring can help students see themselves as engineers and feel they belong in engineering.'

Innovation with Impact:

Creating a Culture for Scholarly and Systematic Innovation in Engineering Education