Enhancing Diversity in the Undergraduate Mechanical Engineering Population through Curriculum Change
The following papers have been published based on work performed during NSF project #0431756:
- Busch-Vishniac, I., and Jarosz, J. (2004). Can diversity in the undergraduate engineering population be enhanced through curricular change? Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering, 19, 255-281.
- Jarosz, J. P. and Busch-Vishniac, I. J. (2006). A topical analysis of mechanical engineering curricula. J. of Engr. Ed., 95, 241-248.
- Campbell, P.B., Patterson, E.A., Busch Vishniac, I., Kibler, T., (2008). Integrating Applications in the Teaching of Fundamental Concepts, Proc. 2008 Annual Conf. & Exposition American Society for Engineering Education, Paper no. AC 2008-499.
- Patterson, E.A., Campbell, P.B., Busch-Vishniac, I., Guillaume, D.W., (2009). The relevance of relevance in exemplars for dynamics and mechanics, Proc. Int. Conf. Engineering Research and Education, Seoul, Korea. Paper #12324150241.