Christians in Engineering & Technology
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Many of our readers are on the faculty of engineering departments at Christian colleges and universities. Many other readers are graduates of these programs. A simple list of engineering programs at Christian colleges and universities is available on the CES website. However, we would like to begin a series of articles highlighting one of these programs each month, providing more in-depth descriptions. What would you like to see in these articles? What is important to know about a program? If you have some suggestions for interview questions, or if you would like to volunteer to write the article for your institution, please contact the editor, Steve VanderLeest.
Call for Papers and Posters: The 61st Annual Meeting of the American
Track 5: Christian Values in Engineering, Technology, and the Physical Sciences
Papers in this symposium should focus on how our common faith affects
Abstracts are due by February 6, 2006. Session coordinators: Ruth Douglas
Miller, Department of Electrical and Chemical Engineering, Kansas State
University, 261 Rathbone Hall, Manhattan, KS, 66506-5204; (785) 532-459
6; rdmiller AT ksu.edu; and Steve VanderLeest, Department of Engineering,
Calvin College, 3201 Burton Street SE, Grand Rapids, MI, 49546; (616)
526-6559; svleest AT calvin.edu. Deadline for abstracts is Monday, February
The next Christian Engineering Education Conference will be in Chicago on June 21-23, 2006, immediately following ASEE. We will begin on Wednesday evening, June 21 with a fellowship dinner and worship time. We will finish with lunch on Friday, June 23.
The conference will be held on the campus of Olivet
Nazarene University, located in Bourbonnais, Illinois (about 50 minutes
south of Chicago). Round trip transportation from Chicago will be available.
Cost of the conference (including lodging, meals, and registration fee,
but not transportation) is expected to be under $100. Registration forms
will be available on the CEEC
A good number of abstracts were received and are currently under review.
We could still use some help with several aspects of the conference.
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