Thursday, October 30, 2014

CNA Corporation Info Session 11-03-2014


CNA Corporation will be hosting an information session at Purdue University on Monday November 3rd, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm in Stewart Center, 128 Memorial Mall, room 311.  Light refreshments will be served. 

We are interested in recruiting individuals with experience in engineering, mathematics, economics and computer science. 
 
 

Dinning Etiquette


Purdue Research Roundtable - Nov. 11th 9am-4pm in PMU


ME Students Needed for Research on Engineering Learning

To Purdue Engineering Students,

We are educational researchers who are working to improve learning and instruction in engineering courses. Specifically, we are studying how to design questions that can reliably diagnose students' understandings and confusion in engineering sciences. We are asking you to help us with our research.


Are you at least 18 years old?
Have you completed (or are currently completing) one or more of the following courses:
•        ME 200, Thermodynamics I
•        ME 300, Thermodynamics II
•        ME 315, Heat & Mass Transfer
•        ME 318, Fluid Mechanics
•        ME 321, Heat Transfer       
•        CHE 211, Thermodynamics
•        CHE 378, Heat & Mass Transfer
•        MSE 260 Thermodynamics
•        MSE 340 Transport Phenomena

If so, you are eligible to participate! If you participate, you may enter to win 1 of 6 $50 Amazon.com gift cards. We estimate approximately 200 students might participate in this research.

The study consists of a 24-question quiz about heat and thermal science. If you would like to take part in this scientific study click on the link below. It should take less than an hour to complete the quiz and your answers will be anonymous. When you finish the quiz, you will be given an option to enter your email for the Amazon.com gift cards.


To participate in this study click here:

http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/1748186/Thermal-and-Transport-Concept-Inventory-Heat-Transfer-copy

The password is: aph23

Questions and requests for information regarding this research should be directed to:

Ruth Streveler, Ph.D.
School of Engineeering
Neil Armstrong Hall of Engineering, ARMS 1307
Purdue University
701 W. Stadium Avenue
West Lafayette, IN 47907
Email:
streveler@purdue.edu  Phone: 765-496-9031  

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