MIDDLE ATLANTIC SECTION
Welcome !
ASEE is the premier organization devoted to the promotion of Engineering Education. The Middle Atlantic Section dates back to 1942 when the organization was named Society for the Promotion of Engineering Education (SPEE) and it carries on with the tradition of transforming the Engineering teaching and learning process. 
 
The Section covers a broad geographic area, including New York City area, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and Washington, DC to mid-State Pennsylvania. We encourage new and old members to support our activities, especially our fall and spring conferences.  
 
We look forward to your participation at our Fall Section Conference on October 26-27, 2018, at Brooklyn Technical High School. Please view the  information below. 

Ahmet Zeytinci
Middle Atlantic Section Chair
2018-2019
Upcoming Events
Fall 2018 Conference
Brooklyn Technical High School
October 26-27

ASEE is a member-driven organization. Perhaps you are considering becoming more active, but you are not sure where to begin. Attend the Fall 2018 Conference and the Executive Committee meeting at Brooklyn Technical High School. We welcome new members and look forward to seeing returning ones. The conference is a place to learn about the activities of the Middle Atlantic Section and the initiatives of ASEE at the national level. Students, educators, administrators, industry representatives and K-12 teachers are welcome!

The Conference chair, Dr. Suzanne Keilson, Loyola University  has developed a variety of stimulating activities, workshops and presentations. Please support your colleagues by attending the Conference.
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Life Time Achievement Award
Dr. Victor Schutz, Professor Emeritus, Temple University was presented with the Life Time Achievement Award, Middle Atlantic Section of ASEE for his dedication and promotion of the principles of Engineering Education. Dr. Schutz is the Historian for the Section and his participation dates back to its founding. Victor is the consummate professional and has spent years mentoring students and colleagues with the goal of providing improved engineering education. Thank you Victor for your dedication to our Section and ASEE!