Publications

Research Publications and Presentations

Department: Technology Leadership & Innovation

Jenny Daugherty

Articles

  1. Daugherty, J. L., Mentzer, N., Lybrook, D., & Little-Wiles, J. (in progress). Philosophical perspectives on technology leadership. In Wang, S., & Hartsell, T. (Eds.). Technology integration and foundations for effective technology leadership. IGI Global.
  2. Daugherty, J. L., & Custer, R., L. (in progress). In-service teacher approaches: Middle and high school grades. In Strobel, J., Purzer, S., & Cardella, M. (Eds.). Engineering in pre-college settings: Research into practice. Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
  3. Daugherty, J. L., Custer, R. L., & Dixon, R. (in press). Mapping concepts for learning & assessment. The Technology and Engineering Teacher.
  4. Cornachione, E., & Daugherty, J. L. (in press). Trends in opportunity costs of U.S. postsecondary education: A national HRD and human capital theory analysis. New Horizons in Adult Education & Human Resource Development.
  5. Johnson, S. D., Dixon, R., Daugherty, J., & Lawanto, O. (2011). General versus specific intellectual competencies: The question of learning transfer. In M. Barak & M. Hacker (Eds.)., Fostering human development through engineering and technology education. (pp. 55-74). Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
  6. Daugherty, J. L., & Custer, R. L. (2010). Secondary level engineering professional development: Content, pedagogy, and challenges. International Journal of Design and Technology Education. Retrieved from http://www.springerlink.com/content/u032u46kl7437602/
  7. Custer, R. L., Daugherty, J. L., Meyer, J. (2010). Formulating a concept base for secondary level engineering: A review and synthesis. Journal of Technology Education, 22(1), 4-21.
  8. Daugherty, J. L. Reese, G. C., & Merrill, C. M. (2010). Trajectories of mathematics and technology education pointing to engineering design. Journal of Technology Studies 36(1), 46-52. 
  9. Merrill, C., Reece, G., & Daugherty, J. (2010). Mathematics education. In P.A. Reed & J.E. LaPorte (Eds.), Research in technology education. (pp. 139-154) Council on Technology Teacher Education 59th Yearbook, Woodland Hills, CA: Glencoe McGraw Hill.
  10. Merrill, C. M., & Daugherty, J. (2010). STEM education and leadership: A mathematics and science partnership approach. Journal of Technology Education 21(2), 21-34.
  11. Custer, R. L., & Daugherty, J. L. (2009). Professional development for teachers of engineering: Research and related activities. The Bridge: Linking Engineering and Society. 39(3), 18-24.
  12. Custer, R. L., Daugherty, J. L., & Meyer, J. P. (2009). Formulating the conceptual base for secondary level engineering education: A review and synthesis. A paper commissioned by the National Academy of Engineering’s Committee Exploring Content Standards for K-12 Engineering Education.                    
  13. Merrill, C. M., Custer, R. L., Daugherty, J., Westrick, M, & Zeng, Y. (2009). Delivering core engineering concepts to secondary level students. Journal of Technology Education 20(1), 48-64.           
  14. Johnson, S. D., & Daugherty, J. L. (2009). Status of research in technology education. Journal of Technology Education 20(1), 16-31.
  15. Daugherty, J. L., & Mentzer, N. J. (2008). Analogical reasoning in the engineering design process and technology education applications. Journal of Technology Education, 19(2), 7-21.
  16. Daugherty, J. (2008). Engineering byDesign™ professional development evaluation summary report. In the Conference on Graduate Student Research in Engineering and Technology Education Proceedings, May 22, 2008. (pp. 3-7).
  17. Cornachione, E. B., Jr., & Daugherty, J. (2008). Opportunity cost of post-secondary education. In the Academy of Human Resource Development 2008 International Research Conference Proceedings, Panama City, Florida.
  18. Johnson, S. D., Burghardt, Daugherty, J. (2008). Research frontiers: An emerging research agenda. In R. Custer & T.L. Erekson, (Eds.). Engineering and Technology Education Council of Teachers of Technology Education Yearbook. (pp. 233-257). Peoria, IL: Mission Hills, CA: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill Publishers.
  19. Daugherty, J., & Daugherty, M. (2007). Thinking in time: Affecting technological literacy through oral history research. In J. R. Dakers, W. J. Dow, & M. J. de Vries, (Eds.). Pupils Attitudes Towards Technology 18 International Conference on Design and Technology Educational Research: Teaching and Learning Technological Literacy in the Classroom, University of Glasgow, Scotland.
  20. Daugherty, M. & Daugherty, J. (2006). Virden Strike, History Curriculum. Illinois History Teacher, 13.2.
Beverly Davis

Journals

  1. Davis, B. (2007). Situational Prevention and Penetration Testing: A Proactive Approach to Social Engineering in Organizations. Terrorism Issues: Threat Assessment, Consequences, and Prevention. Ed. Merkidze, A.W. New York: Nova Science Publishers. pp. 175-189.
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  3. Ripley, M.L. & Davis, B. (July, 2007). Trickster Fiddles with Information: The Social Impact of Technological Marketing Schemes. 2007 International Multi-Conference on Society, Cybernetics and Informatics sponsored by the International Institute of Informatics and Systemics: Orlando, FL. 325-330. 
  4. Davis, B. & Cummings, M. (March, 2007). Advanced Networking Technologies: Reciprocity Lessons for Leaders in Military Operations and Business Ventures. 2007 International Academy of Business Disciplines:  Orlando, FL
  5. Laware, G., Davis, B., & Perusich, K. (Spring, 2006). Systems Thinking: A Paradigm for Professional Development. International Journal of Modern Engineering,  V.6, Number 2.
  6. Laware, G., Davis, B., & Perusich, K. (Spring, 2006). Systems Thinking: A Paradigm for Professional Development. International Journal of Modern Engineering,  V.6, Number 2.
  7. Davis, B. (Spring, 2005). PREPARE: Seeking systemic solutions for technological crisis management (TCM). Journal of Knowledge and Process Management: Wiley Publishers. V. 12, Number 2, pp. 123-131.
  8. Davis, B. & Jack, H. (Grand Valley State University) (June, 2005). Reinventing Manufacturing Engineering: Refocusing and Exploring Future Opportunities for Students. 2005 ASEE Conference: CD ROM. Portland, OR *Selected for on-line publication by the National Center for Manufacturing Education Resource Center (www.ncmeresource.org).  
  9. Morgan, J. (Princeton University), & Davis, B. (June, 2005). Promoting Engineering Education as a Career: A Generational Approach. 2005 ASEE Conference Proceedings: CD ROM. Portland, OR
  10. Ripley, M.L. (York University: Toronto), & Davis, B. (October, 2004). Consumer     Behavior, Social Class and Marketing: Technoism and Digital Divisions. Emerging Issues in Business and Technology Proceedings: Myrtle Beach, SC. 
  11. Davis, B., & Ripley, L. (York University: Toronto, Canada).  (October, 2003). Technology has no conscience of its own: Trickster, Technoism, and technology acquisition life-cycles. 2003 Proceedings of the Emerging Issues in Business and Technology.341-348: Myrtle Beach, SC.
Nathalie Duval-...

Relevant Publications 

  1. Duval-Couetil*, N., Shartrand, A. & Reed-Rhoads, T. (in press). The role of entrepreneurship program models and experiential activities on engineering student outcomes. Advances in Engineering Education.
  2. Duval-Couetil, N., Pilcher, J., Hart-Wells, E., Weilerstein, P. & Gotch, C. (2014, February). Undergraduate involvement in intellectual property protection at universities: Views from technology transfer professionals. International Journal of Engineering Education.
  3. Duval-Couetil, N. (2013, July). Assessing entrepreneurship education programs: Challenges and approaches. Journal of Small Business Management. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jsbm.12024/full
  4. Duval-Couetil, N. & Dyrenfurth, M. (2012, September) Teaching Students to be Innovators:  Examining Competencies and Approaches Across Disciplines. International Journal of Innovation Science. Volume 4(3), 143-154. http://multi-science.metapress.com/content/y865250965v02697/fulltext.pdf
  5. Duval-Couetil, N., Reed-Rhoads, T. & Haghighi, S.† (2012). Engineering students and entrepreneurship education:  Involvement, attitudes and outcomes.  International Journal of Engineering Education 28(2), 425-435. http://www.ijee.ie/latestissues/Vol28-2/25_ijee2555ns.pdf
  6. Duval-Couetil, N. & Dohrman, R. (2011). Development of a Women and Leadership Course to Increase Awareness of and Involvement by Women in Entrepreneurship Education.   Labyrinth Paths: Women's Leadership Development and Communicative Praxis in the Twenty-first Century.  Lexington Books. http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keyw....
  7. Duval-Couetil, N., Reed-Rhoads, T. &  Haghighi, S.† (2011, December). The Engineering Entrepreneurship Survey: An assessment instrument to examine engineering student involvement in entrepreneurship education.  Journal of Engineering Entrepreneurship. 2(2), 35-56. http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/jeen/jeen/2011/00000002/00000002/a...
  8. Duval-Couetil, N. & Mikulecky, L. (2011, March). Immigrants, English, and the workplace: Evaluating employer demand for language education in manufacturing companies. Journal of Workplace Learning. 23(3), 209-223. http://www.emeraldinsight.com/journals.htm?articleid=1915485&show=abstract

Select Conference Proceedings and Presentations 

  1. Wheadon, M. & Duval-Couetil, N. (2014, January). Increasing the employability of doctoral students through entrepreneurship education. United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship Conference, Fort Worth, TX.
  2. Duval-Couetil*, N., Kisenwether*, E., Tranquillo*, J. & Wheadon, J.† (2013, October). Entrepreneurship and ABET accreditation: How and where does it fit? Paper presented at ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference, Oklahoma City, OK.
  3. Duval-Couetil*, N. & Wheadon, J.† (2013, October). The value of entrepreneurship to recent engineering graduates: A qualitative perspective. Paper presented at ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference, Oklahoma City, OK.
  4. Wheadon, J. & Duval-Couetil, N. (June, 2013). Analyzing the expected learning outcomes of entrepreneurship business plan development activities using Bloom’s Taxonomy. Proceedings of the American Association of Engineering Education Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA.
  5. Duval-Couetil, N., Barrett, B. (2012, October).  Differentiating undergraduates from graduate student and faculty inventors. Paper presented at ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference, Seattle, WA.
  6. Dohrman, R., Buzzanel, P. & Duval-Couetil, N. (October, 2012). The Material Reality of the Contemporary Archetypal Entrepreneur: Connections between Feminism and Entrepreneurialism in the Role of Bodies at Work, Proceedings of the Organization for the Study of Communication, Language and Gender Conference, Tacoma, WA.
  7. Duval-Couetil, N. (2012, January). Characteristics and Attitudes of Students Participating in a Multidisciplinary Entrepreneurship Program. United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE) Conference, New Orleans, LA.
  8. Duval-Couetil, N., Barrett, B. (2011, October) Work in Progress: Undergraduates and Intellectual Property: Trends, Policies, and Practices. ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference, Rapid City, SD.
  9. Duval-Couetil, N., Reed-Rhoads, T., Haghighi, S. (2011, October). Work in Progress: Entrepreneurship Literacy for Engineering Students. ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference, Rapid City, SD.
  10. Duval-Couetil, N., Reed-Rhoads, T., Haghighi, S. (2011, May).  Engineering Students and Entrepreneurship Education:  Involvement, Attitudes and Outcomes.  Design Education: Innovation and Entrepreneurship.  Harvey Mudd College Design Workshop VIII, Claremont, CA.
  11. Duval-Couetil, N., Reed-Rhoads, T., Haghighi, S. (2011, March). Investigating the Impact of Entrepreneurship Education on Engineering Students. National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance Conference, Washington, DC.
  12. Duval-Couetil, N., Reed-Rhoads, T., Haghighi, S. (2011, March). Investigating the Impact of Entrepreneurship Education on Engineering Students. National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance Conference, Washington, DC. http://nciia.org/network/conference/2011/papers
  13. Duval-Couetil, N., The Assessment of Entrepreneurship Education: A Status Report. (January, 2011). United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE) Conference, Hilton Head.
  14. Duval-Couetil, N., Reed-Rhoads, T., Haghighi, S. (2010, October). Developing an Assessment to Examine Multiple Outcomes of Entrepreneurship Education on Engineering Students  ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference, Washington, DC.
  15. Duval-Couetil, N., & Goonewardene, J. (2009, September). Innovate/Create: Building Business from University Research. International Entrepreneurship Forum, Istanbul, Turkey.
Michael Dyrenfurth

Most recently, he co-authored, with Grimson, W., & Murphy, M. (2009). Liberal Studies in Engineering & Technology. Chapter 8 in S.H. Christensen, B. Delahousse, & M. Meganck, (Eds.) (2009). Engineering in Context. Aarhus, Denmark: Academica.  Previously, he co-edited, together with Prof. Dr. Theuerkauf (Germany) International perspectives on technological education: Outcomes & futures, a proceedings book from the International Working Seminar for Scholars in Technology Education. In addition, he authored a University Council for Vocational Education, book chapter entitled HRD's Futures: Four Possibilities and in 1997 his work "Research in Technology Education, What do we really know?" was published in Blandow & Theuerkauf's (Eds.), Strategien und Paradigmenwechsel zur Technischen Bildung, Hildesheim, Germany.

In 1994 he edited with Prof. Dr. Dietrich Blandow of Germany, Technology Education in School and Industry: Emerging Didactics for Human Resource Development, a NATO ASI Series Book; in 1992 he published, with Dr. Dietrich Blandow and pursuant to support from the Technical Foundation of America, Technological Literacy, Competence and Innovation in Human Resource Development; and in 1991, his (co-edited) yearbook entitled Technological Literacy, was published by the International Technology Education Association.

He has authored American, Canadian, and international journal articles and a variety of curricula including Energy & Power Technology, Materials & Processing Technology, Process Instrumentation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration), the Missouri Industrial Technology Education Guide, an invited monograph, Literacy for a Technological World, delineating the concept and implications of technological literacy; a book chapter dealing with technology resource utilization, and, together with Daniel Householder, the Review and Synthesis of Research in Industrial Arts, 1968-1979.

Dr. Dyrenfurth served on the editorial boards of the Journal of Technology Studies (EPT) the International Journal for Technology and Design Education and M/S/T. He has presented 180+ sessions at international, national, and local conferences on technology, vocational education, methodology, research, simulation, technology, technology education, & technological literacy.

Dr. Dyrenfurth's specialties include technology education and teacher education, technological literacy, program and curriculum evaluation, international vocational technical education and leadership development. Research and consulting also form an important part of his work, a sample of which has involved international technical/vocational education, safety, developing business-industry-labor linkages, competency-based training, needs assessment, third party and other evaluations, curriculum development, human relations and workshop training.

Stephen Elliott

Journals

  1. Kukula, E.P., Blomeke, C.R., Modi, S.K. and Elliott, S.J. (2009). Effect of human-biometric sensor interaction on fingerprint matching performance, image quality and minutiae count. Int. J. Computer Applications in Technology. Vol. 34. No. 4. pp.270-277. ISSN: 0952-8091.
  2. Jihyeon, J., Elliott, S. J., & Kim, H. (2007). On improving interoperability of fingerprint recognition using resolution compensation based on sensor evaluations. In Lecture notes in computer science (4642/2007, pp. 455-463). Berlin, Germany: Springer.
  3. Bhargav-Spantzel, A., Squicciarini, A. C., Modi, S. K., Young, M. R., Bertino, E., & Elliott, S. J. (2007). Privacy preserving multi-factor authentication with biometrics. Journal of Computer Security, 15, 529-560.
  4. Elliott, S. J., & Rishel, T. (2007). An exploratory survey in collaborative software in a graduate course in automatic identification and data capture. Journal of Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology, 4, 153-162.
  5. Elliott, S. J., & Kukula, E. P. (2007). The challenges associated with laboratory-based distance education. EDUCAUSE Quarterly, 30(1), 37-42.
  6. Rusk, C. P., Blomeke C. R., Balschweid, M. A., Elliott, S. J., & Baker, D. (2006). An evaluation of retinal imaging technology for 4-H beef and sheep identification. Journal of Extension, 44(5).
  7. Kukula, E. P, & Elliott, S. J. (2006). Implementation of hand geometry: An analysis of user perspectives and system performance. IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine, 21(3), 3-9.
  8. Elliott, S. J., Peters, J. L., & Rishel, T. J. (2004). An introduction to biometrics technology: Its place in technology education. Journal of Industrial Teacher Education, 41(4), 59-69.
  9. Elliott, S. J. (2004). Differentiation of signature traits vis-à-vis mobile- and table-based digitizers. ETRI Journal, 26, 641-646.
  10. Kukula, E. P., & Elliott, S. J. (2004). Evaluation of a facial recognition algorithm across three illumination conditions. IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine, 19(9), 19-23. (Graduate student researcher primary author)
  11. Hanisch, D. E., & Elliott, S. J. (2004, January/February). Biometrics and expanded service kiosks. Banking Today/Journal of the Hong Kong Institute of Bankers, 15, 14-16. (Undergraduate student researcher primary author)
  12. Elliott, S. J. (2003). Biometric technology: A primer for aviation technology students. International Journal of Applied Aviation Studies, 3, 311-322.
  13. Louks, R., Elliott, S. J., & Sutton, M. J. (2003). Command and control voice recognition for automotive telematics. Ford Technical Journal, (6)5, 18. (Graduate student researcher primary author)
  14. Leniski, A. C., Skinner, R. C., McGann, S. F., & Elliott, S. J. (2003). Managing and securing biometrics implementations (Part 1). International Edition of the A&S (Automation and Security) Magazine. (Undergraduate student researcher primary author)
  15. Leniski, A. C., Skinner, R. C., McGann, S. F., & Elliott, S. J. (2003). Managing and securing biometrics implementations (Part 2). International Edition of the A&S (Automation and Security) Magazine. (Undergraduate student researcher primary author)

Non-refereed Conference Proceedings

  1. Kukula, E. P., Sickler, N. C., & Elliott, S. J. (2004). Adaptation and implementation to a graduate course development in biometrics. World Conference on Engineering and Technology Education, Santos, Brazil.
  2. Sickler, N. C., Kukula, E. P., & Elliott, S. J. (2004). The development of a distance education class in automatic identification and data capture at Purdue University. World Conference on Engineering and Technology Education, Santos, Brazil.
  3. Elliott, S. J., & Sutton, M. J. (2002). Graduate course development in biometrics. Proceedings of the 2002 ASEE/SEFI/TUB Colloquium, Berlin, Germany.

Presentations

  1. Elliott, S. J. (2007, January). Analysis of finger preference of users for fingerprint recognition systems. Paper presented at the fifth annual BERC Biometrics Conference, Biometric Engineering Research Center, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea.
  2. Elliott, S. J. (2006, February). Human biometric sensor interaction and its affect on modality performance. Paper presented at the fourth annual BERC Biometrics Conference, Biometric Engineering Research Center, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea.
  3. Elliott, S. J. (2006, January). Panel moderator, Biometrics data quality and interoperability conformance. Biometric Authentication Symposium, 4th International Symposium on Computing and Media Studies, Kyoto, Japan.
  4. Elliott, S. J. (2004, June). The challenges of environment and the human biometric device interaction on biometric system performance. Paper presented at the International Workshop on Biometric Technologies, Calgary, Canada.
  5. Elliott, S. J. (2004, June). The challenges of environment and the human biometric device interaction on biometric system performance. Paper presented at the International Workshop on Biometric Technologies, Calgary, Canada.
  6. Elliott, S. J. (2004, June). The challenges of environment and the human biometric device interaction on biometric system performance. Paper presented at the International Workshop on Biometric Technologies, Calgary, Canada.
  7. Elliott, S. J. (2002, October). Biometrics: Which technology is right for you? Paper presented at Frontline Solutions Europe, Birmingham, England.
  8. Elliott, S. J. (2002, Sept). National and international biometrics standards update. Paper presented at Biometrics 2002, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  9. Elliott, S. J. (2001, October). How to choose your handheld and fixed position terminals for mobile application. Paper presented at Frontline Solutions Europe, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  10. Elliott, S. J. (2001, October). The A-Z of RF/DC: How does it work, where can I use it? Paper presented at Frontline Solutions Europe, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

b. National:

  1. Elliott, S. J. (2007, July). An introduction to biometric technologies for the educator. Paper presented at Automatic Identification and Data Capture Technical Institute, Athens, OH.
  2. Elliott, S. J. (2007, February). Case study: Phone-based voice biometrics for remote authentication. Paper presented at the RSA Conference, San Francisco, CA
  3. Elliott, S. J. (2006, March). Fingerprint image quality across different populations. Paper presented at NIST Biometric Image Quality Workshop, Gaithersburg, MD.
  4. Elliott, S. J. (2006, March). Activities of SC37 / WG5 Biometric Equipment Performance Rapporteur Group. Paper presented at NIST Biometric Image Quality Workshop, Gaithersburg, MD.
  5. Elliott, S. J. (2006, July). An introduction to biometric technologies for the educator. Paper presented at the Automatic Identification and Data Capture Technical Institute, Athens, OH.
  6. Elliott, S. J. (2005, July). An introduction to biometric technologies for the educator. Paper presented at the Automatic Identification and Data Capture Technical Institute, Athens, OH.
  7. Elliott, S. J. (2004, September). Introduction to biometric research and education at Purdue University. Paper presented at the Biometrics Consortium, Washington, DC.
  8. Elliott, S. J. (2004, September). An evaluation of fingerprint quality vis-à-vis an 18- to 25-year-old population baseline. Paper presented at the Biometrics Consortium, Washington, DC.
  9. Elliott, S. J. (2004, July). Biometric technologies: The future. Paper presented at the Automatic Identification and Data Capture Technical Institute, Athens, OH.
  10. Elliott, S. J. (2004, July). An introduction to biometric technologies for the educator. Paper presented at the Automatic Identification and Data Capture Technical Institute, Athens, OH.
  11. Elliott, S. J. (2003, July). An introduction to biometric technologies for the educator. Paper presented at the Automatic Identification and Data Capture Technical Institute, Athens, OH.
  12. Elliott, S. J. (2002, November). A new era: Education-Educational initiatives at Purdue University. Paper presented at INCITS and INCITS TC Officer Symposium, Washington, DC.
  13. Elliott, S. J. (2002, November). Biometrics 101. Paper presented at the Hawaii Biometrics Conference, Waikiki, HI.
  14. Elliott, S. J. (2002, October). The challenge of campus deployments. Paper presented at Biometech, New York, NY.
  15. Elliott, S. J. (2002, September). Educational needs in biometrics and information assurance. Panel discussion, NIST Biometrics Consortium, Crystal City, VA.
  16. Elliott, S. J. (2002, September). Graduate course development in biometrics. Paper presented at the NIST Biometrics Consortium, Crystal City, VA.
  17. Elliott, S. J. (2001, October). Bar codes and inventory control. Paper presented at the National Association of Floor Covering Distributors (NAFCD) Annual Conference, LaJolla, CA.
  18. Elliott, S. J. (2000, December). Barcode symbol contrast and media effects. Paper presented at the National Association of Industrial Technology (NAIT) National Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.

c. Regional:

  1. Elliott, S. J. (2005, November). Practical issues in cybersecurity. Paper presented at TechPoint 8 Summit, Indianapolis, IN.
  2. Elliott, S. J. (2004, August). Biometric technologies in the banking sector. Paper presented at the Federal Financial Examination Council (FFIEC) Regional Examiners Conference, Chicago, IL.
  3. Elliott, S. J. (2003, July). Biometric technology. Paper presented at the Indiana Executive Leadership Forum, Indianapolis, IN.
  4. Elliott, S. J. (2001, November). Pros and cons of handheld platforms – Palm vs. Windows CE. Paper presented at Frontline Solutions, Chicago, IL.

d. Local:

  1. Elliott, S. J. (2006, March). An assessment of performance between on- and off- campus students in an Automatic Identification and Data Capture course. Paper presented at the Teaching and Learning Technologies Conference, West Lafayette, IN.
  2. Elliott, S. J. (2005, March). Biometric technology panel discussion. Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security (CERIAS) Conference, West Lafayette, IN.
  3. Elliott, S. J. (2005, March). Biometric technology and manufacturing. Paper presented at the Energizing the Enterprise Conference, West Lafayette, IN.
  4. Elliott, S. J. (2005, March). Biometric technology for your business. Paper presented at the New Economy Network meeting, West Lafayette, IN.
  5. Elliott, S. J. (2004, March). Biometric technology: An introduction. Paper presented at the New Economy Network meeting, West Lafayette, IN.
  6. Elliott, S. J. (2002, October). AIDC and biometric technologies workshop. Paper presented at the Technology Educators of Indiana (TEI) Conference, West Lafayette, IN.

Refereed Conference Proceedings

  1. Modi, S. K., Elliott, S. J., Kim, H., & Kukula, E. P. (2008). Statistical Analysis Framework for Biometric System Interoperability Testing. Paper presented at the ICITA 2008, Cairns, Australia
  2. Blomeke, C.R., Modi, S.K., & Elliott, S. J. (2008). Investigating the relationship between fingerprint image quality and skin characteristics. In Proceedings of the 42nd Annual IEEE International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology (Vol. 42, pp. 158-161). Prague, Czech Republic.
  3. Kukula, E. P., Blomeke, C. R., Modi, S. K., & Elliott, S. J.(2008). Effect of Human Interaction on Fingerprint Matching Performance, Image Quality, and Minutiae Count. Paper presented at the ICITA 2008, Cairns, Australia.
  4. Frick, M. D., Modi, S. K., Elliott, S. J., & Kukula, E.P.(2008). Impact of Gender on Fingerprint Recognition Systems. Paper presented at the ICITA 2008, Cairns, Australia.
  5. Modi, S. K., Elliott, S. J., & Kim, H. (2007, December). Performance analysis for multi sensor fingerprint recognition. Paper presented at the Third International Conference on Information Systems Security (ICISS, 2007), New Delhi, India.
  6. Blomeke, C. R., Elliott, S. J., & Walter, T. (2007, October). Bacterial survivability and transferability on biometric devices. Paper to be presented at the 41st Annual International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology (ICCST), Ottawa, Canada.
  7. Elliott, S. J., Modi, S. K., Maccarone, L., Young, M. R., Jin, C., & Kim, H. (2007, October). Image quality and minutiae count comparison for genuine and artificial fingerprints. Paper presented at the 41st Annual International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology (ICCST), Ottawa, Canada.
  8. Jang, J., Elliott, S. J., & Kim, H. (2007, August). Implementation of BioAPI conformance test suite using BSP testing model. Paper presented at the 8th International Workshop on Information Security Applications, Jeju Island, Korea.
  9. Kukula, E., Elliott, S., & Duffy, V. (2007). The effects of human interaction on biometric system performance. In V. G. Duffy (Ed.), Digital human modeling: First international conference, ICDHM 2007, held as part of 12th international conference on human-computer interaction and 1st international conference on digital-human modeling (pp. 904-913). Heidelberg, Germany: Springer.
  10. Smith, T., Latif, N., & Elliott, S. J. (2007). Visual data’s effect on quality and productivity at a tier one automotive components manufacturer. Proceedings of the 2007 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Honolulu, HI.
  11. Kukula, E., Elliott, S., Gresock, B., & Dunning, N. (2007). Defining habituation using hand geometry. Proceedings of the 5th IEEE Workshop on Automatic Identification Advanced Technologies, Alghero, Italy, 242-246.
  12. Elliott, S. J., Massie, S. A., & Sutton, M. J. (2007). The perception of biometric technology: A survey. Proceedings of the 5th IEEE Workshop on Automatic Identification Advanced Technologies, Alghero, Italy,  259-267.
  13. Modi, S., Elliott, S. J., Kim, H., & Whetstone, J. (2007). Impact of age groups on fingerprint recognition performance. Proceedings of the 5th IEEE Workshop on Automatic Identification Advanced Technologies, Alghero, Italy, 19-23.
  14. Young, M. R., & Elliott, S. J. (2007). Image quality and performance based on Henry classification and finger location. Proceedings of the 5th IEEE Workshop on Automatic Identification Advanced Technologies, Alghero, Italy, 51-56.
  15. Kukula, E., Elliott, S., Kim, H., & San Martin, C. (2007). The impact of fingerprint force on image quality and the detection of minutiae. Proceedings of the 2007 IEEE International Conference on Electro Information Technology (EIT), Chicago, IL, 482-487.
  16. Kukula, E. K., & Elliott, S. J. (2006).Implementing ergonomic principles in a biometric system: A look at the human biometric sensor interaction (HBSI). Proceedings of the 40th Annual International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology (ICCST), Lexington, KY, 86-91.
  17. Modi, S. K., & Elliott, S. J. (2006). Keystroke dynamics verification using a spontaneously generated password. Proceedings of the 40th Annual International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology (ICCST), Lexington, KY, 116-121.
  18. Blomeke, C. R., Howell, B. M., & Elliott, S. J. (2006). Perceptions of retinal imaging technology for identifying livestock exhibits. Proceedings of the 40th Annual International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology (ICCST), Lexington, KY, 144-150.
  19. Elliott, S. J., & Hunt, A. R. (2006). An assessment of dynamic signature forgery and perception of signature strength. Proceedings of the 40th Annual International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology (ICCST), Lexington, KY, 186-190.
  20. Modi, S. K., & Elliott, S. J. (2006). Impact of image quality on performance: Comparison of young and elderly fingerprints. Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Recent Advances in Soft Computing (RASC 2006), Canterbury, UK, 449-454.
  21. Elliott, S. J., & Hunt, A. R.(undergraduate student) (2006). The challenge of forgeries and perception of dynamic signature verification. Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Recent Advances in Soft Computing (RASC 2006), Canterbury, UK, 455-459.
  22. Elliott, S. J., Kukula, E. P., & Sickler, N. C. (2006) An assessment of performance between on-and off-campus students in an automatic identification and data capture course. World Conference on Engineering Technology Education, Santos, Brazil, 93-96.
  23. Young, M. R., Elliott, S. J., & Morton, J. M. (2006) Applied automatic identification and data capture solutions through educational research. World Conference on Engineering Technology Education, Santos, Brazil, 97-99.
  24. Modi, S. K., & Elliott, S. J. (2006). Graduate course development focusing on security issues for professionals working in the manufacturing industry. World Conference on Engineering Technology Education, Santos, Brazil, 85-88.
  25. Elliott, S. J., & Kukula, E. P. (2006) The evolution and enhancement of a graduate course in biometrics. World Conference on Engineering Technology Education, Santos, Brazil, 89-92.
  26. Elliott, S. J. (2006). Biometric testing at Purdue University. The Fourth Annual BERC Biometrics Conference, Biometric Engineering Research Center, Yonsei Univerisy, Incheon, Korea, 230-251.
  27. Modi, S. K., & Elliott, S. J. (2005). Securing the manufacturing environment using biometrics. Proceedings of the 39th Annual International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology (ICCST), Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain, 275-278.
  28. Kukula, E. P., & Elliott, S. J. (2005). Implementation of hand geometry at Purdue University’s recreational center: An analysis of users perspectives and system performance. Proceedings of the 39th Annual International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology (ICCST) Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain, 83-89.
  29. Sickler, N. C., & Elliott, S. J. (2005). An evaluation of fingerprint image quality across an elderly population vis-à-vis an 18- to 25-year-old population. Proceedings of the 39th Annual International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology (ICCST), Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain, 61-68.
  30. Wu, G., Latif, N. & Elliott, S. J. (2005). Security solutions for CNC machine operations based on biometric security. Selected Papers of the National Association of Industrial Technology Annual Conference, St. Louis, MO.
  31. Kukula, E. P., & Elliott, S. J. (2004). Effects of illumination changes on the performance of Geometrix FaceVision 3D FRS. Proceedings of the 38th Annual International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology (ICCST), Albuquerque, NM, 331-337.
  32. Kukula, E. P., & Elliott, S. J. (2003, October). Securing a restricted site: Biometric authentication at entry point. Paper presented at the 2003 IEEE International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology (ICCST), Taipei, Taiwan, ROC.
  33. Leniski, A. C., Skinner, R. C., McGann, S. F., & Elliott, S. J. (2003, October). Securing the biometric model. Paper presented at the 2003 IEEE International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology (ICCST), Taipei, Taiwan, ROC.
  34. Morton, J. M., Portell, C. M., Elliott, S. J., & Kukula, E. P. (2003, October). Facial recognition at Purdue University’s Airport, 2003-2008. Paper presented at the 2003 IEEE International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology (ICCST), Taipei, Taiwan, ROC.
  35. Kukula, E. P., & Elliott, S. J. (2003, September). Securing a restricted site: Biometric authentication at entry point. Paper presented at the Biometric Symposium, Biometric Consortium 2003 Proceedings. Washington, DC.
  36. Lopp, D., Elliott, S. J., Eiff, G., & Litzenberger, J. (2003, July). Security: Bottleneck to success. Paper presented at the Aviation Management Education and Research Conference, Montreal, Canada.
  37. Elliott, S. J. (2002). Development of a biometric testing protocol for dynamic signature verification. Paper presented at the International Conference on Automation, Robotics, and Computer Vision (ICARV), Singapore.
  38. Elliott, S. J. (2002, March). A comparison of on-line dynamic signature trait variables vis-à-vis mobile computing devices and table-based digitizers. Paper presented at the Third Workshop on Automatic Identification Advanced Technologies, IEEE, Tarrytown, NY.
  39. Elliott, S. J., & Sutton, M. J. (2001). Dynamic signature verification for electronic document management. Selected papers of the National Association of Industrial Technology annual conference, Dearborn, MI.

Study Guides and/or Workbooks

  1. Elliott, S. J., Sickler, N. C., Kukula, E. P., & Modi, S. K. (2004). From bar codes to biometrics. West Lafayette, IN: Copymat.
  2. This locally published 447-page textbook was written for TECH 621 and incorporates many of the chapters from the previous books listed below.
  3. Elliott, S. J., Sickler, N. C., & Kukula, E. P. (2004). Automatic identification and data capture technologies. West Lafayette, IN: Copymat.
  4. This locally published 257-page textbook and 137-page laboratory manual were written for IT 345.
  5. Elliott, S. J., Sickler, N. C., Kukula, E. P., & Modi, S. K. (2004). Introduction to biometric technologies. West Lafayette, IN: Copymat.
  6. Elliott, S. J., Sickler, N. C., & Kukula, E. P. (2004). Securing the manufacturing environment using biometric technologies. West Lafayette, IN: Copymat.

Textbook Chapters

  1. Elliott, S. J., Kukula, E. P., & Modi, S. K. (2007). Issues involving the human biometric sensor interface. In S. N. Yanushkevich, P. S. P. Wang, M. L. Gavrilova, M. S. Nixon, & S. N. Srihari (Eds.), Image pattern recognition synthesis and analysis in biometrics (pp. 339-365). Hackensack, NJ: World Scientific.

Textbooks

  1. Elliott, S. J., Hilbert, G. A., & Kraebber, H. W. (2004). Data acquisition and analysis facilitator guide. Dayton, OH: National Center for Manufacturing Education.
  2. Elliott, S. J., Hilbert, G. A., & Kraebber, H. W. (2004). Data acquisition and analysis participant journal. Dayton, OH: National Center for Manufacturing Education.
Todd Kelley

Articles

  1. Kelley, T. (in-press) The Standards for Technological Literacy Guiding the Thinker of the 21st Century.The Technology and Engineering Teacher.
  2. McSpadden*, M., & Kelley, T. (2012). Engineering design: Diverse design teams to solve real-world problem. The Technology and Engineering Teacher, 72(1), 17-21.
  3. Kelley, T. (2012). Voices from the past: Messages for a STEM future. Journal of Technology Studies, 38(1), 34-42.
  4. Werner, G., Kelley, T. R., & Rogers, G. E. (2012). Perceptions of parents related to Project Lead The Way. Journal of sTEm Teacher Education 48(2), 137-155.
  5. Kelley, T. (2011). Engineer’s notebook – A design assessment tool. Technology and Engineering Teacher, 70(7)30-35.
  6. Kelley, T., Brenner, D., & Pieper, J. (2010). Two Approaches to Engineering Design: Observations in sTEm Education. Journal of sTEm Teacher Education, 47(2), 5-40.
  7. Kelley, T. (2010). Staking the Claim for the ‘T’ in STEM. Journal of Technology Studies, 36(1), 2-11.
  8. Kelley, T. (2010). Design Assessment: Consumer Reports style. Technology Teacher, 69(8), 12-16.
  9. Kelley, T. & Wicklein, R.C. (2009c). Teacher challenges to implement engineering design in secondary technology education. (third article in a three part series) Journal of Industrial Teacher Education, 46(3), 34-50.
  10. Kelley, T. (2010). Optimization, An important stage of engineering design. Technology Teacher, 69(5). 18-23.
  11. Kelley, T. & Wicklein, R.C. (2009b). Examination of assessment practice for engineering design projects in secondary technology education. (second article in a three part series) Journal of Industrial Teacher Education, 46(2), 6-25.
  12. Kelley, T. & Wicklein, R.C. (2009a) Examination of engineering design curriculum content in secondary technology education. (first article in a three part series) Journal of Industrial Teacher Education 46(1), 7-31.
  13. Denson, C; Kelley, T.; & Wicklein, R.C. (2009) Integrating engineering design into technology education. Journal of Industrial Teacher Education, 46(1), 81-102.
  14. Kelley, T., & Kellam, N. (2009). A theoretical framework to guide technology education’s transition to an engineering design focus. Journal of Technology Education, 20(2), 37-49.
  15. Kelley, T. (2008). Cognitive processes of students participating in two approaches to technology education. Journal of Technology Education, 19(2), 50-64.
  16. Kelley, T. (2008). Using engineering cases in technology education. Technology Teacher, 68(7), 5-9.
  17. Kelley, T. (2008). Examination of engineering design in curriculum content and assessment practices of secondary technology education. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Georgia.
  18. Kelley, T. (1996). M.S.T. (Math, Science, and Technology) projects for middle school technology programs.  University of the State of New York Dept. Learning Standards for Math, Science and Technology. 100-101.

Manuals

  1. Kelley, T. (2005) Drawing your dragster on AutoCAD LT. Product ID: W80915, Hearlihy.

Non-refereed Conference Proceedings

  1. Kelley, T. (2013, March (accepted). Creating Engineer’s notebook grading rubric. Paper present at International Technology and Engineering Education Association Conference, Columbus, OH.
  2. Kelley, T*., & Kaluf, K. (2013, March (accepted). Science Learning through Engineering Design: Impacts and insights for Technology Education. Council on Technology and Engineering Education session at The International Technology and Engineering Education Association Conference. Columbus, OH.
  3. Kelley, T., Mentzer, N., Kaluf, K., & Huffman, T*. (2013, March (accepted).  How students design: Lessons from the classroom. Council on Technology and Engineering Education session at  International Technology and Engineering Education Association Conference Columbus, OH.
  4. Kelley, T*., & Kaluf, K. (2013, March (accepted). Science Learning through Engineering Design: Impacts and insights for Technology Education. Council on Technology and Engineering Education Poster session at the International Technology and Engineering Education Association Conference. Columbus, OH.
  5. Kelley, T., & Capobianco, B. (2012, March). Think-aloud Protocol Analysis as a Measure of Students’ Science Learning through Design Assessment. Paper presented in paper set titled: Strand 1: Science Learning, Understanding and Conceptual Change at National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST).
  6. Moody, N., Fouch, K., Kelley, T., Purzer, S., & Fosmire*, M. (2012, March).Innovation Differentiation: Examining the Problem-Solving Approaches of Engineering and Technologist Students at Purdue University.  Paper presented at IL/IN ASEE Regional Conference. Valparaiso, IN.
  7. Fouch, K., Moody, N., Kelley, T., Purzer, S., & Fosmire*, M. (2012).  Innovation Differentiation.  Paper presented at Purdue Undergraduate Research Poster Symposium. West Lafayette, IN.
  8. Fouch, K., Moody, N., Kelley, T., Purzer, S., & Fosmire*, M. (2012).  Innovation Differentiation.
  9. Paper presented at One Book Higher Purdue University Libraries Symposium. West Lafayette, IN
  10. Kelley, T. (2012, March). INSPIRE, Institute for P-12 Engineering Research and Learning. Paper presented at the Technology Education for Children Council. International Technology and Engineering Education Association Conference, Long Beach, CA.
  11. Kelley*, T., & Kaluf, K. (2011, November). STEM Education Rediscovers Project-based Education. Paper presented at the Association for Career and Technical Education. Conference, St. Louis, MO.
  12. Kelley*, T., & Kaluf, K. (2011, November). Using Engineer’s Notebooks in the Classroom. Paper presented at the Association for Career and Technical Education Conference, St. Louis, MO.
  13. Daugherty, J., Mentzer, N., & Kelley, T. (2011, April). Technology Design and Engineering Design: Is there a difference? Paper presented at IAJC- ASEE Joint International Conference. Harford, CT.
  14. Koch, D., Johnson, M., & Kelley, T. (2011, Feb). Role models to influence early career choice. Paper presented at 2011 Conference for Industry and Education Collaboration (CIEC), San Antonio, TX.
  15. Kelley, T. (2010, Dec). Two approaches to Engineering Design. Paper presented at Association for Career and Technical Education Conference, Las Vegas, NV.
  16. Kelley, T. (2010, Aug). Voices from the past: Messages for a STEM future. Paper presented at P-12
  17. Engineering and Design Education Research Summit 2010. Seaside, OR.
  18. Kelley, T. (2009, Nov). A Theoretical Framework for the Re-engineering of Technology Education. Paper presented at the ACTE 2009 Conference. Nashville, TN.
  19. Kelley, T, & Pieper, J. (Oct, 2009). PLTW and EPICS High: Curriculum Comparisons to Support of Problem Solving in the Context of Design. Paper presented at ASEE North Mid-West Sectional Conference.
  20. Kelley, T. (Oct, 2009). The Blurred Boundaries of STEM Education. Paper presented at the 96th Mississippi Valley Technology Teacher Education Conference. Nashville, TN.
  21. Kelley, T., (2009, April). Examination of Engineering Design in Curriculum Content of Secondary Technology Education: A National and State Perspective. I-STEM Network, Indiana University Purdue University, Indianapolis, Indiana.
  22. Kelley, T., (2009, March). Defining the ‘T’ in STEM. Paper presented at Epsilon Pi Tau Honorary Society Breakfast. Louisville, KY.
  23. Kelley, T., (2009, March). Engineering Design Content in Technology Education. Paper presented at the 71st annual International Technology Education Conference. Louisville, KY.
  24. Kelley, T., (2008, December). Examination of engineering design in curriculum content and assessment practices of secondary technology education. Paper presented at the 2008 eTED Research Symposium (first place award). Association for Career and Technical Education Conference. Charlotte, North Carolina.
  25. Kelley, T. (2008, December). Engineering Design as a focus for Technology Education: One state’s perspective. Paper presented at  Association for Career and Technical Education Conference. Charlotte, North Carolina.
  26. Kelley, T., Denson, C., & Wicklein, R. (2008, February). Integrating Engineering Design: The Georgia perspective. Paper presented at International Technology Education Association Conference. Salt Lake City, Utah.
  27. Kelley, T., & Wicklein, R. (2008, February). Redirecting Technology Education: Engineering Design Focus.  Presentation for Council on Technology Teacher Education at International Technology Education Association Conference. Salt Lake City, Utah.
  28. Kelley, T., & Hill, R. (2008, February). Cognitive processes of students solving ill-defined problems.  Paper presented for Council on Technology Teacher Education at International Technology Education Association Conference. Salt Lake City, Utah.
  29. Kelley, T., Denson, C. (2008, February). How to float your boat. Presentation for Technology Education for Children Council at The Technology, Innovation, Design, & Engineering (TIDE) Workshop for Elementary School Teachers.
  30. Kelley, T., (2008, February). Examination of engineering design in curriculum content and assessment practices of secondary technology education. Paper presented for National Center for Engineering and Technology Education at International Technology Education Association Conference. Salt Lake City, Utah.
  31. Kelley, T., & Smith, C. (2007, October). Mission possible: Teaching engineering design. Presentation at Georgia Engineering and Technology Education Association Annual Conference.
  32. Kelley, T. (2007, May). Cognitive processes of students solving ill-defined technical problems: An observational protocol study. Paper presented at National Center for Engineering and Technology Education Spring Meeting. Champaign, Illinois.
  33. Kelley, T., Daugherty, J., Denson, C., Mentzer, N., Walrath, D., & Zeng, Y. (May, 2007). Necessary Tensions: Moving the Field (ETE) Forward. National Center for Engineering and Technology Education Meeting. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
  34. Kelley, T. (2007, March). Students Solving Ill-defined Technical Problems: An Observational Protocol Study. Poster session presented at International Technology Education Association Conference. San Antonio, Texas.
  35. Kelley, T. & Wicklein, R. (2007, March). Redirecting University Technology Education: Engineering Design Focus.  presented at International Technology Education Association Conference. San Antonio, Texas.
  36. Kelley, T., & Denson, C. (2007, March). Creative Engineering Activities for Elementary. Technology Education for Children Council Conference. San Antonio, Texas.
  37. Kelley, T., & Denson, C. (2006, May). Perspectives of First Year Fellows. presented at National Center for Engineering and Technology Education Spring Meeting. Athens, GA.
  38. Kelley, T. (2006,February). A Protocol Study of Expert Engineers Solving An Ill-defined Problem: The Case of Hurricane Katrina. Poster session presented at fifth annual meeting.  CLT PI, Washington, DC.

Invited Presentation

  1. Brusic, S., Kuetemeyer, F., and Kelley, T. (2012). Engineering and technology: Real- world applications. McGraw-Hill, Columbus, OH. 978-0-07-62552-9
  2. Study, N., Simmers, C., and Kelley, T. (2012). Engineering capstone project. McGraw-Hill, Columbus, OH. ISBN: 0076632849

Textbooks

  1. Brusic, S., Kuetemeyer, F., and Kelley, T. (2012). Engineering and technology: Real- world applications. McGraw-Hill, Columbus, OH. 978-0-07-62552-9
  2. Study, N., Simmers, C., and Kelley, T. (2012). Engineering capstone project. McGraw-Hill, Columbus, OH. ISBN: 0076632849
Chad Laux

Recent Publications

  1. Laux, C., Bowen, E., Chopra, S., & McFall, K. (in process). A robust model for teaching advanced manufacturing to the diverse students.
  2. Meier, R., Laux, C., & DeRuntz, B. (in process). Six sigma readiness, a case for pre-implementation assessment. 
  3. Laux, C., Walton, A., Van Epps, A., & Deranek, K. (submitted for publication). Gateway experiences to engineering technology: development of an introductory course.
  4. Laux, C., Mosher, G., and Freeman, S. (2010). Factors affecting college students’ knowledge and opinions of genetically modified foods. Journal of Technology Studies. 36(2): 2-9.
  5. Laux, C., and Hurburgh, C. (2010). Using quality management systems for food traceability.Journal of Industrial Technology, 26(3): 1-10.
  6. Hoffa, D., Laux. C., and Kidwell, P. (2010). A comparison of ogp smartscope sensors.Journal of Industrial Technology, 26(1): 1-11. 
  7. Hoffa, D., & Laux, C. (2007). Using gauge r&r studies to improve measurement reliability to the micron level. Journal of Industrial Technology. 23(4), 1-9.

Manuals

  1. International Organization for Standards. (2009). Quality management systems –guidelines for the application of iso 9000:2008 to crop production (Reference number: ISO 22006:2009(E)). Geneva, Switzerland: International Organization for Standards.

Presentations

  1. Chopra, S., & Laux, C. (accepted). Finding what women want: Developing strategies to increase recruitment and retention in along with attracting external and internal sources of funding.
  2. Chopra, S., & Laux, C. (November 2011). Locating and understanding the “technology” in nano-technology: insights from case studies in applying lean principles to nano-Technology. Presentation at the 2011 ATMAE Annual Conference; Cleveland, OH.
  3. Mentzer, N., Laux, C., & Pieper, J. (March 2011). Thinking lean for sustainability in the classroom. Presentation at the 73nd Annual International Technology & Engineering Education Association Annual Conference; Minneapolis, MN.
  4. Butler, I., Laux, C. & Mentzer, N. (December 2010). How students learn through lean simulation. Purdue University Undergraduate Research and Poster Symposium; West Lafayette, IN.
  5. Laux, C., & Sgro, S. (November 2010). Continuous improvement and student retention: a survey of ATMAE undergraduate conference activities. Presentation at the 2nd annual conference of the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering; Panama City, FL.
  6. Mosher, G. & Laux, C. (November 2010). Discussing controversial topics in the technology classroom: benefits, strategies, and challenges. Presentation at the 2nd annual conference of the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering; Panama City, FL.
  7. Riley, K., Laux, C. (November 2009). Creating Authentic Laboratory Experiences for Lean Manufacturing. Graduate Student Research Presentation Competition at the 2009 ATMAE Annual Conference; Louisville, KY.
  8. Laux, C., & Sgro S. (November 2009). Student retention and recruitment: attitudes and opinions of the 2008 nait conference. Presentation at the 1st annual conference of the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering; Louisville, KY.
  9. Hoffa, D., & Laux, C. (November 2009). A comparison of ogp smartscope sensors. Presentation at the 1st annual conference of the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering; Louisville, KY.
  10. Laux, C., Mosher, G., & Freeman, S. (November 2009). Factors affecting college students' knowledge and opinions of genetically modified foods. Presentation at the International Food and Agribusiness Management Association 19th Annual World Symposium; Budapest, Hungary.

Refereed Conference Proceedings

  1. Mosher, G, & Laux, C. (accepted for publication). Factors considered in the development of curricular content in engineering technology for diverse audiences.
  2. Chennupati, S., Laux, C., & Newton, K. (June, 2012). Innovation barriers in business performance and six sigma potential. Proceedings of the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition; San Antonio, TX.
  3. Laux, C., & Chopra, S. (January 2012). Enhancing student learning experience in lean manufacturing with industry engagement. Proceeding of the ASEE Conference for Industry and Education Collaboration; Orlando, FL.
  4. Laux, C., Walton, A., Sandall, D., Van Epps, A., Deranek, K., Homkes, R., & Leach, S.  (June 2011). Gateway experiences to engineering technology: development of an introductory course. Proceedings of the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition; Vancouver, Canada.
  5. Laux, C., McFall, K., & Newton, K. (January 2011). Creating authentic laboratory experiences for lean manufacturing. Proceeding of the ASEE Conference for Industry and Education Collaboration; San Antonio, TX.
  6. Laux, C., & Franze, D. (March 2010). Six sigma higher education certification for work employability. Proceedings of the 4th Annual International Technology, Education and Development Conference-INTED 2010; Valencia, Spain.
  7. Mosher, G., Laux. C, & Hurburgh, C. (November 2009). Using mock recall data to measure continuous quality improvement. Conference Proceedings Papers of the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering; Louisville, KY.
  8. Laux, C., Hurburgh, C., & Mosher, G. (November 2008). Using quality management systems to meet the traceability requirements of the Bioterrorism act of 2002.  Conference Proceedings Papers of the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering; Nashville, TN.
Nathan Mentzer

Relevant Publications and Presentations

  1. Daugherty, J., Mentzer, N., Lybrook, D., & Little-Wiles, J. (accepted). Philosophical Perspectives on Technology Leadership. In S. Wang and T. Hartsell (EDs.), Technology Integration and Foundations for Effective Technology Leadership (pages to be determined). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
  2. Huffman, T., Mentzer, N., Oaks, W. & Zoltowski, C. (Accepted). EPICS: Engineering Projects in Community Service. Presentation at the 75th Annual International Technology & Engineering Education Association Annual Conference; Columbus, OH.
  3. Huffman, T., Mentzer, N., Kaluf, K. & Kelley, T. (Accepted). How Students Learn Design: Lessons from the Classroom. Presentation at the 75th Annual International Technology & Engineering Education Association Annual Conference; Columbus, OH.
  4. Huffman, T., Mentzer, N. & Thayer, H. (Accepted). Student Utilization of Modeling during Design. In the Council of Technology Teacher Educators at the 75th Annual International Technology & Engineering Education Association Annual Conference; Columbus, OH.
  5. Mentzer, N., Becker, K. & Locker, C. (Accepted). Expert and Novice Design Thinking Comparison. In the Council of Technology Teacher Educators at the 75th Annual International Technology & Engineering Education Association Annual Conference; Columbus, OH.
  6. Beckwith, L., Nunan C. & Mentzer, N. (Accepted). Human Centered Design Thinking in High School. In the Council of Technology Teacher Educators at the 75th Annual International Technology & Engineering Education Association Annual Conference; Columbus, OH.
  7. Dewar, J., McKeever, Z. & Mentzer, N. (Accepted). Team Design Thinking performance in High School. In the Council of Technology Teacher Educators at the 75th Annual International Technology & Engineering Education Association Annual Conference; Columbus, OH.
  8. Farrington, S. & Mentzer, N. (Accepted). Ideation in High School Team Design. In the Council of Technology Teacher Educators at the 75th Annual International Technology & Engineering Education Association Annual Conference; Columbus, OH.
  9. Mentzer, N., Fosmire, M, Marsh, K. & Conklin, A. (Accepted). Information Literacy in Engineering Design. In the Council of Technology Teacher Educators at the 75th Annual International Technology & Engineering Education Association Annual Conference; Columbus, OH.
  10. Zakaria, P. & Mentzer, N. (Accepted). High School Student Transition through Design Stages. In the Council of Technology Teacher Educators at the 75th Annual International Technology & Engineering Education Association Annual Conference; Columbus, OH.
  11. Locker, C. & Mentzer, N. (Accepted). Rapid Prototyping in Context. Presentation at the 75th Annual International Technology & Engineering Education Association Annual Conference; Columbus, OH.
  12. Mentzer, N., Becker, K., & Pieper, J. (2012). High School Student Design Thinking and Performance. In the Council of Technology Teacher Educators at the 74th Annual International Technology & Engineering Education Association Annual Conference; Long Beach, CA.
  13. Pieper, J., Mentzer, N., & Becker, K. (2012). High School Student Information Sources and Design. In the Council of Technology Teacher Educators at the 74th Annual International Technology & Engineering Education Association Annual Conference; Long Beach, CA.
  14. Pieper, J. & Mentzer, N. (under review). High School Students’ Use of Paper Based and Internet Based Information Sources in the Engineering Design Process. Journal of Technology Education.
  15. Becker, K. and Mentzer, N. (2012). High School Student Engineering Design Thinking and Performance. A paper presented at the 2012 World Engineering Education Forum (WEEF), October 15th to 18th, Buenos Aires, Argentina.  
  16. Becker, K., Mentzer, N. & Park, K. (2012). High School Student Engineering Design Thinking and Performance. In the ASEE 2012 Annual Conference and Exposition, San Diego: California.
  17. Dewar, J., McKeever, Z. & Mentzer, N. (2012). Design Team Performance in High School sTEm Education. In the Technology Leadership and Innovation Departmental Advisory Board Poster Session at Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN.
  18. Beckwith, L., Nunan C. & Mentzer, N. (2012). High School Student Use of Human Centered Design. In the Technology Leadership and Innovation Departmental Advisory Board Poster Session at Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN.
  19. Thayer, H., Huffman, T. & Mentzer, N. (2012). High School Student Generation and Unitization of Modeling During Design. In the Technology Leadership and Innovation Departmental Advisory Board Poster Session at Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN.
  20. Locker, C. & Mentzer, N. (2012). Exploring Engineering Design Knowing and Thinking ad an Innovation in STEM Learning. In the Technology Leadership and Innovation Departmental Advisory Board Poster Session at Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN.
  21. Farrington, S. & Mentzer, N. (2012). High School Student Information Gathering Behaviors while Designing. In the Technology Leadership and Innovation Departmental Advisory Board Poster Session at Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN.
  22. Huffman, T. Thayer, H., & Mentzer, N. (2012). A Study Examining How High School Student Modeling during Engineering Design Challenges. Purdue University 2012 Annual Graduate Student Educational Research Symposium.
  23. Thayer, H., Huffman, T. & Mentzer, N. (2012). Modeling by Design. Purdue University 2012 Undergraduate Research and Poster Symposium. [won Dean’s Choice Award]
  24. Beckwith, L., Nunan, C. & Mentzer, N. (2012). Human/User-Centered Design. Purdue University 2012 Undergraduate Research and Poster Symposium.
  25. Mentzer, N., Becker, K., & Park, K. (2011). High School Students as Novice Designers. In the ASEE 2011 Annual Conference and Exposition, Vancouver: Canada.
  26. Mentzer, N. (2011). High School Engineering and Technology Education Integration through Design Challenges. Journal of sTEm Teacher Education, 48 (2).
  27. Daugherty, J. L., Mentzer, N., & Kelley, T. (2011). Technology design and engineering design: Is there a difference? In the IAJC/ASEE International Joint Conference on Engineering and Related Technology, Hartford, Massachusetts.
  28. Sayers, J. & Mentzer, N. (2011). Integrating 3D Scanners. Presentation at the Engineering/Technology Educators of Indiana Annual Conference; Indianapolis, IN.
  29. Mentzer, N., Laux, C., & Pieper, J. (2011). Thinking Lean for Sustainability in the Classroom. Presentation at the 73nd Annual International Technology & Engineering Education Association Annual Conference; Minneapolis, MN.
  30. Park, K., Pieper, J., Mentzer, N., & Becker, K. (2011). Teacher Education Implications of a National Pilot Study on Design Thinking. In the Council of Technology Teacher Educators Poster Session at the 73nd Annual International Technology & Engineering Education Association Annual Conference; Minneapolis, MN.
  31. Farrington, S., Moseley, K., Beckwith, L. & Mentzer, N. (2011). High School Student Design Performance. Purdue University 2011 Undergraduate Research and Poster Symposium.
  32. Moseley, K., Farrington, S., Beckwith, L. & Mentzer, N. (2011). High School Student Information Gathering Behaviors while Designing. Purdue University 2011 Undergraduate Research and Poster Symposium.
  33. Butler, I., Laux, C. & Mentzer, N. (2011). How Students Learn Through Lean Simulation. Purdue University 2011 Undergraduate Research and Poster Symposium.
  34. Mentzer, N. (2011). Good to Great Initiative: High School Design Thinking. Technology Leadership and Innovation Departmental Advisory Board Fall 2011. West Lafayette, IN.
  35. Mentzer, N. (2011). Grant Writing for Teachers. Purdue University Technology Education Collegiate Association: professional development series. West Lafayette, IN.
  36. Mentzer, N. (2011). Engineering design thinking and information gathering (Final Report to the National Center for Engineering and Technology Education, Logan Utah). West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University. Available online: http://ncete.org/flash/pdfs/Mentzer%20Final%20Report.pdf.
  37. Mentzer, N. (2011). High School Design Thinking: Making Meaning of the Mess. Institute for P-12 Engineering Research and Learning Advisory Board Spring 2011. West Lafayette, IN.
  38. Mentzer, N. (2011). Implications of Those Damn Kappa Values. Institute for P-12 Engineering Research and Learning Bi Weekly Seminar. West Lafayette, IN.
  39. Mentzer, N. (2011). Design Thinking and Information Gathering. National Center for Engineering and Technology Education Preconference Research symposium at the 73nd Annual International Technology & Engineering Education Association Annual Conference. Minneapolis, MN.
  40. Mentzer, N. (2011). Exploring Engineering Design Knowing and Thinking as an Innovation in STEM Learning. National Center for Engineering and Technology Education Preconference Research symposium at the 73nd Annual International Technology & Engineering Education Association Annual Conference. Minneapolis, MN.
  41. Mentzer, N., Austin, C., Denson, C., Dixon, R. & Lawanto, O. (2011). Panel Session: Inter-Institutional Research Collaboration. National Center for Engineering and Technology Education Preconference Research symposium at the 73nd Annual International Technology & Engineering Education Association Annual Conference. Minneapolis, MN.
  42. Mentzer, N. (2011). Biodiesel in the Classroom. Purdue University Technology Education Collegiate Association: professional development series. [Note this presentation is repeated from 2009]
  43. Mathis, P. & Mentzer, N. (2011). Classroom Resources for Civil Engineering. Children’s Technology and Engineering 15 (4), 12-14.
  44. Mathis, P. & Mentzer, N. (2011). Classroom Resources for Environmental Engineering. Children’s Technology and Engineering 15 (3), 12-14.
  45. Daugherty, J. L., Mentzer, N., & Lybrook, D. (2010). Perspectives on technology leadership. In the Technological Learning and Thinking: Culture, Design, Sustainability, Human Ingenuity International Conference Proceedings, Vancouver: Canada.
  46. Park, K., Pieper, J., Mentzer, N., & Becker, K. (2010). Exploring Engineering Design Knowing and Thinking as an Innovation in STEM Learning. In the P12 Engineering and Design Education Research Summit Proceedings, Seaside: Oregon.
  47. Mentzer, N., & Pieper, J. (2010). Exploring Engineering Design Knowing and Thinking as an Innovation in STEM Learning. In the ACET Engineering and technology Education Division and Association for sTEm Teacher Education (ACTE) Joint Research Symposium at the Association for Career and Technical Education annual Conference: Las Vegas, NV.
  48. Denson, C., & Mentzer, N. (2010). Using Modified Verbal Protocol to Assess Engineering Design Thinking of High School Student Teams. Common Ground Publishing: Design Principles and Practices Conference; Chicago, IL.
  49. Lammi, M., Mentzer, N., & Denson, C. (2010). How students think and learn with STEM design. Presentation at the 72nd Annual International Technology Education Association Annual Conference; Charlotte, NC.
  50. Mentzer, N. & Becker, K. (2010). Academic Preparedness as a Predictor of Achievement in an Engineering Design Challenge. Journal of Technology Education, 22 (1).
  51. Pieper, J. &  Mentzer, N. (2010). Classroom Resources for Mechanical Engineering. Children’s Technology and Engineering, 15(1), 14-15.
  52. Becker, K. & Mentzer, N. & (2010). Exploring Engineering Design Knowing and Thinking as an Innovation in STEM Learning. DRK12 Principal Investigators Annual Meeting. Washington, D. C.
  53. Adamo-Villani, N., Cooper¸ S., Kelley, T., Laux, C., & Mentzer, N. (2009). STEM Education Research. Purdue University, College of Technology Presidential Provost Visit.
  54. Mentzer, N. (2009). Biodiesel in the Classroom. Purdue University Technology Education Collegiate Association: professional development series.
  55. Mentzer, N. & Becker, K. (2009). Exploring Engineering Design Knowing and Thinking as an Innovation in STEM Learning. DRK12 Principal Investigators Annual Meeting. Washington, D. C.
  56. Mentzer, N. & Becker, K. (2009). Motivation while Designing in Engineering and Technology Education Impacted by Academic Preparation. Journal of Industrial Teacher Education, 46(3), 90-112.
Kathryne Newton

Recent Industrial Presentations/Keynotes

  1. Preparing for 2020:  The Manager's Guide to Dealing with the New Workforce, (Sept., 2011).  WIT, Indianapolis, IN.
  2. Business Innovation:  Using Creativity and Change to Improve Business Performance.  (September, 2011).  Fluid Power Distribution Association/International Sealing Distribution Association Joint Summit, Scotsdale, AZ.
  3. Distribution Sales and Service Excellence. (January, 2011). Fairmont Supply Co. Natl. Sales Mtg., Pittsburgh, PA.
  4. Personnel Productivity (Mar, 2007, Dec 2008, Mar, 2009, 2010, 2011).  Univ. of Industrial Distribution, Indianapolis, IN

Articles

  1. Phillips, B., Dyrenfurth, M., Newton, K., Elliott, S. (2011).  Evaluating the Innovativeness of a Distributor.   Review of the Electronic and Industrial Distribution Industries, Vol. 9, No. 1, p. 92-120.
  2. Koch, D. C., Green, J., and Newton, K. (2009). Factors that Influence Students' Choice of Careers in Construction Management.  International Journal of Construction Education and Research, Vol  5, No. 4.  Pp. 293-307.
  3. Dyrenfurth, M., Newton, K., & Sutton, M. (November 10-14, 2009,.Electronic Response Systems: An Emerging Learning Technology with Implications for Technology Programs. The Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering, Louisville, Kentucky.
  4. Dyrenfurth, M.J., Newton, K.A. & Elliott, S.J. (2009).  Using Technology and Systems Thinking to Facilitate ABET Accreditation and Program Improvement, ABET Best Assessment Processes Symposium X!, Indianapolis, IN.
  5. Dyrenfurth, M. J., Newton, K.A., Schuver, M, & Elliott, S.J. (2008) ROI:  Return on investment as a factor in designing graduate research projects for mutual benefit.  ASEE 2009-1576, Austin, TX.
  6. Buenger, J., Newton, K., & Schmidt, E. (2008). Impact of the Manufacturing Shift from America to Foreign Markets on Small and midsized Domestic Industrial Distributors.  Review of the Electronic and Industrial Distribution Industries, 7(1), 12-36. (Graduate student primary author).
  7. Epner, S. A., Newton, K. A., Schmidt, E., Buskirk, D.D., Schuver, M. (2007).  Adoption of Electronic Invoicing by General Line Distributors.  Review of the Electronic and Industrial Distribution Industries. 6(1), 51=73.  (Graduate student primary author).
  8. Yu, C., Schmidt, E., Newton, K.S. (2007).  RFID Application – What Industrial Distribution Students are Learning About Applying RFID Technology. Review of the Electronic and Industrial Distribution Industries. 6(2), 51=73.  (Graduate student primary author).
  9. Newton, K. A., & Schmidt, E. K. (2007). Instructional Development in support of an Enterprise Resource Planning Software Application for a Supply Chain management Technology Laboratory:  A Graduate Student Project. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education, Honolulu, HA.
  10. Scott, R., Schmidt, E., Newton, K. (2007). Implementing Hands On Laboratory Exercises in Undergraduate Education. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education, Honolulu, HA.
  11. Khiewnavawongsa, S., Newton, K. A., and Schmidt, E. K. (2007). Measuring customer perceptions:  A follow-up collaborative project conducted by students for a Midwest trucking company. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education, Chicago, IL.
  12. Lewark, Becky S.*, & Newton, K. A. (2006).  Development of an assessment tool for vendor-managed inventory readiness.  Review of the Electronic and Industrial Distribution Industries. 5(2), 30-47.  (Graduate student primary author).
  13. Walters, E.*, Schmidt, E., Newton, K.A. (2006).  A comparison of cycle-counting methods.  Review of the Electronic and Industrial Distribution Industries. 5(2), 117-142. (Graduate student primary author).
  14. Schmidt, E.*, & Newton, K.* (2006). A survey on the shifting channel expectations among distributors and manufacturers. Review of the Electronic and Industrial Distribution Industries, 5(1), 91-115.
  15. Rogoski, K.*, Schmidt, E., Newton, K., & Homan, S. (2006). Improving the product introduction processes of mid-capital projects. Review of the Electronic and Industrial Distribution Industries, 5(1), 65-90. (Graduate student primary author).
  16. Newton, K. A., Khiewnavawongsa, S., Schmidt, E. K., and Nashine, R. (2006). Measuring customer perceptions:  A collaborative project conducted by students for a midwest trucking company. Accepted for presentation, ASEE, Chicago, IL.
  17. Khiewnavawongsa, S., Newton, K. A,. and Schmidt, E. K. (2006).  Curriculum development in industrial distribution. Accepted for presentation, ASEE, Chicago, IL.
  18. Lewis, M.*, Schmidt, E., & Newton, K. (2005). Distributor process improvements: Using 6-sigma. Review of the Electronic and Industrial Distribution Industries, 4(1), 77-96. (Graduate student primary author).
  19. Newton, K. A., Schmidt, & E. K. Holmes, C. (2005) Customer-Centric Marketing:  The Case for Profiling Customers.  Review of the Electronic and Industrial Distribution Industries. 4 (2).
  20. Managing the New Generation of Employees (Oct/Nov, 2005), Construction Distribution Magazine.
  21. Newton, K., Schoen, J. & Hulme, F. (2005). Maximize your Profit Power CD-ROM and Workbook.  National Association of Electrical Distributors: St. Louis, MO.
  22. Newton, K. A. & Schmidt, E. K. (2004), Journal of Technology Studies.  Learning and Growing:  Integrating Technology Undergraduates into the Development of an Industrial Case Study.
  23. Newton, K. A. & Schmidt, E. K. (2003).  Technology Supplies:  A Case Study.  Review of the Electronic and Industrial Distribution Industries. Volume 2, Number 1.
  24. Schmidt, E. K. & Newton, K. A.  (2003).   Inventory Consolidation:  Setting Initial Stocking Levels.  Review of the Electronic and Industrial Distribution Industries.  Volume 2, N0. 1
  25. Newton, K.A. & Schmidt, E.K. (January, 2003).  A Successful Partnership Between an Industrial Trade Association and Education at Purdue University.  Conference for Industry and Education Collaboration.  Tuscon, AZ.
  26. Newton, K.A. (2002).  Essentials of profitable PHCP distribution:  A trainers’ guide.  American Supply Association:  Chicago, IL.
  27. Newton, K. A. (July, 2002).  New Frontiers in Regional Accreditation:  AQIP is Here!  Presented at National Consortium for Continuous Improvement. Vancouver, Canada.
  28. Schmidt, E. K. & Newton, K. A. (February, 2002).  Using a Graduate Student Directed Project to Address Changing E-Commerce Curriculum Needs in Supply Chain Management. Conference for Industry and Education Collaboration. Sarasota, FL.
  29. Newton, K. A. & Schmidt, E. K. (November, 2001).  Development of a Logistics Case Study for a National Trade Association.  National Assoc. of Industrial Technology Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.
  30. Newton, K. A., Sutton, M. J., & Dunlap, D. D.  (June, 2000). Instructional Delivery Rationale for an On and Off-Campus Graduate Education Program Using Distance Education Technology.  Presented at American Society for Engineering Education Conference.
  31. Depew, D. R., Dunlap, D. D., & Newton, K. A.  (June, 2000). A Different Model in Graduate Education for Full-Time Professionals.  Presented at American Society for Engineering Education Conference.
  32. Newton, K.A. (May, 2000).  Planning the perfect job interview.  Progressive MRO Distributor Magazine.
  33. Tomovic, C. L., Pagano, M. A., Skvarenina, T.L., Newton, K. A., & Harriger, A. R. (1999).  Supporting the Implementation of Student Outcome-based Assessment: The Role of a School-wide Assessment Committee.  Academy of Educational Leadership Journal, 2 (1-2).
  34. Schoen, J., Newton, K., Hulme, F., and Mulcahy, K. (1998).  Maximize your profit power CD-ROM.  National Association of Electrical Distributors: Wilton, CT.
  35. Newton, K. A. (1998, October).  How to avoid illegal interview questions.  Sanitary Mantenance.
  36. Newton, K. A. (1998, August).  How to get the most out of your teams….and get through the rough spots.  Sanitary Maintenance.
  37. Newton, K. A. (1998, July).  How to get the most out of your teams:  Who to include on teams.  Sanitary Maintenance.
  38. Newton, K. A. (1998, May).  How to get the most out of your teams:  Guidelines for teambuilding.  Sanitary Maintenance.
  39. Newton, K. A. (1998, April).  How to get the most out of your teams: First of a four part series.  Sanitary Maintenance.
  40. Newton, K. A. (1998). Employee training that works.  Sanitary Maintenance.
  41. Newton, K. A. (1998).  Balancing the service mix.  IDStrategies.
  42. Newton, K. A. (1997, July).  Strategic planning for distributors.  IDStrategies.  pp. 5-8.
  43. Newton, K.A. (1994, September). What do our customers really want? Modern Distribution Management. pp. 7-8.
  44. Newton, K.A. (1994, August). ISO 9000: An overview. Modern Distribution Management. pp. 4-6.
  45. Newton, K. A. (1994, June).  Exploring a TQM approach to technical curriculum development.
  46. Proceedings of the 1994.  Presented at American Society for Engineering Education.  Edmonton, Canada.  pp. 2636-2640
  47. DeMarcki, B.A., & Newton, K.A. (1994, May). Maintaining focus in sales. Today's Distributor. p. 81.
  48. DeMarcki, B.A., & Newton, K.A. (1994, January). Gap analysis and solution technique. OEM Off-Highway. pp. 64-66.
  49. DeMarcki, B.A., &Newton, K.A. (1993, September). Sales and marketing from a quality viewpoint. OEM Off-Highway. pp. 68-70.
  50. Rice, Don A. (1994).  Challenges facing distributors:  A collection of featured articles.  College Station, TX:  DARCO Press. Contributed Chapter.
  51. Rice, Don A. (1990).  The wholesale distributor:  Purpose and functions.  College Station, TX:  DARCO Press.  Contributed Chapter.
Ida Ngambeki

Journals

  1. Thompson, S., Ngambeki, I., Troch, P., Sivapalan, M., and Evangelou, D. (2012). Incorporating student-centered approaches into catchment hydrology teaching: A review and synthesis. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 16, 3263-3278.
  2. Woodcock, A., Graziano, W.G., Branch, S.E., Ngambeki, I., & Evangelou, D. (2012). Engineering students’ beliefs about research: Sex differences, personality and career plans. Journal of Engineering Education, 101 (3).
  3. Woodcock, A., Graziano, W.G., Branch, S.E., Habashi, M., Ngambeki, I., & Evangelou, D. (2012). Person and Thing Orientations: Psychological Correlates and Predictive Utility. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 1948550612444320.
  4. Graziano, W.G., Habashi, M.M, Evangelou, D., & Ngambeki, I. (2012). Orientations and motivations: Are you a “people person,” a “thing person,” or both? Motivation and Emotion, p. 1-13 DOI: 10.1007/s11031-011-9273-2.
  5. Ngambeki, I., Habashi, M., Evangelou, D., Graziano, W., Corapci, F., Sakka, D. (2012). Using Profiles of Person-Thing Orientation to Examine the Underrepresentation of Women in Engineering in Three Cultural Contexts. International Journal of Engineering Education, 28 (3), p. 1-12.
  6. Bagiati, A., Yoon, S. Y., Evangelou, D., Ngambeki, I. (2010). Engineering curricula in early education: Describing the landscape of open resources. Early Childhood Research and Practice, 12 (2).

Presentations

  1. Ngambeki, I. (2012). Exploring the relationship between person thing orientation and technical aptitudes. Invited seminar, Michigan Technological University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Houghton, MI, April 18, 2012.
  2. Ngambeki, I. (2011). Motivation and major choice in engineering. Invited seminar, Harvard University, School of Applied Sciences and Engineering, Cambridge, MA, December 1, 2011.
  3. Evangelou, D., Ngambeki, I, Ohland, M., Orr, M. Using Social Psychological Theories to Examine the Migratory Patterns of Engineering Students. National Science Foundation Engineering Education Awardees Conference, Reston, VA, February 13-15, 2011.
  4. Ngambeki, I., Evangelou, D., Habashi, M., Graziano, W. Examining Person and Thing Orientation among University Students in the USA. Gender and Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Research Symposium, West Lafayette, IN, February 19, 2010.
  5. Branch, S. & Ngambeki, I. In their own words: Classifying free expressions of motivation. Gender and Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Research Symposium, West Lafayette, IN, February 19, 2010.
  6. Ngambeki, I. An Examination of the Factors Affecting Global Virtual Water Flows. Purdue University Ecological Sciences and Engineering Interdisciplinary Graduate Program Annual Symposium, West Lafayette, IN, September 25, 2009.
  7. Behbehani, L., Galloza, M., Ngambeki, I., & Park, J. Indicators of Power in the Nile Basin. Purdue University Ecological Sciences and Engineering Interdisciplinary Graduate Program Annual Symposium, West Lafayette, IN, September 25, 2009.
  8. Habashi, M, Evangelou, D., Graziano, W., Ngambeki, I. Teacher knows best: Interest as a predictor of children’s career plans. Society for the Study of Motivation, 2nd Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA, May 25, 2009.
  9. Branch, S. & Ngambeki, I. In their own words: Classifying free expressions of motivation. Society for the Study of Motivation, 2nd Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA, May 25, 2009.
  10. Ngambeki, I., Evangelou, D., Habashi, M., Graziano, W. Examining Person and Thing Orientation among University Students in the USA. Society for the Study of Motivation, 2nd Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA, May 25, 2009.
  11. Woodcock, A., Ngambeki, I., Evangelou, D., Habashi, M., & Graziano, W. Focus of Interests as Motivation: Men, Women and Engineering, Society for the Study of Motivation, 1st Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, May 22, 2008.
  12. Ngambeki, I., Dalrymple, O., and Evangelou, D. Decision-Making in First-Year Engineering: How Students Choose an Engineering Discipline, Centre for the Integration of Science Education and Research Conference: On Being an Engineer, Lubbock, TX, February 1-2, 2008.

Refereed Conference Proceedings

  1. Coso, A. Louis, R., Ngambeki, I., Sattler, B., and London, J. (2012) Exploring the reasons for collaboration and cooperation among graduate student researchers. American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference Proceedings, San Antonio TX, June 10-13.
  2. Mendoza-Garcia, J., Ngambeki, I., Behbehani, L., Evangelou, D., Rao, S., Cox, M. (2012) Defining the knowledge and skills that enable engineers to participate in public policy. American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference Proceedings, San Antonio TX, June 10-13.
  3. Ngambeki, I., Evangelou, D., Rao, S., Cox, M. (2011). Work in progress: Developing a curriculum to prepare engineers to participate in public policy. Frontiers in Education Conference, Rapid City, South Dakota, October 12 - 15.
  4. Ngambeki, I., Evangelou, D., Graziano, W. (2011). Investigating the nature of thing orientation. Research in Engineering Education Symposium, Madrid, Spain, October 4-7.
  5. Ngambeki, I., Evangelou, D., Woodcock, A., Graziano, W.G., Branch, S.E. (2011). Person-thing orientation as a predictor of engineering persistence and success. American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference Proceedings, Vancouver, Canada, June 26-29.
  6. Ngambeki, I., Evangelou, D., Ohland, M. W., & Ricco, G. (2011). Exploring the motivations for migration among engineering students. American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference Proceedings, Vancouver, Canada, June 26-29.
  7. Ngambeki, I., Corapci, F., Sakka, D., Bairaktorova, D., Evangelou, D., Habashi, M., and Graziano, W. (2010). Differences in person-thing orientation in STEM majors across three countries. Joint International IGIP-SEFI Annual Conference Proceedings, Trnava, Slovakia, 19th - 22nd September.
  8. Ohland, M., Ngambeki, I., Long, R., Evangelou, D., Ricco, G. (2010). Describing the pathways of students continuing in and leaving engineering. American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference Proceedings, Louisville, KY, June 20-23.
  9. Branch, S. & Ngambeki, I.(2010). Rule, role and value orientations as motivations for engineering. Research in Engineering Education Symposium, Queensland, Australia, July 20-23
  10. Habashi, M., Graziano, W., Evangelou, D., Ngambeki, I. (2009). Teacher Influences on Child Interest in STEM Careers. Research in Engineering Education Symposium, Queensland, Australia, July 20-23.
  11. Evangelou, D., Habashi, M., Ngambeki, I., Graziano, W. (2008). Interest in Engineering, a Developmental Perspective, Research in Engineering Education Symposium, Davos, Switzerland, July 7-10.
  12. Habashi, M., Graziano, W., Evangelou, D., Ngambeki, I. (2008). Age Related Gender Differences in Interest in Engineering, Research in Engineering Education Symposium, Davos, Switzerland, July 7-10.
  13. Ngambeki, I., Evangelou, D., and Dalrymple, O. (2008). Decision-Making in First Year Engineering: Exploring how Students Decide about Future Studies and Career Pathways, American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference Proceedings, Pittsburgh, PA, June 22-25.
  14. Riley, D. M., Claris, L. and Ngambeki, I. (2006). Learning/Assessment: A tool for assessing liberative pedagogies in engineering education. American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference Proceedings, Chicago, IL, June 18 - 21.
  15. Riley, D. M., Claris, L., and Ngambeki, I. (2006). The Ethics Blog: Students making connections among ethics, thermodynamics, and life. American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference Proceedings, Chicago, IL, June 18 - 21.
  16. Ngambeki, I., Riley, D., and Rua, A. (2006). Sojourns and Pathways: Personal and professional identity formation and attitudes toward learning among college women. Frontiers in Education Conference Proceedings, San Diego, CA, October 28-31.

Workshops

  1. Ngambeki, I., Coso, A., Herman, G. Completing the cycle: Effectively disseminating and implementing your research. American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX, June 10-13, 2012.
  2. Dalrymple, O., Ngambeki, I., Bagiati, A., Evangelou, D. Artefact Redesign Using Disassemble/Analyze/Assemble (DAA) Activities, Annual American Society for Engineering Education IN/IL Section Conference, Terre Haute, IN, April 3-5, 2008.

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