View the winning cards from each year's challenge!
This card will link to the winning cards from each year's peer-reviewed ASEE Best Card Competition.
Each card displayed a thorough development of EM concepts and great mission alignment within their respective subjects and industries and included high quality descriptions and resources, many of which include not only presentations and instructor notes but rubrics, activities, and student artifacts.
To inspire lessons and future ASEE papers, posters, and presentations with this collection.
Demonstrate constant curiosity about our changing world
Explore a contrarian view of accepted solution
Integrate information from many sources to gain insight
Assess and manage risk
Identify unexpected opportunities to create extraordinary value
• First place: Stephanie Gillespie, University of New Haven. "Prototyping via Makerspace Training in First-Year Engineering."
• Second place: Chao Wang, Arizona State University. "An Open Ended Design Project Promoting Autonomy in an Introduction to Engineering Course."
• Third place: Cheryl Bodnar, Rowan University, and Elise Barrella, DfX Consulting LLC. "'Master' Entrepreneurial Mindset Concept Map."
• Honorable mention: Kimberly Demoret, Florida Institute of Technology. "Students Teaching Engineering - Making Products for Education."
• Honorable mention: Yingyan Lou, Arizona State University. "How is the Yellow Interval Determined for a Signalized Intersection?"
Prototyping via Makerspace Training in First-Year-Engineering
• First place: Haolin Zhu and Tirupalavanam Ganesh, Arizona State University. "Concept Mapping, a Tool for Assessment of First Year Students' Understanding of the Design Process."
• Second place: Heath LeBlanc, Ajmal Khan, Firas Hassan, and Khalid Al-Olimat, Ohio Northern University. "How Analogies Fit in a Framework for Supporting the Entrepreneurial Mindset in an Electric Circuits Course."
• Third place: Lindy Mayled, Arizona State University. "Effects of Alternative Course Design and Instructional Methods in the Engineering Classroom."
• Honorable mention: Kaitlin Mallouk, Bruce Oestreich, Cheryl Bodnar, and Scott Steiner, Rowan University. "Product Archaeology: Digging Into Consumer Products."
• Honorable mention: Jacquelyn Nagel, James Madison University. "Butterflies, Termites, and Mollusks, Oh My! - Helping Students Make Connections for Bio-inspired Innovation."
Concept Mapping, a Tool for Assessment of First Year Students' Understanding of the Design Process
• First place: John Estell, Ohio Northern University. "Connecting with Clients by Creating Educational Software."
• Second place: Cheryl Bodnar and Kaitlin Mallouk, Rowan University. "Games, Games, Games: Teaching Entrepreneurial Mindset through Board Game Design."
• Third place: Louis DiBerardino and Lawrence Funke, Ohio Northern University. "Dynamic Systems 1 (ME 3211) out-of-class problem-based learning assignment."
Connecting with Clients by Creating Educational Software