Creating and Sustaining Productive Research Groups in Graduate Engineering Departments: Results from a Faculty and Future Faculty Workshop

@inproceedings{Janeski2012CreatingAS,
  title={Creating and Sustaining Productive Research Groups in Graduate Engineering Departments: Results from a Faculty and Future Faculty Workshop},
  author={John Andrew Janeski and Erin Crede and Maura Borrego and Chris Venters},
  year={2012}
}
In July 2011, 45 engineering graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, faculty members and administrators from 33 universities across the country met to discuss how to foster successful engineering graduate research groups. This paper summarizes the recommendations and conclusions from this meeting. Analysis of workshop discussions yielded four major themes: clarity of expectations, attending to community, organization for group and peer learning, and structuring student development towards… CONTINUE READING

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