DEED Best Paper Awards

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DEED Best Papers: ASEE 2018

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The 2018 Best DEED Paper winner was:

The ‘Structured’ Engineering Design Notebook: A New Tool for Design Thinking within a Studio Design Course, Ms. Kristen Clapper Bergsman (University of Washington) [view paper]

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The 2018 Best DEED Paper finalists were:

Exploring Students’ Product Design Concept Generation and Development Practices, Mr. Jin Woo Lee,  Dr. Shanna R. Daly, and Mr. Varghese Ittoop Vadakumcherry  (University of Michigan) [view paper]

Use of Active Learning and the Design Thinking Process to Drive Creative Sustainable Engineering Design Solutions, Dr. Renee M. Clark,  Ms. Lisa Marie Stabryla, Dr. Leanne M. Gilbertson (University of Pittsburgh) [view paper]

The Write Background Makes a Difference: What Research and Writing Skills Can Predict about Capstone Project Success, Dr. Kris Jaeger-Helton and Dr. Bridget M. Smyser  (Northeastern University) [view paper]

New Engineers’ First Three Months: A Study of the Transition from Capstone Design Courses to Workplaces, Chris Gewirtz (Virginia Tech), Dr. Daria A. Kotys-Schwartz (University of Colorado, Boulder), Dr. Daniel Knight (University of Colorado, Boulder), Dr. Marie C. Paretti (Virginia Tech), Mr. Sidharth Arunkumar, Prof. Julie Dyke Ford (New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology), Dr. Susannah Howe (Smith College), Ms. Laura Mae Rosenbauer (Smith College), Mr. Nicholas Emory Alvarez (New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology), Ms. Jessica Deters (Virginia Tech), Mr. Cristian Hernandez [view paper]

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DEED Best Papers: ASEE 2017

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The 2017 Best DEED Paper winner was:

Switching Midstream, Floundering Early, and Tolerance for Ambiguity: How Capstone Students Cope with Changing and Delayed Projects, Dr. Kris Jaeger-Helton (Northeastern University) and Dr. Bridget M. Smyser (Northeastern University) [view paper]

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The 2017 Best DEED Paper finalists were:

Examining the Effect of a Paradigm-Relatedness Problem-Framing Tool on Idea Generation, Amy E. Rechkemmer (University of Michigan), Maya Z. Makhlouf (University of Michigan), Jennifer M. Wenger (University of Michigan), Eli M. Silk (Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey), Dr. Shanna R. Daly (University of Michigan), Dr. Seda McKilligan (Iowa State University), and Dr. Kathryn W. Jablokow (Pennsylvania State University, Great Valley) [view paper]

Case Studies of Problem Exploration Processes in Engineering Design, Ms. Jaryn Studer (Iowa State University), Dr. Shanna R. Daly (University of Michigan), Dr. Jaclyn Kuspiel Murray (University of Michigan), Dr. Seda McKilligan (Iowa State University), and Prof. Colleen M. Seifert (University of Michigan [view paper]

Designing a Course for Peer Educators in Undergraduate Engineering Design Courses, Ms. Gina Marie Quan (University of Maryland, College Park), Dr. Chandra Anne Turpen (University of Maryland, College Park), Dr. Ayush Gupta (University of Maryland, College Park), and Ms. Emilia Dewi Tanu (University of Maryland, College Park) [view paper]

Extending the 2015 Capstone Design Survey: Data from Australia and New Zealand, Dr. Susannah Howe (Smith College) and Ms. Laura Mae Rosenbauer (Smith College) [view paper]

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DEED Best Papers: ASEE 2016

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The 2016 Best DEED Paper winner was:

How Students Create Verbal Descriptions of Physical Parts, Dr. Steven C. Zemke (Gonzaga University) and Dr. Diane L. Zemke [view paper]

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The 2016 Best DEED Paper finalists were:

A Comparison of Paper vs. Electronic (Portfolio) Notebooks for Engineering Design Projects, Dr. Jessica A. Kuczenski (Santa Clara University) and Ms. Erin Susan Araj (Santa Clara University) [view paper]

The 2015 Capstone Design Survey: Observations from the Front Lines, Dr. Susannah Howe (Smith College), Ms. Sophia L. Poulos (Smith College), and Ms. Laura Mae Rosenbauer (Smith College) [view paper]

The Prototype for X (PFX) Framework: Assessing Its Impact on Students’ Prototyping Awareness, Ms. Jessica Menold (Pennsylvania State University, University Park), Dr. Kathryn W. Jablokow (Pennsylvania State University), Prof. Timothy W. Simpson (Pennsylvania State University, University Park), and Emily A. Waterman (Pennsylvania State University) [view paper]

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DEED Best Papers: ASEE 2015

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The 2015 Best DEED Paper winner was:

The Impact of Teaming and Cognitive Style on Student Perceptions of Design Ideation Outcomes, Dr. Kathryn W. Jablokow (Pennsylvania State University, Great Valley), Mr. Wesley Teerlink (Penn State University), Dr. Seda Yilmaz (Iowa State University), Dr. Shanna R. Daly (University of Michigan), and Eli M. Silk (Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey) [view paper]

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The 2015 Best DEED Paper finalists were:

Aesthetics of Design: A Case Study of a Course, Ms. Katherine Goodman (University of Colorado, Boulder), Dr. Hunter Porterfield Ewen (University of Colorado, Boulder), Mr. Jiffer W Harriman Jr (University of Colorado), and Dr. Jean Hertzberg (University of Colorado, Boulder) [view paper]

Exploring the Impact of Cognitive Preferences on Student Receptivity to Design Thinking, Ms. Jessica Menold (Pennsylvania State University, University Park), Dr. Kathryn W. Jablokow (Pennsylvania State University, Great Valley), Prof. Elizabeth C. Kisenwether (Pennsylvania State University, University Park), and Dr. Sarah E Zappe (Pennsylvania State University, University Park) [view paper]

Valuing and Engaging Stakeholders: The Effects of Engineering Students’ Interactions During Capstone Design, Ibrahim Mohedas (University of Michigan), Grace Louise Cravens (Sienko Research Group), Dr. Shanna R. Daly (University of Michigan), and Dr. Kathleen H. Sienko (University of Michigan) [view paper]

Guardian Angels of Our Better Nature: Finding Evidence of the Benefits of Design Thinking, Dr. Luke David Conlin (Stanford University), Doris B Chin Ph.D. (Stanford Graduate School of Education), Dr. Kristen Pilner Blair (Stanford University), Dr. Maria Cutumisu (Stanford University), and Prof. Daniel L Schwartz (Stanford University) [view paper]