DEED Student Essay Awards

DEED Student Essay Competition: ASEE 2019

The Student Essay Competition topic for 2018 was: What role should artificial intelligence play in engineering design education?  The competition rules can be found here: [view competition guidelines]

The awardees for the Student Essay contest were:

GRADUATE DIVISION

Francis Fish, Georgia Institute of Technology, “A Brief Overview of the Pros and Cons of AI in Engineering Design.” 

Elisabeth Kames, Florida Institute of Technology, “Addressing the Possibilities: The Benefits of Implementing Artificial Intelligence in Engineering Design Education”  

Devanshi Shah, Florida Institute of Technology, “Artificial Intelligence: A path humans can pave to future.”  

UNDERGRADUATE DIVISION

Katherine Tanner, The Ohio State University, “If you build it, they will break it.” 

DEED Student Essay Competition: ASEE 2018

 

The Student Essay Competition topic for 2018 was: What do you need to better learn engineering analysis?  [view competition guidelines]

 

The awardees for the 2018 Student Essay contest were:

GRADUATE DIVISION

Hadi Ali (Arizona State University), “Educated Human Judgement: Design and Analysis: Where to probe, and where to pass- by?”  [view paper]

UNDERGRADUATE DIVISION

Jack Ruggless (Western Michigan University), “Better Integrating of Engineering Design and Analysis into Engineering Education” [view paper]

 

 

DEED Student Essay Competition: ASEE 2017

 

The Student Essay Competition topic for 2017 was: Imagining Engineering Design Education in 2040 [view competition guidelines]

 

The awardees for the 2017 Student Essay contest were:

GRADUATE DIVISION

Alistair Cook (Colorado State University): Educating Engineers for International Development Careers: A Pathway to the Future of Engineering Design Education [view paper]

Steven Weiner (Arizona State University): How Engineering Design Education Will Be Everywhere and Nowhere in 2040 [view paper]

UNDERGRADUATE DIVISION

Aaron Joya and Maria Buan (University of Washington): D.I.R.T. (Designing in Real Time) [view paper]

Shreyas M. Shete and Pramod V. Desai (Rajarambapu Institute of Technology): Design Tends to Virtuality [view paper]