Global Colloquium on Engineering Education

Multi-Society

Global Colloquium on Engineering Education

(MSGCEE)

An agreement was signed by seven engineering education societies to cooperatively organize the Multi-Society Global Colloquium on Engineering Education (MSGCEE), a multi-event distributed geographically and in time across their respective annual conferences. Designed to expand and maximize cross-cultural interaction, and to foster engineering education research and innovation collaboration across the member societies, each society has agreed to host, parallel to their annual event, an MSGCEE with a special one-day registration fee for invited Global Colloquium presenters. Each society will invite authors of refereed papers published in their 2019-2022 conferences to present at a 2022 or 2023 MSGCEE event of their choice hosted by the other societies.

To be eligible for participation in a MSGCEE, individual authors:

  • Must be a current member of one of the member societies participating in the Global Colloquium.
  • Must have presented an original paper at an annual meeting of a Global Colloquium member society that passed that society’s merit review process.
  • Must apply to participate in any given Global Colloquium session within 24 months of their original paper presentation. (extended this first year to 36 month because of the pandemic).
  • Must convert their paper to poster according to the criteria of the Global Colloquium member at which they wish to present.
  • The poster and/or paper submitted to any Global Colloquium special session must include an explicit acknowledge that it is based on an accepted conference paper and specifies the annual meeting at which the paper was originally presented.
  • Must register and pay the Global Colloquium registration fee(s) for the conference(s) at which they wish to present.

The 1st Multi-Society Global Colloquium of Engineering Education will be hosted at the following 2022 member society events:

2023 CEEA/ACEG Conference June 2023 – Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada
Presentation/Participation: To be announced. Language of Presentation: English.
Publication and Indexing: To be announced.
Cost: To be announced.
Point of Contact: Peter Ostafichuk, Board Committee Chair, peter.ostafichuk@ubc.ca

2023 ASEE Annual Conference and Exhibit 25-28 June 2023 – Baltimore, Maryland. USA
Presentation/Participation: To be announced. Language of Presentation: English.
Publication and Indexing: To be announced.
Cost: To be announced (includes 1 day pass to the ASEE Conference and reception).
Point of Contact: Rachel Koroloff, Senior External Affairs Assistant, r.koroloff@asee.org

2023 LACCEI International Conference and OAS Summit for Engineering for the Americas – 17-21 July 2023 – Buenos Aires, Argentina (South America)
Presentation/Participation: Hybrid conference offers flexibility of Paper Presentation (if Live participation) or 5-minute Video (if Virtual participation). Language of Presentation: English.
Publication and Indexing: Paper will be translated to Spanish and published in Spanish in the LACCEI Multi-Conference Proceedings with open access, D.O.I., ISBN, ISSN and SCOPUS, Google Scholar and AXCES indexing.
Cost: 
– Live Participation 250 USD (paper publication fees, live event, video processing, and archiving fees)
Point of Contact: Maria M. Larrondo-Petrie, Executive Director, petrie@fau.edu

2022 JSEE Annual Conference – 7-9 September 2022 – Nihon, Japan
Presentation/Participation: To be announced. Language of Presentation: English.
Publication and Indexing: To be announced.
Cost: To be announced 
Point of Contact: Tetsuo Oka, International Affairs, okat@shibaura-it.ac.jp

AEEA International Conference, World Engineering Education Forum (WEEF) and Global Engineering Deans Council (GEDC) – 28 November – 1 December 2022, Cape Town, South Africa
Presentation/Participation: To be announced. Language of Presentation: English.
Publication and Indexing: Paper will be published and indexed in IEEE Xplore
Cost: 250 USD
Point of Contact: Funso Falade, President, president@aeeaonline.org

to be announced
Point of Contact: Nong Moon Hwang, Vice President of International Cooperation, nmhwang@snu.ac.kr

  • Chinese Society for Engineering Education (CSEE)

to be announced
Point of Contact: Zhuang Yixue, Secretary General, 0918047@zju.edu.cn



 

Registration for Multi-Society Global Colloquium on Engineering Education (MSGCEE)

Registration to the MSGCEE is strictly limited to authors who have published refereed papers in a conference of one of the 7 member societies, from 2019 to 2021. Presentation, participation, publication, indexing, and cost vary by institutions.


Organizing Committee – Meeting of MSGCEE Member Societies:

 

Funso Falade
President

African Engineering Education Association (AEEA)

president@aeeaonline.org
Rachel Koroloff
Senior External Affairs Assistant

American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE)

r.koroloff@asee.org
Amy Hsiao
President

Canadian Engineering Education Association/Association canadienne de l’éducation en genie (CEEA/ACEG)

ahsiao@upei.ca
Zhuang Yixue
Secretary General

Chinese Society for Engineering Education (CSEE)

0918047@zju.edu.cn
Tetsuo Oka
International Affairs

Japanese Society for Engineering Education (JSEE)

okat@shibaura-it.ac.jp
Nong Moon Hwang
Vice President of International Cooperation

Korean Society for Engineering Education (KSEE)

nmhwang@snu.ac.kr
Maria Mercedes Larrondo-Petrie
Executive Director,

Latin American and Caribbean Consortium of Engineering Institutions  (LACCEI)

petrie@laccei.org

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Formación:

  • Ingeniero de Sistemas - Universidad Central
  • Especialista en Docencia Universitaria - Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia
  • Magister en Educación - Universidad de San Buenaventura
  • Doctorando en Educación y Tecnología (curso) - Universidad de Lleida (España).

Me he desempeñado como:

  • Analista y Diseñador de Sistemas de Información
  • Auditor de Sistemas
  • Empresario del sector software- Líder de equipos de desarrollo de software
  • Docente universitario
  • Decano de Ingeniería por más de 22 años: 7 años en Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia (Cali); 6 años en Universidad de San Buenaventura (Cali); 9 años en Universidad Nacional Abierta y a Distancia

Otros:

  • Participación en comunidades académicas y profesionales
  • Delegado de Universidades ante COPNIA (Valle del Cauca)
  • Presidente de REDIS - Nodo Bogotá- Cundinamarca (2017-2018)
  • Miembro del Consejo Directivo de la Asociación Colombiana de Facultades de Ingeniería - ACOFI (2018-Actual)
  • Vicepresidente de Membresías de LACCEI (Latin American And Caribbean Consortium of Engineering Institutions) (2021-2022)
  • Miembro de Enter Network Monitoring Committee (EngineeriNg educaTors pEdagogical tRaining ENTER)
  • Miembro de diversos Comités y Consejos institucionales y de iniciativas académicas.

Investigación:

  • Investigador junior de MinCiencias
  • Miembro del grupo de investigación Byte in Design, categorizado en A por Minciencias.
  • Temáticas de interés: Educación superior, Tecnología y educación, Sistemas de información, Ingeniería de software.

On construction

Doctora en Ciencias (agosto de 2022) con estudios de Maestría en Ingeniería Electrónica,  Magister en Innovación Educativa, Magister en Gestión para la Creación Intelectual y Magister en Educación Superior E-learning. Es Especialista en Sistemas de Telecomunicaciones y en Procesos E-learning e Ingeniera Electrónicay Eléctrica. Desde hace 9 años, Decana de la Facultad de Ciencias de la Ingeniería de la Fundación Universitaria Antonio de Arévalo – Unitecnar, donde también se ha desempeñado como Directora del Centro de Relaciones Nacionales e Internacionales. En Unitecnar, ha ejecutado el diseño de la primera Especialización Tecnológica en el país a nivel de Educación Superior: la Especialización Tecnológica en E-learning.  En el 2014 y 2021 premiada por Fundación Color de Colombia y el periódico El Espectador como Afrocolombiana del Año categoría educación, por impulsar proyectos de educación superior y  STEM en la región Caribe en Colombia, para jóvenes de bajos recursos. Ha sido responsable de la acreditación de alta calidad para los programas de ingeniería desde la Facultad que dirige. Es Par Académico del Ministerio de Educación Nacional de Colombia para programas de Ingeniería Electrónica y áreas afines, además está capacitada por EUR-ACE (European Accreditation of Engineering Programmes).
Es miembro fundador de la Cátedra Abierta Latinoamericana "Matilda y las Mujeres en Ingeniería", asesor regional de la Secretaría Técnica de la Comisión Interamericana de Ciencia y Tecnología de la Organización de los Estados Americanos (OEA), desde ahí, la Ing. Valdez trabaja en el Comité de ejercicio profesional. 
Es Presidente de Expotecnología en sus 19 versiones. En 2016, participó como becaria del programa Strategic Innovation Summit on Affordable Communities (ACE2016) del Technology and Entrepreneurship Centre de la Universidad de Harvard. Recientemente ha sido postulada a los Women  that Build Awards, un reconocimiento global que busca cambiar la realidad de la industria, reducir la brecha de género y dar visibilidad a las mujeres que están construyendo una industria diversa e inclusiva en el área TI.