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Mental health issues have long posed a challenge on university campuses. While no population is immune, research has shown that students from marginalised backgrounds can have higher rates of mental health issues and suffer worse outcomes as a result. These discrepancies have been attributed to...
Various outcome-based education (OBE) performance measurement approaches demonstrate students’ attainment of a set of Graduate Attributes (GA) in the engineering programme. This paper presents four measurement models, namely the indicative, explicit, GA assessment, and culminating models, to...
Engineering students’ views of ethics and social responsibility can be complex, multi-faceted, and influenced by participation in diverse experiences. To explore these influences, we surveyed engineering undergraduates at four U.S. universities to understand how their perceptions of ethics and...
Fundamental engineering units such as fluid mechanics are usually challenging for students to learn since they are practical and linked with mathematics. Traditional physical laboratories are useful for enhancing students’ learning; however, they are expensive and require large space. New...
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