The ASEE-NE Section Conference 2011

University of Hartford

April 29, 2011 – April 30, 2011


Conference Theme: A changing world - An emerging opportunity for strategic partnerships



Click here for summary of Workshops being offered on Friday April 29, 2011.

Click here for descriptions of Workshops being offered on Friday April 29, 2011.





Aerial view of the University Harford campus

IMPORTANT: Depending on the type of acceptance, please follow the instructions below to upload your final revised papers to this website (by April 17). This is a sharp deadline; no extension will be given under any circumstances. It is extremely important to follow the paper formatting guidelines, which is available on the "Submission Guidelines" page.

If your paper was accepted with revisions:
* Login to your account.
* Click the "Author" link.
* Click the paper title link
* Click "PAPER REVIEW" tab at the top of the page
* Use "Upload Author Version" field at the bottom of the page to upload your final revised paper.

If your abstract was accepted:
* Login to your account.
* Click the "Author" link.
* Click "Awaiting Upload" link for your submission, and follow the instructions to upload your paper.


The American Society for Engineering Education-Northeast Section (ASEE-NE) invites abstracts, papers, cases and workshops in all engineering and engineering technology disciplines for the 2011 ASEE-NE conference which will be held at the University of Hartford, West Hartford, CT. The conference theme is, "A changing world- An emerging opportunity for strategic partnerships" and it will be held as a joint conference with the International Association of Journals and Conferences (IAJC).

It is a great opportunity to present innovative tools, teaching and learning experience, through papers, posters and workshops to professions and students in your field. The ASEE-NE is a multidisciplinary group and it encourages educators and professionals from all engineering and engineering technology disciplines to submit relevant abstracts for the upcoming conference.

Keynote Speaker

Greg Steiner, President
Kaman Aerospace Group




Gregory L. Steiner, 54, is President of Kaman Corporation's Aerospace Group. He is responsible for Kaman's five aerospace businesses with sales of more than $600 million and more than 2100 employees. The businesses are located in Connecticut, Florida, Kansas, Washington, the United Kingdom, Mexico, and Germany. Greg reports to Neal J. Keating, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Kaman.

Prior to joining Kaman, Greg was vice president, systems for GE Aviation Systems in Santa Ana, California. At GE he was responsible for the company's systems integration businesses and was the Executive Program Manager for the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. He was previously vice president and general manager, military mission systems. Greg also had a seventeen-year career with Rockwell Collins, Inc. serving in a number of progressively responsible positions in program management, corporate development, strategy, and general management. His last assignment was vice president and general manager of passenger systems. Before joining Rockwell, he was with Texas Instruments in Attleboro, Massachusetts for five years where he started his corporate career with assignments in manufacturing, product line management, and engineering.

A native of Bristol, Rhode Island, Mr. Steiner received his bachelor's degree in engineering and economics from Union College in Schenectady, New York in 1979 and his MBA from the University of Iowa in 1994. He attended US Air force Officer Training School and Undergraduate Pilot Training from 1979-1981, graduating with honors from both programs. He was an operational pilot in the U.S. Air Force/ Reserves with a fighter/attack/reconnaissance rating, attaining the rank of Captain. He holds FAA commercial, multi-engine, instrument, and turbine licenses.

Greg currently resides in Avon, Connecticut with his partner, Erika Turner, who is CFO of Lydall, Inc in Manchester, CT. He has four children, Paul (25), Margaret (23), Ramsey (20), and Madeline (20).



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