Engineering Education Seminar (FREE Registration!)

Seminar on Engineering Education that provides useful information for engineering educationists & researchers and a platform for sharing experiences among participants and speakers will be held as follows:

Date / Day        : 12th August 2016 (Friday)
Time                  : 9 a.m. – 12 p.m
Venue                : BILIK ILMUAN 2, Anjung Menara Razak, UTM Kuala Lumpur

Talk 1: ‘Developing the next generation – Challenges for Engineering Education Practitioners and Researchers’

By Prof. Dr. Robin Clark, Director of ASEC (Aston Stem Education Centre), Aston University, England

Talk 2: ‘Teaching And Education Research

By Dr Sarah Junaid, Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering and Design, Aston University, England

Talk 3: ‘Engineering Education Research in UTM Kuala Lumpur’

By Associate Prof. Dr. Morina Abdullah

All lecturers, research students and interested parties are invited to benefit from this knowledge sharing by our Visiting Professor from Aston University, England.

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