Community Outreach: Project Initiatives
Tufts University ASEE Student Chapter
Welcome to the Tufts University American Society for Engineering
Education (ASEE) Student Chapter, sponsored by the CEEO. The Tufts
ASEE Chapter is an organization of Math, Science, Technology, &
Engineering Education graduate students, Engineering undergraduate
and graduate students and faculty, and CEEO staff committed to
improving engineering education.
The American Society for Engineering Education was founded in 1893.
It is a nonprofit organization of individuals and institutions
committed to furthering education in engineering and engineering
In pursuit of academic excellence, ASEE develops policies and
programs that enhance professional opportunities for engineering
faculty members, and promotes activities that support increased
student enrollments in engineering and engineering technology
colleges and universities.
For more information or to join ASEE, visit their website at
To be eligible to join, you must be an
ASEE member and a student, faculty, or staff member of Tufts
University. Interested parties should send an email to the chapter
president. For more information about our chapter, please read our
Constitution and Bylaws.
Dr. Ethan Danahy, Dr. Alan Hoskinson, Dr. Merredith Portsmore,
Elissa Milto, & Erin Riecker
Dr. Adam Carberry, Kaitlyn Conroy, Eric Fournier, Dr. Gay Lemons,
Mary McCormick, Kara
Miranda, Melissa Pickering, Lisa Moretti, Natasha Perova, Adam Santos,
Jessica Scolnic, Kevin Staszowski, Susan Tse