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Nanotechnology Courses for General Education
Electronics Technology (ISSE), Proceedings of the 2014 37th International Spring Seminar on
  • James Morris, Portland State University
  • Lisa Weasel, Portland State University
  • Peter Moeck, Portland State University
  • Juna Snow, University of California - Berkeley
Document Type
Citation
Publication Date
9-1-2014
Abstract
Interdisciplinary faculty from Physics, Biology and Electrical and Computer Engineering, (ECE) have created a sequence of three stand-alone 300-level general education lecture courses in nanotechnology with one supporting laboratory course, with the support of National Science Foundation funding through the nanotechnology Undergraduate Education initiative. These three lecture courses can be taken by non-majors as science courses for General Education credit and are tailored to support interaction between STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) and non-STEM students, who will take them together. The ECE and Biology courses have each run once and course feedback and analyses are summarized here.
DOI
10.1109/ISSE.2014.6887645
Persistent Identifier
http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/19200
Citation Information
J. Morris, L. Weasel, P. Moeck and J. Snow, "Nanotechnology courses for general education," Proceedings of the 2014 37th International Spring Seminar on Electronics Technology, Dresden, 2014, pp. 463-467.