The UTEP College of Engineering has been long recognized for its excellence.
We are delighted to welcome you to the Center for Research in Engineering and Technology Education, CREaTE, a place where you can join the exchange of ideas and information about academic development with other faculty members here at UTEP and in the region.
CREaTE promotes and celebrates research that improves our understanding of student learning and excellence in teaching. We value growth, professionalism and excellence.
Tying STEM Together
This day-long program for teachers, administrators and engineering educators from Georgia and across the nation will provide an energizing, interactive overview of successful engineering education instruction for the K-12 classroom. Attendees will discover engaging hands-on lessons and interactive activities to share with students, takeaway materials for the classroom, and networking opportunities. Online Registration Link
Integrate design & community
engagement into curriculum
EPICS is a curricular approach in which multi-disciplinary design teams address needs within local and global communities. The workshop will provide information, tools, and resources needed to create an EPICS course from facilitators with experience from more than 50 faculty workshops on service-learning and design. Registration & Info: EPICS 2013
How to Engineer
A workshop held annually at Bucknell University that offers engineering and science educators a hands-on experience to enhance their teaching by: Writing clear instructional objectives at appropriate cognitive levels; Using active, cooperative & problem-based learning; Teaching teamwork and problem solving skills; and Assessing learning outcomes. Link to Registration Site
NSF Funded Interdisciplinary Research of Latinas
The National Science Foundation awarded a $525,000 grant to CREaTE to conduct an interdisciplinary research project titled Latinas in Computer Science and Engineering: A Qualitative Study Examining Identity and Agency for Resilience and Persistence. Full Story