2017 ATMAE Conference Proceedings

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The ATMAE 2017 Conference Presentation Abstracts and Proceedings Papers is the result of the work of many authors in technology, technology management, and applied engineering degree programs throughout the United States who gathered to share their work at the 2017 Annual ATMAE Conference in Cincinnati, Ohio November 1-3, 2017. The proceedings include all of the conference presentation abstracts that were accepted through the peer-review process and which were presented at the conference, and the Conference Proceedings Papers, based on accepted presentations, which were submitted and accepted through a secondary peer-referee process. The reviews of presentation proposals and conference papers were led by ATMAE Division and Focus Group leaders. The proposals and papers were reviewed by a panel of ATMAE members with expertise in the topical area in a double-blind process. Review panelists evaluated the presentation abstract and papers pursuant to the review criteria, ranked each, and a cumulative rank-ordering system was used to help select the presentations and papers to be presented and published. Many ATMAE members and leaders dedicated their time and expertise to review of all the Conference Presentation Proposal Abstracts, Conference Proceedings Papers, Student Research Competition Abstracts and Best Papers for the ATMAE 2017 conference. Without their time and efforts, ATMAE could not provide a thorough double-blind peer-referee process. Our thanks go to all of those dedicated ATMAE members: Conference Presentation Abstracts and Proceedings Paper Process: Eli Aba, Mahmoud Al-Odeh, Amit Bandyopadhyay, Wutthigrai Boonsuk, David Brinkruff, Aydin Burchan, Isaac Chang, Hans Chapman, Austin Cheney, William Clyburn, Curtis Cohenour, Paul Dettmann, Erik Devito, Stephen Dunn, Susan Ely, Dominick Fazarro, Rod Flanigan, Steve Freeman, Bandara Gamini, Kim Gordon, Abu Haddud, John Haughery, Louis Hickman, John Irwin, Mahyar Izadi, James Jones, Heshium Lawrence, Edward Lazaros, Neil Littell, Tarek Mahfouz, Richard Miller, Perry Moller, Gretchen Mosher, Randell Peters, Sai Ramaswamy, Marla Rogers, Claire Roudebush, Saxon Ryan, Sara Smith, Michelle Surerus, Edem Tetteh, Charles Weiss, Marcia Wheeler, Cheryl Wilhelmsen, Ronald Woolsey, and John Wyatt. Best ATMAE Conference Proceedings Paper Award: “A Microsoft Kinect-based Gesture System to Enhance 3D Visual Communication in Virtual Collaboration” Dr. Yi-hsiang Isaac Chang, Illinois State University

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Table of Contents Administration A comparative analysis of faculty compensation between ATMAE, ABET, and AACSB accredited programs.................................. 11 A comparative study of 2-year technology programs accredited by ATMAE and ETAC of ABET.......................................................... 12 A Description Review of AACSB and ATMAE Accreditation Standards and their impact on faculty compensation...................... 13 A Marketing/Recruiting Strategy for your STEM Program................................................................................................................................... 14 Academic Outreach and Student Recruitment Programs to Attract Youth to STEM Programs through Mobile Renewable Energy Education....................................................................................................................... 15 Breaking Up Is Hard to Do: Leading through U