14 Oct 2014Updates on the Australasian Association for Engineering Education (A2E2) National Executive Reports at October 2014.
10 Oct 2014The Australasian Association for Engineering Education (A2E2) is a learned technical society of Engineers Australia. It represents more than 1000 members from professional academics, support staff, engineering students, librarians, professional engineers, to employers who have vested interests in...
10 Oct 2014This project was commissioned by ACED and was facilitated by AProf Sally Male and Emeritus Professor Robin King. These best practice guidelines are an outcome of the project ‘Enhancing Industry Engagement in Engineering Degrees’ led by the Australian Council of Engineering Deans, with a grant from...
29 Aug 2014Australia’s Northern Territory is a prime candidate for benefiting from both professional engineers and engineering projects as a means for developing the region, with the chairman of the Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia, David Singleton, calling for incentives to be made...
23 Jul 2014National Congress is the peak representative body of Engineers Australia some 50 delegates representing the various groups of Engineers Australia such as Divisions, Colleges, Special Interest Groups, and Technical Societies.
Welcome to the website of the Australasian Association for Engineering Education. AAEE (a technical society of Engineers Australia) is a professional association of academics, support staff, postgraduate students, librarians, professional engineers, and employers who all have vested interests in fostering excellence and innovation in engineering education.
The general mission of AAEE is to improve the quality, relevance and performance of engineering education in Australasia. More specifically, the objectives of the Association are to:
- Quantify and make more visible within Australasia the increasing need for specific advanced engineering skills.
- Increase the participation rates of high school leavers in engineering education and training, especially of women and non-traditional sources of students.
- Promote the development and use of new teaching techniques and tools and promote measurement of teaching effectiveness.
- Provide assistance to the engineering educators, especially to the new members of the teaching staff.
- Promote the professional development of engineering educators.
- Make the Association the focal point for information on all aspects of engineering education within Australasia.
- Develop co-sponsorship of the Association by other engineering professional institutions and associations in Australasia.
- Develop global links with similarly minded organisations in other countries.
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