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Visioneering Center

Why I Almost Quit Engineering

Ken Bloemer, Ph.D., Director of Visioneering Center at the University of Dayton, explains what stopped him from quitting engineering and how educators can use this experience to prevent their students from switching majors or dropping out.

KEEN Talk on YouTube
KEEN to Change Engineering Education

80 leaders from KEEN Partner Institutions were welcomed to the University of Dayton campus by our Engineering Ambassadors for a three-day meeting to discuss advancement of engineering education for our future engineers. 

Dayton Engineer Blog
Elevating Sustainability

"Sustainability goes hand-in-hand with value creation," said Dr. Jun-Ki Choi, mechanical engineering assistant professor in KEEN'zine.

Keen'zine Magazine Article
Creating Value

Those with an aptitude for engineering enter the field for a variety of reasons. Dr. Kim Bigelow, professor of mechanical engineering at the University of Dayton, was motivated by a desire to help others. 

Academic Minute Feature
Envisioning Engineering Success

The Visioneering Center will focus on developing new active, collaborative and project-based learning strategies for students and will enhance student learning with technology.

University of Dayton News
Engineering Change

A national entrepreneurship network and a foundation grant of $1.2 million will initiate the largest faculty and curriculum development program in the history of the University of Dayton School of Engineering.

KEEN Engineering Unleashed Website
Best in Class

The University of Dayton School of Engineering and its Innovation Center are "best in class" in graduating engineers equipped with an entrepreneurial mindset according to a national network and foundation.

KEEN Engineering Unleashed

Visioneering Center, Dr. Ken Bloemer, Director

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