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ABET Symposium

In April 21, 2012, I presented FACT or FICTION: the Fine Art of Convincing Your Program Evaluator that You Actually Do what You Wrote in the Self Study. Long title but critical to accreditation.

I’ve been a Program Evaluator for years and know that there is very little time for your program evaluator to review the evidence and decide if it proves you are doing enough of the right things to meet the criteria. I included information about the paperwork evidence I look for and even the questions I ask and the answers I am seeking

The ABET Symposium is the premier event for Deans, Department Chairs, and ABET coordinators for engineering programs considering or actively pursuing accreditation. I’ve been invited to present at next year’s ABET Symposium – It’s April 19-20, 2013 in Portland, OR. If you would like to attend please go to abet.org to register.

If you would like to get the information from my talk or my synopsis what’s new in ABET accreditation from the conference please sign up for the ABET Update. And if you have questions or would like to reduce your risk of a poor result, please contact us.

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