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Published: Apr 18, 2012 4:00:00 PM
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Auburn University’s Laboratory for Innovative Technology and Engineering Education (LITEE) has been selected by the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) to be included in its Real World Engineering Education publication for being an exemplary program that infuses real- world experiences into engineering undergraduate education. LITEE is led by P.K. Raju, Thomas Walter professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, and Chetan Sankar, Advisory Council professor in the College of Business.
LITEE was one of 29 programs selected for inclusion in the NAE publication from more than 95 nominations. The program develops and distributes cutting-edge instructional materials and strategies to bring real-world issues into engineering classrooms through multimedia case studies and hands-on projects, working to enhance student skills and provide an opportunity to solve practical problems. The program began in 1996.
See more about the program here