Bucher to attend ASEE conference
In any educational environment, making sure students are healthy and safe can help lay the groundwork for success in the classroom as well.
With this in mind, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Graduate Program Coordinator and Academic Advisor, Beth Bucher, recently had academic research accepted for presentation at the 2017 American Society of Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exposition.
The title of Bucher's research is, "Graduate student support: Using wellness programming to promote connection, community and sense of belonging."
Bucher is presenting her work at the conference, which takes place June 25-28 in Columbus, hosted by the Ohio State College of Engineering Education Department.
Her work was also accepted for display at the recent 2017 American College Personnel Association Convention held in Columbus from March 26-29.