NORMAN — Recruiting, preparing, retaining and graduating the best engineers possible is the focus of a forthcoming international conference hosted by the University of Oklahoma College of Engineering.
The 43rd annual Frontiers in Education Conference will begin Wednesday and continue through Saturday at the Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City.
More than 500 engineering and computer science faculty, university administrators, students and leaders from government funding agencies and industries from across the globe will share educational innovations and research in engineering and computing education.
The conference is sponsored by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Education Society, the American Society for Engineering Education (Educational Research and Methods Division) and the IEEE Computer Society.
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