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[1993 Version]

William K. LeBold is Purdue's Director of Educational Research and Information Systems, Professor of Engineering, and has a guest appointment in educational psychology and research methods. He has a dual background in electrical engineering (BS, Minnesota and MS, Northwestern) and psychology (Ph.D., Purdue). He has conducted many national and institutional studies of engineering students and graduates, including the 1965 ASEE Goals of Engineering Education and the 1985 AAES-EMC Engineering Utilization surveys of Engineers in Industry and Government. He has served as chairman and member of the ASEE Engineering Manpower Committee, as a member of the NSF Committee on Equal Opportunities in Engineering and Science and as a consultant to the Office of Scientific and Engineering Personnel of the National Academy of Science. Recently, Dr. LeBold's efforts have focused on equity issues; computer literacy, knowledge and competency; the development of cognitive, affective, and behavioral self-concept scales; and improving the educational, career and life planning of engineering students and graduates. (Hopper, 1993)

on the web

LIST OF Dr. William K. LeBold Papers, Purdue University Special Collections, Archives

Mary E. Hopper [MEHopper] | MEHopper@TheWorld.com [posted 01/01/01 | revised 06/16/06]