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ABET Accreditation - Recent Updates and Insights

Originally delivered Sep 28, 2020
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Education and Accreditation Committee Chair, Professor Randy Lewis from Brigham Young University, will discuss recent updates and insights regarding ABET accreditation. An important aspect of this presentation involves the new student outcome and curriculum changes that began in the 2019-20 accreditation cycle as well as the virtual visits during the 2020-21 cycle.  

Additional topics include: program preparation, the visit schedule, post-visit interactions, common criterion issues during a visit, and accreditation resources. This session is particularly beneficial for faculty members of programs undergoing ABET accreditation during the next several years.


Randy S. Lewis

Randy S. Lewis is Professor of Chemical Engineering at Brigham Young University (BYU).  He has been at BYU for 15 years.  He previously was a faculty member for 11 years at Oklahoma State University.  He received his BS and PhD degrees in Chemical Engineering from BYU and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, respectively.  Randy currently serves as Chair of the AIChE Education and Accreditation Committee.  

He previously chaired the AIChE Career and Education Operating Council and the AIChE Student Chapter’s Committee.  His research interests include...Read more

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