Can Accreditation Help Engineering Schools Develop Leadership Skills?

Originally delivered Jun 5, 2010
Source: AIChE
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Top educators in the chemical engineering field will discuss how leadership development is addressed through the ChE undergraduate and graduate curriculum and experience. The panelists will discuss strategies for developing engineers into leaders, how these strategies can be improved and more widely used, and how industry and volunteer organizations can both help to develop our future leaders during their formal education and learn to tap into those educational experiences to further develop industry and academic leaders as they begin their careers.


John Prados

Dr. John W. Prados, is Vice President and University Professor Emeritus at the University of Tennessee, where he served for more than 50 years. A consultant for industry, government, and education, he was also Senior Education Associate in the NSF Engineering Directorate. He has served as Engineering Accreditation Commission Chair and President of ABET; Treasurer and Director of AIChE; and editor of the Journal of Engineering Education . He is a fellow of ABET, AIChE, and ASEE and a Registered Professional Engineer (retired) in Tennessee.Read more



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