“Towards a stronger covalent bond: pedagogical change for inclusivity and equity,” Milo Koretsky, Devlin Montfort, Susan Nolen, Michelle Bothwell, Susannah Davis and Jim Sweeney, Chemical Engineering Education, 52(2), 117-127 (2018).

“Towards Professional Practice: Student Learning through Participation in Engineering Clubs,” Christopher M. Hinkle and Milo D. Koretsky, European Journal of Engineering Education, 43 (2018).

“Engineering Students' Perceptions of Belonging Through the Lens of Social Identity,” A. Godbole, B. Miller, M. Bothwell, D. Montfort and S. Davis, 1st Annual Conference of the Collaborative Network for Engineering and Computing Diversity, ASEE (2018).

“Re-Situating the Professional Formation of Engineering Identity,” J. Sweeney, M. Koretsky, M. Bothwell, D. Montfort, S. Nolen, C. Kelly and S. Davis, Proceedings of the 2018 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition (2018).

“Work-In-Progress: Progress of the NSF RED Revolution,” S. Lord, J. London, N. Salzman, B. Sukumaran, T. Martin, A. Maciejewski, J. LeDoux and J. Sweeney, Proceedings of the 2018 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition (2018).  

“Developing an Integrated Curriculum-Wide Teamwork Instructional Strategy,” N. Mallette, C. Kelly and M. Bothwell, Proceedings of the 2018 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition (2018).

“Investigating Student Perceptions of an Engineering Department's Climate: The Role of Peer Relations,” S. Davis, N. Cheon, E. Moise and S. Nolen, Proceedings of the 2018 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition (2018).

“A curriculum-Wide Strategy for Student Teaming Skills Development in Engineering,” Mallette, N., Kelly, C., Bothwell, M. and Koretsky, M., AIChE Annual Conference. Pittsburgh, PA (2018).

“From Sage on the Stage to Guide by the Side: Design of Group Activities that Promote Meaningful, Consequential Learning,” Milo Koretsky and Susan Nolen, ASEE Summer School for Chemical Engineering Faculty. Raleigh, NC (2018).

“Investigating Factors Related to Disciplinary Identification and Persistence in Undergraduate Engineering Education,” S. Davis, E. Moise, N. Cheon and S. Nolen, 2018 American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. New York, NY (2018).

“Re-situating Engineering Education.M. Koretsky,” S. Nolen, M. Bothwell, S. Davis, D. Montfort and J. Sweeney,  2018 American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. New York, NY (2018).

“Revolutionizing Engineering Education at Oregon State University,” M. Koretsky, S. Nolen, M. Bothwell, C. Kelly, S. Davis, D. Montfort and J. Sweeney, 2018 AIChE Annual Conference. Pittsburgh, PA (2018).

“Transforming Undergraduate Chemical Engineering Education – A Report from NSF RED (Revolutionizing Engineering and Computer Science Departments) Projects,” A. Datye, M. Koretsky and S. Knisley, 2018 AIChE Annual Conference. Pittsburgh, PA (2018).

“Problems of Our Own Devising: Individuals' Challenges in Enacting Systemic Changes to Increase the Inclusivity of Engineering Department,” L. Colcer, C. Smith and D. Montfort, Proceedings of the 2017 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exposition (2017).  https://peer.asee.org/28758

“Talking about a Revolution: Overview of NSF RED Projects,” Susan M. Lord, Edward J. Berger, Nadia N. Kellam, Ella Lee Ingram, Donna M. Riley, Diane T. Rover, Noah Salzman, and James D. Sweeney (2017). Proceedings of the 2017 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exposition (2017).  https://peer.asee.org/28903

"Re-Situating the Professional Formation of Engineers at Oregon State University -- Invited Presentation in session ‘Diversity and Inclusion: Starting and Thriving in the Workplace’,” J. Sweeney, AIChE Annual Conference. Minneapolis, MN (2017).

“Student's Reflections on the Political, Social, and Ethical Dimensions of Science and Technology,” Miller, B., Godbole, A., Bothwell, M., Davis, S., and Montfort, D., Diversifying Scholarship Conference. University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA (2017).

“Re-Situating Community and Learning in an Engineering School,” Jim Sweeney, Milo Koretsky, Michelle Bothwell, Susan Nolen, and Devlin Montfort, Proceedings of the 2017 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition (2017). https://peer.asee.org/27753

“Motivating and Engaging Faculty in Cultural and Curricular Transformation of a Multidisciplinary Engineering School,” Jim Sweeney, Michelle Bothwell, Milo Koretsky, Susan Nolen, and Devlin Montfort, Proceedings of the 2017 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition (2017). https://peer.asee.org/28688

“Progressive Development of Students’ Capacities to Engage in Functional Teaming,” N. Mallette, M. Bothwell, C. Kelly, M. D. Koretsky, AIChE Fall Annual Meeting (2017).

“Re-Situating Learning and Shifting Culture in ChE at OSU”, Milo Koretsky, Susan Nolen, Jim Sweeney, Michelle Bothwell, Devlin Montfort and Susannah Davis, AIChE Fall Annual Meeting (2017).

“Back to the Future: Learning Chemical Engineering through Engagement in Disciplinary Practices,” (Invited), Milo D. Koretsky, 2017 ConocoPhillips Lectureship in Chemical Engineering Education and Plenary, ASEE Midwest Section Meeting (2017).

“Shifting Departmental Culture to Re-Situate Learning,” Milo Koretsky, Michelle Bothwell, Susan Nolen, Devlin Montfort, and Jim Sweeney, Proceedings of the 2016 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition (2016).

“Towards Inclusive Engineering Education and Practice: Examining Engineering Culture,” Beverly Miller, Veronica Capehart, Amy Jahr, Michelle Bothwell, Milo D. Koretsky, Devlin Montfort, Susan Nolen and Jim Sweeney, AIChE Fall Annual Meeting (2016).

“Re-Situating Learning at Oregon State,” Milo D. Koretsky, Michelle Bothwell, Susan Nolen, Devlin Montfort, and Jim Sweeney, AIChE Fall Annual Meeting (2016).

“Talking about a Revolution: Meaningful, Consequential Learning in Studio 2.0 at Oregon State,” (Invited), Milo D. Koretsky, AIChE Fall Annual Meeting (2016).

“Meaningful, Consequential Learning Using Studios in Large Enrollment Classes,” Milo D. Koretsky, Adam Z. Higgins, Philip H. Harding, and Susan Nolen, AIChE Fall Annual Meeting (2016).

“Re-Situating Student Learning in Chemical, Bio- and Environmental Engineering - A Revolution at Oregon State University,” Sweeney, J.D., Bothwell, M., Koretsky, M.D., Montfort, D. and Nolen, S., EnFUSE Symposium, Washington DC (2016).

“Professional Formation of Engineers: Revolution at OSU,” Milo D. Koretsky, Michelle Bothwell, Devlin Montfort, Susan Nolen and Jim Sweeney, AIChE Fall Annual Meeting (2015).