ACCE - Industry Advisory Board Event

Wednesday, February 19 2020, 8:00 AM - 9:30 PM [EST]

245 Water Street, Jacksonville, FL, 32202, United States

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Event Information

Wednesday, February 19 2020, 8:00 AM - 9:30 PM [EST]

About the Event

Program Agenda

8:00 am – 4:30 pm                

·      Industry Association Support & Involvement with Construction Education

·      Faculty Development via Industry Internships

·      The ACCE Accreditation Process – Preparing for a Visit & “Lessons Learned”

·      Student Learning Outcome (SLO) 9: Meeting the Standard for Multidisciplinary Teams

·      Lunch/Networking

·      The Emergence & Importance of Program Leadership in Assessment & Accreditation

·      Building Successful, Integrated & Beneficial Relationships with Industry 

·      Industry Involvement in Developing Relationships w/International Partner Institutions

·      Roundtable Discussions: ACCE Industry Caucus

 

 

5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

·      ACCE Mid-Year Meeting Networking/Welcome Reception at the Omni Hotel

 

6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

·      Dinner with ACCE Leadership and Program Chairs at River City Brewing!

 

 

 

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About the Organizer

The only event of its kind, ACCE's IAB Event is a "must attend" program for Advisory Board Members and Program Chairs. ? Whether you belong to a long-standing IAB, or are in the early stages of pursuing accreditation, attend this event to share and compare what has been most successful for Industry Advisory Boards and Construction Programs across the U.S.

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Event Speakers

Audrey Cross
Assistant Professor of Construction Management

Mag Malek
Chair, Professor - University of North Florida, Construction Management

John Schaufelberger
University of Washington; Chair of ACCE Board of Trustees

Robert Ries
University of Florida, AGC Education & Research Foundation

Greg Zick
National Association of Home Builders

Dan Belcher
National Center for Construction Education and Research

Charlie McIntyre
Program Director, Construction Engineering Management Technology, IUPUI

Theresa Martin
Purdue University

Richard Burt
Auburn University

Drew Yantis
Holder Construction

Charlie Roesset
Simpson Strong-Tie, Vice Chair of ACCE Board of Trustees

Event Sponsors

Event Schedule

  • February 19, 2020
08:15 AM
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09:15 AM

Industry Association Involvement and Support of Construction Management Education

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• Learn how ACCE Association Members Support the Career Pathways through Student Chapters • Available Partnering Opportunities for Construction Education Programs, Research Activity, Financial Support, Awards & Scholarships

Greg Zick

Dan Belcher

09:15 AM
to
10:00 AM

Faculty Development – Industry Internships

$0.00

This session panel will highlight the need for faculty members to remain current regarding industry practices. Two examples of faculty internships will be described, including “lessons learned” from both faculty and industry participants. The benefits of faculty internships extend beyond the normal parameters of faculty development, enabling academics to be more effective and relevant in the classroom.

John Schaufelberger

Robert Ries

10:00 AM
to
10:45 AM

The ACCE Accreditation Process – Preparing for a Visit & “Lessons Learned”

$0.00

The Construction Management program at IUPUI recently completed a successful ACCE Self-Study and accreditation visit. The objective of this presentation is to provide the “lessons learned” concerning: Development of the Self-Study; Preparation for and communication with the visiting team prior to the site visit; and Discussions, negotiations, and actions taken during the site visit. Opportunities for audience interaction and discussion will be provided.

Charlie McIntyre

11:00 AM
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11:45 AM

Student Learning Outcome (SLO) 9: Meeting the Standard for Multidisciplinary Teams

$0.00

This session will present one method for the successful assessment of SLO 9 - Apply construction management skills as a member of a multi-disciplinary team. This is a proven method for measuring the management skills of individuals within a team construct.

Charlie McIntyre

01:15 PM
to
02:00 PM

The Emergence and Importance of Program Leadership in Assessment & Accreditation

$0.00

With the importance of industry-specific accreditations on a college graduate’s resumé, more universities are looking for ways to assist in the success of their graduates’ education and careers by gaining program accreditations. No small part of the accreditation process involves aligning academic programs with industries and professionals. Theresa manages and coordinates assessment activities across 11 programs and 4 industry-specific accrediting organizations to ensure that all Purdue accreditations remain in good standing.

Theresa Martin

02:00 PM
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02:45 PM

Building Successful Relationships with Industry: The Impacts & Benefits of Strong Industry Integration

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The success of ACCE-Accredited Construction Management programs is a result of the confluence of professional preparation, a vision of excellence, and a construction education philosophy focused on real world engagement. The partnership forged with industry through the Advisory Committee is a key factor in fulfilling this mission. This session will detail the opportunities to network, conduct community service, and aide in students’ successful entry into the workforce. The presentation will define the impact, purpose, and blueprint of a thriving Advisory Board. Individual Mentoring, Course Content, and Diversity & Inclusion strategies will be discussed. The goal will be to provide participants with a working structure for implementing strong and effective industry integration within their respective programs.

03:00 PM
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03:30 PM

Industry Involvement Instrumental in Developing Relationships with International Partner Institutions

$0.00

This presentation will outline how the relationship between Beijing University & Auburn University (BSCI) has developed over time, the important role members of the BSCI IAC played in supporting this relationship, how this relationship has provided study abroad opportunities for BSCI students and research opportunities for BSCI faculty. The presentation will also provide an overview of the accreditation process in China and industry’s role in that process.

Richard Burt

Drew Yantis

03:30 PM
to
04:15 PM

Round Table Discussions: ACCE Industry Caucus

$0.00

Joy Svoboda

Charlie Roesset

05:30 PM
to
06:30 AM

Welcome to ACCE! Networking & Reception

$0.00

Omni Hotel, Jacksonville, Fl

06:30 PM
to
09:30 PM
Track : Dinner at River City Brewing

Industry Advisory Board Dinner & Networking

835 Museum Circle Jacksonville, Florida 32207

River City Brewing Company, Jacksonville, FL