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What is ENGAGE: Engaging Students in Engineering?

ENGAGE is an Extension Services project funded by the National Science Foundation. Extension Services projects are modeled after the Cooperative Extension Service in Land Grant Institutions and are intended to extend proven, research-based strategies into STEM education.

The overarching goal of ENGAGE is to increase the capacity of engineering schools to retain undergraduate students by facilitating the implementation of three research-based strategies to improve student day-to-day classroom and educational experience. Starting in 2010, teams from 72 engineering schools have been working to implement ENGAGE strategies which include:

1. Integrating into coursework, everyday examples in engineering (E3s) 

2. Improving student spatial visualization skills

3. Improving and increasing faculty-student interaction

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