GEC Project - Acknowledgments

The Global Engineering Competency (GEC) project aims to help technical professionals learn to more effectively span cultural boundaries. At the heart of this project is a collection of 70+ global engineering work scenarios designed for instruction and assessment. The materials on this web site, and particularly the scenarios, were developed by a large team. Here we offer special thanks to a group of contributors who were involved with writing, reviewing, and revising the 70+ scenarios and associated response options, as well as individuals who co-authored papers listed in our Resource Guide.


Brent K. Jesiek, Ph.D., Engineering Education and Electrical and Computer Engineering, Purdue University
Sang Eun Woo, Ph.D., Psychological Sciences, Purdue University


Cade Barella Brad Barnett Natasha Buswell Aristides Carrillo Fernandez
Neha Choudhary Rudie Desravines Cooper Dixon Gabe Elkin
Tiago Forin Yating Haller Dasol Kim Joan Kim
Hwayeon Lee Seoyeon Lim Joe J.J. Lin Andrea Mazzurco
Ann Park Scott Parrigon Mary Pilotte Caitlin Porter
Kavitha Ramane Capucine Reutenauer Michael Sikorski Julia Thompson
Dana Tomeh Elizabeth Trancik Xiuli Wang Chelsea Weber
Kurt Williams Yusuke Yamamoto Qin Zhu  


This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Nos. 1160455 and 1254323. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation. We also acknowledge support for this work from Purdue's Center for Intercultural Learning, Mentorship, Assessment and Research (CILMAR).