Engineering Technology Division Overview

The Engineering Technology Division (ETD) of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) has as its principal function the support of individual member interests related to engineering technology education. Its membership is composed of public and private two and four-year engineering technology educators from all over the world, as well as representatives from industries that employ engineering technology graduates. A number of engineering educators are also members.

ETD sponsors national and regional meetings, publishes a newsletter, promotes studies of engineering technology, and publishes a journal. The Engineering Technology Division acts as a general forum for the exchange of ideas pertinent to the disciplines, administration, and industrial interests in engineering technology education. It offers members an opportunity to become involved in up-to-date information exchange and personal contacts with others sharing similar interests.  You can join the Engineering Technology Division through the ASEE website ( as part of being an ASEE member.  In addition to becoming plugged into the ET community at a national level, your dues give you the following benefits.

ETD Membership Benefits

  1. Receive the Journal of Engineering Technology (JET)®. JET is a refereed journal published semi-annually by the Engineering Technology Division. The journal is one of the major publication venues of refereed scholarly works for engineering technology educators.
  2. Eligibility to participate in the annual Mini-Grant program,  which provides members of the division an opportunity for partial funding on projects that will benefit ETD or a segment of the engineering technology community.
  3. Have a voice in advancing engineering technology education through the Engineering Technology National Forum (ETNF).
  4. Opportunities to take a leadership role in advancing engineering technology education.
  5. Access to professional development opportunities for engineering technology faculty, staff, and administrators through conferences such as the Engineering Technology Leadership Institute (ETLI), the ASEE Conference on Industry and Education Collaboration (CIEC), and the ASEE National Conference.
  6. Network with peer engineering technology educators and sharing of best practices.
  7. Support the efforts of the Engineering Technology Division – the voice of engineering technology education.
2018 ASEE Conference, ETD Officers, Salt Lake City: (left to right) Kevin Cook, Clay Gloster, Susan Scachitti, Jay Porter, David Goodman, Scott Segalewitz, Robert Weissbach