Construction Education

  1. An Alternative Delivery Method for Service-Learning Projects in Construction Management – Alan D. Bond
  2. Demographic Challenges Ahead for Construction Education – C. Ben Farrow
  3. Construction Students’ Perceptions on a Studio-based Model, A Case Study – Philip Barlow, Saeed Rokooei
  4. Teaching Construction Planning and Scheduling: Why, What, When, and How. – Ihab Mohammad Hamdi Saad
  5. Design and Student Perceptions of a Graduate Course on Managing Risk in Construction – Clifton B. Farnsworth
  6. Insights into Education System for Sustainable Development: The case of UCEM, UK – Renuka Thakore, Aled Williams
  7. Integrating Social Media Platforms in Construction Education to Increase Student Engagement – Piyush Pradhananga, Mohamed ElZomor, Arif Mohaimin Sadri, Nipesh Pradhananga
  8. Exploratory Study of MBAs With a Technical Specializations in Construction and Project Management – Sherif Attallah, James Jones, Mathew Simpson
  9. Active Learning Techniques in Understanding Risk Associated with Planning – Lee Templin, Richard Miller
  10. Trends Associated with ASC Annual Conference Proceedings from 2004-2019 – Clifton B. Farnsworth, Evan D. Bingham, James P. Smith
  11. The Development of a Required Service Learning Course: Stakeholders’ Perceptions and Lessons Learned – Lauren W. Redden, Robert A. Bugg
  12. Student Learning Assessment from a Virtual Field Trip – Amna Salman
  13. Effects of Virtual Reality on Student Learning in Materials and Methods Course – Jason Lucas, Dhaval Gajjar
  14. Psychological Influence on Safety Culture in the Construction Industry: A Pedagogical Framework for Safety Training Application – Amelia D. Saul, Syed M. Ahmed, Mostafa Namian
  15. Development of the BIM Body of Knowledge (BOK) Task Definitions and KSAs for Academic Practice – Glenda Mayo, Tamera McCuen, John Hannon, Deke Smith
  16. Relative Trends Associated with the International Journal of Construction Education and Research – Clifton B. Farnsworth, Evan D. Bingham, James P. Smith
  17. Disaster Preparedness Education: Construction Curriculum Requirements to Increase Students’ Preparedness in Pre- and Post-Disaster Activities – Thahomina Jahan Nipa, Sharareh Kermanshachi, Mohammadsoroush Tafazzoli
  18. Multi-disciplinary Teams – the Continuing Challenge to Collaborate in the Classroom – James P. Smith, Evan Bingham, Clifton Farnsworth
  19. Case Study: Constructivist Learning Following an Interdisciplinary Studio for an NGO – Joseph P. Cleary, Gregory F. Starzyk
  20. Initial Student Perception of the Benefits of Participation on an International ASC Competition Team – Heather Yates, Blake Wentz, Sreemala DasMajumder
  21. Graduate Construction Management Education: A Senior-level, Industry-Based Delphi Study –  Ravi Teja Pathuri, John Killingsworth, Chris Harper
  22. Soft Skills for Hard Hats; a Development Program for an On-Line, Multi-Lingual, Training Program for Construction Supervisors – Bradley Benhart, Stephen Austin, A. Bogdanovic, Janet Campbell, Andy Reid
  23. Leveraging Construction Higher Education to Expose a Broader Audience of Public School Students to the Construction Industry in the United States – Ben F. Bigelow, Anthony Perrenoud