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Past Programs

Past Programs

ECEDHA hosts several programs throughout the year including the highly anticipated ECEDHA Annual Conference and a variety of special meetings and workshops.

Year Program Date Venue Location
2019 Annual Conference March 22-26, 2019 Hilton El Conquistador Tucson Tucson, Arizona
2018 Annual Conference March 16-20, 2018 Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel & Spa Monterey, California
2017 Annual Conference March 17-21, 2017 Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa Miramar Beach, Florida
2016 Workshop on the Strategic Shaping of ECE: Vision, Branding, and Advocacy January 20-21, 2016 Atlanta, Georgia
2016 Annual Conference March 18-22, 2016 Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines La Jolla, California
2015 Annual Conference March 13-17, 2015 Westin Hilton Head Island Resort & Spa Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
2014 Annual Conference March 21-25, 2014 The Meritage Resort and Spa Napa, California
2013 Annual Conference March 22-26, 2013 Buena Vista Palace Orlando, Florida
2012 Annual Conference March 23-27, 2012 AT&T Conference Center, University of Texas at Austin Austin, Texas
2011 Annual Conference March 11-15, 2011 Tapatio Cliffs Resort Phoenix, Arizona
2011 ECEDHA Summer Program July 9-12, 2011 Atlanta, Georgia
2010 Annual Conference March 12-16, 2010 Sheraton Sand Key Resort Clearwater Beach, Florida
2010 ECEDHA Energy and Power Educational Programs Development Workshop October 30-November 2, 2010 Arlington, Virginia
2009 Annual Conference March 20-24, 2009 Omni Royal Orleans Hotel New Orleans, Louisiana
2008 Globalization Effects on ECE Education for the Engineering Profession February 4-5, 2008 Santa Clara, California
2008 Annual Conference March 14-18, 2008 Loews Coronado Bay Resort San Diego, California
2007 Annual Conference March 16-20, 2007 Renaissance Resort St. Augustine, Florida
2006 Annual Conference March 10-14, 2006 Turtle Bay Resort Oahu, Hawaii
2005 Annual Conference March 18-22, 2005 Omni Royal Orleans New Orleans, Louisiana
2005 The Impact of Globalization on ECE Curricula of the Future November 13-15, 2005 Washington, DC
2004 Annual Conference March 19-23, 2004 Renaissance Orlando Resort Orlando, Florida
2003 Nanoengineering Education January 27-28, 2003 Santa Clara, California
2003 Annual Conference March 14-18, 2003 Turtle Bay Resort, Oahu, Hawaii
2003 Agents of Change: Achieving Diversity in Electrical and Computer Engineering Research and Education June 17-18, 2003 Arlington, Virginia
2002 Annual Conference March 15-19, 2002 Hutchinson Island Marriott Stuart, Florida
2001 Annual Conference March 16-20, 2001 San Diego, California
2000 Annual Conference March 17-21, 2000 New Orleans, Louisiana
1999 Annual Conference March 5-9, 1999 Destin, Florida
1998 Annual Conference March 13-17, 1998 Oahu, Hawaii
1997 Annual Conference March 14-18, 1997 Orlando, Florida
1996 Annual Conference March 22-26, 1996 San Diego, California
1995 Annual Conference March 24-28, 1995 Nashville, Tennessee
1994 Annual Conference March 11-15, 1994 Hilton Head, South Carolina
1993 Annual Conference March 19-23, 1993 Monterey, California
1992 Annual Conference March 20-24, 1992 Kona, Hawaii
1991 Annual Conference March 15-18, 1991 Scottsdale, Arizona
1990 Annual Conference March 9-13, 1990 San Juan, Puerto Rico
1989 Annual Conference March 19-21, 1989 San Diego, California
1988 Annual Conference March 6-8, 1988 Orlando, Florida
1987 Annual Conference March 15-17, 1987 Monterey, California
1986 Annual Conference March 12-14, 1986 Hilton Head, South Carolina
1985 Annual Conference March 28-29, 1985 Hilton Head, South Carolina


Other ECEDHA Meetings

Prior to 1985, meetings of ECEDHA (under its earlier names NEEDHA, AEEDH, or EEDHA) were held at meetings of the American Society for Engineering Education or at the Frontiers in Education conference or at INTERCON. A partial list follows; careful records of some of the earlier meetings either were not kept or at least do not seem available today. After 1984, such meetings continued, although attendance at them declined to such an extent that they were discontinued in 1994. After 1994, informal dinners including ECEDHA members have been held at some of the ASEE and FIE conferences.

  • Philadelphia, PA, June 20, 1963; with ASEE; attendance 47 (organizational meeting)
  • Orono, ME, June 25, 1964; with ASEE; attendance 58
  • East Lansing, MI, June, 1967; with ASEE
  • Lubbock, TX, June 22, 1972, with ASEE
  • Ames, IA, June 28, 1973, with ASEE; attendance 80
  • New York, NY, March 25, 1974; with INTERCON; attendance 25
  • Troy, NY, June 20, 1974; with ASEE; attendance 24
  • New York, NY, April 7, 1975; with INTERCON; attendance 29
  • Fort Collins, CO; June 18, 1975; with ASEE; attendance 60
  • Atlanta, GA; October 21, 1975; with FIE; attendance 36
  • Knoxville, TN; June 16, 1976; with FIE; attendance 63
  • Tucson, AZ; October 25, 1976; with FIE; attendance 27
  • Grand Forks, ND; June 29, 1977; with ASEE; attendance 57
  • Champaign, IL; October 23, 1977; with FIE; attendance 28
  • Vancouver, BC; June 19, 1978; with ASEE; attendance 43
  • Orlando, FL; October 23, 1978; with FIE; attendance 41
  • Baton Rouge, LA; June 27, 1979; with ASEE
  • Niagara Falls, NY
  • Amherst, MA; June 25, 1980; attendance 28
  • Los Angeles, CA; June 24, 1981; with ASEE; attendance 58
  • College Station, TX
  • Columbia, SC; October 18, 1982; with FIE; attendance 39
  • Rochester, NY; June 22, 1983; with ASEE; attendance 45
  • Worcester, MA; October 17, 1983; with FIE
  • Philadelphia, PA; October 3, 1984; with FIE; attendance 37
  • Atlanta, GA; June 19, 1985; with ASEE; attendance 62
  • Golden, CO; October 21, 1985; with FIE; attendance 41
  • Cincinnati, OH; June 25, 1986; with ASEE; attendance 52
  • Arlington, TX; October 14, 1986; with FIE; attendance 40
  • Reno, NV; June 24, 1987; with ASEE; attendance 57
  • Portland, OR; June 22, 1988; with ASEE
  • Lincoln, NE; June 28, 1989; with ASEE
  • Toronto, ON; June 26, 1990; with ASEE; attendance 41
  • New Orleans, LA; June 18, 1991; with ASEE; attendance 30
  • Toledo, OH; June 23, 1992; with ASEE
  • Champaign, IL; June 22, 1993; with ASEE

Most of this historical information is from the NEEDHA History or from various department headquarters files. The author is indebted to Billie J. Ball for some of the information for the early years (private communication, October 28, 1997).