In June 2009, the NAE Center for the Advancement of Scholarship on Engineering Education (CASEE),
with support from the National Science Foundation, hosted a two-day workshop
on Developing Engineering Faculty as Leaders of Academic Change. The aim of the meeting was to
invite engineering faculty with proven experience in the design, implementation, and institutionalization of
educational experiences (a) to share their lessons learned, (b) to identify the key knowledge, skills, and
abilities (KSAs) that other would-be change leaders need to develop, and (c) to provide their guidance on
how such KSAs might be most effectively transmitted to others.