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postmessage_60831″> This paper describes a new program recently introduced to the undergraduate electrical engineering curriculum at Lamar University that allows for early engagement of fundamentals in
the freshman introductory course. The department initially instituted the Infinity Project curriculum developed by Southern Methodist University (SMU), but discovered that the program  was skewed towards digital signal processing. Our new program complements and subsidizes the
Infinity curriculum with laboratory exercises using the National Instruments ELVIS system that introduce the student to four fundamental areas of Electrical Engineering: logic, RLC networks, amplification and electromagnetics. The purpose of this course is to effect early engagement of students into the field to enhance both recruitment and retention. Results of student satisfaction surveys as well as faculty and lab assistant experience are reported.
Introduction
The State of Texas commissioned a statewide study for higher education, public colleges anduniversities titled Closing the Gaps by 2015 (adopted in October 2000 by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board)1. The plan, which is directed at closing educational gaps within Texas, as well as between Texas and other states, has four goals: to close the gaps in student participation, student success, excellence, and research. The plan includes strategies for reaching each of the goals and an annual performance measuring system. One outcome of this plan was a demonstrated need for engineering education and an outcome of this was the creation of the nonprofit membership organization known as the Texas Engineering and Technical Consortium (TETC). The purpose of TETC is to increase the number of engineering and computer science graduates from Texas institutions of higher education; and increase collaborative efforts between Texas universities, engineering and computer science departments, and private companies. A primary vehicle of this purpose is the awarding of grants for projects to strengthen instruction in Proceedings of the 2004 ASEE Gulf-Southwest Annual Conference Texas Tech University
Copyright . 2004, American Society for Engineering Education engineering and computer science and to institute recruitment, development, and retention programs for students in these programs.
In April of 2002 the Lamar University Department of Electrical Engineering was awarded a TETC grant titled Launching the Texas Engineering Education Pipeline: Deploying The Infinity Project Statewide. This grant enabled the department to join ten other universities (Baylor, Prairie View A&M, Rice, Southern Methodist, St. Mary’s, Texas A&M, University of Texas at
Arlington, Austin, El Paso and San Antonio) in a consortium to implement various aspects of the Infinity Project2, a program developed to generate interest in K-12 and early college students in math and science-based engineering and technology. The project is an educationinitiative that helps educators deliver a maximum of engineering exposure with a minimum of training, expense and time. A key element of the Infinity Project is the use of Digital Signal Processing (DSP) hardware and a graphical software development system in a hands-on lab environment. The sophistication of the software allows high school and freshmen university level students a hands-on opportunity to perform engineering design and experimentation on high-tech topics including the Internet, wireless communications, digital imaging, and music and audio processing. At Lamar,we elected to implement the Infinity Project as a freshman introduction to electrical engineering course. ELEN1200 Introduction to Electrical Engineering The College of Engineering at Lamar University began offering four-year engineering programs in 1951. The programs have never been very large and Lamar prides itself on small student to
faculty ratios and an emphasis on undergraduate teaching excellence in spite of the fact that it is a public institution with a robust engineering graduate program. One general aspect of many small engineering programs is the reliance on a central engineering core curriculum that all
engineering students undergo. This strategy allows for efficiencies and guarantees minimum enrollments as well as consistent faculty workload across all departments in the college. Up until 2001, all engineering freshmen at Lamar were required to enroll in ENGR1101 Introduction to
Engineering; a one-credit seminar type course intended to introduce the students to engineering in general and to survey the various engineering disciplines available in the college. After being  awarded the TETC grant, Lamar Electrical Engineering was able to develop a separate course for
pre-EE freshmen, ELEN1200 Introduction to Electrical Engineering based on the Infinity Project curriculum. ELEN1200 is a two-credit lab/lecture course that meets twice weekly–a one-hour lecture session followed by a three-hour lab. The laboratory is critical to the course and involves a set of welldesigned experiments intended to introduce the student to major aspects of electrical engineering study. One mechanism for this is the use of the Hyperception Visual Application Builder (VAB)
software. The VAB uses a methodology of developing DSP algorithms and systems graphically by simply connecting functional components together with a mouse. A user only needs to choose the desired functions, place them onto a worksheet, select their parameters interactively, and
describe their data flow using line connections. An illustration of this is shown in Figure 1. The Infinity Project lab experiments are all available on-line and include VAB worksheets that can be
downloaded directly into the lab workstation. The DSP hardware is supplied by Texas Proceedings of the 2004 ASEE Gulf-Southwest Annual Conference
Texas Tech University Copyright . 2004, American Society for Engineering Education



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