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Lily Gossage

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Mrs. Gossage is the Research Associate for the Office of Engineering Educational Research & Assessment at California State University, Long Beach. Her responsibilities involve studying and evaluating academic trends and practices that hinder student success and timely graduation. She develops college- and institutional-level proposals to enhance student success. Her expertise involves the use of data query tools and data warehouses for tracking student performance and guiding academic planning and decision making. She assesses advising, career explorations and development, tutoring, mentoring, summer programs, and other student-related activities. Mrs. Gossage is the former Director of Engineering Recruitment and Retention for CSULB.


Education

  • Ph.D. Education (Higher Education), Walden University (expected 2013)
  • M.A. Cross-Cultural Teaching, National University (expected 2013)
  • M.Ed. Educational Management, University of La Verne (2004)
  • B.S. Medical Microbiology/Chemistry, California State University, Long Beach (1995)

Selected Publications

  • Gossage, L., Marayong, P., & Ramachandran, H. (2012, April). "On using ASEE PRISM articles in blending information literacy skills & project-based learning in a freshman engineering course model," 2012 American Society for Engineering Education PSW, San Luis Obispo, CA.
  • Gossage, L., Marayong, P., & Vu, K. (2012, June). "NASA Learning Experience for Elementary School Girls" - Offering professional development that incorporates an advocacy model for K-12 educators," Proceedings of the 2012 Women in Engineering ProActive Network Conference, Cleveland, OH.
  • Gossage, L. (2011, June). "A pilot study: On exploring Twitter as a data collection method for use in an ethnographic study of 40 young girls who aspire to become women engineers," Proceedings of the 2011 Women in Engineering ProActive Network Conference, Seattle, WA.
  • Gossage, L., Vu, K., Strybel, T., & Marayong, P. (2011, June). "Reaching for the stars: an effective women-in-engineering outreach collaborative involving engineering and liberal arts colleges," Proceedings of the 2011 Women in Engineering ProActive Network Conference, Seattle, WA.
  • Gossage, L. (2011, April). "On exploring the connection between Hispanic engineering students' educational goals and communal obligations for projects-based learning through community engagement," Proceedings of the 2011 American Society for Engineering Education PSW Conference, Fresno, CA.
  • Gossage, L. (2011, February). "The climate survey - at tool for inculcating institutional diversity," National Association of Multicultural Engineering Program Advocates Conference, San Antonio, TX.
  • Gossage, L. (2010, April). "Differences in the authentic writing style of female versus male engineering students," Proceedings of the 2010 National Association of Multicultural Engineering Program Advocates/ Women in Engineering ProActive Network Joint Conference, Baltimore, MD.
  • Gossage, L. (2010, October). "Reducing Plagiarism: a model for improving the authentic writing style of engineering students," CSULB Annual Assessment Showcase.
  • Gossage, L. (2009, June). "A four-year study of a female engineering outreach program - the influence of math ability on female students' career decisions for engineering," Proceedings of the 2009 Women Engineers ProActive Network Conference, Austin, TX.
  • Travis, T., Ramachandran, H., and Gossage, L. (2009, October). "Collaborative approach to curriculum design - assessing information literacy outcomes in the college of engineering," CSULB Annual Assessment Showcase, Long Beach, CA.
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