Professor (retired), McNeese State University
Carol Schulte is retired from McNeese State University, where she taught courses in process plant technology, a chemical engineering technology program. She earned her BSChE degree at Wayne State University in Detroit. Shulte also has an M.S. in chemistry and an M.E.M. from Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas. Also at Lamar, she received her DE in industrial engineering. She has worked in industry for companies such as DuPont, PPG, and Condea Vista. Schulte is currently a member of the AIChE Education and Accreditation Committee and leads the Engineering Technology Education Subcommittee. She is an ETAC evaluator for AIChE and IISE and has been an ETAC Commissioner representing AIChE. She is currently a member of the ETAC Executive Committee. She has served as chair of the ETAC Quality Committee and is currently the chair of the ETAC Training Committee.
What are “appropriate, documented” processes? How many data are “enough”? Why can averaging be ineffective? All Symposium attendees, especially those who are either institutional representatives or ABET Program Evaluators, are cordially invited to join members of ABET’s Accreditation Council Training Committee in a conversation addressing some of the questions and misconceptions that arise regarding Criterion […]