The Christian Engineering Conference is currently held every two years (see the Conferences & Events page for details). This page archives the proceedings of the conference (at the bottom of the page).
The event was named the Christian Engineering Education Conference (CEEC) until 2011, when it was renamed to indicate a broader audience (not solely educators).
The twelfth Christian Engineering Conference will be held June 28-39, 2017 at Cedarville University. The steering committee includes:
Ted Song hosted an informal Christian Engineers dinner on June 27, 2016 in New Orleans, LA.
The eleventh Christian Engineering Conference was held June 17-19, 2015 at Seattle Pacific University. The conference committee was:
We had two guest speakers this year, both from Washington State. Tom Lyster was our keynote speaker. Tom gave an inspiring account of how he played a key role in developing the first AEDs (automated external cardiac defibrillator) which are now commonplace but were quite a challenge to develop and commercialize. Philip Marston shared his sought-after presentation on the faith of James Clerk Maxwell.
Steve Frezza hosted an informal Christian Engineers dinner on the evening of June 16, 2014 in Indianapolis, IN.
The tenth Christian Engineering Conference was held on June 26-28, 2013 in Atlanta, Georgia on the campus of Georgia Institute of Technology. The CEC 2013 organizing committee members were:
A dinner meeting was held in San Antonio on Monday, 11 June 2012. The steering committee for the dinner was:
The ninth Christian Engineering Education Conference 2011 was held on June 29 to July 1, 2011 in Vancouver, BC, Canada on the campus of Trinity Western University. The CEEC 2011 organizing committee members were:
2010 Dinner in Louisville
Matthew Green hosted an informal Christian Engineers dinner on the evening of June 23, 2010 in Louisville, Kentucky.
The eighth conference, 2009 CEEC was held at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. The 2009 CEEC organizing committee members were:
The seventh conference, 2008 CEEC was held at Geneva College in Beaver Falls, PA. The 2008 CEEC organizing committee members were:
A dinner meeting was held during ASEE in Honolulu, Hawaii the evening of June 25, 2007, organized by Melani Plett of Seattle Pacific University.
The sixth conference, 2006 CEEC was held in Bourbonnais, Illinois on the campus of Olivet Nazarene University. The keynote speaker was Peter J Bosscher, University of Wisconsin-Madison, on "Engineering for Shalom".
A dinner meeting was held during ASEE in Portland the evening of June 15, 2005. Our friends at George Fox University hosted the dinner.
The fifth conference, 2004 CEEC was held in Salt Lake City, Utah on June 23-25, 2004 at Westminster College. The organizing committee members were:
A CEEC dinner meeting (underwritten in part by a Baylor University Lilly grant) was held on June 24, 2003 in Nashville, Tennesee during the ASEE conference. More than 30 people attended! Praise God for blessing us with so many committed, Christian engineers. The meeting was organized by Steve VanderLeest and Jim Farison.
The fourth conference, 2002 CEEC was held in Montreal, Quebec, Canada on June 19-21, 2002 at the Presbyterian College of Montreal. The organizing committee members were:
The third conference, 1999 CEEC was held June 23-25, 1999 at the Jungle Aviation and Radio Service (JAARS) facility of Wycliffe Bible Translators in Waxhaw, North Carolina. The keynote speaker was Harold Heie, Director of the Center for Christian Studies, Gordon College. The organizing committee members were:
A CEEC dinner meeting was hosted by Seattle Pacific University on their campus in June, 1998, organized by Don Peter.
An information meeting about CEEC was held during ASEE in Milwaukee in June, 1997, organized by Steve VanderLeest.
The second conference, was held in 1996 at Messiah College, in Grantham, Pennsylvania. Read the keynote speech given by Gaylen Byker, "The Compleat Ingineer".
The first CEEC was held in 1992 at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The conference was envisioned by Dr. James Bosscher. The keynote speaker was Ed Prince. The organizing committee members were: