Challenges to Civil Engineering Educators and Practitioners—Where Should We Be Going?by George K. Wadlin, Jr., (F.ASCE), Administrator, Education Services; American Society of Civil Engineers, 345 East 47th St., New York, N.Y. 10017,
American Society of Civil Engineers, New York, NY
978-0-87262-436-8 (ISBN-13) | 0-87262-436-6 (ISBN-10), 1985, Soft Cover, Pg. 564
DataNotAvailable, ASCE ISBN:0-87262-436-5; 2 volumes
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Conference information: Conference on Civil Engineering Education | Ohio State University, Ohio, United States | Apr-85
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Abstract: The papers included in this publication present an overview of the current state of civil engineering education and resolutions for future development in the field. Six key areas are covered: (1) Human resources, including both faculty and students, with discussions on women and minorities in the field; (2) financial resources for program development as well as physical facilities; (3) program models for communications, professionalism, technical areas, and special developments; (4) quality control for student recruitment, teaching methods and curricula; (5) application of microcomputers and other high technology in civil engineering education; and (6) education/practice interchange. These topics are addressed in the form of case reports, theoretical discussions, and reviews and summaries of surveys.
Subject Headings: Engineering education | Personnel management | Students | Publications | Engineering profession | Faculty | Women | Financial management
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