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A Broader View of Computer Aided Design: A Novel Course Coupling Art, Communication and Engineering
A novel course is described which brings together faculty and students from Engineering, Communication and Art Departments. Students are introduced to a sophisticated computer art program,...

Coastal Zone Planning
The first objective of this methodology is to provide a feasible and practical tool to identify the potentialities of the coastal zone. The coastal environment constitutes a fragile, little...

The Implementation of Open System Computing for Centralized and Departmental Requirements in a University Environment
Brigham Young University, and the College of Engineering and Technology in particular, have implemented an open, shared resource computing environment allowing the interconnection of personal...

Report on the International Space UniversityTM 1988 Summer Session and Lunar Design Project
This paper describes the 1988 Summer Session of the International Space University (ISU) and the International Lunar Initiative (ILI) Design Project, taking place for nine weeks in the...

Critical Issues in Highway Engineering Education
The four critical issues addressed are: Recruitment/retention of faculty; Deteriorating laboratory equipment; Undergraduate student enrollment-quantity and quality and Graduate student...

Evaluation of a Pump-Storage Hydropower Facility
This paper summarizes the findings of the evaluations conducted by faculty of the University of Missouri and outside consultants regarding the downstream effects of Harry S. Truman Dam...

Interactive CAL Modules for Mechanics of Solids
Traditionally the basic engineering course in 'Mechanics of Solids' has proven to be a challenge to both the students and faculty, for although the fundamental...

Should All Civil Engineering Faculty Have Ph.D.s?

Professional Responsibility of Engineering Taught by Simulation

A Case Study in Educator-Practitioner Interaction

The Status of Minorities and Females in Engineering Education

Educator-Practitioner Interaction at an Urban University

Challenges to Civil Engineering Educators and Practitioners—Where Should We Be Going?
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:...

Understanding Land and Water Resource Systems Aided by Graphics on Microcomputers
The inadequate appreciation of relations between causes of contamination and their occurrence applies to professional as well as lay individuals. Therefore, a great deal of effort is invested...

Richart Commemorative Lectures
The geotechnical specialty known as soil dynamics has developed during the past 25 years from a minor role to a mainstream discipline. Professor F. E. Richart has played a major role in...

A Human Resource - The Older Professor: How to Use Him Effectively

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