Time-Dependent Behavior
This paper is a report of the material presented at the International Workshop on Finite Element Analysis of Reinforced Concrete, Session 4 - Time Dependent Behavior, held at Columbia...

Harry Seed, Liquefaction & the Gravel Drain
The late Professor Seed of the University of California at Berkeley established criteria for gravel drain design in a 1977 ASCE paper. Without historical proof for its viability in a real...

Conference Dedication to Jerome M. Raphael

A Novel University-Industry-Government Partnership
The Ohio Aerospace Institute (OAI) is a Consortium of nine universities in Ohio, the NASA Lewis Research Center (LeRC) in Cleveland, the Wright Laboratory (WL) at the Wright Patterson...

Radioactive Waste Management—An Educational Challenge
University Radioactive Waste Management educational programs are being actively advanced by the educational support activities of the Offices of Civilian Radioactive Waste Management (OCRWM)...

Survey of Civil Engineering Education—1989

Survey of Civil Engineering Technology Programs

Integrated Surveying Engineering Education—New England

The Role of Practitioners in Engineering Education

The Faculty Advisor of an ASCE Student Chapter

Quality and Needs of Civil Engineering Education

Effective Evaluation of Teaching Quality

Telecommunications in Civil Engineering Education

Industry-Sponsored Continuing Education for Faculty

Consulting Reports as Refereed Publications

Introducing Civil Engineering in Space Into Our Curriculum?

Creative Connections: Bridges as Art
Princeton University professor of civil engineering David P. Billington, at the invitation of civil engineering professors at Tokyo University, tours Japan and critiques several of the...

New Interdisciplinary Engineering Design Course in Planetary Materials and Resource Utilization
A new senior/graduate-level course addressing topics of planetary materials and resource utilization was given at Michigan Technological University in the spring of '89. The...

Designed Experiments: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Space Education
The challenge of space is forcing engineering faculties to re-examine their roles in preparing college graduates to contribute to the space exploration and colonization effort. One of...

Influence of International Students on the U.S. Educational System and Professional Practice
If the U.S. will continue to be a leader in the technological world of the 21st century, it must create a new generation of American engineers with an understanding of the world, its people...





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