The Making of a Pro—A Faculty Viewpoint
The making of engineering professionals requires a new dimension in educational programs to produce graduates competent and technically literate enough to practice on the highest level,...

An Educator-Practitioner Interaction Program
The teachers in engineering colleges and universities should possess some practical design experience on a continuing basis so that they are cognizant of the real-world, day-to-day engineering...

ASCE and Graduate Students: Faculty Advisor's Opinion
The future generations of ASCE leadership are now enrolled in our graduate schools. It is essential that ASCE establish a viable bond with this group of embryo professionals. This union...

Collective Bargaining on the Campus
Unionizing of university faculties, with consequent adversary bargaining, is a live trend, with NLRB recently assuming jurisdiction. The Manhattan College case is detailed. Engineering...

Engineering Education and a Professional Ethic
Science and technology offer endless possibilities for solving our unmet human and social needs. But for the engineers to play his part in these accomplishments he will have to change....

Engineering Registration - License For What?
The development of engineering registration in the United States was sponsored and worked for by the ASCE. However, the situation has changed. In selecting a young engineering graduate...

Continuing Education - Whose Responsibility
The rapid and recent advancements in engineering technology clearly indicate that there is a positive need for many forms of continuing education to serve a wide variety of groups and...

The Philosophy of Geometronics
The solution to surveying education depends on the needs and conditions at each school. The philosophy of Geometronics requires a professional attitude by faculty and student. It emphasizes...

Analysis of Construction Education Survey
An examination of the survey of construction education reported by the American Society of Engineering Education and the Associated General Contractors of America reveals a lack of certainty...

Pity the Poor Professors? - Or Propagate Them!
A commentary on the increasing need for engineering faculty members in American colleges....

Sanitary Engineering Education: ICA Assistance in Peru
The Department of Sanitary Engineering, School of Public Health, University of North Carolina has, under the sponsorship of the International Cooperation Administration, an agency of the...

 

 

 

 

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