The Changing Scene
Despite the problems of life in an ever-changing world, there is strong evidence that the future of the United States can be bright and that it can continue to offer leadership to the...

Unemployment, Public Works, and the 1976 Presidential Election Campaign
Unemployment remains near 8% despite recovery from the recent recession. One key reason is the exceptionally large number of women and youth seeking jobs. Those having most difficulty...

Learn From Biographies of Early Engineers
The aim of education is to discover, develop and finally, to apply the student's latent abilities. To accomplish these things, the student first needs to try his hand and...

Statement of Affirmative Action Principles
It becomes increasingly obvious that the number of minorities and women in engineering is far below any reasonable proportion to their percentage in our population, and recent statistical...

Patterns of Mobility of Working Poor
This study examines the transportation problems faced by low-income residents in Greensboro, NC, with special emphasis on the autoless worker. A survey revealed a strong auto-orientation...

Position Paper on Civil Engineering Education
Education as an essential part of the preparation of men and women entering the civil engineering profession is presented. A broad range of educational aspects with which ASCE is concerned...

Standards of Professional Relations and Conduct
This manual, Standards of Professional Relations and Conduct, has been written more particularly for the younger men and women of the profession...

 

 

 

 

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