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Stevens Institute of Technology has named Dr. Mo.
SAN JOSE, Calif., June 17, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- San Jose State University's Charles W. Davidson College of Engineering today announced that it has received commitments for $1 million USD in donations from KLA-Tencor Corporation(TM), Xilinx, Inc.
The Singapore Declaration WASHINGTON, Oct. 13 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Solutions to engineering grand challenges, such as renewable energy and clean water will need to be global in scope.
With NSF support, engineers from Tufts University are bringing engineering to young students.
Isolation, Poverty Fail to Curb North Korean Engineering WASHINGTON, June 17 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Despite its poverty and inability to feed its population, North Korea produces skilled engineers who excel at nuclear technology, aerospace, dam- and tunnel-building, and computer software. The cover story in the latest Prism magazine, published by the American Society for Engineering Education, takes an in-depth look at North Korea's quest for technological advancement.
The introduction of K-12 engineering education has the potential to improve student learning and achievement in science and mathematics, increase awareness about what engineers do and of engineering as a potential career, and boost students' technological literacy, according to a new report from the National Academy of Engineering and the National Research Council.
By Rajala, Sarah A PRESIDENT'S LETTER We must clearly define our role in, and commitment to, broadening participation in engineering. Thank you very much for giving me the opportunity to lead this great organization. I am humbled by the responsibility but very excited about the opportunities.
By Home-Douglas, Pierre ASEE's president, SARAH A. RAJALA, has expanded opportunities in engineering through persuasion, mentoring and leading by example. AS THE granddaughter of William Bakewell, the only American on Ernest Shackleton's legendary expedition to Antarctica, Sarah A.
By Anonymous The Journal of Engineering Education, ASEE's research journal, moved up this year in rankings of the internationally recognized Thomson ISI Science Citation Index and the Social Science Citation Index.
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