PRISM - American Society for Engineering Education - Logo - APRIL 2005 - VOLUME 14, NUMBER 8
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Alvin SanoffAlvin Sanoff, who wrote the profile of Purdue President Martin Jischke in this month's issue, is a contributing editor for Washingtonian magazine and a freelance writer and consultant. He writes for a number of publications including The Chronicle of Higher Education and USA Today. He is the former managing editor of U.S. News & World Report's "America's Best Colleges" and "America's Best Graduate Schools" ranking projects.

Bryan LeisterThe multi-layered photo illustration in "A New Option" was done by artist Bryan Leister, whose work has appeared in a variety of media, from Fortune 500 companies to major magazines. His illustrations have also appeared in the major annuals, including Communication Arts, Print, Graphis, and American Illustration. He has won Gold and Silver medals from the Society of Illustrators/NY.

Chris PritchardChris Pritchard is Prism's correspondent in Australia. He regularly contributes items to the briefing section, including "Distracting the Pain" in this month's issue. Pritchard is based in Sydney, where he covers countries in the Asia-Pacific region for publications such as U.S. News & World Report, the Wall Street Journal, and the British Broadcasting Corporation.

 

 

FEATURES
THE NEXT REVOLUTION - By Lucille Craft
SEND IN THE ENGINEERS - By Thomas K. Grose
FROM THE WHITE HOUSE TO THE PRESIDENCY - By Alvin P. Sanoff
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BRIEFINGS
DATABYTES
TECH VIEW: On the Right Track - By Mary Kathleen Flynn
TEACHING TOOLBOX
A NEW OPTION - A new breed of engineer works in the financial markets and develops products that predict returns and assess risk. - By Thomas K. Grose
FACULTY'S FINEST: Kimberly Jones
ON CAMPUS: A Higher Vision - By Lynne Shallcross
CLASSIFIEDS
LAST WORD: A More Arduous Pursuit - By Rep. Bart Gordon
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