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PRISM - American Society for Engineering Education - Logo APRIL 2006 - VOLUME 15, NUMBER 8
ON THE COVER: ALL THE RIGHT MOVES - More and more engineering deans are moving into the ranks of provosts. What’s behind the new trend? - By Alvin P. SanoffFEATURE: SHAKY GROUND - Civil engineering professor Peter Nicholson, who investigated levee failures in New Orleans, reminds us that the nation has many infrastructure problems.  - By Pierre Home-DouglasTEACHING TOOLBOX: ALL THINGS GREAT AND SMALL - Universities are starting to establish programs to teach nanotechnology to children. But there’s controversy over how to present the information. - By Margaret Loftus
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ALL THE RIGHT MOVES - More and more engineering deans are moving into the ranks of provosts. What’s behind the new trend? - By Alvin P. Sanoff
SHAKY GROUND - Civil engineering professor Peter Nicholson, who investigated levee failures in New Orleans, reminds us that the nation has many infrastructure problems.  - By Pierre Home-Douglas
THE LONG AND SHORT OF IT  - Today, distance education takes many forms, including beaming classes across campus. - By Nancy Shute

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TEACHING TOOLBOX
ALL THINGS GREAT AND SMALL - Universities are starting to establish programs to teach nanotechnology to children. But there’s controversy over how to present the information. - By Margaret Loftus
RESEARCH: Setting the Right Course - By Douglas M. Green
ON CAMPUS: A Winning Idea - By Lynne Shallcross
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LAST WORD: Opening More Books - By Jill Powell
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