December 2003 - Volume 13, Number 4
ASEE ASEE Prism Magazine ASEE Prism Magazine
Cover Story - Eating America's Lunch
Cover Story - Eating America's Lunch
Cover Story - Eating America's Lunch
Cover Story - Eating America's Lunch
Cover Story - Eating America's Lunch


My Job Lies Over The Ocean

Globalization is helping to strengthen economies abroad by creating high-tech jobs at wages too low for American workers - and U.S. engineers are starting to feel the effects.

By Dan McGraw
Illustration by Selcuk Demirel

The De-Ice Man Cometh

A Canadian professor of mechanical engineering has given aircraft designers a powerful tool to help minimize the dangerous effects of ice forming on wings during flight.

 
Connecting The Dots
A professor at Rice University has developed an electronic textbook of sorts that could become the model for engineering education.
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