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PRISM - American Society for Engineering Education - Logo DECEMBER 2005 - VOLUME 15, NUMBER 4
ON THE COVER: WAVE OF INFLUENCE- Three foundations have had a major impact on biomedical engineering, entrepreneurship and distance education. - By Jeffrey SelingoFEATURE: ENGINEERING? ¡SÍ! - A program popping up in many high schools draws Latino and other underrepresented students into engineering. - By Margaret LoftusFEATURE: SPEAKING THE SAME LANGUAGE - The Bachelor of Arts degree in engineering is for people who want to be conversant in technology, but not necessarily engineers. - By Anna Mulrine
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WAVE OF INFLUENCE- Three foundations have had a major impact on biomedical engineering, entrepreneurship and distance education. - By Jeffrey Selingo
SPEAKING THE SAME LANGUAGE - The Bachelor of Arts degree in engineering is for people who want to be conversant in technology, but not necessarily engineers. - By Anna Mulrine
ENGINEERING? ¡SÍ! - A program popping up in many high schools draws Latino and other underrepresented students into engineering. - By Margaret Loftus

COMMENTS
BRIEFINGS
DATABYTES
TECH VIEW: Logging on to Class - By Mary Kathleen Flynn
TEACHING TOOLBOX
A LESSON IN SAFETY - It took a tragedy to focus the engineering curriculum on safety in product design. - By Nancy Cowles and Zachary Hill
RESEARCH: The Challenge of Change - By Dave Woodall
ON CAMPUS: Mind Your Manners - By Lynne Shallcross
ASEE TODAY
CLASSIFIEDS
LAST WORD: State of Spending - By Wm. A. Wulf
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