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  American Society for Engineering Education
American Society for Engineering EducationDECEMBER 2006Volume 16 | Number 4 PRISM HOMETABLE OF CONTENTSBACK ISSUES
CONTENTS: FEATURES DEPARTMENTS
COVER STORY: A Future Engineer? - TO STAY COMPETITIVE, THE U.S. NEEDS TO ATTRACT MORE HISPANICS TO ENGINEERING, AND THERE ARE A NUMBER OF PROGRAMS DOING JUST THAT. - BY MARGARET LOFTUS COVER STORY: A Future Engineer? - TO STAY COMPETITIVE, THE U.S. NEEDS TO ATTRACT MORE HISPANICS TO ENGINEERING, AND THERE ARE A NUMBER OF PROGRAMS DOING JUST THAT. - BY MARGARET LOFTUS BRIEFINGS COMMENTS
CONTRIBUTORS
BRIEFINGS
DATABYTES
REFRACTIONS: LOOKING AHEAD - BY HENRY PETROSKI
CLASSIFIEDS
LAST WORD: The U.S. Edge in Education - BY RICHARD H. BRODHEAD
BRIEFINGS TEACHING TOOLBOX - TAKE A TABLET - TABLET COMPUTERS HAVE THE POTENTIAL TO REDEFINE THE WAY ENGINEERING IS TAUGHT. - BY CORINNA WU
FEATURE: Please Don’t Go - EUROPE IS TRYING TO BOOST ITS RESEARCH FUNDING SO PH.D.’S DON’T LEAVE FOR BETTER OPPORTUNITIES IN THE UNITED STATES. - BY THOMAS K. GROSE FEATURE: Please Don’t Go - EUROPE IS TRYING TO BOOST ITS RESEARCH FUNDING SO PH.D.’S DON’T LEAVE FOR BETTER OPPORTUNITIES IN THE UNITED STATES. - BY THOMAS K. GROSE
TEACHING TOOLBOX - TAKE A TABLET - TABLET COMPUTERS HAVE THE POTENTIAL TO REDEFINE THE WAY ENGINEERING IS TAUGHT. - BY CORINNA WU TEACHING TOOLBOX - TAKE A TABLET - TABLET COMPUTERS HAVE THE POTENTIAL TO REDEFINE THE WAY ENGINEERING IS TAUGHT. - BY CORINNA WU
FEATURE: Japan’s Slow- Moving Tide - A FEW PROFESSORS ARE PUSHING FOR CURRICULUM CHANGE IN JAPAN’S TIGHTLY REGULATED WORLD OF ACADEME. - BY LUCILLE CRAFT FEATURE: Japan’s Slow- Moving Tide - A FEW PROFESSORS ARE PUSHING FOR CURRICULUM CHANGE IN JAPAN’S TIGHTLY REGULATED WORLD OF ACADEME. - BY LUCILLE CRAFT TEACHING TOOLBOX - BOOK REVIEW: High Tech Trash - REVIEWED BY ROBIN TATU TEACHING TOOLBOX - BOOK REVIEW: High Tech Trash - REVIEWED BY ROBIN TATU
TEACHING TOOLBOX - YEAR OF DIALOGUE: Scholarship in 60 Seconds - BY JACK R. LOHMANN
TEACHING TOOLBOX - ON CAMPUS: Picasso and Physics? - BY LYNNE SHALLCROSS
 


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