Prism Magazine - January 2004
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Cover Story  - Ahead of the Pack
Cover Story  - Ahead of the Pack
Cover Story  - Ahead of the Pack
Cover Story  - Ahead of the Pack
Cover Story  - Ahead of the Pack


Putting it into Perspective

Globalization has hit the engineering workforce hard in the United States, but the nation's strongest assets - innovation and creativity - should help keep its competitive edge.

By Dan McGraw
Illustration by Selcuk Demirel

Painting Everying INto the Picture

Princeton's new engineering dean Maria Klawe wants to broaden engineering so that all the school's undergraduates learn about the impact of technology on society.

 
Wizardry At Work
Joel Spira and his wife, Ruth, have always believed in the importance of engineering education. They have been giving out awards for teaching excellence for 20 years and are still going strong today.
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Information Blackout | Getting It Ripe | Ride 'Em Engineer | A Jet Without Wings | Medals of Honor | Souped Up Supercomputer | Excuse Me, But You Need New Underwear | Trying To Forget J.Lo | Spotting a Tumor Before It's a Tumor
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