PRISM - American Society for Engineering Education - Logo - MARCH 2005 - VOLUME 14, NUMBER 7
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Alice L. DanielAlice L. Daniel, who wrote "Under New Management," in this month's issue is a part-time journalism instructor at Cal State–Fresno and also writes features for a public- radio show that covers community issues in the San Joaquin Valley. She loves interviewing engineers because "they are an enthusiastic bunch who seem to have a knack for explaining complicated topics clearly."



Barbara Mathias-RiegelBarbara Mathias-Riegel's features on social trends and education appeared regularly in the Washington Post for over 20 years. She has also contributed to U.S. News & World Report's Special College Report. She is the author of Between Sisters and co-author of Forty Ways to Raise a NonRacist Child. A regular contributor to Prism, she wrote "A Click Away" in this month's issue.

 

John KachikJohn Kachik illustrated this month's cover and the story inside, "The Mechanics of a Career." His clients include such publications as U.S. News & World Report, National Geographic, Sports Illustrated, and the New York Times. Kachik has won numerous awards and has 10 illustrated portraits in the permanent collection at the Caring Foundation, a Smithsonian-associated gallery.

 

William DukeWilliam Duke, who created the photo illustration in "A Click Away," earned a B.F.A. in photography from the Art Center College of Design. Later Duke's hand- printed black & white photomontages began appearing in magazines such as Esquire, Interview, and the New York Times Sunday Magazine. On the advice of his mother to "wake up and smell the pixels," he began using image manipulation software and developed a look that goes beyond the confines of the darkroom.

 

FEATURES
THE MECHANICS OF A CAREER - By Thomas K. Grose
A CLICK AWAY - By Barbara Mathias-Riegel
YOU CALL THIS SCHOOL? - By Pierre Home-Douglas
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REFRACTIONS: Keeping Things in Perspective - By Henry Petroski
TEACHING TOOLBOX
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT - Engineers seeking advancement are getting degrees in engineering management. - By Alice Daniel
BOOK NOTES: Getting Smart
TEACHING: Making Them Want to Stay - By Phillip Wankat & Frank Oreovicz
ON CAMPUS: The Write Time and Place - By Robert Gardner
CLASSIFIEDS
LAST WORD: Inside Washington - By Jim Turner
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