November 2002
American Society for Engineering Education ASEE Prism Magazine ASEE Prism Magazine
The ABCs of Engineering
The ABCs of Engineering
The ABCs of Engineering
The ABCs of Engineering

The ABCs of Engineering

A number of innovative programs are underway to get kids excited about engineering, and they are just beginning to provide models that might be adopted by others.

By Linda Creighton

All Things Great & Small

After realizing the incredible potential of nanotechnology, University of Toronto engineering professor Doug Perovic turned the study of this emerging field into an undergraduate major.

 
Hard Act to Follow

The architect of the new $55 milllion Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth is winning praise for his groundbreaking use of concrete, but much of the credit goes to the engineers who have developed new ways to use the age-old material.

 
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