Prism Magazine - October 2002
ASEE Prism Magazine - October 2002 Prism Magazine - October 2002
Who's MIssing in the Faculty Club?
Who's MIssing in the Faculty Club?
Who's MIssing in the Faculty Club?
Who's MIssing in the Faculty Club?

Facing The Problem

Everyone knows that engineering education has trouble attracting women, African-Americans, and Hispanics to its ranks. Now, a new study shows just how serious the situation is.

By Margaret Mannix

All The RIght Moves

Freeman Hrabowski, who stands out among college presidents for showing minority youth how to be stellar engineers, mathematicians, and scientists, uses chess to get students excited about the intellectual process.

 
Natural Borne Killers

Food poisoning can make you plenty sick - and even lead to death - but help is on the way. Engineers are developing new techniques that can destroy the deadly microorganisms that cause it.

 
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