September 2002
Engineering Their Way To The Top
Engineering Their Way To The Top
Engineering Their Way To The Top
Engineering Their Way To The Top

Engineering Their Way To the Top

An MBA is no longer the only way to climb the corporate ladder. Engineers are moving into the upper echelons of business without straying far from their roots.

By Thomas K. Grose

A Quiet Sort of Revolutionary

National Academy of Engineering president Bill Wulf may be soft spoken, but that doesn't keep him from calling for a major overhaul of engineering education.

 
Feeling The Pinch

Engineering schools around the nation are cutting back programs and handing out pink slips as states struggle with budget shortfalls.

 
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