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American Society for Engineering EducationSEPTEMBER 2006Volume 16 | Number 1 PRISM HOMETABLE OF CONTENTSBACK ISSUES
CONTENTS: FEATURES DEPARTMENTS
COVER STORY: Booting Up - In Texas, top levels of government, industry and academia work together to attract more engineers. - BY THOMAS K. GROSE COVER STORY: Booting Up - In Texas, top levels of government, industry and academia work together to attract more engineers. - BY THOMAS K. GROSE COMMENTS BRIEFINGS
CONTRIBUTORS
BRIEFINGS
REFRACTIONS: Engineering and the City - By Henry Petroski
TEACHING TOOLBOX - The Pod Squad - ENGINEERING PROFESSORS ARE LOOKING AT MP3 PLAYERS AS A NEW WAY OF ENHANCING EDUCATION.  - BY LYNNE SHALLCROSS ASEE TODAY: President's Letter - Conference Highlights - 2006 Awards - Calls for Papers
CLASSIFIEDS
FEATURE: Woman of the World - As head of the World Bank  Institute, engineer Frannie Léautier can make a real difference. - BY PIERRE HOME-DOUGLAS FEATURE: Woman of the World - As head of the World Bank  Institute, engineer Frannie Léautier can make a real difference. - BY PIERRE HOME-DOUGLAS LAST WORD: Closing the Gender Gap - BY RAYMOND SIMON
TEACHING TOOLBOX - The Pod Squad - ENGINEERING PROFESSORS ARE LOOKING AT MP3 PLAYERS AS A NEW WAY OF ENHANCING EDUCATION.  - BY LYNNE SHALLCROSS
FEATURE: Getting in Gear - Mexico enrolls over 450,000 students in engineering programs and may become a player in the global economy. - BY JEFFREY SELINGO FEATURE: Getting in Gear - Mexico enrolls over 450,000 students in engineering programs and may become a player in the global economy. - BY JEFFREY SELINGO YEAR OF DIALOGUE: A Focus on Scholarship - BY RONALD E. BARR
BOOK REVIEW: Leonardo's Lost Robots - BY ROBIN TATU
BOOK REVIEW: Leonardo's Lost Robots - BY ROBIN TATU
ON CAMPUS: Ready, Get Set, Go!
 


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