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American Society for Engineering EducationSEPTEMBER 2007Volume 17 | Number 1 PRISM HOMETABLE OF CONTENTSBACK ISSUES
CONTENTS: FEATURES DEPARTMENTS
COVER STORY: What Price Security? MORE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT FUNDING IS FLOWING TO GOVERNMENT LABS AND INDUSTRY—BUT NOT TO ENGINEERING SCHOOLS.  BY THOMAS K. GROSE COVER STORY: What Price Security? MORE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT FUNDING IS FLOWING TO GOVERNMENT LABS AND INDUSTRY—BUT NOT TO ENGINEERING SCHOOLS.  BY THOMAS K. GROSE COMMENTS BRIEFINGS
BRIEFINGS
DATABYTES
Refractions: Confusing Calendars - By Henry Petroski
TEACHING TOOLBOX: Click. Build. Learn. DIGITAL K-12 ENGINEERING COURSES EXPAND WITH STRESS ON QUALITY, FUN. BY BARBARA MATHIAS-RIEGEL BRIEFINGS
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CLASSIFIEDS
LAST WORD: Why Not Here? BY CAROLYN WILLIAMS
FEATURE: Team Player - FOOTBALL OPENED DOORS, BUT ENGINEERING ‘OPENED THE WORLD’ FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE’S NEW PRESIDENT. BY ALVIN P. SANOFF FEATURE: Team Player - FOOTBALL OPENED DOORS, BUT ENGINEERING ‘OPENED THE WORLD’ FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE’S NEW PRESIDENT. BY ALVIN P. SANOFF
TEACHING TOOLBOX: Click. Build. Learn. DIGITAL K-12 ENGINEERING COURSES EXPAND WITH STRESS ON QUALITY, FUN. BY BARBARA MATHIAS-RIEGEL
FEATURE: A Network of a Different Stripe - ZEBRAS GO WIRELESS ON THE KENYAN PLAINS. BY DON BOROUGHS FEATURE: A Network of a Different Stripe - ZEBRAS GO WIRELESS ON THE KENYAN PLAINS. BY DON BOROUGHS
JEE SELECTS: The ‘Random Madness’ of Work - BY JAMES TREVELYAN ON THE SHELF: Chindia Rising - BY ROBIN TATU
ON THE SHELF: Chindia Rising - BY ROBIN TATU
 


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