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American Society for Engineering EducationSUMMER 2007Volume 16 | Number 9 PRISM HOMETABLE OF CONTENTSBACK ISSUES
Cream of the Crop - Engineering students usually stick close to home for their training, but more are finding that experience abroad gives them a distinct advantage in the eyes of employers. - BY MARGARET LOFTUS Cream of the Crop - Engineering students usually stick close to home for their training, but more are finding that experience abroad gives them a distinct advantage in the eyes of employers. - BY MARGARET LOFTUS PHOTO ESSAY: Green Giants - Sustainable design allows big buildings to leave a small footprint on the environment. - BY CORINNA WU COMMENTS
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REFRACTIONS: Speaking Up for Engineers - BY HENRY PETROSKI
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ANNUAL CONFERENCE: Everything you need to know about the big event in Hawaii
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LAST WORD: Think Globally, Act Locally - BY REP. BART GORDON
Hero by Nature - UC Berkeley professor Jay Keasling takes his farm-grown work ethic to the fight against malaria. - BY ALICE DANIEL Hero by Nature - UC Berkeley professor Jay Keasling takes his farm-grown work ethic to the fight against malaria. - BY ALICE DANIEL
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PHOTO ESSAY: Green Giants - Sustainable design allows big buildings to leave a small footprint on the environment. - BY CORINNA WU
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Wringing Gold From the Old - Rochester Institute of Technology’s remanufacturing expertise helps turn used widgets into good-as-new wonders. - BY THOMAS K. GROSE Wringing Gold From the Old - Rochester Institute of Technology’s remanufacturing expertise helps turn used widgets into good-as-new wonders. - BY THOMAS K. GROSE
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