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Opportunities for Engineering Educators Through Participation
While community outreach programs and recruiting campaigns are common to all engineering programs, engineering educators often overlook opportunities for professional development found through participating in these...
Introducing Real-World Hydrology Case Studies into an Undergraduate Civil and Environmental Engineering Curriculum
Hydrology, the study of the movement and storage of water in the environment, originated as an engineering discipline mainly concerned with the estimation of floods and droughts. Since then, hydrology has evolved into...
US Global Change Research Program
Since its inception, USGCRP-supported research and observational activities, in collaboration with several other national and international science programs, have documented and characterized important aspects of the...
Curriculum - Environmental Decision Making: The Basis for Environmental Literacy
One of the most influential factors in shaping sensibilities and language is the need to make decisions in daily activities. It is in connecting with these decisions that environmental education can make lasting...
Using Failure Case Studies to Address Civil Engineering Program and BOK Criteria
This paper suggests ways that failure case studies may be used to address Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology Engineering Accreditation Commission (ABET EAC) general and civil engineering program specific...
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