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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...
Models for Direct Industry Support of US Civil Engineering Programs
Of the approximately 250 accredited civil engineering programs in the US, the proportion that have direct and formal advisement from local industry is unknown. Where present, external, corporate-style advisory boards...
Lets Rock the Boat: Evaluating the Concept of Stability in Fluid Mechanics
As an upper level civil engineering course, Fluid Mechanics, often presents concepts that are unfamiliar to engineering students, at least to the level of understanding expected in the course. Many of these fundamentals...
Effective Use of Integrated Lecture and Lab to Teach Civil Engineering Materials
The civil engineering (CE) materials course along with the other courses in the U.A. Whitaker School of Engineering (WSOE) at Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU) is taught in an integrated lecture lab style. In this...
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...
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