Freshman engineering courses are being widely implemented so that students can make an informed decision about their major. Module-based approaches that trade depth for the sake of breadth are often used to present each...
"Write Things Worth Reading or Do Things Worth the Writing:" A Dual-Degree Program in Engineering and the Liberal Arts
In recent years, much has been written about the role of liberal education in engineering, especially in light of Engineering Criteria 2000 (EC 2000) of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) (for...
An introduction to the cooperative learning model of Johnson, Johnson, and Smith (references cited in the monograph), cooperative learning activities in science and engineering courses, and ways to overcome problems...
Demands and stresses on a dual-career couple can be great. When the couple works in the same department, it starts to become difficult to separate professional and person life. Each dual-career couple must work out...
The Spaghetti Factor: A Peer Leadership Model for the "Sticking Together" of Untenured Faculty Prior to Their Tenure Decision
New faculty members join academia with great desire and hope to make higher education their life long vocation. Upon entering the halls of ivy, they quickly realize the mutual requirements of professional development,...
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