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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...
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...
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...
Comparison Between Grade Earned in a Course and Performance in a Simulated FE Examination for Mechanics Related Courses
The Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) examination is one of several assessment tools in place at universities to demonstrate some of the learning outcomes. Seattle University requires that all civil engineering graduates...
The Cognitive and Affective Domain in Assessing the Life-Long Learning Objective
The success of the engineering profession requires students to be educated in the technical practices and inspired to develop the traits of life-long learning. The author's objective is to demonstrate the use of the...
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