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Among students, teachers, and practitioners of science and engineering in Canada, women are often in the minority. Approximately 22% of undergraduate students and about 5% of faculty in Engineering are women. In...
Globally, Colleges of Engineering are placing more and more emphasis on engineering education. The desire to improve engineering pedagogy and the saturation of some fields of engineering is a call for collaboration....
An overview of grade inflation in American higher education is presented and its ethical implications are examined and found to be troubling. A synopsis of the ethical ethos of engineering is provided and an account is...
The purpose of this paper is to discuss the experience and positive results in this year's freshmen orientation at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). Before classes started in the fall freshman in Electrical,...
This article is a revised version of a talk the author gave 4 October during the 1998 National Academy of Engineering (NAE) Annual Meeting discussing diversity issues in engineering, in terms of both underrepresented...
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