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A Model Partnership Between Penn State Harrisburgs Structural Design and Construction Engineering Technology Program and the Construction Industry
The goal of any engineering technology curriculum at a university is to provide the information and skills so that each student can be successful in his/her chosen career path. This is especially critical for a...
Industry Expectations from New Construction Engineers and Managers: Curriculum Improvement
In an era of unprecedented technological advancement and economic expansion, construction practice continues to evolve but construction education has not changed appreciably since the 1990s. This schism has prompted...
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...
A Decade of University Sports Facility Design Courses
Every fall over the last decade, interdisciplinary undergraduate student teams have designed athletic facilities for the Lehigh University campus. This initiative comprises part of the Integrated Learning Experience...
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...
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