Engineering Societies and Undergraduate Engineering Education
Publisher: National Academy of Engineering 2017
Number of pages: 98
Engineering societies work largely independently on undergraduate education, leaving open the question of how much more effective their efforts could be if they worked more collaboratively -- with each other as well as with academia and industry. To explore the potential for enhancing societies' role at the undergraduate level, the National Academy of Engineering held a workshop on the engagement of engineering societies in undergraduate engineering education.
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