Article Index: September 1996- May/June 1997

A

ABET
"Engineering Criteria 2000: Criteria for Accrediting Programs in Engineering in the United States." 3/97, 39–40
Phillips, Winfred. "Ensuring Engineering Excellence." 3/97, 38.
Phillips, Winfred. "21st Century Questions." 1/97, 38.

Aerospace Engineering
"Partnership Facilitator." 1/97, 23.

Affirmative Action
Panitz, Beth. "Policy Shifts." 11/96, 15.

Aging Issues
Huband, Frank. "Tending to Tenure." 3/97, 4.

Alabama A&M
Panitz, Beth. "Opening the Doors to Engineering." 10/96, 14.

Architectural Engineering
"Construction Sight." 10/96, 18.

Army Research Laboratory
"Army Research Laboratory Sponsors Postdoctoral Fellowship Program." 2/97, 37.
"Postdoc Program." 9/96, 50.

ASEE
"1997–98 Nominees for ASEE Officers."12/96, 38–44.
"ASEE 1996 Division and Section Awards." 10/96, 45.
"ASEE 1996 National Award Winners."9/96, 56-57.
"Campus Rep Update." 12/96, 36.
"Engineering Deans to Visit Capitol Hill." 2/97, 37.
Guglielmi, Felicia. "Campus Rep Update." 10/96, 40.
"Home Page Update." 3/97, 40.
Huband, Frank. "Family Values." 4/97, 4.
"Mid-Atlantic Section Conducts Fall Conference." 2/97, 36–37.
"New ASEE Fellows." 9/96, 48-49.
"University of Illinois Commemorates ASEE Founding." 12/96, 37.

ASEE Annual Conference
"1996 Annual Conference Highlights." 9/96, 42-43.
"A Great Place On A Great Lake." 1/97, 36–37.
Hendley, Vicky. "Milwaukee's Finest." 5/97, 32–39.
Huband, Frank. "Keeping Up." 5/97, 4. 
"Mini-Plenary Speakers to Address Timely Topics." 3/97, 36–37.
Panitz, Beth. "How to Get the Most Out of the Annual Conference." 5/97, 46–48.
"Special Conference Events to Spotlight Cutting-Edge Technology." 4/97, 38–39.
"Tour Marvelous Milwaukee." 2/97, 34–35.
"UW-Madison Hosts Post-Conference Tour." 3/97, 40–41.

Assessment
"Engineering Criteria 2000: Criteria for Accrediting Programs in Engineering in the United States." 3/97, 39–40
Huband, Frank. "Going the Distance." 2/97, 4.
"The Making of an Assessment Plan." 1/97, 11.

Attrition
"Candid Comments." 4/97, 11.

B

Baseball Engineering
Lih, Marshall. "The Parable of Baseball Engineering." 9/96, 68.

Bioengineering
Huband, Frank. "Biological Opportunities." 11/96, 4.
Panitz, Beth. "Bioengineering: A Growing New Discipline." 11/96, 22–28.

Bridge Building
"A Bridge to Precollege Students." 3/97, 18.
"Building Bridges." 11/96, 19.

C

Campus Reps
"Campus Rep Update." 12/96, 36.
Guglielmi, Felicia. "Campus Rep Update." 10/96, 40.

Career Trends
"Mini-Plenary Speakers to Address Timely Topics." 3/97, 36–37.

C-STEM
"C-STEM Continues Momentum." 10/96, 40.

Collaboration
Hendley, Vicky. "The Basics of Successful Joint Ventures." 1/97, 18–21.

Collaborative Research in Learning Technologies (CRLT)
"Technology for Teaching." 2/97, 11.

Community Colleges
"Recruiters Hear a 'Me, Too' from Community College Students," 4/97, 20–26.

Congress
Lawless, Tracy, "Educating Capitol Hill." 10/96, 12.

Consortium
"Partnership Facilitator." 1/97, 23.

Construction
"Construction Sight." 10/96, 18.

Contests
"Designing Tomorrow's Environmental Solutions." 10/96, 19.
Hendley, Vicky. "Engineering Advocate: Woodie Flowers." 1/97, 14–15.

Continuing Education

Coppula, Deborah. "Continuing Education: Hyperlink to Growth." 5/97, 22–24.
Smerdon, Ernest T. "It Takes a Lifetime." 12/96, 56.

Copyright
"Copyright Risks and Rights via E-Mail." 9/96, 12.

Cooperative Learning
"Mini-Plenary Speakers to Address Timely Topics." 3/97, 36–37.
Panitz, Beth."Brotherly Cooperation." 5/97, 40–43.

Criteria 2000
"Engineering Criteria 2000: Criteria for Accrediting Programs in Engineering in the United States." 3/97, 39–40.
"Home Page Update." 3/97, 40.
Huband, Frank. "Going the Distance." 2/97, 4.
Phillips, Winfred. "Ensuring Engineering Excellence." 3/97, 38.
Phillips, Winfred. "21st Century Questions." 1/97, 38.

Curriculum Changes
Panitz, Beth. "Evolving Paths."10/96, 22–28

D

Degrees
"Europe Ups Production of Engineers." 4/97, 10.
Lashley, Paulette. "Unchanging Meolody." 4/97, 35–37.

Design Contests
"Building Bridges." 11/96, 19.
"Designing Tomorrow's Environmental Solutions." 10/96, 19.
Panitz, Beth. "Putting Engineering FIRST." 11/96, 17.
"Students Engineer Future Cars." 11/96, 38–39.

Design Projects
"An Engineer in Venice," 9/96, 20.
"Mission: IPT." 10/96, 20.

"Dilbert"
Hendley, Vicky. "Scott Adams: Engineer of Dilbert." 12/96, 30–32.

Disabled Students
Coppula, Deborah. "Making Room at the Table." 2/97, 14.

Distance Education
"Going the Distance." 1/97, 26.
Huband, Frank. "Going the Distance." 2/97, 4.
Martin, Barbara, Patrick Moskal, Neil Foshee, and Lucy Morse. "So You Want to Develop a Distance Education Course?" 2/97, 18–22.
Richards, Larry G. "Lights, Camera, Teach!" 2/97, 24–27.
"Technology Directors Gather in Orlando." 2/97, 36.

Diversity
"C-STEM Continues Momentum." 10/96, 40.
Coppula, Deborah. "Making Room at the Table." 2/97, 14.
Coppula, Deborah. "Reversing the Trends." 3/97, 14.
Coppula, Deborah. "STAR Power." 4/97, 16.
Huband, Frank. "Engineering Diversity." December 1996, 4.
"Mini-Plenary Speakers to Address Timely Topics." 3/97, 36–37.
Morgan, Robert P., Nirmala Kannankutty, and Donald E. Strickland. "Future Directions in Engineering-Based Research." 3/97, 30–36.
"Profiles in Collaboration." 1/97, 22–28.
Panitz, Beth. "Opening the Doors to Engineering." 10/96, 14.
Panitz, Beth. "Policy Shifts." 11/96, 15.
Panitz, Beth. "Reconnecting with the Earth." 9/96, 16.
Taylor, Jenifer A. T. "Warming a Chilly Classroom."2/97, 28–33.
"This Is Your Brain on Math." 12/96, 9.

Dual-Career Couples
Ercolano, Vincent. "Dual-Career Couples." 4/97, 28–34.

E

Edison, Thomas
Baker, Doran J. "Invoking Edison's Spirit." 2/97, 48.
"Mini-Plenary Speakers to Address Timely Topics." 3/97, 36–37.

Educational Reform
"Educating the Other 80 Percent " 12/96, 9–10.
Florman, Samuel C. "The Pointillist Approach." 3/97, 48.
Phillips, Winfred. "Ensuring Engineering Excellence." 3/97, 38.
Phillips, Winfred. "21st Century Questions." 1/97, 38.
Millar, Susan Bolyard and Sandra Shaw Corter. "From Promise to Reality." 11/96, 30-34.
Taylor, Jenifer A. T. "Warming a Chilly Classroom." 2/97, 28–33.
Wenk Jr., Edward. "Teaching Engineering as a Social Science." December 1996, 24–28.

EAGLE
Huband, Frank.
"Global Wings." 9/96, 4.

Elections
"1997–98 Nominees for ASEE Officers."12/96, 38–44.

E-Mail
"Copyright Risks and Rights via E-Mail." 9/96, 12.

Employers
"Employers Checklist." 12/96, 11.
"Where Graduating Engineers Want to Work." 10/96, 11.

Engineering Careers
"Career Shopping on the Web." 9/96, 11.
"Job Market Brightens for New College Grads." 3/97, 9–10.
Panitz, Beth. "Evolving Paths." 10/96, 22–28.

Engineering Education Coalitions
Coleman, Robert J. "The Engineering Education Coalitions." 9/96, 24-31.

Engineering Pipeline
"The Comings and Goings of Engineering Students." 10/96, 9.

Engineering Technology
McHenry, Albert L. "Don't Tread on ET." 1/97, 56.
"A Powerful Partnership." 1/97, 25.
"Technology Directors Gather in Orlando." 2/97, 36.

Engineers inthe Media
"Did You Know They Were Engineers?" 9/96, 45.
"Engineers in Movies." 9/96, 45.
Hendley, Vicky. "Scott Adams: Engineer of Dilbert." 12/96, 30–32.
"National Engineers Week '97." 1/97, 10.
Phillips, Winfred. "Captain E and the Planet Savers." 5/97, 98.
"This Is Your Brain on Math." 12/96, 9.

Enrollments
LeBuffe, Claire and Paulette Lashley. "Downward Enrollment Trend Ebbing: Enrollments '95." 9/96, 39–41.

Entrepreneurship
"Entrepreneur Trainers." 1/97, 24.
Gerhardt, Lester A. "Capitalizing on Intellectual Property." 3/97, 12.

Environmentalism
"Designing Tomorrow's Environmental Solutions." 10/96, 19.
Panitz, Beth. "Reconnecting with the Earth." 9/96, 16.
"Pledging to Be Green." 9/96, 12.

Ethics Training
"Ethics on the Web." 2/97, 10.

F

Faculty
"FacultyMembers Are Teachers First." 9/96, 13.
Greene, Timothy J., and Nancy E. Van Kuren. "Preparing for Promotion and Tenure." 3/97, 26–29.
Huband, Frank. "Tending to Tenure." 3/97, 4.
Morgan, Robert P., Nirmala Kannankutty, and Donald E. Strickland. "Future Directions in Engineering-Based Research." 3/97, 30–36.
"Profiles in Collaboration." 1/97, 22–28.
Reis, Richard. "The Tenure Journey." 3/97, 20–24.

Famous Engineers
"Did You Know They Were Engineers?" 9/96, 45.

Federal Emergency Management Agency
"Mitigating the Effects of Earth, Wind, Fire, and Water." 3/97, 11.

Federal Funding
"The Importance of Science and Technology." 11/96, 10.
Lawless, Tracy. "Student Vehicle Competitions Get the Red Flag." 11/96, 11.
"NSF Reviews Its Review Process." 3/97, 10.
Speicher, Ann Leigh. "Up Close and Personal." 9/96, 14.

Finance
"Campuses Adapt to Financial Belt-Tightening." 1/97, 11.

FIRST
Panitz, Beth. "Putting Engineering FIRST." 11/96, 17.

Future Car Challenge
Lawless, Tracy. "Student Vehicle Competitions Get the Red Flag." 11/96, 11.
"Students Engineer Future Cars." 11/96, 38–39.

G

Gender Issues
"Learning by Leaps and Bounds." 3/97, 19.
Taylor, Jenifer A. T. "Warming a Chilly Classroom."2/97, 28–33.

Globalization
Phillips, Winfred. "Ensuring Engineering Excellence." 3/97, 38.
"Mid-Atlantic Section Conducts Fall Conference." 2/97, 36–37.

H

Hiring Trends
"Job Market Brightens for New College Grads." 3/97, 9–10.

Humanities
MacKinnon, James C. "The Engineering Humanities." 4/97, 48.

Hyperlearning
Coppula, Deborah. "Getting Hyper over Learning." 5/97, 12–17.

I

Industry/University Cooperative Research Centers
Panitz, Beth. "Perfect Match." 9/96, 18.

Industry Partnerships
"Entrepreneur Trainers." 1/97, 24.
"Global Exchange." 1/97, 28.
"Going the Distance." 1/97, 26.
Hendley, Vicky. "The Basics of Successful Joint Ventures." 1/97, 18–21.
"Partnership Facilitator." 1/97, 23.
Payne, Rodger. "Communication Conduit." 1/97, 16–17.
"A Powerful Partnership." 1/97, 25.

Industrial Policy
Payne, Rodger. "Communication Conduit." 1/97, 16–17.
Speicher, Ann Leigh. "The Politics of R&D." 12/96, 12.

Information Revolution
Coppula, Deborah. "Continuing Education: Hyperlink to Growth." 5/97, 22–24.
Coppula, Deborah. "Getting Hyper over Learning." 5/97, 12–17.
Huband, Frank. "Keeping Up." 5/97, 4.
Huband, Frank. "Looking Back." 5/97, 28–29.
Panitz, Beth. "A Cyberskeptic's View." 5/97, 18–20.

Intellectual Property
Gerhardt, Lester A. "Capitalizing on Intellectual Property." 3/97, 12.

Interdisciplinary Courses
Ercolano, Vincent. "Broadening the Landscape." 9/96, 32–36.
"Vehicles for Interdisciplinary Learning." 2/97, 16.

International
"An Engineer in Venice," 9/96, 20.
"The French Connection." 1/97, 17.
"Global Exchange." 1/97, 28.
Huband, Frank. "Global Wings." 10/96, 4.
Jones, Russel C. "The World as Workplace." 11/96, 56.
"U.S. Math and Science Performance Trails Other Nations." 3/97, 11.

International Conferences
"ASEE International Conference Highlights." 10/96, 38.
"Japan Hosts International Conference." 9/96, 46.

Internet
"A Fast Lane for Researchers." 1/97, 9.
"Ethics on the Web." 2/97, 10.
"Research News on the Net." 3/97, 10.

Internship
"MIT Goes to Washington." 4/97, 19.

Interpersonal Skills
"Learning by Leaps and Bounds." 3/97, 19.
"The Importance of Interpersonal Skills." 3/97, 9

Interviews
Hendley, Vicky. "Scott Adams: Engineer of Dilbert." 12/96, 30–32.
Hendley, Vicky. "Engineering Advocate: Woodie Flowers." 1/97, 14–15.

J

Job Market
"Job Market Brightens for New College Grads." 3/97, 9–10.
"Mini-Plenary Speakers to Address Timely Topics." 3/97, 36–37.

Job Searches
"Career Shopping on the Web." 9/96, 11.

Job Skills
"Employers Checklist." 12/96, 11.

Johnsons, David and Roger
Panitz, Beth. "Brotherly Cooperation." 5/97, 40–43.

K

K12 Education
"National Engineers Week '97." 1/97, 10.
This Is Your Brain on Math." 12/96, 9.

L
Leadership Training
"Learning by Leaps and Bounds." 3/97, 19.

Libraries
"Growth Lag for Digital Libraries." 12/96, 11.

Lifelong Learning
"A Tax on Lifelong Learning." 4/97, 10.

Lobbying
"Engineering Deans to Visit Capitol Hill." 2/97, 37.
Speicher, Ann Leigh. "The Politics of R&D." 12/96, 12.

M

Math and Science Education
"Students Hit the Math and Science Books." 9/96, 11.
"This Is Your Brain on Math." 12/96, 9.
"U.S. Math and Science Performance Trails Other Nations." 3/97, 11.

Membership, ASEE
Huband, Frank. "Family Values." 4/97, 4.

Mentors
"NC State Mentors TAs" 12/96, 36.

Minorities In Engineering Division (MIND)
"MIND Offers Conference Grants." 1/97, 41–42.

Movies
"Engineers in Movies." 9/96, 45.

Multimedia
"Multimedia Collaborations." 4/97, 20.

N

NASA
"NASA Summer Fellows: Research to the Stars and Back." 11/96, 36–37.

National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering (NACME)
"This Is Your Brain on Math." 12/96, 9.

National Science Foundation
Coppula, Deborah. "Getting to Know Quality." 3/97, 16.
"Educating the Other 80 Percent " 12/96, 910.
"A Fast Lane for Researchers." 1/97, 9.
Panitz, Beth. "More Partners in Research." 10/96, 16.
"NSF Reviews Its Review Process." 3/97, 10.
Panitz, Beth. "Perfect Match." 9/96, 18.
Speicher, Ann Leigh. "Up Close and Personal." 9/96, 14.
"Technology for Teaching." 2/97, 11.

National Science and Technology Week
"Dial an Engineer." 4/97, 9.

Native Americans
Panitz, Beth. "Reconnecting with the Earth." 9/96, 16.

Navy
"Navy Postdoc Fellowships." 12/96, 36.
"Navy Sabbatical Leave Program." 3/97, 37.
"Navy Summer Faculty Program." 1/97, 40.

O

Olympics
"Bringing the Flame to the Games." 9/96, 21.

Organized Research Units
Morgan, Robert P., Nirmala Kannankutty, and Donald E. Strickland. "Future Directions in Engineering-Based Research." 3/97, 3036.
"Profiles in Collaboration." 1/97, 2228.

P

Partnerships
Coppula, Deborah. "Getting to Know Quality." 3/97, 16.
Panitz, Beth. "More Partners in Research." 10/96, 16.
Panitz, Beth. "Perfect Match." 9/96, 18.

Pointillism
Florman, Samuel C. "The Pointillist Approach." 3/97, 48.

Precollege Education
"A Bridge to Precollege Students." 3/97, 18.
"Starting Them Early." 11/96, 20.
"This Is Your Brain on Math." 12/96, 9.

President (of ASEE)
"1997–98 Nominees for ASEE Officers."12/96, 38–44.
Hendley, Vicky. "President with a Mission." 9/96, 44.
Phillips, Winfred. "The Choice Not Made." 11/96, 40.
Phillips, Winfred. "21st Century Questions." 1/97, 38.

Professional Degree
Phillips, Winfred. "The Choice Not Made." 11/96, 40.

PRISM
"ASEE PRISM Recognized for Excellence." 9/96, 48.

Problem-Based Learning
"Let Problems Drive the Learning." 10/96, 30.

Problem Solving

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Article Index: September 1996- May/June 1997

A

ABET
"Engineering Criteria 2000: Criteria for Accrediting Programs in Engineering in the United States." 3/97, 39–40
Phillips, Winfred. "Ensuring Engineering Excellence." 3/97, 38.
Phillips, Winfred. "21st Century Questions." 1/97, 38.

Aerospace Engineering
"Partnership Facilitator." 1/97, 23.

Affirmative Action
Panitz, Beth. "Policy Shifts." 11/96, 15.

Aging Issues
Huband, Frank. "Tending to Tenure." 3/97, 4.

Alabama A&M
Panitz, Beth. "Opening the Doors to Engineering." 10/96, 14.

Architectural Engineering
"Construction Sight." 10/96, 18.

Army Research Laboratory
"Army Research Laboratory Sponsors Postdoctoral Fellowship Program." 2/97, 37.
"Postdoc Program." 9/96, 50.

ASEE
"1997–98 Nominees for ASEE Officers."12/96, 38–44.
"ASEE 1996 Division and Section Awards." 10/96, 45.
"ASEE 1996 National Award Winners."9/96, 56-57.
"Campus Rep Update." 12/96, 36.
"Engineering Deans to Visit Capitol Hill." 2/97, 37.
Guglielmi, Felicia. "Campus Rep Update." 10/96, 40.
"Home Page Update." 3/97, 40.
Huband, Frank. "Family Values." 4/97, 4.
"Mid-Atlantic Section Conducts Fall Conference." 2/97, 36–37.
"New ASEE Fellows." 9/96, 48-49.
"University of Illinois Commemorates ASEE Founding." 12/96, 37.

ASEE Annual Conference
"1996 Annual Conference Highlights." 9/96, 42-43.
"A Great Place On A Great Lake." 1/97, 36–37.
Hendley, Vicky. "Milwaukee's Finest." 5/97, 32–39.
Huband, Frank. "Keeping Up." 5/97, 4. 
"Mini-Plenary Speakers to Address Timely Topics." 3/97, 36–37.
Panitz, Beth. "How to Get the Most Out of the Annual Conference." 5/97, 46–48.
"Special Conference Events to Spotlight Cutting-Edge Technology." 4/97, 38–39.
"Tour Marvelous Milwaukee." 2/97, 34–35.
"UW-Madison Hosts Post-Conference Tour." 3/97, 40–41.

Assessment
"Engineering Criteria 2000: Criteria for Accrediting Programs in Engineering in the United States." 3/97, 39–40
Huband, Frank. "Going the Distance." 2/97, 4.
"The Making of an Assessment Plan." 1/97, 11.

Attrition
"Candid Comments." 4/97, 11.

B

Baseball Engineering
Lih, Marshall. "The Parable of Baseball Engineering." 9/96, 68.

Bioengineering
Huband, Frank. "Biological Opportunities." 11/96, 4.
Panitz, Beth. "Bioengineering: A Growing New Discipline." 11/96, 22–28.

Bridge Building
"A Bridge to Precollege Students." 3/97, 18.
"Building Bridges." 11/96, 19.

C

Campus Reps
"Campus Rep Update." 12/96, 36.
Guglielmi, Felicia. "Campus Rep Update." 10/96, 40.

Career Trends
"Mini-Plenary Speakers to Address Timely Topics." 3/97, 36–37.

C-STEM
"C-STEM Continues Momentum." 10/96, 40.

Collaboration
Hendley, Vicky. "The Basics of Successful Joint Ventures." 1/97, 18–21.

Collaborative Research in Learning Technologies (CRLT)
"Technology for Teaching." 2/97, 11.

Community Colleges
"Recruiters Hear a 'Me, Too' from Community College Students," 4/97, 20–26.

Congress
Lawless, Tracy, "Educating Capitol Hill." 10/96, 12.

Consortium
"Partnership Facilitator." 1/97, 23.

Construction
"Construction Sight." 10/96, 18.

Contests
"Designing Tomorrow's Environmental Solutions." 10/96, 19.
Hendley, Vicky. "Engineering Advocate: Woodie Flowers." 1/97, 14–15.

Continuing Education

Coppula, Deborah. "Continuing Education: Hyperlink to Growth." 5/97, 22–24.
Smerdon, Ernest T. "It Takes a Lifetime." 12/96, 56.

Copyright
"Copyright Risks and Rights via E-Mail." 9/96, 12.

Cooperative Learning
"Mini-Plenary Speakers to Address Timely Topics." 3/97, 36–37.
Panitz, Beth."Brotherly Cooperation." 5/97, 40–43.

Criteria 2000
"Engineering Criteria 2000: Criteria for Accrediting Programs in Engineering in the United States." 3/97, 39–40.
"Home Page Update." 3/97, 40.
Huband, Frank. "Going the Distance." 2/97, 4.
Phillips, Winfred. "Ensuring Engineering Excellence." 3/97, 38.
Phillips, Winfred. "21st Century Questions." 1/97, 38.

Curriculum Changes
Panitz, Beth. "Evolving Paths."10/96, 22–28

D

Degrees
"Europe Ups Production of Engineers." 4/97, 10.
Lashley, Paulette. "Unchanging Meolody." 4/97, 35–37.

Design Contests
"Building Bridges." 11/96, 19.
"Designing Tomorrow's Environmental Solutions." 10/96, 19.
Panitz, Beth. "Putting Engineering FIRST." 11/96, 17.
"Students Engineer Future Cars." 11/96, 38–39.

Design Projects
"An Engineer in Venice," 9/96, 20.
"Mission: IPT." 10/96, 20.

"Dilbert"
Hendley, Vicky. "Scott Adams: Engineer of Dilbert." 12/96, 30–32.

Disabled Students
Coppula, Deborah. "Making Room at the Table." 2/97, 14.

Distance Education
"Going the Distance." 1/97, 26.
Huband, Frank. "Going the Distance." 2/97, 4.
Martin, Barbara, Patrick Moskal, Neil Foshee, and Lucy Morse. "So You Want to Develop a Distance Education Course?" 2/97, 18–22.
Richards, Larry G. "Lights, Camera, Teach!" 2/97, 24–27.
"Technology Directors Gather in Orlando." 2/97, 36.

Diversity
"C-STEM Continues Momentum." 10/96, 40.
Coppula, Deborah. "Making Room at the Table." 2/97, 14.
Coppula, Deborah. "Reversing the Trends." 3/97, 14.
Coppula, Deborah. "STAR Power." 4/97, 16.
Huband, Frank. "Engineering Diversity." December 1996, 4.
"Mini-Plenary Speakers to Address Timely Topics." 3/97, 36–37.
Morgan, Robert P., Nirmala Kannankutty, and Donald E. Strickland. "Future Directions in Engineering-Based Research." 3/97, 30–36.
"Profiles in Collaboration." 1/97, 22–28.
Panitz, Beth. "Opening the Doors to Engineering." 10/96, 14.
Panitz, Beth. "Policy Shifts." 11/96, 15.
Panitz, Beth. "Reconnecting with the Earth." 9/96, 16.
Taylor, Jenifer A. T. "Warming a Chilly Classroom."2/97, 28–33.
"This Is Your Brain on Math." 12/96, 9.

Dual-Career Couples
Ercolano, Vincent. "Dual-Career Couples." 4/97, 28–34.

E

Edison, Thomas
Baker, Doran J. "Invoking Edison's Spirit." 2/97, 48.
"Mini-Plenary Speakers to Address Timely Topics." 3/97, 36–37.

Educational Reform
"Educating the Other 80 Percent " 12/96, 9–10.
Florman, Samuel C. "The Pointillist Approach." 3/97, 48.
Phillips, Winfred. "Ensuring Engineering Excellence." 3/97, 38.
Phillips, Winfred. "21st Century Questions." 1/97, 38.
Millar, Susan Bolyard and Sandra Shaw Corter. "From Promise to Reality." 11/96, 30-34.
Taylor, Jenifer A. T. "Warming a Chilly Classroom." 2/97, 28–33.
Wenk Jr., Edward. "Teaching Engineering as a Social Science." December 1996, 24–28.

EAGLE
Huband, Frank.
"Global Wings." 9/96, 4.

Elections
"1997–98 Nominees for ASEE Officers."12/96, 38–44.

E-Mail
"Copyright Risks and Rights via E-Mail." 9/96, 12.

Employers
"Employers Checklist." 12/96, 11.
"Where Graduating Engineers Want to Work." 10/96, 11.

Engineering Careers
"Career Shopping on the Web." 9/96, 11.
"Job Market Brightens for New College Grads." 3/97, 9–10.
Panitz, Beth. "Evolving Paths." 10/96, 22–28.

Engineering Education Coalitions
Coleman, Robert J. "The Engineering Education Coalitions." 9/96, 24-31.

Engineering Pipeline
"The Comings and Goings of Engineering Students." 10/96, 9.

Engineering Technology
McHenry, Albert L. "Don't Tread on ET." 1/97, 56.
"A Powerful Partnership." 1/97, 25.
"Technology Directors Gather in Orlando." 2/97, 36.

Engineers inthe Media
"Did You Know They Were Engineers?" 9/96, 45.
"Engineers in Movies." 9/96, 45.
Hendley, Vicky. "Scott Adams: Engineer of Dilbert." 12/96, 30–32.
"National Engineers Week '97." 1/97, 10.
Phillips, Winfred. "Captain E and the Planet Savers." 5/97, 98.
"This Is Your Brain on Math." 12/96, 9.

Enrollments
LeBuffe, Claire and Paulette Lashley. "Downward Enrollment Trend Ebbing: Enrollments '95." 9/96, 39–41.

Entrepreneurship
"Entrepreneur Trainers." 1/97, 24.
Gerhardt, Lester A. "Capitalizing on Intellectual Property." 3/97, 12.

Environmentalism
"Designing Tomorrow's Environmental Solutions." 10/96, 19.
Panitz, Beth. "Reconnecting with the Earth." 9/96, 16.
"Pledging to Be Green." 9/96, 12.

Ethics Training
"Ethics on the Web." 2/97, 10.

F

Faculty
"FacultyMembers Are Teachers First." 9/96, 13.
Greene, Timothy J., and Nancy E. Van Kuren. "Preparing for Promotion and Tenure." 3/97, 26–29.
Huband, Frank. "Tending to Tenure." 3/97, 4.
Morgan, Robert P., Nirmala Kannankutty, and Donald E. Strickland. "Future Directions in Engineering-Based Research." 3/97, 30–36.
"Profiles in Collaboration." 1/97, 22–28.
Reis, Richard. "The Tenure Journey." 3/97, 20–24.

Famous Engineers
"Did You Know They Were Engineers?" 9/96, 45.

Federal Emergency Management Agency
"Mitigating the Effects of Earth, Wind, Fire, and Water." 3/97, 11.

Federal Funding
"The Importance of Science and Technology." 11/96, 10.
Lawless, Tracy. "Student Vehicle Competitions Get the Red Flag." 11/96, 11.
"NSF Reviews Its Review Process." 3/97, 10.
Speicher, Ann Leigh. "Up Close and Personal." 9/96, 14.

Finance
"Campuses Adapt to Financial Belt-Tightening." 1/97, 11.

FIRST
Panitz, Beth. "Putting Engineering FIRST." 11/96, 17.

Future Car Challenge
Lawless, Tracy. "Student Vehicle Competitions Get the Red Flag." 11/96, 11.
"Students Engineer Future Cars." 11/96, 38–39.

G

Gender Issues
"Learning by Leaps and Bounds." 3/97, 19.
Taylor, Jenifer A. T. "Warming a Chilly Classroom."2/97, 28–33.

Globalization
Phillips, Winfred. "Ensuring Engineering Excellence." 3/97, 38.
"Mid-Atlantic Section Conducts Fall Conference." 2/97, 36–37.

H

Hiring Trends
"Job Market Brightens for New College Grads." 3/97, 9–10.

Humanities
MacKinnon, James C. "The Engineering Humanities." 4/97, 48.

Hyperlearning
Coppula, Deborah. "Getting Hyper over Learning." 5/97, 12–17.

I

Industry/University Cooperative Research Centers
Panitz, Beth. "Perfect Match." 9/96, 18.

Industry Partnerships
"Entrepreneur Trainers." 1/97, 24.
"Global Exchange." 1/97, 28.
"Going the Distance." 1/97, 26.
Hendley, Vicky. "The Basics of Successful Joint Ventures." 1/97, 18–21.
"Partnership Facilitator." 1/97, 23.
Payne, Rodger. "Communication Conduit." 1/97, 16–17.
"A Powerful Partnership." 1/97, 25.

Industrial Policy
Payne, Rodger. "Communication Conduit." 1/97, 16–17.
Speicher, Ann Leigh. "The Politics of R&D." 12/96, 12.

Information Revolution
Coppula, Deborah. "Continuing Education: Hyperlink to Growth." 5/97, 22–24.
Coppula, Deborah. "Getting Hyper over Learning." 5/97, 12–17.
Huband, Frank. "Keeping Up." 5/97, 4.
Huband, Frank. "Looking Back." 5/97, 28–29.
Panitz, Beth. "A Cyberskeptic's View." 5/97, 18–20.

Intellectual Property
Gerhardt, Lester A. "Capitalizing on Intellectual Property." 3/97, 12.

Interdisciplinary Courses
Ercolano, Vincent. "Broadening the Landscape." 9/96, 32–36.
"Vehicles for Interdisciplinary Learning." 2/97, 16.

International
"An Engineer in Venice," 9/96, 20.
"The French Connection." 1/97, 17.
"Global Exchange." 1/97, 28.
Huband, Frank. "Global Wings." 10/96, 4.
Jones, Russel C. "The World as Workplace." 11/96, 56.
"U.S. Math and Science Performance Trails Other Nations." 3/97, 11.

International Conferences
"ASEE International Conference Highlights." 10/96, 38.
"Japan Hosts International Conference." 9/96, 46.

Internet
"A Fast Lane for Researchers." 1/97, 9.
"Ethics on the Web." 2/97, 10.
"Research News on the Net." 3/97, 10.

Internship
"MIT Goes to Washington." 4/97, 19.

Interpersonal Skills
"Learning by Leaps and Bounds." 3/97, 19.
"The Importance of Interpersonal Skills." 3/97, 9

Interviews
Hendley, Vicky. "Scott Adams: Engineer of Dilbert." 12/96, 30–32.
Hendley, Vicky. "Engineering Advocate: Woodie Flowers." 1/97, 14–15.

J

Job Market
"Job Market Brightens for New College Grads." 3/97, 9–10.
"Mini-Plenary Speakers to Address Timely Topics." 3/97, 36–37.

Job Searches
"Career Shopping on the Web." 9/96, 11.

Job Skills
"Employers Checklist." 12/96, 11.

Johnsons, David and Roger
Panitz, Beth. "Brotherly Cooperation." 5/97, 40–43.

K

K12 Education
"National Engineers Week '97." 1/97, 10.
This Is Your Brain on Math." 12/96, 9.

L
Leadership Training
"Learning by Leaps and Bounds." 3/97, 19.

Libraries
"Growth Lag for Digital Libraries." 12/96, 11.

Lifelong Learning
"A Tax on Lifelong Learning." 4/97, 10.

Lobbying
"Engineering Deans to Visit Capitol Hill." 2/97, 37.
Speicher, Ann Leigh. "The Politics of R&D." 12/96, 12.

M

Math and Science Education
"Students Hit the Math and Science Books." 9/96, 11.
"This Is Your Brain on Math." 12/96, 9.
"U.S. Math and Science Performance Trails Other Nations." 3/97, 11.

Membership, ASEE
Huband, Frank. "Family Values." 4/97, 4.

Mentors
"NC State Mentors TAs" 12/96, 36.

Minorities In Engineering Division (MIND)
"MIND Offers Conference Grants." 1/97, 41–42.

Movies
"Engineers in Movies." 9/96, 45.

Multimedia
"Multimedia Collaborations." 4/97, 20.

N

NASA
"NASA Summer Fellows: Research to the Stars and Back." 11/96, 36–37.

National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering (NACME)
"This Is Your Brain on Math." 12/96, 9.

National Science Foundation
Coppula, Deborah. "Getting to Know Quality." 3/97, 16.
"Educating the Other 80 Percent " 12/96, 910.
"A Fast Lane for Researchers." 1/97, 9.
Panitz, Beth. "More Partners in Research." 10/96, 16.
"NSF Reviews Its Review Process." 3/97, 10.
Panitz, Beth. "Perfect Match." 9/96, 18.
Speicher, Ann Leigh. "Up Close and Personal." 9/96, 14.
"Technology for Teaching." 2/97, 11.

National Science and Technology Week
"Dial an Engineer." 4/97, 9.

Native Americans
Panitz, Beth. "Reconnecting with the Earth." 9/96, 16.

Navy
"Navy Postdoc Fellowships." 12/96, 36.
"Navy Sabbatical Leave Program." 3/97, 37.
"Navy Summer Faculty Program." 1/97, 40.

O

Olympics
"Bringing the Flame to the Games." 9/96, 21.

Organized Research Units
Morgan, Robert P., Nirmala Kannankutty, and Donald E. Strickland. "Future Directions in Engineering-Based Research." 3/97, 3036.
"Profiles in Collaboration." 1/97, 2228.

P

Partnerships
Coppula, Deborah. "Getting to Know Quality." 3/97, 16.
Panitz, Beth. "More Partners in Research." 10/96, 16.
Panitz, Beth. "Perfect Match." 9/96, 18.

Pointillism
Florman, Samuel C. "The Pointillist Approach." 3/97, 48.

Precollege Education
"A Bridge to Precollege Students." 3/97, 18.
"Starting Them Early." 11/96, 20.
"This Is Your Brain on Math." 12/96, 9.

President (of ASEE)
"1997–98 Nominees for ASEE Officers."12/96, 38–44.
Hendley, Vicky. "President with a Mission." 9/96, 44.
Phillips, Winfred. "The Choice Not Made." 11/96, 40.
Phillips, Winfred. "21st Century Questions." 1/97, 38.

Professional Degree
Phillips, Winfred. "The Choice Not Made." 11/96, 40.

PRISM
"ASEE PRISM Recognized for Excellence." 9/96, 48.

Problem-Based Learning
"Let Problems Drive the Learning." 10/96, 30.

Problem Solving

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