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Engineering In The Eyes Of America
Do people feel well-informed about new developments in engineering and technology? (1998-08-31)
Standards for Engineering Education in K-12, new report
Science, technology, engineering and mathematics instruction is collectively referred to as (2010-09-29)
Metabolic Engineering VII
The aims of this metabolic engineering conference are to provide a forum for academic and industrial researchers in the field; to bring together the different scientific disciplines that contribute to the design, analysis and optimization of metabolic pathways; and to explore the role of metabolic engineering in the areas of health and sustainability. (2008-03-05)
Kathryn Abel honored with the ASEE's Merl Baker Award
Kathryn Abel, director of the Engineering Management Program at Stevens Institute of Technology, was honored with the Merl Baker Award at the 2006 American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE) Conference and Exposition. (2006-07-24)
NSF report detailing growth in graduate enrollment in science & engineering in the past decade
A recent report released by the National Science Foundation found that graduate enrollment in science and engineering grew substantially in the past decade. (2012-06-07)
Enzyme Engineering XIX
The Enzyme Engineering Conferences started in 1971 and has become the leading international forum for new developments in enzyme technology and biocatalysis, including both fundamental and practical aspects of emerging technologies. (2007-02-04)
3 Louisiana Tech University students receive national engineering scholarships
Three students from Louisiana Tech University's College of Engineering and Science have been awarded 2010-2011 academic scholarships from Tau Beta Pi, one of the nation's leading engineering honor societies. (2010-05-17)
Airbus and GEDC announce inaugural winner of diversity award
Aircraft manufacturer Airbus and the Global Engineering Deans Council, the leading international organization for engineering education, have selected Ana Lazarin from Wichita State University as the inaugural recipient of the GEDC Airbus Diversity Award. (2013-10-22)
Biochemical Engineering XV
This is the fifteenth conference in a series dedicated to Biochemical Engineering. (2007-01-24)
Federal science and engineering obligations to universities and colleges dropped by 11 percent in FY
In fiscal year 2011, federal agencies obligated $31.4 billion to 1,134 academic institutions for science and engineering activities, according to a new report from the National Science Foundation's National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics. (2014-03-26)
UCSB's College of Engineering to present 'Engineering Insights' Oct. 17 and 18, 2006
The College of Engineering at UC-Santa Barbara is holding a two-day symposium designed to bring industry leaders to the College of Engineering for research updates and discussions. (2006-09-21)
Engineering educator wins NSF CAREER Award for research using cyber-tools, cyber-environments
Krishna P.C. Madhavan, assistant professor of engineering and science education in the School of Computing, has received a $511,824 National Science Foundation CAREER Award for research on how cyber-tools and cyber-environments better enable learning in engineering disciplines. (2008-04-28)
Louisiana Tech University receives grant to advance women in engineering, science
The College of Engineering and Science at Louisiana Tech University has received a grant from the National Science Foundation's ADVANCE program in the amount of $736,500 to support a four-year project titled (2009-09-28)
8 Stanford Engineering faculty elected to National Academy of Engineering
Eight professors from the Stanford University School of Engineering are among the newly elected National Academy of Engineering members. (2013-02-07)
NAE, IOM members to discuss engineering innovations in health care at Feb. 25 meeting
Members of the National Academy of Engineering and Institute of Medicine will participate in a regional meeting and panel discussion on (2010-02-24)
All-female team ties for first at National Engineering Management contest
A team of undergraduate students from the University of Arizona student chapter of the American Society for Engineering Management traveled across country to the annual meeting of industry professionals in Virginia Beach, Va., and captured first place in the national engineering student competition. (2012-11-14)
Education practices influence women engineer shortage, MU study finds
As the need for engineering professionals grows, educators and industry leaders are increasingly concerned with how to attract women to a traditional male career. (2008-12-30)
Louisiana Tech University to graduate 4 National Academy of Grand Challenge Scholars
Louisiana Tech University's National Academy of Grand Challenge Scholars program is about to add four more graduates to its prestigious ranks. (2012-05-10)
National engineering honor for eminent Queen's professor
One of Queen's University's most eminent female professors has been elected a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering. (2011-08-17)
Confectionery and chocolate engineering: Principles and applications
The manufacture of chocolate and confectionery owes as much to art as it does science with commercial production representing the union of traditional handcraft with large scale industry. (2010-09-08)
Two INRS researchers inducted into the Canadian Academy of Engineering
Professors Sonia Aïssa and Federico Rosei (both Senior Members of IEEE) of the Centre for Energy, Materials and Telecommunications of INRS are now among the Canadian engineering elite, after being elected by their peers as Fellows of the Canadian Academy of Engineering (CAE). (2015-06-04)
Innovative young Yale engineers selected for NAE's 2004 U.S. Frontiers of Engineering symposium
Two Yale engineers are among 86 of the nation's brightest young engineers selected to participate in the National Academy of Engineering's (NAE) 10th annual Frontiers of Engineering symposium. (2004-09-29)
Univ. of Mich. researchers reduce interference from microwave ovens
Researchers at the University of Michigan College of Engineering have developed an elegantly simple technique that dramatically reduces the interference microwave ovens create in telephones and wireless computer networks. (2003-12-03)
Engineering companies urged to make room for the 'gadget girls'
The classic stereotype of an engineer - a man who is brilliant at and passionate about technology, but not so good at dealing with people - bears little resemblance to actual engineers or their work, according to new research from the University of Edinburgh. (2006-03-09)
US IEEE members to report on Sci-Tech at California newspapers
Two IEEE-USA Engineering Mass Media Fellows, Wendy Hansen and Maddalena Jackson, are writing news stories on science, engineering and technology as part of a 10-week internship from June to August at the Los Angeles Times and Sacramento Bee, respectively. (2008-06-06)
Grant advances biochemical engineering laboratory
The South Dakota School of Mines and Technology has received a $110,000 grant to continue developing a biochemical engineering laboratory on campus that trains students for careers in value-added agriculture and other industries. (2004-09-22)
Penn State receives funds to investigate mine voids
In the wake of the Quecreek Mine rescue, the U.S. (2004-11-16)
Chinese Academy of Engineering and Springer enter publishing partnership
Springer has announced a new partnership with the Chinese Academy of Engineering to publish their journal Engineering Sciences as of January 2008. (2007-04-18)
Leal wins presigious Bingham Medal
Gary Leal, professor of chemical engineering at the University of California at Santa Barbara (UCSB), has been selected as the recipient of the Society of Rheology's 2000 Bingham Medal. (2000-11-12)
WSU researcher explores how engineers apply learned concepts in the workplace
Engineering education has been around for several centuries, but for the first time, researchers at Washington State University are looking at what engineering concepts engineers actually use and how they apply those concepts in the workplace. (2010-12-09)
Kelvin Lee winner of Biochemical Engineering Journal Young Investigator Award
This biennial award recognizes outstanding excellence in research and practice contributed to the field of biochemical engineering by a young community member. (2009-06-29)
Hogg named to National Academy of Engineering
Richard Hogg, professor emeritus of mineral processing and geo-environmental engineering, was elected to membership in the National Academy of Engineering. (2012-04-13)
Yale professor named 2004 Biomedical Engineering Society Distinguished Lecturer
W. Mark Saltzman, Goizueta Foundation Professor of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering and chair of the Department of Biomedical Engineering,at Yale was named the Biomedical Engineering Society Distinguished Lecturer for 2004, the Society's highest award. (2004-10-22)
UWM study explores why women leave engineering careers
A study getting under way at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is the first systematic study of women's retention in engineering. (2009-11-06)
Virginia Tech professor named to National Academy of Engineering
Hanif Sherali, the W. Thomas Rice Chair of Engineering at Virginia Tech, has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering (NAE). (2000-03-02)
Honeywell awards support Virginia Tech chemical engineering research
Honeywell International Inc. has awarded an educational grant of $100,000 for support of the Honeywell Center of Excellence in Computer-Aided Design (CAD) at Virginia Tech. (2003-12-02)
ABET names NJIT civil engineer and fellow to prestigious commission
A Fellow of the American Society of Civil Engineers and university lecturer at NJIT, John A. (2012-04-13)
UCSB's Glenn Fredrickson wins American Physical Society's Polymer Prize
Glenn Fredrickson, professor of chemical engineering and materials at UC Santa Barbara, has won the American Physical Society's 2007 Polymer Prize. (2006-10-16)
GW School of Engineering and Applied Science inducts 6 members into hall of fame
The ceremony took place Oct. 23 and highlighted six alumni who have excelled in their field. (2014-10-29)
Virginia Tech diversity program wins national honors
Virginia Tech's Center for the Enhancement of Engineering Diversity is a 2010 winner of the Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology's national Claire L. (2011-01-03)
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