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This Engineering Quarterly collection of 102 issues contains 5,072 photographically-rich pages of the history of the College of Engineering at Cornell University.
ENGINEERING: Cornell Quarterly, Published four times a year in April, July, October, and January, by the College of Engineering, Cornell University, Carpenter Hall, Campus Road, Ithaca, New York 14850, beginning Spring, 1966, with Vol. 1, No. 1 and ending with Spring, 1994, with Vol. 28, No. 3.
(c) 1996 - 2006 Cornell University
Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.28, No.3 (Spring 1994): The Center for the Environment: Marketing Green Engineering (Internet-First University Press, 1994)IN THIS ISSUE: The Center for the Environment: Marketing Green Engineering /2 (Practical people seek to fix environmental problems with a mix of teaching, research, and outreach.) ... Training Toxicologists to Be Team ...
(Internet-First University Press, 1994)IN THIS ISSUE: Aerospace Engineering at Cornell /2 (With a distinguished history and vigorous research, Cornell looks to the future.) ... Experiments in a Microgravity Environment /4 (Experiments conducted in a falling ...
(Internet-First University Press, 1993)IN THIS ISSUE: The Electronic Packaging Program /2 (The ongoing miniaturization of electronic products challenges engineers to find better ways of putting them together.) ... The Importance of Polymers in Packaging /4 (The ...
(Internet-First University Press, 1993)IN THIS ISSUE: Probing Earth's Processes /2 (Cornell geologists travel far and wide, interpreting subtle clues to learn how the earth works.) ... Mountains, Climate, and Global Change /3 (Mountain ranges affect weather and ...
(Internet-First University Press, 1993)IN THIS ISSUE: Pumps, Not Filters /2 (A commitment to changing the freshman experience is making an engineering education more accessible to nontraditional candidates.) ... The Military Influence on American Engineering ...