Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.05, No.3 (Autumn 1970): Seeking Tomorrow's Engineers
Dickason, Donald G.
In this Issue: Seeking Tomorrow's Engineers /2 (Who are tomorrow's engineers, how do they differ from earlier "generations," how and where should they be sought, how is their education changing, how might they influence the profession? These are among the questions discussed by Donald G. Dickason, Cornell's director of engineering admissions and student personnel.) ... The New Breed: Conversations with Cornell Students /11 (What are today's engineering students like? What are their plans and expectations, and how do they regard engineering as a profession? Thirteen Cornell students, from the freshman to the graduate level, comment on their educational outlook and experiences.) ... Register /22 (Kenneth B. Bischoff, the new director of the School of Chemical Engineering at Cornell, is featured in the Register, which also includes biographical sketches of Charles C. Winding, who is returning to full-time teaching after completing a term in the School's directorship, and of new and visiting faculty members of the College of Engineering.) ... Faculty Publications /29 ... Editorial /32
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