Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.10, No.4 (Winter 1976): Working with Industry
Wang, Kuo-King; Lance, Richard H.
IN THIS ISSUE: Research Associated with Industry: Cornell's Injection Molding Project, Part of a New National Effort /2 (An unusual NSF-supported project involving cooperative research by investigators from Cornell and a group of industrial firms is described by Kuo-King Wang, associate professor of mechanical engineering.) ... Beyond the Campus: Engineering Education and the "Real World" /10 (The ways in which the Cornell College of Engineering interacts with industry, and the educational importance of this kind of contact, are discussed from the dual viewpoint of administrator and educator by Richard H. Lance, associate dean of the College and associate professor of theoretical and applied mechanics.) ... Beyond the Campus: The "Outside" Professional Activities of Cornell Engineering Professors /19 (A recent survey shows that sabbatic leave and consulting activities of Cornell engineering faculty members generate a substantial amount of interaction with industry.) ... Vantage /22 (Practicing engineers come to Cornell as consultants for projects in which Master of Engineering (Civil) students prepare designs for actual engineering works.) ... Register /26 (Industrialist Joseph Silbert is honored by the College with its Engineering Award; and Cornell Ph.D. Warren E. Walker wins the coveted Lanchester Prize of the Operations Research Society of America.) ... Faculty Publications /29
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