College of Engineering THE SCHOOL OF CIVIL ENGINEERING THE SIBLEY SCHOOL OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING THE SCHOOL OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING THE SCHOOL O F CHEMICAL AND METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING THE DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING PHYSICS THE GRADUATE SCHOOL O F AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING 1951-52
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Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.22, No.4 (Summer 1988): The Chemical Engineering School: 50 Years Old and Going Strong Smith, Julian C.; Gubbins, Keith E.; Scheele, George F.; Anton, Brad; Gubbins, Keith E.; Panagiotopoulos, Athanassios Z.; Cohen, Claude; Koch, Donald L.; Shuler, Michael L. (Internet-First University Press, 1988)IN THIS ISSUE: The First Fifty Years of Cornell's School of Chemical Engineering /2 Julian C. Smith ... Strong and Looking Ahead: The School of Chemical Engineering Today /10 Keith E. Gubbins and George F. Scheele ... ...
Persistence of Women and Minorities in STEM Field Majors: Is it the School That Matters? Griffith, Amanda L. (2010-03-01)During college many students switch from their planned major to another, particularly so when that planned major was in a Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics (STEM) field. A worrying statistic shows that ...
The School of Chemical Engineering at Cornell : a history of the first fifty years Smith, Julian Cleveland (College of Engineering, Cornell University, 1988)This is a history of the School of Chemical Engineering at Cornell University, from the time of the School's founding and establishment as part of the College of Engineering in 1937-38 to the present, fifty years later.