COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING THE SCHOOL OF CIVIL ENGINEERING THE SIBLEY SCHOOL OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING THE SCHOOL OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING THE SCHOOL OF CHEMICAL AND METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING THE DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING PHYSICS AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING THE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING 1957-1958
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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 ... ...
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 ...
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.