Article ID: CBB770684007

The Image Problem for Engineering: An Overview (Summer 2011)


Vest, Charles M. (Author)

The Bridge: Journal of the National Academy of Engineering
Volume: 41
Issue: 2
Pages: 5-11

Publication Date: Summer 2011
Edition Details: Issue Theme: Changing the Conversation about Engineering
Language: English

To reach our strategic goals, we must have a well educated, globally competitive workforce.

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Article Kullman, Ellen (Summer 2011) Changing the Conversation. The Bridge: Journal of the National Academy of Engineering (pp. 3-3). unapi

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Authors & Contributors
Trevelyan, James
Anderson, Brian D. O.
Stephen Secules
Stephens, Rick
Yowell, Janet L.
Sullivan, Jacquelyn F.
The Bridge: Journal of the National Academy of Engineering
Engineering Studies
Historical Records of Australian Science
American Heritage of Invention and Technology
Social Studies of Science
Education, engineering
Diversity in the workplace
Technoscience; science and technology studies
Moore, John Barratt
Bentil, Ekua
United States
21st century
20th century
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT
Boston (band)
World Bank

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