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Summer 2011 | Volume 2 | Issue 4

Table of Contents

  1. From the Editor
    Larry J. Shuman
  2. Guest Editorial: NSF Sponsored Department-Level Reform Initiative
    Mandar M. Dewoolkar
  3. The Role of NSF’s Department Level Reform Program in Engineering Education Practice and Research
    John L. Daniels, Sally L. Wood, and Susan C. Kemnitzer
  4. Incorporating a Systems Approach into Civil and Environmental Engineering Curricula: Effect on Course Redesign, and Student and Faculty Attitudes
    Nancy J. Hayden, Donna M. Rizzo, Mandar M. Dewoolkar, Maureen D. Neumann, Sandra Lathem, and Adel Sadek
  5. Integrated Sensing and Information Processing Theme-based Redesign of the Undergraduate Electrical and Computer Engineering Curriculum at Duke University
    Gary A. Ybarra, Leslie M. Collins, Lisa G. Huettel, April S. Brown, Kip D. Coonley, Hisham Z. Massoud, John A. Board, Steven A. Cummer, Romit Roy Choudhury, Michael R. Gustafson , Nan M. Jokerst, Martin A. Brooke, Rebecca M. Willett, Jungsang Kim, and Martha S. Absher
  6. An Innovative Project and Design Oriented Electrical Engineering Curriculum at the University of North Texas
    Oscar N. Garcia, Murali R. Varanasi, Miguel F. Acevedo, and Parthasarathy Guturu
  7. Engineering Laboratory Instruction in Virtual Environment – “eLIVE”
    Tarek Abdel-Salam, Jaewan Yoon, Ramamurthy Prabhakaran, and Sushil Chaturvedi
  8. The Human Dimension of Systemic Department-Level Change: A Change Agent’s Retrospective on a Case of Reform
    Linda Vanasupa
  9. Service-Learning Integrated throughout a College of Engineering (SLICE)
    John Duffy, Linda Barrington, Cheryl West, Manuel Heredia, and Carol Barry
  10. Engineering Students for the 21st Century: Student Development Through the Curriculum
    Alan Cheville and Chuck Bunting
  11. Reformulating General Engineering and Biological Systems Engineering Programs at Virginia Tech
    Vinod K Lohani, Mary Leigh Wolfe, Terry Wildman, Kumar Mallikarjunan, and Jeffrey Connor
  12. Building an Evaluation Strategy for an Integrated Curriculum in Chemical Engineering
    Joseph J. McCarthy, Robert S. Parker, Adetola Abatan, and Mary Besterfield-Sacre
  13. Development of an Interdisciplinary Undergraduate Bioengineering Program at Lehigh University
    Lori Herz, M. Jean Russo, H. Daniel Ou-Yang, Mohamed El-Aasser, Anand Jagota, Svetlana Tatic-Lucic, and John Ochs
  14. Infusion of Emerging Technologies and New Teaching Methods into The Mechanical Engineering Curriculum at The City College of New York
    Feridun Delale, Benjamin M. Liaw, Latif M. Jiji, Ioana Voiculescu, and Honghui Yu