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Enabling A Strong U.S. Engineering Workforce For Technological Innovation: A National Partnership In Graduate Professional Education With Industry To Enhance U.S. Competitiveness And Economic Development

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2007 Annual Conference & Exposition

Location

Honolulu, Hawaii

Publication Date

June 24, 2007

Start Date

June 24, 2007

End Date

June 27, 2007

ISSN

2153-5965

Conference Session

Professional Graduate Education & Industry

Tagged Division

Graduate Studies

Page Count

37

Page Numbers

12.600.1 - 12.600.37

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https://peer.asee.org/1624

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28

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Donald Keating University of South Carolina

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DONALD A. KEATING is associate professor of mechanical engineering, University of South Carolina, and chair ASEE-Graduate Studies Division.

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Thomas Stanford University of South Carolina

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THOMAS G. STANFORD is assistant professor of chemical engineering, University of South Carolina.

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John Bardo Western Carolina University

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JOHN W. BARDO is chancellor, Western Carolina University.

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Duane Dunlap Western Carolina University

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DUANE D. DUNLAP is professor, interim dean, Kimmel School, Western Carolina University, and
program chair ASEE-Graduate Studies Division.

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Stephen Tricamo New Jersey Institute of Technology

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STEPHEN J. TRICAMO is professor of industrial and manufacturing engineering, and former dean of engineering and technology, New Jersey Institute of Technology.

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Eugene DeLoatch Morgan State University

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EUGENE M. DeLOATCH is dean, school of engineering, Morgan State University, and a past president of ASEE.

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Dennis Depew Purdue University

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DENNIS R. DEPEW is dean of the college of technology, Purdue University.

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Mark Schuver Purdue University

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MARK T. SCHUVER is director of the Rolls-Royce-Purdue Master’s degree program, Purdue University.

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Gary Bertoline Purdue University

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GARY R. BERTOLINE is professor and assistant dean for graduate studies of the college of technology, Purdue University.

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Albert McHenry Arizona State University

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ALBERT L. McHENRY is provost of Arizona State University Polytechnic, and ASEE- vice president of public affairs.

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Timothy Lindquist Arizona State University

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TIMOTHY E. LINDQUIST is interim dean, college of science and technology, Arizona State University Polytechnic.

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Joseph Tidwell Boeing Co.

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JOSEPH P. TIDWELL is director of JACMET, Arizona State University Polytechnic, and chair ASEE-College Industry Partnership Division.

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Mark Smith Rochester Institute of Technology

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MARK SMITH is director, product development & manufacturing leadership, Rochester Institute of Technology.

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Raymond Morrison Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co.

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RAYMOND E. MORRISON is Engineering & Organization Relations, Engineering Integration & Strategy, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company, and chair ASEE-Corporate Members Council.

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Harvey Palmer Rochester Institute of Technology

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HARVEY PALMER is dean of the Kate Gleason college of engineering, Rochester Institute of Technology.

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Norman Egbert

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NORMAN F. EGBERT is vice president of engineering and technology, Rolls-Royce Corporation.

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David Quick Rolls-Royce Corporation

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DAVID H. QUICK is Manager, R&D Customer Requirements, R&T Strategy, Liberty Works (tm)
Rolls-Royce North American Technologies, and past chair ASEE-Corporate Members Council.

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Roger Olson Rolls-Royce Corporation

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ROGER N. OLSON is Lead Stress Engineer, Rolls-Royce Corporation, and a director of ASEE-College Industry Partnership Division.

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Mohammad Noori California State Polytechnic University

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MOHAMAD NOORI is dean of the college of engineering, California State Polytechnic University.

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Samuel Truesdale Rolls-Royce Corporation

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SAMUEL L. TRUESDALE is manager of employee development, engineering business improvement organization, Rolls-Royce Corporation, and program chair, ASEE-College Industry Partnership Division.

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Edward Sullivan California Polytechnic State University

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EDWARD C. SULLIVAN is professor and assistant dean of graduate programs and research, college of engineering, California State Polytechnic University.

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Joseph Rencis University of Arkansas

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JOSEPH J. RENCIS is professor and head of the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, an secretary/treasurer of the ASEE-Mechanical Engineering Division and vice chair of the ASME Mechanical Engineering Department Heads Committee.

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Carla Purdy University of Cincinnati

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CARLA PURDY is associate professor, department of electrical and computer engineering, University of Cincinnati, and secretary/treasurer ASEE-Graduate Studies Division.

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Keating, D., & Stanford, T., & Bardo, J., & Dunlap, D., & Tricamo, S., & DeLoatch, E., & Depew, D., & Schuver, M., & Bertoline, G., & McHenry, A., & Lindquist, T., & Tidwell, J., & Smith, M., & Morrison, R., & Palmer, H., & Egbert, N., & Quick, D., & Olson, R., & Noori, M., & Truesdale, S., & Sullivan, E., & Rencis, J., & Purdy, C. (2007, June), Enabling A Strong U.S. Engineering Workforce For Technological Innovation: A National Partnership In Graduate Professional Education With Industry To Enhance U.S. Competitiveness And Economic Development Paper presented at 2007 Annual Conference & Exposition, Honolulu, Hawaii. https://peer.asee.org/1624

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