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Journal of Engineering Education Round Table: Reflections on the Grinter Report
Journal of Engineering Education
  • James G. Harris, California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo
  • Eugene M. DeLoatch, Morgan State University
  • William R. Grogan, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
  • Irene C. Peden, University of Washington
  • John R. Whinnery, University of California - Berkeley
Publication Date
1-1-1994
Abstract
The Round Table is a new presentation format for the Journal of Engineering Education. The purpose of the Round Table is to present the comments of several distinguished individuals about a topic as well as their responses to the comments offered by their colleagues. For the initial Journal of Engineering Education Round Table we asked for reflections about the Grinter Report, published in September 1955. After a brief introduction to the topic of discussion, the invited participants present their views, and, then, respond to the remarks of their colleagues. The goal is two-fold: to present a spectrum of views on the topic, and to provoke a discussion of the topic by the community.
Publisher statement
Published in Journal of Engineering Education.
Citation Information
James G. Harris, Eugene M. DeLoatch, William R. Grogan, Irene C. Peden, et al.. "Journal of Engineering Education Round Table: Reflections on the Grinter Report" Journal of Engineering Education (1994) p. 69 - 94
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/jharris/7/