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|Title: ||Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.20, No.1 (Summer 1985): Building for a New Era|
|Authors: ||Streett, William B.|
Parsons, Kermit C.
Smith, Julian C.
|Issue Date: ||1985|
|Publisher: ||Internet-First University Press|
|Abstract: ||IN THIS ISSUE: To the Year 2000 and Beyond: A Comprehensive Plan for Engineering at Cornell /2 (A new building and extensive renovations are anticipated by a faculty planning committee working with Dean William B. Streett.) ... Building for Engineering at Cornell /8 (College history from an architectural viewpoint is discussed by Kermit C. Parsons of Cornell's College of Architecture, Art, and Planning.) ... The Rise of Research: Fifty Years of Change in Cornell's Engineering Program /26 (Chemical Engineering Professor Julian C. Smith traces the growth of research at the College from virtually nothing to a program funded at more than $31 million a year.) ...
Commentary: Why EPA's Approach to Toxic Chemicals Doesn't Work /37 (A controversial subject is considered by Neil Orloff, attorney, environmental engineering professor at Cornell, and director of the University's Center for Environmental Research.) ... Register /40 (Events at the College include the appointment of William B. Streett as dean.) ... Vantage /52 ... Faculty Publications /54 ... Letters /63|
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