Gateway to Engineering

ISBN-10: 1418061786
ISBN-13: 9781418061784
Edition: 2010
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List price: $163.95
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Delmar Cengage Learning
Publication date: 3/23/2009
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 448
Size: 8.25" wide x 10.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 2.332
Language: English

David A. Yalof (Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University; B.A. and J.D., University of Virginia) is Professor and Department Head of Political Science at the University of Connecticut. His expertise and teaching and research interests include constitutional law, judicial politics, and the presidency. Professor Yalof is the author of PURSUIT OF JUSTICES: PRESIDENTIAL POLITICS AND THE SELECTION OF SUPREME COURT NOMINEES, winner of the American Political Science Association's Richard E. Neustadt Prize for the Best Book on the Presidency. He is also the co-author of THE FIRST AMENDMENT AND THE MEDIA IN THE COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION (with Kenneth Dautrich) and THE FUTURE OF THE FIRST AMENDMENT: THE DIGITAL MEDIA, CIVIC EDUCATION, AND FREE EXPRESSION RIGHTS IN AMERICA'S HIGH SCHOOLS (also with Ken Dautrich). Dr. Yalof has written numerous articles for publications such as Political Research Quarterly, Judicature, and Constitutional Commentary. His most recent work, PROSECUTION AMONG FRIENDS: PRESIDENTS, ATTORNEYS GENERAL, AND EXECUTIVE BRANCH WRONGDOING was published by the Texas A & M University Press. He is currently working on a book-length project examining the role that constitutional precedents played in the recent debate over health care reform.Dr. George E. Rogers is a professor and coordinator of Engineering/Technology Teacher Education at Purdue University. He previously served as a faculty member at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and taught technology education in Omaha, Neb., public schools. He is a former vice president of the Engineering and Technology Education Division of the Association for Career and Technical Education (2005-2008) and former editor of the JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL TEACHER EDUCATION (2002-2004). He is a member of the Indiana Engineering and Technology Education Curriculum Committee and the Indiana Project Lead the Way Steering Committee. The author or coauthor of 56 research and scholarly publications, Dr. Rogers has received numerous awards from both the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and Purdue University, including Purdue University College of Education Outstanding Service Award. He received his Ed.D. from the University of Missouri-Columbia.

Michael D. Wright, Ed.D., come to Delmar with the highest recommendations from PLTW. He is nationally-known teacher educators with outstanding track records of research and service in the field of Technology Education. He has had close ties to PLTW and have assisted in developing the GTT curriculum. Ed.D. from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Professor of Technology Education and Chair of the Department of Career and Technology Education, Central Missouri State University Taught drafting, metalworking and welding in the public schools of Champaign, IL and Sandy, OR. Active in ITEA, where he served as president (2002-2003) Author or coauthor of 17 research and scholarly publications Recipient of dozens of funded grants, including PLTW curriculum alignment with Missouri standards. Frequent presenter at state, regional and national conferences National Advisory Board Member of Technology for All Americans Project, funded by NSF and NASA, which developed assessment standards for the Standards for Technological Literacy (STL). Active in state technology education associations. Recipient of multiple awards and honors including ITEAs Meritorious Service and Distinguished Technology Educator Awards, and the University of Missouris High Flyer Award on three occasions for having received student evaluations of 4.8 or higher on a 5.0 scale.

Dr Sam Willis is one of the world's leading authorities on the sailing navy and was awarded a PhD in Naval History for his thesis on Command and Tactics in the 18th-century Navy. He is an Honorary Fellow at the University of Exeter's Centre for Maritime Historical Studies and a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society. Sam was presenter of the BBC series Shipwrecks and has consulted on maritime painting for Christie's and the BBC, spending 18 months as a Square Rig Able Seaman, sailing the tall ships used in the Hornblower television series and Channel 4's award-winning film Shackleton. He is the author of several critically acclaimed books including the bestselling 'Hearts of Oak' Trilogy. www.sam-willis.com.

Introduction to Engineering
Engineering and Technology
Technological Resources and Systems
Communicating Engineering Ideas
The Engineering Design Process
Sketching
Perspective Drawings
Reverse Engineering
Modeling Engineering Designs
Parametric Modeling
Prototyping
The Use of Energy in Engineering
Energy
Transfer of Energy
Fluid Power
Flight and Space
Electricity and Electronics
Electrical Theory
Electrical Circuits
Electronics
Robotics and Automation
Robots in Today+s World
Automation

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