Design Education in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
In general, the attendance level and interest in the discussions that took place following the presentations at each of the four sessions of the symposium suggest that educational programming at future TMS meetings has a very solid constituency. The organization of the symposium Powder Processing Education for the Year 2000 by the Materials Design & Manufacturing Division's Powder Metallurgy Committee for the 1994 TMS Annual Meeting is likely to provide further demonstration of this level of interest. As our profession continues to evolve, TMS has the opportunity to play a signal role as a conduit of information among professionals and educators wishing to improve their “product” and between educators wishing to share with others the best means of obtaining such improvement. © 1993 TMS.
M. E. Schlesinger and D. E. Mikkola, "Design Education in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering," JOM Journal of the Minerals, Metals and Materials Society, Springer Verlag, Jan 1993.
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