Contents: Samuel C. Florman: Prologue: The Civilized Engineer – Edward Alton Parrish: Liberal Education and Engineering Criteria
2000 – Lance Schachterle: Liberal Education Responds: Discussing ABET 2000 within a Humanities Division – Carolyn R. Miller:
Reuniting Wisdom and Eloquence within the Engineering Curriculum – Kathryn A. Neeley: To Arrive Where We Started and Know
the Place for the First Time? Re-visioning Technical Communication – Leslie Perelman: Creating a Communication-intensive Undergraduate
Curriculum in Science and Engineering for the Twenty-first Century – John Brown: Refashioning the First-year Introductory
Course on Communication Skills and Engineering Practice – Charles C. Adams: The Role of the Humanities in Distinguishing Science
from Engineering Design in the Minds of Engineering Students – Heinz C. Luegenbiehl/Donald L. Decker: The Role of Values in
Teaching Design – Heinz C. Luegenbiehl: Engineering Ethics Education for the Twenty-first Century: Topics for Exploration
– Joseph R. Herkert: Integrating Engineering, Ethics, and Public Policy: Three Examples – Michael E. Gorman/Julie M. Stocker/Matthew
M. Mehalik: Using Detailed, Multimedia Cases to Teach Engineering Ethics – Edward Wenk, Jr.: Teaching Engineering as a Social
Science – Craig Gunn: Orienting Engineering Students to Contemporary Issues through a Broader Perspective – John Krupczak:
Reaching Out across Campus: Engineers as Champions of Technological Literacy – Ann Brown: The Museum in the Classroom: Technology
in Art – Kathryn A. Neeley: The Aesthetics of Engineering: Toward an Integrated View of Engineering Design – Barbara M.
Olds/Ronald L. Miller: Integrating Humanities and Engineering: Two Models for Achieving ABET Criteria 2000 Goals – Heinz C.
Luegenbiehl: Responding to ABET 2000: A Process Model for the Humanities and Social Sciences – Joseph R. Herkert: STS for
Engineers: Integrating Engineering, Humanities, and Social Sciences through STS Courses and Programs – Scot Douglass: Teaching
Students, Not Texts: The Utility of the Humanities in Fulfilling ABET 2000 Criteria – Ann Brown/Steve Luyendyk/David F. Ollis:
Implementing an English and Engineering Collaboration – Marshall M. Lih: The Parable of Baseball Engineering – Joseph R. Herkert:
A Multidisciplinary Course on Technological Catastrophes – Charles W. N. Thompson: Prolegomena for Evaluation of Multidisciplinary
Student Teams – John P. O’Connell/Mark A. Shields/Eugene R. Seeloff/Timothy C. Scott/Brian Pfaffenberger: Professional Development
at the University of Virginia: Attributes, Experiences, ABET 2000 and an Implementation – O. Allan Gianniny, Jr.: A Century
of ASEE and Liberal Education (or How Did We Get Here from There, and Where Does It All Lead?).