The National Museum of American History houses a substantial collection of artifacts, documents, and photographs illustrating our engineering past. That is, up until the mid-twentieth century. Read more.
For almost 50 years, the National Park Service has preserved America’s engineering legacy through the Historic American Engineering Record, which includes not only sites, structures, and objects but also processes. In recent years, the program has incorporated new technologies such as CAD and 3D laser scanning. >>
The University of Texas at El Paso recently introduced E-Lead, the nation’s first BS degree in engineering leadership, and Rice University has started a certificate program in engineering leadership. Both are examples of how the profession is working to build a talent pool known for more than technical competence. >>