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Engineering Practice, Ethics
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Workplace Safety posters,with machinery and a steel girder suspended from a cable. Prints & Photographs Division, Library of Congress

Baine, Celeste. Is there an engineer inside you?: a comprehensive guide to career decisions in engineering. 2nd ed., completely rev. Ruston, La., Bonamy Pub., c2002. 193 p.
    Includes bibliographical references.
    TA157.B294 2002

Basta, Nicholas. Opportunities in engineering careers. Rev. ed. Chicago, VGM Career Books, c2003. 172 p.
   Bibliography: p. 163-164.
   TA157.B342 2003

Camenson, Blythe. Real people working in engineering. Lincolnwood, Ill., VGM Career Horizons, c1998. 139 p.
   TA157.C2564 1998 <SciRR>

Careers in focus. Engineering. 2nd ed. Chicago, Ill., Ferguson Pub., c2003. 188 p.
   TA157.C283 2003 <SciRR>

CPST Comments
   CPST Comments is a journal published by the Commission on Professionals in Science and Technology, which was founded in 1953 as the Scientific Manpower Commission, a participating organization of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. CPST is a nonprofit corporation whose membership includes leading professional societies, corporations, institutions, and individuals concerned with advancing public understanding of professionals in science and technology, their roles, education, and employment.

Directory of engineering and technology certification programs. Annapolis, Md., American Academy of Environmental Enginers, c1997. 119 p.
   TA157.D558 1997 <SciRR>

Engineering Motion
   Engineering, manufacturing and technology videos.

Engineering salaries survey. Prepared by D. Dietrich Associates, Inc. Phoenixville, Pa., The Associates, c2002. 215 p.
   A157.S849 Spring 2002

Engineers Edge
   Engineering, design, training, product resources.

Engineers’ salaries: special industry report. New York, Engineering Manpower Commission of the American Association of Engineering Societies, c1999. 97 p.
   TA157.E6627 1999 <SciRR>

Ethics Center
   Provides engineers, scientists, and science and engineering students with resources for understanding and addressing ethically significant problems that arise in their work, and to serve those who are promoting learning and advancing the understanding of responsible research and practice in science and engineering.

Florman, Samuel C. The existential pleasures of engineering. 2nd ed. New York, St. Martin’s Press, 1994. 205 p.
   TA157.F57 1994

Garner, Geraldine O. Great jobs for engineering majors. 2nd ed. Chicago, VGM Career Books, c2002. 270 p.
   Includes bibliographical references.
   TA157.G327 2002

Hagerty, D. Joseph, and others. Opportunities in civil engineering careers. Lincolnwood, Ill., VGM Career Horizons, c1997. 143 p.
   Bibliography: p. 135-136
   TA157.H24 1997 <SciRR>

Industry report on engineering, design, and drafting personnel compensation. Rochelle Park, N.J., Watson Wyatt Data Services, c2003. 874 p.
   TA157.I4575 2003/2004 <BusRR>

Johnston, Stephen F., J. Paul Gostelow, and W. Joseph King. Engineering and society: challenges of professional practice. Upper Saddle River, N. J., Prentic Hall, c2000. 621 p.
   Bibliography: p. 597-599.
   TA157.J58 2000

Martin, Mike W., and Roland Schinzinger. Ethics in engineering. 3rd ed. New York, McGraw-Hill, c1996. 439 p.
   Includes bibliographical references.
   TA157.M33 <SciRR>

National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES)
   The National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) is a national non-profit organization whose membership consists of engineering and land surveying licensing boards for all states and territories of the U.S. These Member Boards represent all states and U.S. territorial jurisdictions. There are no individual members of the NCEES, rather the delegates who represent their respective boards are members of the NCEES. Membership consists of 70 Member Boards. The primary role of the Council is to prepare the engineering and land surveying examinations through its Committee on Examinations for Professional Engineers (EPE) and Committee on Examinations for Professional Surveyors (EPS). Examinations are administered twice a year on specific dates. The vision of the NCEES today is to provide leadership in the professional licensure of engineers and land surveyors and to help shape the standards of the profession's future. This is achieved through excellence in uniform laws, licensing standards, and rules of professional ethics as administered by its Member Boards for the protection of the public health, safety, and welfare.

Peterson’s job opportunities for engineering and computer science majors. Princeton, N. J., Peterson’s, c1998. 378 p.
   TA157.P445 1999 <SciRR>

Tenopir, Carol, and Donald W. King. Communication patterns of engineers. Hoboken, N. J., John Wiley, 2004. 266 p.
   Bibliography: p. 187-252.
   TA158.5.T46 2004

Vesilind, P. Aarne, and Alastair S. Gunn. Engineering, ethics, and the environment. New York, Cambridge University Press, 1998. 314 p.
   Includes bibliographical references.
   TA157.V42 1998 <SciRR>

Walesh, S. G. Engineering your future: the non-technical side of professional practice in engineering and other technical fields. 2nd ed. Reston, Va., American Society of Civil Engineers, 2000. 497 p.
   Includes bibliographical references.
   T56.8.W36 2000 <SciRR>

Yuzuriha, Todd. How to succeed as an engineer: a practical guide to enhance your career. Vancouver, Wash., J&K Pub., c1998. 367 p.
   Includes bibliographical references.
   TA157.Y89 1998 <SciRR>

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