American Society for Engineering Education

| August 4, 2017

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Program assessment, properly implemented, can increase our understanding of engineering education and improve teaching and learning. With a common understanding of the purpose and value of assessment, the engineering community can identify those capabilities likely to be needed by engineering graduates throughout their professional careers, and the ways to best develop those capabilities.

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Article | February 28, 2020

Commercial organizations and government agencies are common targets of cyber-attacks due to the valuable information they possess. In one dramatic example, information related to the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, P-8 Poseidon patrol plane, C-130 Hercules cargo plane, Joint Direct Attack Munition bomb, and future Australian Navy ships was ex filtrated from an Australian defense firm in November of 2016. The increased frequency and severe consequences of cyber-security breaches have alarmed large corporations around the world. As a result, companies are taking greater measures to secure their information throughout their supply chains.

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