Civil Engineering Essay by The Research Group

Civil Engineering
This paper examines civil engineering education and professionalism: Education, ethics, professionalism, aesthetics, budgeting and role in rebuilding Kuwait.
# 18730 | 1,350 words | 6 sources | 1991 | US
Published on Feb 16, 2003 in Engineering (Civil and Environment)


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"This study will examine civil engineering education and professionalism for the purpose of making civil engineering more accessible and significant from the viewpoint of those not familiar with the field or its practitioners.

An event which has thrust civil engineering into the headlines around the world is the Persian Gulf War and the destruction carried out by Iraqi soldiers in Kuwait. Specifically, the issue involves the role of civil engineers in rebuilding Kuwait after that destruction.

A number of reports indicate that civil engineers--both military and civilian--are spending much of their energies and expertise on rebuilding a palace for the emir of Kuwait and putting less work into rebuilding the basic systems for sustaining the lives of ordinary citizens."

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