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Congress of Engineering:
Opening Session..

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Closing Session..

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Constitution of the Society for the Promotion of Engineering Edu-

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Council of the Society for the Promotion of Engineering Education... 3
Current Technical Literature-methods of studying....

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Drawing for Engineering Students.

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Engineering Education:
American and European methods in..

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Discussion upon ....

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Drawing for Engineering Students.

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Equipment for..

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Field Practice.

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For Mining Engineers..

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Ideal Engineering Education ..

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Present Favorable and Unfavorable Tendencies in

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Requirements in Mathematics for..

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Vacation Work.......

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Equipment of Engineering Schools...

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Graduates—No. of, from American Schools-diagram..

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Graduating Theses...

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Graphical Methods—the teaching of....

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Hydraulic Laboratory of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 177
Literature—See Current Technical and Technical Literary.
Mining schools—the Growth of American and this' Relation to the Min-
ing Industries..

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Orig nal Research by students...

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Proceedings:
Of the opening session of the Congress.

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Of the closing session of the Congress..

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Of section E on engineering education.

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Program of Section E...

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Society for the Promotion of Engineering Education-organization of 343
Surveying Instruction:
At Columbia College.....

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At Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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Field Practice..

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Technical Literary Work-the Training of Students..

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TABLE OF CONTENTS.

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PAPERS AND DISCUSSIONS ON ENGINEERING EDUCATION.

CONSTITUTION

of the Society for the

Promotion of Engineering Education.

1. NAME.—This organization shall be called the SOCIETY FOR THE PROMOTION OF ENGINEERING EDUCATION.

2. MEMBERS.-Members of this society shall be those who occupy, or have occupied, responsible positions in the work of engineering instruction, together with such other persons as may be recommended by the Council.

3. COUNCIL—The Council of this society shall be composed of members from twenty or more engineering schools of the United States and Canada.

4. ELECTIONS.—The name of each candidate for membership shall be proposed in writing to the Council, by two members to whom he is personally known; such names shall be approved by the Council before the vote of the Society is taken. Members of the Council shall be elected in such manner as the Council shall prescribe.

5. FEES AND DUES.--The admission fee shall be three dollars and the annual dues two dollars, payable at the time of the annual meeting. Those in arrears more than one year shall not be entitled to vote nor to receive copies of the proceedings, and such members shall be notified thereof by the secretary one month previous to the annual meeting.

6. OFFICERS.—There shall be a president, two vice-presidents, a secretary, and a treasurer, each to hold office for one year. They shall be chosen by a vote of the members at the annual meeting. Members of the Council only shall be eligible to these offices.

The Council shall constitute a general executive body of the society, pass on proposals for membership, attend to all business of the society, receive and report on propositions for change of rules, and shall have power to fill temporary vacancies in the offices.

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7. MEETINGS.—There shall be a regular annual meeting occurring at the time and place of the meetings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

8. PUBLICATIONS.—The proceedings of the society, and such papers or abstracts as may be approved by the Council, shall be published as soon as possible after each annual meeting.

9. AMENDMENTS.—These rules may be amended by a two-thirds vote at any regular meeting, after action thereon by the council.

Rules Governing the Council.

In accordance with the constitution, the Council adopted the following rules:

1. This Council shall consist of twenty-one members, one-third of whom shall retire annually.

2. Any member of this society shall be eligible to election to the Council, provided that not more than one member of the council shall be from any one school.

3. Nominations for members of the council shall be in the hands of the secretary on or before June 1, of each year. Members of the Council shall be elected by ballot by the entire membership of the society.

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