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- From: Gary Ehrlich <GEhrlich(--nospam--at)mcecorp.com>
- Date: Wed, 12 Dec 2001 16:31:02 -0500
Unless the Maryland Terrapins make handbags of them! "The Tortoise and the Hare", anyone? 8-)
Though I'm actually a Johns Hopkins grad myself. Their undergraduate program seemed to fall into the preparing-for-research category. We had the basic steel and concrete design and the basic statics, mechanics, and soil courses. The rest of the program was advanced structural analysis (FEA, matrix, plate and shell methods), probability, and systems engineering. I don't think I've opened any of the latter group of textbooks since graduation (1990).
Gary J. Ehrlich, P.E.
Meyer Consulting Engineers Corp.
451 Hungerford Drive, Suite 113
Rockville, MD 20850
(301) 738-5695 (fax)
From: Glenn Otto [mailto:glenn(--nospam--at)libertyeng.net]
Sent: Wednesday, December 12, 2001 2:16 PM
Subject: RE: Engineering Education and Professional Practice
The Florida Gators could kick Cal Poly’s or Penn State’s butt. Oh, sorry, I thought we were talking football.
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