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The Crisis in Power Engineering Education

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These are the four problem areas, as perceived by our membership, in our present Power Engineering Education programs. Most of the solutions expressed have been used in one form or another by various individuals, companies, or universities. Hopefully they will be adopted more universally. And it is in these areas that the Power Engineering Society is going to concentrate its efforts. But are there other areas that should be explored? Are there other solutions that should be tried? If you have any further suggestions or comments, please contact President Hissey, myself, or any other member of Adcom.

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Power Engineering Review, IEEE  (Volume:PER-6 ,  Issue: 5 )

Date of Publication:

May 1986

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