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APPENDIX B Contributions to the Committee Report Generated lay Participants in the Study Report of the Subcommittee on Educational Systems Report of the Panel on Undergraduate Education Report of the Panel on Graduate Education and Research Report of the Pane! on Technology Education Report of the Panel on Continuing Education Report of the Pane! on Infrastructure Diagramming and Modeling Report of the Pane! on Employment Characteristics Supplements on women in engineering and on the social content of minorities in engineering contributed by Helen Gouldner Supplement on the role of the federal government in the education and utilization of engineers contributed by W. Edward Lear and Donald G. Weinert Report of the Pane! on Engineering Interactions with Society Supplement on "Engineering in an Increasingly Complex Society: Historical Perspectives on Education, Practice, and Adaptation in American Engineering." Report of a Conference, July 19-21, 1983, sponsored by the committee, prepared by Arthur L. Donovan Report of the Panel on Support Organizations and the Engineering 130

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Community 13j Supplement of task force on society-atJarge contributed by Fred lerome Supplement on the professional/technical engineering societies con u~uted by Donald C. Inert Report of the Panel on Concerns and Responses Regarding Engineering Education

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