If you're old enough to remember when 2001: A Space Odyssey” seemed to be a plausible look at the future, then you probably remember an engineering education where mechanical and electrical engineers met in the hallway but not in the classroom and the labs you puttered in looked the same as they did 50 years earlier. Actually, you don't have to be much older than 30 to have experienced an education where the various disciplines were segregated both in the classroom and laboratory. This type of education is becoming rare as a more interdisciplinary approach to engineering education becomes the norm.
Citation: ASHRAE Journal, vol. 43, no. 11, November 2001
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