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The public once esteemed engineers as both visionaries and leaders in a noble profession essential to the welfare of humankind. Today, though, engineers are often seen as mere advisors and technicians. In her book, The 21st-Century Engineer, Dr. Galloway argues that this situation must change and that the means to do so are in the hands of engineers themselves. In this show she will discuss the new global landscape where megaprojects, sustainability, infrastructure security, and multicultural work teams pose challenges for which engineers may be unprepared. She will also discuss why she believes the existing system for educating engineers must change, and discuss her proposal for a new master’s degree in professional engineering management. During the Show You Can Call In With Live Questions at (619) 768-7206 Guest Profile: As a leader in the field of engineering and construction, Dr. Patricia Galloway P.E, CPENG, PMP, MRICS, CFCC is recognized globally for her expertise in program/project management, risk management, corporate governance, and standard of care and is regularly consulted by private and public companies and organizations; international investment banks on trends in the industry; the media regarding current topics and events; universities seeking input on university curricula, mentor programs, engineering education, and diversity issues; and professional societies relative to topics of interest to its membership. She is the author of The 21st-Century Engineer.
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