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Subject:Re: research From:Bob Morrisette <Robert -dot- Morrisette -at- EBAY -dot- SUN -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 10 Apr 1997 08:50:39 -0700
> From D40CC -at- CUNYVM -dot- CUNY -dot- EDU Thu Apr 10 06:36:52 1997
> Date: Thu, 10 Apr 1997 09:21:13 EDT
> From: shane mitchell <D40CC -at- CUNYVM -dot- CUNY -dot- EDU>
> Subject: research
> To: TECHWR-L -at- LISTSERV -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU
> I am a technical writing student and I am doing a research paper
> titled " The future prospects for students enrolled in mechnical
> engineering, electrical engineering, and computer science." I am doing some
> research in the internet and I am looking for suggestion of sites to visit
> and keywords to use. If you have any suggestions they will be welcomed. Please
> mail suggestions (if any) to "TWAVE3 -at- AOL -dot- COM". Thanks for your help.
The Information Technology Association of America just published a
report showing fewer engineering and computer science degrees are being
awarded since 1986. (CS down 42%). see www.itaa.org
I wonder how this compares to tech writing and English degrees.
writer -at- sabu -dot- EBay -dot- sun -dot- com