Assessing the Civil Engineering Body of Knowledge in the Affective Domain

@inproceedings{Dennis2018AssessingTC,
  title={Assessing the Civil Engineering Body of Knowledge in the Affective Domain},
  author={Dr. Norman D. Dennis},
  year={2018}
}
Norman D. Dennis, Jr., is a University Professor of Civil Engineering serving as the Senior Associate Dean of the College of Engineering at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. Before joining the U of A faculty in 1996, he served in the US Army as an engineer officer for 24 years. During his military career Dennis had the unique opportunity to build roads, airfields and other facilities on five different continents and spend over 11 years as a member of the faculty at the US Military… 
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