Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Engineering and Technology Education
Dr. Paul Schreuders
In this world of political unrest; in these times of climate change; in this world of high prices and foreign dependence, energy is of great importance to our modern society. How we get our energy is of timely importance. Energy independence and keeping our air clean is of national vital interest. Wind energy has withstood the litmus test of politics and economics and is now the fastest growing form of energy development in the world today. Wind energy has proven over time and with many technological advances to be an economically viable and clean resource.
Swapp, Andrew G., "Development of Curriculum Resources for Introducing Wind Power into Technology and Engineering Education Programs" (2011). All Graduate Plan B and other Reports. 45.
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