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Projects : Golden Gate Bridge Exhibit

Golden Gate Bridge Outdoor Exhibition

PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

Public Works Projects as Vehicles for Engineering Education and Outreach -
S. Weiss, D. Heil, and T. Anagnos

Paper from the 120th ASEE (American Society of Engineering Education) Conference and Exposition - June 23-26th, Atlanta, GA.

June 2013
Public Works for Public Learning: A Case Study -
T. Anagnos, B. Carroll, S. Weiss, and D. Heil

Paper from the 120th ASEE (American Society of Engineering Education) Conference and Exposition - June 23-26th, Atlanta, GA.

June 2013

The Golden Gate Bridge As a Public Learning Resource -
R. Reitherman

4-page project summary

Sept 2011

Public Works for Public Learning -
D. Mulligan and R. Reitherman

News article from the APWA Reporter publication (June 2011)

June 2011

The Golden Gate Bridge Outdoor Exhibition: Public Works for Public Learning -
D. Mulligan and R. Reitherman

from Proceedings of the 2011 American Society of Civil Engineers Architectural Engineering Institute Conference - March 31-April 2, 2011, Oakland, CA.

April 2011

Special Invitation to APWA Members: Public Works for Public Learning -
D. Mulligan and R. Reitherman

News article from the APWA Reporter publication (Nov 2010)

Nov 2010

Design Guide for the Golden Gate Bridge Outdoor Exhibition -
D. Mulligan and R. Reitherman

This First Draft included descriptions and sketches of alternatives and explains the rationale for proposed decisions.

April 2010

Outdoor Golden Gate exhibit will open to visitors in 2012 -
M. Prado

from the Marin Independent Journal - October 21, 2009

Oct 2009



Funding for the project has been provided by the Division of Research on Learning in Formal and Informal Settings, National Science Foundation. Dr. Al DeSena is the NSF project officer for this award. Any opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

All images are the property of the Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District and cannot be re-used without its permission. Contact Mary Currie, Public Affairs Director, mcurrie@goldengate.org

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