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The Most In-Demand (And Aging) Engineering Jobs

The Most In-Demand (And Aging) Engineering Jobs.

Our Dean of Engineering, Prof. Pearl Sullivan, pointed out this interesting article from Forbes magazine.  Much of the information I’ve seen before in various places, but it’s a nice compilation and summary.  155 more words

Engineering Education

Details matter

In a comment on Mark Guzdial’s blog post Pushback in California on Computing in Schools, “lizaloop” wrote

2. While I support the effort to bring programming into schools I’d like to see us also emphasize the concept of each person taking charge of his or her own learning.

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Learning from Group Assignments

Athens, OH 14 September 2014

Everyone has had to do it…and not everyone prefers it…but group work is one of the most important things that our professors can teach us before we graduate. 222 more words

Chemical And Bimolecular Engineering

Engineering the Bottle Cap Opener

At BYU, the engineering Capstone senior project year is now underway. There are 179 students. The first two weeks included lecture on the fundamentals of product development by Professors Carl Sorensen and Brian Jensen regarding Opportunity Development, Architecture Development, Subsystem Engineering, System Refinement, Producibility Refinement, and Post-Release Refinement. 166 more words

Design

Preparing for the OUF

The Ontario Universities’ Fair (OUF) is coming up next weekend (Sept 19-21), and the admissions staff have been busy preparing.  There are travel and hotel arrangements, training of volunteers, and all sorts of other things to do.   437 more words

Engineering Education

AICTE woos school dropouts to make them industry ready

Pune Mirror | Sep 12, 2014 | By: Sandeep Kolhatkar

It is a new arrangement of convenience, to build up a work-force to fill the void of the ever-increasing empty seats in engineering colleges… 731 more words

2014-15

My first lecture

I was contracted at the beginning of the year as an assistant lecturer for the course CHE2040S, a second year course that focuses on fluid flow and heat transfer. 834 more words

Academia