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MIT launches its first “Online X” course for STEM professionals. More >>

 

University of Idaho’s program teaches the business side of engineering More >>

 

New math for their online school rankings. Let’s see how it adds up. More >>

 

Resources to keep your Engineering Skills up to snuff More >>

 

Aerial Assist, the 2014 FIRST Robotics Competition, is underway. More >>

 

Nizhniy Novgorod State Technical University and MSC grow their Engineering Training Program. More >>

 

Dr. Ron Sega and CH2M HILL team up to help fill the engineering employment gap. More >>

 

This infamous dessert can be a useful teaching tool. More >>

 

These bioengineering students see the value in engineering education. More >>

 

University of Colorado Boulder’s new program helps novice programmers create their own videoga... More >>

 

Civilian contractor at Kandahar Air Field completes her engineering masters online. More >>

 

Chemical Engineering and coffee combine in a buzz-worthy way. More >>

 

President’s Council advises semi-laissez faire approach to MOOCs vs. College. More >>

 

A look at the risks involved in accusing students of online cheating. More >>

 

WICHE survey reveals where online education thrives and where it falls short. More >>

 

Embry-Riddle’s “Project Haiti” provides water to those in need More >>

 

Remembering Chuck Vest, former MIT, NAE president and ISS Committee Chair. More >>

 

Academic and work experience mesh in design competitions. More >>

 

FutureLearn & IET join to provide MOOCs for Engineering Professional Development. More >>

 

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