Entries for October 2015

How to Study Engineering and Still Have A Life
Most of the time when we think about studying engineering we imagine ourselves slaving away at the l...
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Breaking Down the Cost of Engineering School Automobile Contests
Arizona State does the math. Does it cost too much for students to build a competitive SAE car?
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Department of Education Gives $3 Million to Expand Minorities in STEM Education
Boost for 13 universities and colleges serving STEM education to large minority populations.
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NYU’s Engineering Masters Programs Win Award for Online Education Pedagogy
Online Learning Consortium recognizes NYU’s quantitative metrics and online pedagogy
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Anthropomorphic Robotic Arm 3D Printed in One Piece
Tennessee Tech students receive innovative design award from ASME.
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How Socioeconomic Inequality Affects STEM Education
Study shows that schools fail to teach critical math skills to economically-disadvantaged students.
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Free FE Exam Prep Course: Civil and Mechanical Engineering
Georgia Tech releases MOOC to refresh the fundamentals of engineering for PE license.
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National Academy of Engineering Announces Video Contest Winners
Meet the headliners from the YouTube-based Engineering for You video contest by NAE.
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Engineers Sound Off on the Accuracy of The Martian
Sci-fi mission to Mars gone wrong is rooted in science and engineering - mostly.
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Finding Atomic-Scale Point Defects in Materials
Scanning transmission electron microscopy used to create three-dimensional image of atom positions.
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