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Engineering Degrees Could Pay Off in the Marketing Field

According to AdAge, engineers are quickly infiltrating the marketing industry, in large part because marketers are looking for new ways to use big data to refine their strategies.

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Drones taking off at college campuses nationwide.
Drones Taking Off at College Campuses Nationwide

Online retailer Amazon recently made headlines when it announced plans to use unmanned aerial vehicles, more commonly known as drones, to deliver customers' packages.

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Solving real problems can be an effective way to learn new material.
Hands-On Experience Improves Learning, Bolsters Post-College Career Paths

For some students, reading chapters of a textbook may not be the most effective way to learn about certain subjects.

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Elon Musk’s Hyperloop Demonstrates the Importance of STEM Fields

The billionaire behind SpaceX and Tesla Motors has proposed an advanced transportation system that relies on cutting-edge science and engineering.

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Foreign Students Are the Majority in STEM Graduate Programs

A majority of international students study science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
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Thursday, Jul 18 2013 12:00 PM

Engineering Students Use Expertise to Design Kenyan Bridge

A small group of engineering majors from the University of Buffalo recently put their knowledge to work to help a less fortunate community in Africa.
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Wednesday, Jul 17 2013 12:00 PM

New York City Mayor's Donations to Alma Mater Top $1 Billion

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg recently announced that he will give $350 million to The Johns Hopkins University, bringing his total of lifetime donations to the school to $1 billion.
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Wednesday, Jan 30 2013 12:00 PM

University of Houston Launches Nation's First Subsea Engineering Master's Program

Officials from the University of Houston (UH) recently announced that they have received the state's approval to launch the country's first subsea engineering master's degree program.
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Wednesday, Oct 24 2012 11:00 AM

U.S. Turns to South Korea for Tips on Producing More Engineers

In recent years, various studies have emerged suggesting that the U.S. has lost its position as the most highly educated nation in the world.
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Thursday, Jul 19 2012 11:55 AM

College Students' Inventions Tackle Everything From Sticking Ketchup to Sore Feet

Recently, a team of students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology created a product that could save one million tons of food from being thrown out each year - a stick-less ketchup bottle.
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Thursday, May 24 2012 11:33 AM