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How to Write a Great Engineering School Personal Statement Oct 03, 2022

The personal statement for engineering school is not just an essay. It has to be smart, engaging, typo-free, and capable of convincing exhausted admissions reviewers that you are a better fit for their program than the other thousands of applicants they are reviewing.

Cybersecurity Awareness Month: Expert Interview & Advocacy Guide Sep 30, 2022

October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, which aims to help individuals protect themselves online. It’s also an opportunity to recognize the important work that cybersecurity professionals do to keep us, our businesses, and our nation’s infrastructure safe.

10 Video Games for Civil Engineers Sep 01, 2022

The concepts of civil engineering are particularly well-suited for the game environment, emphasizing the proper distribution of resources, the management of supply chains, and how the built environment interacts with the lived environment.

The LGBTQ+ Community’s Guide to Engineering May 26, 2022

Many believe science and engineering to be strictly objective and dispassionate, but the identity of a person no doubt shapes his or her way of viewing the world. By discriminating against women, minorities, and members of the LGBTQ community, STEM fields are limiting their perspective and approaches to problem-solving.

How to Get an Engineering Internship Apr 07, 2022

Engineering internships are an increasingly important part of the transition from student to engineer. Internships provide an opportunity to put theoretical skills to work in hands-on environments. They also give engineering students valuable work experience, networking opportunities, and future career options.

Math and Statistics Awareness Month 2022: An Expert’s Guide on What You Don’t Know Mar 24, 2022

April is Math and Statistics Awareness Month, a time to increase the public’s understanding and appreciation of mathematics. Beginning in 1986 as Math Awareness Week, the occasion has grown with the field itself. Today, math powers practically everything, and holds the key to many of society’s most pressing issues, such as climate change, information security, and counteracting disease.

National Robotics Week 2022: An Expert’s Guide Mar 23, 2022

The 12th annual National Robotics Week (RoboWeek) takes place April 2-10, 2022. Established by Congress in 2010, this tech-focused week is about demonstrating the positive societal impacts of robotic technologies, and inspiring students of all ages to pursue careers related to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM).

Guide to Mechanical Engineering Internships (2022) Mar 02, 2022

Bachelor’s and master’s level mechanical engineering students who secure internships will earn exceptional early work experience, learn which areas of mechanical engineering they like and dislike, and find themselves more likely to be hired by their target companies post-graduation.

Year of the Groundwater 2022 & World Water Day: An Expert’s Advocacy Guide Feb 10, 2022

To help raise awareness of the importance of groundwater, the International Groundwater Resources Assessment Centre (IGRAC) has designated 2022 as the year of “Making the Invisible Visible: the Year of Groundwater.” Over 2.7 billion people a year experience water scarcity for at least one month a year.

10 Best Engineering Blogs for University Students in 2022 Jan 06, 2022

By reading a select number of engineering blogs, university students can gain access to the thoughts of some of the best engineers in the world, and get on the path to becoming one themselves.