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Why American Women Graduates are Quitting Engineering

So I dug into another "women in engineering" report, trying to see if anyone had cracked the code on why women tend to leave engineering 2-3x more often, despite being just as qualified. It's a 64-page review of graduates all … Continue reading

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Help with Graduate School Thesis & Degree

Need help developing your thesis for an engineering, science, or business graduate degree? Or perhaps you want to know what you’re getting into before you sign on for grad school? Maybe you're researching engineering degrees online and found this article? … Continue reading

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Skills, process descriptions, and solved problems at the Enggcyclopedia

An excellent resource on process, instrumentation, and piping engineering: the Engineering Design Encyclopedia. Whether you're looking for a sample heat exchanger calculation, just learning what the term flow meter means, or trying to discover how a sulfur recovery unit works, … Continue reading

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Researching careers, degrees, and online credits at onlinedegrees.org

Onlinedegrees.org is a helpful website for students of all types - it provides you information on getting a degree online, but also has summaries and statistics on different career fields. I think it's the perfect short amount of data to … Continue reading

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Don’t lose your access to Cheresources.com

If you took somebody's advice and subscribed to Cheresources.com you had better read THIS article on keeping yourself on the mailing list.  They are moving to a new website platform and seem to be trying to draw more people to … Continue reading

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