Tag: engineering

Video Game Psychology: The Science that Goes Into Making Games Exciting

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Research Psychologist; Science in Action Representative, American Psychological Association

What makes playing video games so enjoyable? And what makes some games not so fun? Why is a game too hard for one person but not another? That's up to video game psychologists to figure out! read more

Ornithology: A Field for All Interests

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Student Writer

If "bird" is your word, majoring in ornithology could be right for you. And you might be surprised by the range of careers that are available in the field! read more

4 Differences Between Graduate and Undergrad STEM Programs

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Senior Director of Graduate Enrollment Management and Admissions, New York University Polytechnic School of Engineering

For many STEM students, the idea of pursuing graduate study is nothing new. But the transition to an advanced degree still might come as a shock. read more

Why I Chose to Study Biochemistry

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Student, St. Bonaventure University

Considering majoring in biochemistry? Your career prospects look bright. read more

What Makes a Good Engineer?

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Strength in math and science aren't the only keys to a successful career as an engineer. We sat down with an expert to find out what it really takes. read more

10 Excellent Graduate Degrees for Engineers

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Freelance Writer

If you're interested in becoming an engineer, a graduate program just might put you on track to work in the best field for your interests and strengths. read more

Show Me the Money: Defying Gender Stereotypes with Nontraditional Majors

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Author, College Admission Expert, Valley Prep Tutoring Services

Even though it's 2015, male nurses and female engineers still tend to be the exception, not the rule. But if you're interested in helping to break these stereotypes, there are plenty of scholarships out there to help. read more

Duke University Student Among Finalists for Permanent Mars Mission

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Could you leave the life you know on Earth to make history as one of the first Martians? This Duke University student wants to. read more

Infographic: Remarkable Advances in Electrical and Computer Engineering

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It's National Engineers Week, and if you're thinking about a career in engineering, the future has never been more full of opportunity. read more

Labs at the Edge of the Final Frontier

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Associate Director of Marketing and Recruitment, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Daytona Beach

"All the world's a lab to the inquiring mind." read more