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Engineering majors earn top salaries for grads—with a caveat

University Business

The starting salaries for recent bachelor’s degree earners, however, show that while universities are quickly preparing for a new workforce, traditional pathways in engineering are still the most lucrative positions for the young workforce. Civil engineering – $65,000 (tie) Economics (tie) Business Analytics (tie) Mathematics 15.

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Humane Ingenuity 46: Can Engineered Writing Ever Be Great?

Dan Cohen

As we await the next generation of engineered writing, of tools like ChatGPT that are based on large language models (LLMs), it is worth pondering whether they will ever create truly great and unique prose, rather than the plausible-sounding mimicry they are currently known for.

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Forging Engineering Pathways

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Electrical Engineering Education:   B.S. in Computer Science and Mathematics with minors in Global Engineering Leadership and Arabic, University of Maryland Mentors:   Joyce D. Georgia Tech University; Dr. Ehsan Adeli, Stanford University Favour Nerrise was interested in engineering even before she knew what it was.

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EdTech Connect Launches Education Technology Search Engine

Campus Technology

A new AI-powered search engine created exclusively for higher education professionals has been created by technology marketplace company EdTech Connect. The platform offers access to information at thousands of U.S. higher education institutions to help IT professionals making technology purchase decisions.

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Engineering success center opens at Boise State

Inside Higher Ed

Image: Boise State University opened its Micron Student Success Center earlier this year and will formally induct the space in April, offering a consolidation of resources for its engineering students to promote a sense of belonging and create a resource center. ’” explains JoAnn Lighty, dean of the College of Engineering.

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Tenacity Propels African Immigrant Along Engineering Path

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Favour Nerrise was interested in engineering even before she knew what it was. Exposure to engineering doesn’t really exist for my family,” she said. Exposure to engineering doesn’t really exist for my family,” she said. Growing up, there wasn’t really anyone telling me that engineering was a path I could take.

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Plan B Propels Engineer to Higher Ed Leadership

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

“I then thought, because I was very good in math and science, perhaps I could become an engineer and design an airplane for others to pilot,” said Lim, who joined the NJIT in July 2022 as its ninth president and a distinguished professor of mechanical engineering. That began my pathway forward and my love of engineering.”