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Take the time to join organizations and clubs that can both help your professional development and serve as an academic support group. Use internships and research as an opportunity to determine where you want to take your career. Try to find a mentor whether it be informal or formal to help throughout your career.
Alum at Frontier of Commercial Space Tourism
Chris Huie ('11) joins Virgin Galactic’s final test before service begins.Read More
To this day I still lean on my engineering background. I tell people all the time I learned how to critically think and problem solve by studying to be an engineer. I have been blessed to leverage this throughout my career as a spine surgeon. Remember to always dream big and aim for the stars even if you fall short, you're still in the heavens!
New ‘FRRB’ packaging technology may solve an ingestible...
The innovation, which protects fragile components, has been published in the Nature journal Microsystems &...Read More
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