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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.
Ruben Acevedo Receives UMD Graduate Student Distinguished...
Award recognizes grad student who has made outstanding contributions to the university community.
I had never heard of the 14 Grand Challenges before, but I see now how important it is to solve those challenges. The world is evolving faster than it ever has before, and engineers need to start solving problems that impact society as a whole, and not just for the sake of capitalism.
'Fluorinated interphase' bolsters water-based zinc battery...
Wang Research Group collaborating with ARL publishes study in Nature Nanotechnology.
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