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Coping with the New Economy
Coping with the New Economy
Engineering Grads are still finding Good Jobs but they have to work harder to get them.

An Economy In Turmoil

By David Brindley

Engineering Grads are still finding good jobs, although it takes a little longer and they're fielding fewer offers than last year.

A First Class Partnership
When Olin College realized it couldn't open as scheduled, it devised a unique plan - admit 30 students to help shape the new engineering school.
A Dean of Their Own
Engineering students at the Unviersity of Washington know that Denice Denton, a self-described "bulldozer," will move mountains when it comes to their education.
Technology Strikes Back
New Technology can help Major League Baseball Umpires do a better job of making calls behind the plate.
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