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    Aristotle’s framework, and then analyze their own field for specific traits needed. The field of specialty for this paper is biomedical engineering.…

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    every branch of engineering. Ways to Get Into the Field What do you need to learn to be able to get a head start as an engineer? You can study and read about science, math, and technology. You can visit technology museums. You can get involved with local Science Fairs and other invention challenges. But all you really need to do is think like an engineer: what problems would you like to solve? How would you solve them? Children from around the world have designed engineering projects that…

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    credential recognition in Australia, as well as in the provinces of Alberta and British Columbia, Canada. The scan will first identify high-level policies towards foreign credential recognition, and then specifically policies for the profession of engineering. The findings will inform strategic directions for the province of Ontario, Canada. The paper has selected Australia, and the provinces of British Columbia (B.C.) and Alberta due its similarities to Canada and the province of Ontario. Both…

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    Engineering belongs in many different fields, but what makes them similar is the thought process of the engineer. Engineers have to have an innate curiosity about them they not only have to wonder about how the world the works and why it works that way, but have to look for opportunities to enhance life in every field they can. Civil engineers look at the world and land to create something different and functional then what was there before. Civil engineers mostly work on structures to help…

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    engineer today. After passing my school and college having an excellent record, I satisfied my thirst for the practical knowledge of science and math by admitting myself into Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology (AUST), one of the top most engineering universities of Bangladesh. When it came to choose the department selection, I had to take an authentic decision for my betterment in life. As a developed country, Bangladesh is highly dependent on its industries. However, there are some…

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    constructions, due to my father’s profession in civil engineering, I was always connected to the construction world. Since I was a child, I have asked myself many questions related to the construction world.ironically the more I grew, the more questions I had. Like Socrates once said, “I know that I know nothing.” My connection with civil engineering started with my father’s career in civil engineering.…

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    Discuss an experience that sparked your interest in this field. I was a young freshman, wandering the halls of Cambridge High School attempting to find my classes without being late. During my freshman year, I was enrolled in a fascinating science class; biology. I became amazed at everything that I learned about and how every body system was so intricate in its functioning. I also loved how different levels of organization affect upper levels of the body system. However, there was another…

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    harder science ones like Chemistry or Biology. I also did not go to the Health Science tables. This event made me very excited about the PPE Major. I went to the “What’s in a Major” events for Computer Science, Physics, and PPE. I did not go to Engineering because it was not yet on my radar. The Computer Science advisor was very nice and made me very excited about Computer Science. She especially liked pointing out the combined majors and the possibility of putting different things together.…

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    1. Introduction Engineering affects all aspects of our lives, for instance, every building, object and machine that we use every day has been designed and built by engineers. Therefore the ethics and values of engineers have an important impact on society. There are many engineering challenges today. It was identified by the national science foundation that there are fourteen main engineering challenges. The challenge which is the focus of this report is access to clean water. We would expect…

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    criticizes the STEM program, citing the shortages of the program and implications of the policy on education and the workforce. His book excellently brings out a wealth of data and information, revealing the history of booms and bust in science and engineering employment. It as well outlines the shortages of STEM, as fault tool for lobbying for high skills and used to curb immigration. Even though the book presents great ideas in relation to challenges of investing in scientific research, it has…

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