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    Like general ethics, engineering ethics also involves investigations into values, meaning and facts. These inquiries in the field of engineering ethics are of three types. 1. Normative Inquiries 2. Conceptual Inquiries 3. Factual or Descriptive Inquiries 2.4.1 Normative Inquiries These inquiries are mostly helpful to identify the…

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    Why I Choose Penn

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    UPenn’s College of Engineering is among the finest in the world. Penn is well known for it's programs such as the Penn Integrates Knowledge initiative and award-winning professors like Dr. Kumar, whose robotics research earned him induction to the National Academy of Engineers. All faculty members approach their subject matter with unmatched enthusiasm and vivacity, providing students an incomparable opportunity to master their content. But what attracts me the most is that the school does not…

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    certain occupation. In male and female dominated occupations the salaries differ which relates to the concept of occupational segregation based on gender. This all becomes evident when looking at a male dominated profession, such as mechanical engineering with only 8.8% women, a female dominated profession, such as preschool teachers and kindergarten teachers with 97.2% women and a gender neutral occupation, such as postsecondary teachers with 50.2% women. There are a variety of factors that can…

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    health. However, coming to this firm decision to become a doctor took a gradual process. When I was 9 years old, I always wanted to be a spy or detective because I loved the innovative gadgets spies used. However, seventh grade open doors to the field of science. From then, I wanted to pursue a career that involved studying science, working based…

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    life is to pursue MS in Computer Science in your esteemed university. I have been fascinated by computers since I first touched them in class 4. So, naturally I took up graduation in engineering in Computer Science. I nuture high hopes of practical research in computer science and contribute to the computing field and society at large. In graduation 1st year, I was associated with a networking…

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    example, when women try to enter the STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics) field there are so many restrictions that they encounter. Society views a STEM career as a “man’s” job and it therefore leads to unwanted circumstances. Women should have their equal rights when it comes to education, there shouldn’t be so many hurdles for them to overcome, and women need to step up their game it’s a dog eat dog world, and the STEM field should not be underrepresented for women and should…

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    Engineering a Career for Life (Rough Draft) With technology constantly advancing in the healthcare industry, many jobs have been created to continue these advancements. One of which is the job of a biomedical engineer. Through the combination of engineering with medical and biological sciences, biomedical engineers can make major advances in healthcare technology. While it requires a lot of advanced mathematics, being a biomedical engineer would be a good career for the future that I would be…

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    of chemistry and to apply its attributes into our daily lives. I have always been deeply fascinated by chemistry and mathematics, and I am highly motivated to achieve my goals in these fields. Thus, I recognize that by studying at the University of Waterloo, a university that offers the most illustrious engineering and mathematics programs in the country, it will fulfill my desire for knowledge and develop a solid…

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    On the 16th of September 2016, Doctor Ray Stefani gave a lecture titled: Engineering and Technology: History, Doing the Seemingly Impossible, Helpful Hints for Studying and Using Your Time at Chaffey the Smart Way. Dr. Stefani went on lecture about what he loves about being an Electrical Engineering, briefly. His lecture was actually about the preparation of our journeys to transfer, the Olympics; oddly enough once Dr. Stefani started his lecture it all made sense, Dr. Stefani seemed passionate…

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    Biomedical Engineering

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    ones too? well, all these are possible because of biomedical engineering. I chose to research Biomedical Engineering(BME) because I would like to help the sick and injured. Before, I wanted to become a surgeon but soon after found out that I can’t handle the sight of blood to well. After a couple weeks of researching this career, I have concluded that being a BME is best for me because it has a lot to do with technological engineering, It helps people, and helps promote lifelong learning. The…

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