The Trend in Engineering - Spring 2011

The Trend in Engineering - Spring 2011

Title image: Twenty-seven ways to give your career a lift

UW Engineering's Professional Programs

Engineers at all career stages and from industry giants to startups are heading back to the classroom or to online courses for master's degrees or specialty certificate programs tailored for professionals. Hear about it from the source – alumni of and current students in UW Engineering Professional Programs.

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Kristen Bengtson's Global Systems Training Widens Her Career Pathway »

"The GISE program trains you how to analyze and manage projects from a systems, global, and multicultural perspective."

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Jack Peng Is an Expert in the Age of Composites »

"The courses teach the theory behind composites, so you are more confident in everything you do. I would learn something in class and apply it the next day at work."

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Michael Hansen Stays on Top of Change »

"The push point for me is that as a leader you need to keep up with technology and academic advances so you can make good decisions."

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Steve Rabin's Game Is Artificial Intelligence »

"I returned to UW for a master's degree [because] most of the people writing the books and articles I was editing had advanced degrees, so I thought my education should be on par."

Diamond Awards—Friday, May 13

Diamond Awards logo Please plan to join Dean Matt O'Donnell on Friday, May 13, 2011 as we honor exceptional alumni and friends in the field of engineering. MORE »


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