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  • The world has changed dramatically since the American Society for Engineering Education’s inception, fittingly during that showcase of U.S. invention and enterprise, the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair. To celebrate 125 years at the heart of engineering education, Prism’s editorial and design teams collaborated on a special commemorative issue that illuminates the important contributions engineering academics and researchers through engaging, incisive prose and creative director Nicola Nittoli’s spare, elegant design. An illustrated timeline of technological milestones and key events anchors the publication’s series of short features on the past and future of engineering education while providing crucial historical context. From the cover collage of past ASEE presidents to the roster of trailblazing “change agents” and personal testimonials, Prism’s special anniversary issue—which includes an insert depicting 125 years of engineering education by renowned artist David Plunkurt—portrays the diverse, inclusive professional society whose members continue to educate tomorrow’s innovators and problem solvers. 
#engineering  #engineer #technology #design #science  #asee #civilengineering #tech #engineeringlife #innovation #mechanicalengineering #follow #prize #winner #awards
  • The world has changed dramatically since the American Society for Engineering Education’s inception, fittingly during that showcase of U.S. invention and enterprise, the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair. To celebrate 125 years at the heart of engineering education, Prism’s editorial and design teams collaborated on a special commemorative issue that illuminates the important contributions engineering academics and researchers through engaging, incisive prose and creative director Nicola Nittoli’s spare, elegant design. An illustrated timeline of technological milestones and key events anchors the publication’s series of short features on the past and future of engineering education while providing crucial historical context. From the cover collage of past ASEE presidents to the roster of trailblazing “change agents” and personal testimonials, Prism’s special anniversary issue—which includes an insert depicting 125 years of engineering education by renowned artist David Plunkurt—portrays the diverse, inclusive professional society whose members continue to educate tomorrow’s innovators and problem solvers.
    #engineering #engineer #technology #design #science #asee #civilengineering #tech #engineeringlife #innovation #mechanicalengineering #follow #prize #winner #awards
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  • Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering Joshua Gess brought wheelchair basketball to @oregonstate. Read the full, inspirational story behind this accomplished academic and athlete's Rolling Beavers program in the next #Engineering Alumni Magazine – coming soon.
  • Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering Joshua Gess brought wheelchair basketball to @oregonstate. Read the full, inspirational story behind this accomplished academic and athlete's Rolling Beavers program in the next #Engineering Alumni Magazine – coming soon.
  •  64  3  31 January, 2019
  • A iluminação artificial é responsável por 50% do consumo do consumo de energia nos edifícios comerciais e uma parte considerável da energia em outros edifícios não residenciais. Atualmente, o uso da luz natural combinada com sistemas de iluminação de alta eficiência permite a economia de 30 a 50% e em alguns casos é possível alcançar até 70%.
Os requisitos de luz natural dependem da função do edifício, suas horas de uso, o tipo de usuário e as necessidades de vistas, intimidade e ventilação, bem como os objetivos energéticos e ambientais.ㅤ
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Os espaços que recebem luz natural são mais econômicos e atrativos para trabalhar. Sem contar o fato de que a carência de luz no ambiente pode causar problemas à saúde, como o transtorno afetivo estacional (TAE) e a falta de vitamina D.ㅤ
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  • A iluminação artificial é responsável por 50% do consumo do consumo de energia nos edifícios comerciais e uma parte considerável da energia em outros edifícios não residenciais. Atualmente, o uso da luz natural combinada com sistemas de iluminação de alta eficiência permite a economia de 30 a 50% e em alguns casos é possível alcançar até 70%.
    Os requisitos de luz natural dependem da função do edifício, suas horas de uso, o tipo de usuário e as necessidades de vistas, intimidade e ventilação, bem como os objetivos energéticos e ambientais.ㅤ

    Os espaços que recebem luz natural são mais econômicos e atrativos para trabalhar. Sem contar o fato de que a carência de luz no ambiente pode causar problemas à saúde, como o transtorno afetivo estacional (TAE) e a falta de vitamina D.ㅤ
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  •  53  4  31 January, 2019
  • We are looking 🔎 for an Engineering ⚙ Manager that will direct and grow their team. 🔗 in bio 🔗
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#grvjobs #grnvictoria #jobs #hiring #engineering #recruiters https://grnvictoria.blog/2019/01/22/engineering-manager-tulsa-oklahoma-global-recruiters-victoria/ …
  • We are looking 🔎 for an Engineering ⚙ Manager that will direct and grow their team. 🔗 in bio 🔗



    #grvjobs #grnvictoria #jobs #hiring #engineering #recruiters https://grnvictoria.blog/2019/01/22/engineering-manager-tulsa-oklahoma-global-recruiters-victoria/ …
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  • Today’s throwback Thursday features Jillian Yong who graduated BME (concentration in nanotechnology), in 2018! 🎓

Jillian is from Los Angeles🌞 She remembers Boston as really (really) cold (still is) but loved living in such a vibrant and fun city! She moved to Philly to start her job with GSK in the Tech Future Leaders Program, which is a rotation program with a Tech/IT focus. She says she wouldn’t be here if it weren’t for the opportunities and support BU gave her! She’s so grateful for all the mentors and friendships she made (shoutout to her 15A WISE fam and the amazing people at ERB107!) After grad, she went backpacking through Hong Kong, Japan and Korea and her favorite place hands down was Nara, Japan, which has deer roaming around the city. 🦌

#tbt #societaleng #bostonuniversity #engineering #staywarmterriers
  • Today’s throwback Thursday features Jillian Yong who graduated BME (concentration in nanotechnology), in 2018! 🎓

    Jillian is from Los Angeles🌞 She remembers Boston as really (really) cold (still is) but loved living in such a vibrant and fun city! She moved to Philly to start her job with GSK in the Tech Future Leaders Program, which is a rotation program with a Tech/IT focus. She says she wouldn’t be here if it weren’t for the opportunities and support BU gave her! She’s so grateful for all the mentors and friendships she made (shoutout to her 15A WISE fam and the amazing people at ERB107!) After grad, she went backpacking through Hong Kong, Japan and Korea and her favorite place hands down was Nara, Japan, which has deer roaming around the city. 🦌

    #tbt #societaleng #bostonuniversity #engineering #staywarmterriers
  •  97  0  31 January, 2019

Top #engineering Posts

  • What’s on the slab? 🤔
I’ve been modifying the stand for the Radius Master belt linisher this weekend 😁 
The original base wasn’t as rigid as I’d like due to being made of sheet steel, it was also a pain to move around the shop due to the wheels being at the back and there’s nowhere to store the additional rollers and fixtures I’ve made for it.
Picked up a short set of old steel drawers last week which are perfect for storing the accessories and a bit of 16mm (5/8”)plate makes it a much more rigid base.
I usually use a 90 degree spotting drill for countersinking flat head socket screws. The heads on metric ones are a nominal diameter to match the drill bits so you can drill slightly deeper than the surface and get a nice flush fit without a wide depression around the outside. 
Using a spotting drill first there’s no chatter either 😀 For these M8 screws it’s a 16mm spotting drill which is the largest size I can fit in the Schaublin 53 high speed head.
A lick of paint to match the drawers and it’s ready to use this week 😁👍
  • What’s on the slab? 🤔
    I’ve been modifying the stand for the Radius Master belt linisher this weekend 😁
    The original base wasn’t as rigid as I’d like due to being made of sheet steel, it was also a pain to move around the shop due to the wheels being at the back and there’s nowhere to store the additional rollers and fixtures I’ve made for it.
    Picked up a short set of old steel drawers last week which are perfect for storing the accessories and a bit of 16mm (5/8”)plate makes it a much more rigid base.
    I usually use a 90 degree spotting drill for countersinking flat head socket screws. The heads on metric ones are a nominal diameter to match the drill bits so you can drill slightly deeper than the surface and get a nice flush fit without a wide depression around the outside.
    Using a spotting drill first there’s no chatter either 😀 For these M8 screws it’s a 16mm spotting drill which is the largest size I can fit in the Schaublin 53 high speed head.
    A lick of paint to match the drawers and it’s ready to use this week 😁👍
  •  571  11  8 hours ago
  • You don’t need a PhD to be a scientist.
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In fact, you don’t need any degree to be a scientist! There are so many ways to do science and be a scientist. .
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This photo was taken when I was in my third year of undergrad prior to graduating - I had worked in a lab over the summer and was allowed to go to a conference to present my work as a poster. I ended up WINNING the poster prize this year even as an undergrad who had no degree yet, and in some people’s eyes, wasn’t even a scientist. .
Yes this is still a pretty traditional version of being a scientist - working in a lab and presenting work at a conference but I wanted to use it as an example because this was prior to me having any qualifications (aka. My piece of paper) and yet I was still able to win a prize for presenting my work!
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The takeaway message is that you can be a scientist no matter what qualifications you do or do not have. Science is about asking questions, seeking new information and learning more about the world around us. A piece of paper does not make me better at science that somebody who doesn’t have one. .
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So I challenge you to comment below what you do that makes you a scientist, no matter what that means to you!
  • You don’t need a PhD to be a scientist.
    .
    In fact, you don’t need any degree to be a scientist! There are so many ways to do science and be a scientist. .
    .
    This photo was taken when I was in my third year of undergrad prior to graduating - I had worked in a lab over the summer and was allowed to go to a conference to present my work as a poster. I ended up WINNING the poster prize this year even as an undergrad who had no degree yet, and in some people’s eyes, wasn’t even a scientist. .
    Yes this is still a pretty traditional version of being a scientist - working in a lab and presenting work at a conference but I wanted to use it as an example because this was prior to me having any qualifications (aka. My piece of paper) and yet I was still able to win a prize for presenting my work!
    .
    .
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    The takeaway message is that you can be a scientist no matter what qualifications you do or do not have. Science is about asking questions, seeking new information and learning more about the world around us. A piece of paper does not make me better at science that somebody who doesn’t have one. .
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    So I challenge you to comment below what you do that makes you a scientist, no matter what that means to you!
  •  1,418  33  5 hours ago