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10 Influential Women in Engineering

One hundred and forty years ago, on February 16, 1880, the American Society of Mechanical Engineers was founded by leading U.S. industrialists, educators, technical journalists, designers, shipbuilders, military engineers, and inventors. All men.

It wasn’t until 1918, when Kate Gleason …

By Kelli Delfosse
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4 Tips for Reapplying to a Company That Rejected You

Rejection is a part of life. You see an attractive potential partner, so you ask that individual out. Sometimes you get a yes, sometimes a no. In high school, maybe you tried out for the school musical or basketball team. …

By Kelli Delfosse
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3 Questions Never to Ask Your Interviewer—and What to Ask Instead

Inevitably, at the end of any job interview, your interviewer will ask, “So, do you have any questions for me?” And if you’re truly interested in getting the job, you’ll need to respond with more than, “No, I don’t.” Since …

By Kelli Delfosse
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Misfits, Geniuses, and Ringleaders: Why Product Management May Be Perfect for You

This article is for recent graduates with an entrepreneurial mindset who are thinking about what would be the perfect job for them. It’s also for people thinking about moving into product management. I’m going to start with a question. Raise …

By Kelli Delfosse
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6 Tips for Starting and Succeeding at a Fully Remote Job

Whether you like it or not, remote work is here to stay. This means when you accept your next job, chances are it will be partially, if not fully, remote. So here’s how to begin and succeed at a new …

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McKelvey Engineering Professional Development Stipend

In an effort to provide an equitable opportunity for students to make professional connections, stay current with developments and advancements in …

WashU CNX

WashU CNX is a mentor-focused online community where you can build connections with fellow students, alumni, and friends of the university …