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Despite the global push for alternative fuels, the oil industry isn’t going away anytime soon. In fact, the need for petroleum engineers is so strong that a shortage…
Students who want to solve the energy crisis, clean up the environment, or be a part of a world that helps people have access to healthy food, clean water, and a stable infrastructure should seriously consider careers in civil engineering.
With the prevalence of smartphones, e-readers, and tablet computers, it should be no surprise that you can find applications, or apps, for these devices to enhance your classroom work.
The Regional Educational Laboratory (REL) Appalachia, in August, released their Fast Response Study report, Aligning Career and Technical Education with High-Wage and High-Demand Occupations in Tennessee, examined the availability of career and technical education program areas in state high schools; the proportion of high school graduates completing concentrations in career and technical program areas; and the alignment with regional job opportunities.