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Energy Systems Engineering Graduate Certificate

The Department of Mechanical Engineering, in partnership with Engineering-LAS Online Learning is introducing a new online graduate certificate in Energy Systems Engineering.  In this 12 credit program, students take two core courses online and choose two electives from a variety of online courses.

You’re Invited!!!

Please join us for an Engineering-LAS Online Learning (ELO) Open House where you can learn about each of the areas in the ELO office, practice with new technology and WACOM hardware, and learn more about the Testing Center proctoring and testing services.

WS 320 XW, Ecofeminism

Women’s relationships with the earth, non-human nature, and other humans. The course explores the connections between society’s treatment of women and nature; origins of ecofeminism and how it relates to the science of ecology, conventional and sustainable agriculture as well as how ecofeminism relates to other branches of feminist philosophy. Evaluation and critique of modern … Continue reading WS 320 XW, Ecofeminism

Writing Workshop

Tuesday, Feb 5th (5:30-6:45pm): Writing for Scholarly Publications in Engineering Dr. Gary Mirka (Associate Dean of Undergraduate and Graduate Education, John Ryder Professor of Engineering) will lead a discussion of when, where, how, and why to write journal publications.  Also covered will be guidelines for authors and reviewers, elements of a good journal article, common mistakes, and … Continue reading Writing Workshop

Master of Engineering in Engineering Management

On line or on campus, the Engineering Management Program focuses on developing an individual’s engineering, science and management skills so they can succeed in a technology driven environment.  There is a growing need for engineers that can build and lead multi-disciplinary teams, while confronting technical and business challenges by applying a systems approach to solving … Continue reading Master of Engineering in Engineering Management

Anthropolgy 309, Introduction to Culture and Language

Introduction to study of language, culture and society from an anthropological perspective. Focus on language and thought, ethnography of speaking, discourse and narrative, writing and literacy, and media communication. Discussion of key theories and methods of linguistic anthropology. More information located here!