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Left-brain or Right-brain Dominant? Explore the Ideal Subjects to Nurture your Strengths

Ask a Tech Teacher

Here are some ideal subjects for left-brain dominant individuals: Electrical or Computer Engineering Electrical or computer engineering is a perfect fit for left-brain dominant individuals. Electrical or computer engineers design, develop and test electrical systems or computer software.

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2024 Young Scholars Program

Northeastern University

In the images seen below, the Young Scholars had a lot of fun working in pairs to build paper towers, competing against each other to test the success of their designs.

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REU-PATHWAYS 2024

Northeastern University

These projects span across many areas of study within the College of Engineering, as seen below: ‘Healthcare Analytics,’ Muhammad Noor E Alam , Associate Professor in Mechanical and Industrial Engineering ‘Complex Fluid Flows,’ Sara Hashmi , Assistant Professor in Chemical Engineering ; Affiliated Faculty in Mechanical and Industrial (..)

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YSP 2024 – Open for Applications

Northeastern University

This 6 week summer research program will run from June 24 to August 1 and will involve research in various fields of STEM such as chemistry, biology, pharmaceutical sciences, computer engineering, chemical engineering, and bioengineering with faculty and graduate student mentors.

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Why STEM Jobs are Good Jobs

Career in STEM

Between 2023 and 2033, the number of STEM jobs will grow 11 percent, compared to 5 percent for non-STEM jobs—with positions in computing, engineering, and advanced manufacturing leading the way. There is tremendous opportunity in STEM, and here are five statistics to prove it! via BLS ) STEM careers are very broad and diverse.

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The Role of Research in a Master’s in ECE Program

Career in STEM

Electrical and computer engineering are rapidly evolving fields with an ever-expanding scope of applications. In this article, we will explore the crucial role that research plays in a Master’s in Electrical and Computer Engineering program.

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A Summer of Research and Discovery

Northeastern University

Professor David Kaeli and his graduate student Kaustubh Shivdikar in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering are supporting two students while they conduct a Python: Data Mining and Machine Learning research project.