Recent research suggests strongly that the odds you’ll succeed improve if you’re intrinsically motivated; that means you want to do something for its own sake, because you feel a deep desire to do it. Extrinsic motivation – wanting to do something for some other,…
Some students ask why we use solidworks in our programs. The answer is simple: It’s the most affordable general CAD package for us; It’s well-known to be particularly easy to learn compared to most other CAD packages; It’s very popular…
MacLean’s published an article by Stephanie Findlay in 2010 that highlights a basic problem with University students: they don’t study enough anymore. Students generally spend 60% as much time studying now as they did 50 years ago.
Now think about this: in less than 10 years, SD card storage has improved 1000 times. Imagine what the next 10 years will bring!.
That’s how you wish a mathematician a Happy New Year.
I’ve always thought that statistics is one of the most important, yet underrepresented, cores of engineering. Stats matter. But there’s a Great Danger in using stats naively – the danger of confusing correlation and causation.