Many people never think of where our toilet paper comes from, or the plastic packaging around gifts, or the machine-engineered bolts that hold together you new land mower. But the fact is, nearly every consumer good made and sold would have been a mechanical marvel just 100 years ago. While high profile inventors and entrepreneurs . . .
"Every flyer who ventures across oceans to distant lands is a potential explorer; in his or her breast burns the same fire that urged adventurers of old to set forth in their sailing-ships for foreign lands." - Jean Batten In the earliest days of human civilization, there were myths of flight. Whether it be Icarus . . .
Modern life can be a constant barrage of demands on our attention. Traditional pulls for eyeballs and dollars have given way to digital, mobile, and social media campaigns to push consumers in endless directions. One thing is clear: organizations of all sizes need marketing experts to help them stand out from crowded marketplaces, or bring . . .
Nursing is an indispensable part of our medical system. Nurses work in hospitals, homes, clinics, schools, and many other environments. They provide care, educate patients, advocate on their behalf, coordinate services in many ways, among other ever-expanding roles and responsibilities. Nurses are extremely demanded and the field is expended to grow tremendously in the coming . . .
Forests are the Earth's lungs. They're home to the densest concentrations of land animals. And they feed, clothe, house, and help provide us with many products. Many of the world's most revered and sacred places are forests. Forests are where many of our ancient ancestors lived, as well as the species that have come before . . .
"Before you treat a man with a condition, know that not all cures can heal all people. For the chemistry that works on one patient may not work for the next, because even medicine has its own conditions." ― Suzy Kassem While Pharmacy and Pharmacology degrees are related, they are separate fields that offer different . . .
At their brightest moments, civilizations and mankind as individuals have looked to their past -- shared triumph, despair, and culture -- to inform their present and future. Many of our shared and oldest tales still ring the most true (albeit perhaps with odd dialects, or clothing, or mannerisms). For this reason, from the very earliest . . .
Do you enjoy taking things apart to see how you can make them even better? Do you care about creations that not only do a job, but help people or the planet? What if we told you there's a degree that studies just this? Well there is, and it's called environmental engineering. Environmental engineering is . . .