Posts Tagged: Engineering Communication Program

Beating Procrastination

Your report is due in 2 weeks. You tell yourself that this time you are going to start early. A day goes by, then another, then the weekend. In a […]

Juggling Presentation Elements

Over the past year engineers around the globe have been giving countless presentations on technologies that have been saving lives and enabling communities to continue functioning safely. These engineers had […]

Does Your Writing Flow?

“Flow” is one of those words that communication instructors often use when they give feedback. Its presence makes a reader’s experience easy and pleasant, and its absence causes confusion and […]

Conducting Research: Building Credibility and Knowledge

Why Do Research? Engineering research skills are essential to your work. The work that engineers perform – including the primary research that engineers may carry out – is almost never […]

To Draft or Not to Draft

Engineers (and engineering students) write a lot. The sheer volume of reports, proposals, conceptual design documents, on top of all an engineer’s other tasks, can tempt you want to write […]

Professional Communication in a Virtual Environment

As students return to campus and instructors finalize the details of your courses, there is normally a distinct buzz in the air. But 2020 has been anything but a normal […]

Welcome and Welcome Back

Welcome back to returning students, and a huge welcome to our first years! If you don’t know by now, engineers write, present, debate, consult, and represent; they do it a […]
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