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Engineering failures due to ethics are not new. From the Johnstown Flood in 1889 to the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster in 2011, engineering failures have been caused by problems in design, construction and safety protocol.

The blame can often be laid at ignorance, miscommunications and, in s...

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From its impact on society at large to the lives of individuals, an engineering innovation can have a ripple effect that’s felt far and wide. As a new decade starts at the Case School of Engineering, we have identified the most significant innovative engineering trends that will be making waves th...

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There are two ways to approach writing a personal statement: you can panic—or you can use it as an opportunity to speak directly to the admissions committee. GRE scores are a testament to your competencies, and your letters of recommendation showcase you as a colleague and peer. A personal stateme...

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For many, the first day of graduate school might sound less formidable than the test that precedes it: the Graduate Record Examination, or GRE. With six sections taken over nearly four hours, it’s easy to understand why many face it with some trepidation. There are countless guides on how to study...

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Taking the first step toward a master’s in engineering can be a difficult one, but choosing an online program can make the impossible feel not only doable but also rewarding. Online engineering courses offer the flexibility to take classes around your own busy schedule and, in many programs, offer...

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