- Helps readers gain insights into diverse engineering work environments and explores ways to transition across engineering sectors and careers
- Presents real-world experiences of engineering Ph.D.'s working in academia, industry, government and other non-traditional areas
- Discusses how to communicate your work to a variety of audiences
Graduate students, early career researchers, faculty advisors, university administrators, practitioners, and policymakers in the Engineering and broader STEM fields as well as career/guidance counsellors in secondary schools and colleges/universities
Table of Contents
Part I- Why Obtain an Engineering Ph.D.?
2. The Added Value
Part II- What Does It Mean to Be an Engineering Steward?
3. Generation, conservation, and trasnsformation defined
Part III- What Do Engineering Ph.D. Holders Do?
4. Characteristics and expectations
Part IV- How Do You Maximize a Enginering PhD?
5. Challenges during transitions and in doctoral education
- No. of pages: 202
- Language: English
- Copyright: © Academic Press 2019
- Published: November 16, 2019
- Imprint: Academic Press
- eBook ISBN: 9780128016039
- Paperback ISBN: 9780128015933
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