Andrew Deen
Andrew Deen
Joined LinkEngineering on 03/20/2018
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  • PostedJune 4, 2018

    UpdatedJune 4, 2018

    Posted byAndrew Deen

    https://graduatedegrees.online.njit.edu/resources/msce/msce-infographics/levees-...

    "The United States’ levees stretch out for more than 100,000 miles, with the federal government operating around 2,100 miles of the system. The Congressional Research Service states that an estimated 22 percent of counties across the U.S., which represent about half of the population in the country, contain levees.

    To learn more, checkout the infographic below created by New Jersey Institute Of Technology’s Online Master of Science in Civil Engineering degree program."

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  • PostedMay 16, 2018

    UpdatedMay 16, 2018

    Posted byAndrew Deen

    https://online.maryville.edu/blog/going-back-to-school-computer-science/

    "It’s a computerized, digital world—and you want a part of it. As more and more of our lives are lived online, on our phones, and connected to computers in some way, you understand that there’s a need for experts who can create the apps and programs we love, protect our electronic data, and fix problems when they arise.

    Pursuing a computer science-related degree can lay the foundation for an exciting career in a constantly changing industry. The purpose of this guide is to help you understand some of the degree options available to people like you who are interested in the various fields within computer science."

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  • PostedApril 19, 2018

    UpdatedApril 19, 2018

    Posted byAndrew Deen

    https://graduatedegrees.online.njit.edu/resources/msce/msce-infographics/u-s-air...

    "American airports are in dire need of huge infrastructure investments in order to keep up with the rising passenger traffic as well as comply with industry standards and regulations. The urgent need to improve airport infrastructure across the country becomes glaringly evident during major holiday seasons such as Christmas and Easter when American airports tend to be packed with both local and international travelers. Below is a detailed look at this topic.

    To learn more, checkout the infographic below created by New Jersey Institute of Technology’s Online Master of Science in Civil Engineering program."

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