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  1. Hi Everyone, Posting this topic because I have been unable to find virtually anyone going for this same program. I have been accepted to Philadelphia University for the Masters in Textile Engineering program and I expect acceptance from NCSU for the same program in the next couple weeks and I am just trying to figure out which to choose (if I am accepted of course). From what I can see NCSU is a much bigger and more well known research school, but Philadelphia has research more in my specific area of interest (recycling of textiles and waste). Basically, does the school of your maste
  2. Hi all, Does anyone here have an experience applying (or got accepted) to CMU (MIIPS) UPenn (M:IPD) or Northwestern (Product Engineering)? Would like to know how do you prepare your portfolio especially if you're not a design student (like I am)! Or do you know any other school that have similar program as I mentioned above? Would be very happy if you'd like to discuss!
  3. Hi, I am an international student and I plan to apply for Policy PhD programs. Also, I plan to apply for a few masters (stats/econ) programs as a back up if I do not get into a PhD program. Schools applying: Geographical preference: Colorado/Boulder/Denver area (low cost of living for me), however, I will apply to other schools throughout USA. A very preliminary PhD list I have includes: PhD Pol Sci Colorado State (Environmental policy focus) PhD Energy Economics Colorado School of Mines PhD Environmental studies (interdisciplinary) University of Colorado Boulde
  4. Hi all, I did my undergrad in Mechanical Engineering and was wondering if anybody here had experience switching to Physics/Applied Physics for a Master's. How difficult is it? Is there a lot that I have to catch up on? I have more interests in nuclear and particle physics and will probably go to school in Connecticut (since I'll be working for a company that helps pay for the tuition), so I was thinking of UConn or Yale. Any thoughts would be appreciated!
  5. Hi Everyone, Posting here in an effort to connect with a kindred spirit; young, intelligent, problem-solver, and someone who dreams big. I have a strong business background in finance, project management, sales, and marketing. My dream is to create something great and build a strong business. I need a business partner with talents that compliment my own (i.e.- want to partner with someone with technical skills). I want to discuss crazy ideas and moonshots that others may call us crazy for going after. If you fit the bill, please respond and tell me a little bit about yourself.
  6. Hi All, I have B.Eng in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Nanyang Technological University Singapore. What are things that I need to do to apply for top Econs PhD program?
  7. Hi Everyone, So I got acceptances from both USC and UCSD for my terminal MSEE, specializing in signal and image processing, and I am having a tough time making this choice. 1. EDUCATION QUALITY: Both schools seem to be about equal in terms of the quality of the education so far as I can tell from other people and ratings and whatnot. 2. TUITION: USC is about $40000 more in total than UCSD, which makes it seem like a no brainer for UCSD. HOWEVER, I am wondering what is the possibility of being able to get involved as a GSR (Graduate Student Researcher) or TA (Teaching Assistant)
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