Tag Archive: engineering

May 07 2012

LETU to launch new math concentration

LeTourneau University plans to expand its mathematics department beginning Fall 2012 with several new concentrations. One of the new concentrations is Financial Mathematics. This new concentration blends a solid mathematics degree with business courses to equip students for jobs in state and federal government, brokerage firms, banking, pharmaceutical firms, and international finance. Another new concentration …

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May 07 2012

Taking time out to revitalize STEM

By Keith J. Peden   For years, the United States has been losing ground to other countries in the race for qualified workers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics – the so-called STEM fields. It’s not that American kids start out any less curious about the world than kids abroad. But they are clearly not …

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Feb 24 2011

Tyler ISD student to study with NASA engineers

Robert E. Lee High School junior, Cole Paxson, has been nominated to participate in the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA) High School Aerospace Scholars (HAS) program. Paxson will begin the first phase of the program with interactive web-based activities and distance learning in the spring. The next phase will be a residential experience and …

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