eBook: Women in Engineering - Book 4: Follow Your Curiosities - Finding Success Through Learning

eBook: Women in Engineering - Book 4: Follow Your Curiosities - Finding Success Through Learning

BY Nagel, J.

A former IEEE/IEEE-USA New Face of Engineering, and an assistant professor of engineering at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Va., author Jacquelyn Nagel brings us her engineering career journey, from pre-college years to present day. She balances her life between art and science - and shares the opportunities, challenges, and lessons learned that have helped her achieve a successful and satisfying engineering career.

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