Maggie Bartolomeo
Maggie Bartolomeo
The National Academy of Engineering

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Maggie Bartolomeo works with The National Academy of Engineering as a Communications/Media Associate. She studied Communication and Theatre at the University of Maryland and has a background in media production, including sound design and broadcast engineering.
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  • Sabrina

    Added Tuesday, June 27, 2017 at 8:19 PM

    I am so grateful to have stumbled across this website as I have just acquired a keen interest in the field of engineering after realizing the medical path was not for me. I will be a junior in high school in two months and I would really find it helpful to get an insight and guide to professions relating to software engineering. I have gathered a compilation of questions: 1) What are the skills and credibilities one needs to practice in this field? 2) What level and how many years of ...
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    Maja Mataric, University of Southern California
    Answered 4 days AGO
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  • Added Thursday, June 1, 2017 at 9:51 PM

    Hi, I am a current undergraduate at UM. I have narrowed down my choices to Electrical, Mechanical, and Biomedical Engineering (BME). I intend to attend medical school, but I chose engineering mainly because in case in a few years I decide not to apply, I can still get a job in a field I like. I have interest in biology (mostly anatomy and cell bio) and chemistry, therefore considering BME. I took both mechanics and E&M in high school but is to take E&M in college. However, I have a feeling that ...
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    Monique Frize, Carleton University and University of Ottawa
    Answered Friday, June 30, 2017 at 1:06 PM
    Hi Michelle Today, an undergraduate degree in any of the engineering disciplines leads to a less interesting job than with a Master's degree. Some technologists do a 4 year degree and sometimes companies hires them instead of engineers because they cost ...Read More
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