Friday, June 28, 2013

101 Things I Learned in Engineering School

I just got John Kuprenas and (friend of the blog) Matt Frederick's 101 Things I Learned in Engineering School, and I absolutely love it. It concisely and elegantly summarizes the essential lessons you'll discover as an undergraduate science or engineering major. I plan to reference it frequently in my physics classes at Simpson next year. I highly recommend it as a gift for any recent engineering graduate. Also, check out the other books in Matt's 101 Things I Learned... series.

Aaron Santos is a physicist and author of the books How Many Licks? Or How to Estimate Damn Near Anything and Ballparking: Practical Math for Impractical Sports Questions. Follow him on Twitter at @aarontsantos.

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