Kirk Kolenbrander raised a lot of eyebrows recently when he announced he was leaving a high post at a world-renowned engineering school after nearly 3 decades. But in his mind, the move makes all the sense in the world.
The 6th annual Women in CyberSecurity Conference drew more than 1,300 students, faculty and professionals to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, for sessions in learning, working and leading. Six scholars from Southern New Hampshire University were among those accepted to the invite-only conference.
If you’ve ever dreamed of designing the next generation, supersonic airplane or watching the biggest jet engine soar, you may have considered a career in aeronautical engineering. Here are some fundamental questions to help you decide if the field is right for you.
The work students in SNHU bachelor’s in game design are doing isn’t destined to be graded and filed away to gather digital dust. Instead, students are working with real-world clients like Make-a-Wish and Boston Children's Hospital.