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Meet Andrew from Houston, Texas. He's getting his degree in Petroleum Engineering from the University of North Dakota's Distance Degree Program. Andrew appreciates the flexibility and rigor of UND's Distance Education Program. And even though Andrew lives in Texas, the distance has not hampered him from reaching his goal of becoming a Petroleum Engineer. To learn more: http://und.edu/academics/extended-learning/online-distance/degrees/petroleum-engineering
Founded in 1892, the College of Engineering at North Dakota State University has built a strong tradition of graduating engineers who compete successfully -- regionally, nationally and around the world. Dean Gary Smith says it's the strong work ethic that drives NDSU faculty, staff and especially its students. They are the future engineering leaders of the world, and a handful are spotlighted here through ASEE TV. http://www.ndsu.edu/coe/
The University of North Dakota's College of Engineering is educating students in a new petroleum engineering program that is benefiting the state and attracting funding. The latest gift: funding from AE2S which, with matching funds from the State of North Dakota, totals $1 million.
The Graduate School at the University of North Dakota offers a program in Mechanical Engineering. Follow graduate student Daniel Berg as he studies microfluidics and its role in making space suits and fuel cells more efficient. Daniel works closely with his advisor, Dr. Clement Tang, and together they explain the unique opportunities available in the UND School of Graduate Studies. For more information: https://goo.gl/FLGLpw
Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/MysteryHistory Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MysteryHistoryBook/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Mysterytweetery Steemit: https://steemit.com/@mysteryhistory We have of late, been examining some of the oldest ancient ruins to be found anywhere on earth. Due to their enormous age, many of these sites are simply turning back into geology, blending with that in which they have sat for untold millennia. It is undoubtable, that even older sites, still exist upon the face of the planet. However, due to the erosion they have experienced, they are unfortunately easily argued away as mere geological formations. Although fortunately, it seems that these sites have an uncanny way of haunting those who discredit them… Many of these prehistoric sites found in remot...
Global energy consumption is growing rapidly as the world is developing. However, oil and gas resources will be much less accessible in future, and far more advanced technology will be required to extract them. This means that the future hydrocarbon production will deal with unconventional resources, such as shales, gas hydrates and tar sands; it will take place in deep waters, or it will occur in “difficult” regions such as the Arctic region. The petroleum industry therefore needs more highly qualified engineers specializing in a wide range of areas. Find additional information at: http://www.dtu.dk/english/Education/msc/Programmes/petroleum_engineering
Students in the University of North Dakota's Engineering Living and Learning Community participate in the annual Egg Drop! This event is designed for students to have fun and meet new people while working as a team.
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The next generation of North Dakota scientists and engineers competed in the 65th Annual North Dakota State Science and Engineering Fair March 26 and 27 at the University of North Dakota Wellness Center.. Students arrived on campus on March 26 and took part in hands-on activities on campus in Aerospace, Biology, Chemistry, Geography, Engineering, Math, Medicine, Nursing, Physics, Teaching and Learning. The competition was held Friday. Students competed in either the junior or senior division. First-place winners in the senior division will compete in the International Science and Engineering Fair in May in Pittsburgh, PA.
Thousands of students choose University of North Dakota online programs and courses every year. Many balance career and family commitments, in addition to the dream of starting or completing a college degree. UND's online programs and courses are designed to support you and help further your education. und.edu/academics/extended-learning/online-distance/
The University of North Dakota uses the Hess/Drilling Systems Drilling Simulator Lab and the Hess Virtual Reality Lab to train future petroleum engineers. The drilling simulator replicates a real drill-floor environment in exacting detail, providing a real-life experience for students, researchers and professionals alike. The Virtual Reality lab is one of the first online virtual reality training solutions for the oil sector.