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dpret001 wrote: Lathe- Blog Post 1
What are your technical strengths (e.g., skills, option courses taken, etc.) I am currently working at a cement factory for two years, which has exposed me to industrial and heavy equipment. My job has exposed me to good and bad group and project (More)
What are your technical strengths (e.g., skills, option courses taken, etc.) I'm pretty good with Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint), and have some experience with C++ and MatLab, but this experience is in the context of TCC and ODU cours (More)
jcoul001 wrote: Blog Post 1
What are your technical strengths (e.g., skills, option courses taken, etc.) - My technical strengths include mechanical awareness and the ability to physically make things work. I have taken multiple courses in programming and computer modeling, in (More)
nwatk002 wrote: Blog Post 1: Flight Sim.
What are your technical strengths (e.g., skills, option courses taken, etc.) I've played around with AutoCAD and Solid Works but I am not a expert with them. Good news is that I have taken a project management class at ODU and I am good at destro (More)
What are your technical strengths (e.g., skills, option courses taken, etc.) I have taken Additive Manufacturing, have extensive experience with hand tools, and some experience with circuitry and coding.What are your technical weaknesses or things y (More)
‎‎The discussion prompt is correct in recognizing that the ideals of management and leadership are quite different, despite being synonymous in everyday conversation.  Management, at its core, is “using organizational resources to achieve def (More)
For those currently teleworking, perhaps for the first time in their professional lives, there was little time to prepare for the cultural reset that would occur in the transition. Leaders work tirelessly to create a functional workplace culture. Bu (More)