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Staying Smart: Engineers and Universities Work To A‹dvance Career-Long Learning

Publication Date: 10/31/2011
Author: Debra K. Rubin
Format: HTML

Matt Collins, the 50-year-old manager of construction operations for Jacobs Engineering Group in Seattle, manages about 60 people in a workweek that can stretch to 60 hours on big-ticket municipal transportation and wastewater construction projects. He's also earning—online—a master of engineering degree in professional practice at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

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