News Articles About Engineering

Yesterday, the big oh, look, a distraction from my homework! news was a boy in Colorado who had apparently climbed into a homemade hot air balloon and floated away. This, of course, raised questions. The immediate question was, is this for real? especially after he was found hiding in his house, safely on solid ground, a few hours later. Immediately on the heels of this first query was a second, who builds a giant balloon in their backyard, anyway?

Scholarship Opportunities for Backyard Builders

October 16, 2009
by Scholarships.com Staff
Yesterday, the big "oh, look, a distraction from my homework!" news was a boy in Colorado who had apparently climbed into a homemade hot air balloon and floated away. This, of course, raised
Majoring in engineering can lead to a stable, lucrative, and challenging career, but it involves a lot of hard work and often more than four years of college with little free time to earn money to finance your education. Luckily, in addition to a good job, your engineering major can also land you college scholarships, such as this week's Scholarship of the Week. The Scholarships.com College Engineering Scholarship offers an annual award of $1,000 to an undergraduate student majoring in engineering. There are no GPA or test score requirements. To win, all you have to do is write a scholarship essay explaining what has influenced you to pursue a career in engineering.

Scholarships.com College Engineering Scholarship

August 3, 2009
by Scholarships.com Staff
Majoring in engineering can lead to a stable, lucrative, and challenging career, but it involves a lot of hard work and often more than four years of college with little free time to earn money to
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