Transitioning from an engineering student to a real-world engineer or transitioning to a new workplace has never been easy. Tailored to help young professional engineers make a seamless transition and realize their full potential, this talk offers concise yet practical methods on how to maneuver and succeed during different stages of the transition to a new work environment. In this talk, Keye Su, Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Mech. Engineering and Material Science at Duke University, reflects on how helpful it is to find a mentor or role-model to help navigate your transition, reinforce findings by using data in your work and finally, at all times, be prepared to provide updates and summaries of your work to leaders in your organization.
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