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Mr. Christopher Seigel, P.E., M.ASCE


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Posted By Christopher Seigel 05-21-2024 10:48 AM
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When I was in school about 10 years ago, there was one option similar to what you and others in this thread are describing. I do not know if it still exists, but for a while, the NJ Stars program allowed students leaving high school who were either of a certain class rank or GPA to attend community college ...
Posted By Christopher Seigel 05-10-2024 09:09 AM
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Thanks for sharing your experience. I am curious if you could share more about what you did to eventually get your utilization lowered. Was this a conversation with management, an official change in position, or something else? ------------------------------ Christopher Seigel P.E., M.ASCE Civil ...
Posted By Christopher Seigel 04-22-2024 11:38 PM
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Hi all, First, happy Earth Day! I was curious as to whether this was a day recognized in anyone's companies and if anything special was done to mark it. As chair of my company's sustainability committee, I'm always looking for new ideas to either make sustainable changes at work or participate ...
Posted By Christopher Seigel 04-15-2024 09:59 AM
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I agree it is both satisfying and professionally overwhelming to occasionally find oneself as "the spokesperson for all engineers" when someone asks the question. In general I usually open with "this is outside of my area of expertise" and try to use that as an opportunity to explain why that is. A lot ...
Posted By Christopher Seigel 03-19-2024 10:41 AM
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Ever volunteer for something extreme before? NASA is opening a call for participants to take part in a simulated yearlong Mars mission. The first crew is already more than halfway through their own mission. What engineering hurdles do you foresee in such a venture? What resources do we take for ...