Do you remember Rosie from the space age, futuristic animated TV series The Jetsons? Set in the year 2062, Rosie was the Jetson family housekeeper, an authoritative, mechanical robot who dispensed with all of the Jetson housekeeping, sometimes even parenting for the occasionally dim-witted father, George (the fact that fathers are often portrayed as dim-witted in TV situational comedies, even animated ones, is a subject for
“Do what you love,” said every person you ask for career and college advice, ever.
That answer is not always the case. In fact, there’s no easy way to decide which degree program is the best for you. “Doing what you love” may not be an option. Maybe you’re unsure of the occupational prospects, or a major lifestyle change is just not possible with your family responsibilities. Or, perhaps your transfer credits fit better into another area of study, and are the
In honor of National Aviation Day, celebrating famed aviator Orville Wright’s birthday on August 18th, we sat down with Robert Rockmaker, President and CEO of the Flight School Association of North America (FSANA) for a chat about the flight industry, where it’s going and how your aviation career can take off.
Orville Wright would be proud.
Q: What advice would you give students in the College’s air traffic control, aviation flight technology and aviation maintenance technology
By Dr. John R. Woznicki, Dean
Heavin School of Arts and Sciences
It was the philosopher George Santayana who most famously spoke to the ultimate benefit of knowing our history: “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”
You know this quote, or some version of it, and I am willing to wager that you also have an inherent sense that history, and our knowledge of it, is indeed important to us in some way. Historians are those who, ultimately, chronicle and, in many
By Donald S. Cucuzzella, Assistant Director
School of Applied Science and Technology
I often receive emails from students asking if they can earn a nuclear energy degree and a nuclear energy engineering technology degree under our second-degree policy, particularly if they are enrolled in one of these degree programs already. This is a great question that needs a Thomas Edison State College history lesson to answer, so to help you and all those with a similar burning curiosity, I’m happy to