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Fearless And True
Aufan70,similar experience with grades, BSIE67. Do you remember Dr. Askew Physics head, flunked twice in first physics
course. When registered for physics told this young guy, give me any physics not taught by Dr. Askew, that was him..Later in my career I was head of engineering for 23 plants. Retired now after 30 years with my own company..WDE AU Engineers.
This post was edited by tbon986 18 months ago
Worry only about things which you can change, the rest will either work themselves out or kill you......either way, no more worries.
Listen you Au engineers.....I was in engineering classes before I went into interior design. It was tough in engineering. My hat is off to you all. Every time i hear someone say they are an Auburn engineer I admire them.
Good luck to you young man.
I'm starting to feel old.
I have a BEE from 1969. Yes it's a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering, not a BSEE. There is a difference.
I have a consulting engineering firm in Birmingham and I have been in business for myself since 1985.
NEVER UNDERESTIMATE THE VALUE OF AN ENGINEERING DEGREE FROM AUBURN UNIVERSITY!!!!
Good luck. Work hard and be proud of what you accomplish.
This post was edited by mhobtr 18 months ago
Chemical Engineering class of 97! The best time of my life! Prepare to work really hard!
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