Sunday, November 15, 2009

Equipped for life

"Women who entered equipment studies faced extensive requirements, including three physics courses and two classes in household electrical equipment, plus one six-hour introduction to laboratory research methodology."
It is very surprising that they had classes that I had when I was undergraduate.

"As additional career training, journalism classes taught equipment students to write about technology for a general readership. "
It is cool. Many engineers do not even know how to write for a general readership.

"Equipment courses not only sought to teach students minor repair skills but also stressed strategies to avoid expensive major problems."
This sounds like a technical thing.
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