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Re.engineer highlights excellence in STEM while also providing valuable resources for the next generation of professionals. We believe that collaboration is the next innovative frontier that will empower value for people from all walks of life.
“There’s really so much to love in Re.engineer. The emphasis on being united in a competitive environment is the most valuable to me. That’s what our community and the world needs. I also love the interviews. They really show some diversity within the field with content I hadn’t considered as being related to STEM.”
According to The National Center for Science and Engineering (NCSE), there has been a decline in the number of engineering degrees awarded to Black students. The statistics indicate that the number fell from 5.2% in 2000 to 3.9% in 2016.
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