By now, you’ve heard that both the House and Senate have passed new tax legislation, which has been heavily protested by students. Why? Because it will change how tuition reimbursements are taxed. Some say that this is a fault of the university systems, not just of the government. Still, the House and the Senate voted on two different bills and need to reconcile and vote it through all chambers before it’s fully passed. Here’s how it might affect you. Read more here.
This summer, at the Global Grand Challenges Summit hosted a podcast contest. Katie Brown, a polymer and fiber engineering graduate from the Auburn University and Yun Gu, an AI student from Peking University, China, voiced the runner-up podcast on encouraging women into the engineering pipeline. Listen here.
It may feel too early to start thinking about New Year’s Resolutions, but here’s one to add to your list: starting the new semester fresh and balancing school, work, and life as a grad student. Read it here.
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There are tons of viral videos of houses with twinkle lights programmed to music, but what about a dorm room? See what happens when University of Nebraska engineering students don’t want to study for finals. (Note: ASEE endorses studying for finals!)