July 13th, 2016:
“They all understand what it is to strive for something… to want to be someone you’re not, to want to achieve something that’s just beyond reach, whether it’s professional success or wealth or... read more "The Green Light"
 
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May 11th, 2017:
Since the turn of the century, there has been a surge of interest and ideas in environmentally conscious products. Almost the entire range of goods commercialized in the world now have an eco-... read more "Of Ecology and Economy"
 
July 5th, 2017:
We’ve all had people around us stress the importance of preparation. Most of us know that before a project begins, there are usually team kickoff meetings to discuss Gantt Charts, project plans, cost... read more "It's All in the Preparation"
 
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July 19th, 2017:
If you’ve ever watched the Bachelorette, there is a point in the show were the camera pans out to witness the protagonist, glossy eyed, contemplating, over four pictures of her four different... read more "Husband or House; How a Decision Aid Can Help"
 
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August 2nd, 2017:
Now that it’s August, we’ve officially entered the “Dog Days" of summer. For a person who despises heat, this means huddling up by the air conditioning unit in my apartment and watching a ton of... read more "Drawing Meaning from Baseball, Statistics, and the World"
 
August 16th, 2017:
“So, what do you do for work?” I’m sure you’ve run into this popular question in one setting or another. Often tossed out as the first lame serve to hopefully strike up a volley of conversation,... read more "Early Onset AI"
 
October 25th, 2017:
The winter months are approaching and, just as it happens every year, the days are becoming shorter. For many, this equals one thing: S.A.D. Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD, is something many... read more "SAD-ness"
 
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November 8th, 2017:
Being an engineer, you’re born to be a creative problem solver - always stepping up to the task to help in any situation when assistance is needed, and always having the drive to figure out how... read more "Building a Better Engineer through Project Diversity"
 
November 30th, 2017:
As I grew into adulthood and established a career in engineering, my life was driven by science. Graphs and equations could prove everything one way or another. Anything could be created by combining... read more "The Art of Engineering"
 
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January 24th, 2018:
“How do you expect to pay attention if you’re just drawing in a book?” This is a question I’ve been asked on several occasions. I carry a pen and notebook with me at all times, in case inspiration... read more "The Influence of Drawing: Why We Should Draw More Often"
 
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February 1st, 2018:
In today’s world of ever-increasing connectivity, our desks are littered with distractions of multiple monitors, computers, smart phones, documents, social media, and music players all while we try... read more "Mindfulness at Work"
 
February 14th, 2018:
In today’s college education system, it seems like everything is focused on one thing: finding a job. Think back to your high school years. One of the biggest pressures of upperclassmen is finding... read more "A Piece of Advice from the “New Guy”"
 
April 12th, 2018:
I would like to share a little bit about my daughter, Christina (age 9), who was diagnosed with an Astrocytoma tumor in her spinal cord in 2014. The tumor was approximately 5cm tall and 2cm wide –... read more "Marathon Monday: Run for MGH"
 
April 25th, 2018:
Ever since I was young, I constantly found myself building and tinkering. Whether building with Legos or Popsicle sticks, I was always striving to create. It’s no surprise I decided to pursue a... read more "3D Printing - A Tool for Inspiration and Creativity"
 
June 6th, 2018:
Recently, I read about an energy storage system in Switzerland that really caught my attention and sent me down a dam research binge. Just before I ventured down this rabbit hole, I got to thinking... read more "A Matter of Scale"