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It doesn't matter if you’re a seasoned veteran or climbing in for the first time, roller coasters are a staple of summer. From your county fair to Coney Island, these amusement park rides have spent their life capturing the imagination of children across the globe. Whether it was the dread of having to wait another year before you were tall enough to ride or the nervous excitement of waiting for your chance to scream through each freefall, it’s safe to say that you probably have great memories of times spent strapped to a roller coaster.
As drones begin to play a significant part in a more diverse range of industries, there is a higher demand for education-based programs that provide training for drone developers, engineers, pilots and technicians. Universities around the country are jumping to fill the need by instituting drone degrees and UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) programs. From drone interest groups to masters degrees, these new learning pathways are...
What comes to mind when you hear the word “hacking”? Most of our public conversation about hackers surrounds incidents of technological takeover. We see hacked elections, cell phones or social media accounts. But hacking doesn’t have to be malicious or illegal. In fact, there are fleets of hackers helping solve problems in our governments and communities; these keyboard wizards are known as civic hackers.