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[Podcast] How To Become an Engineer ft. Dr. Ryan Shamet

June 7, 2023      By Bryan Nicol

Tags: Transportation

We’re returning to the classroom to understand how to better shape the AEC industry’s future. Dr. Ryan Shamet, Assistant Professor at the University of North Florida’s College of Computing, Engineering & Construction, joins host Bryan Nicol to discuss engineering education requirements, the ramifications of AI tools, and how the industry can nurture and retain talent. 

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