Benefits of a Civil Engineering Master's Degree



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With the rapid growth of cities around the world, global infrastructure demands are on the rise, which means the demand for civil engineers with advanced skills in on the rise, too.

A master’s degree in civil engineering will allow you to gain the advanced knowlege in your engineering specialization that will lead to greater career prospects (not to mention, salary!) and the skills to engineer better structures and systems as society creates more complex infrastructure to keep up with rapid growth.

what's up everybody Isaac here with civil engineering Academy jumping on giving you another quick tip today we're going to talk about the value of getting a master's degree and whether that is worth your time as a civil engineer to get so hang out with me today and we'll answer that question okay so the question again is as a master's degree worth it in civil engineering and today I'm going to talk about the benefits of getting a master's degree I've often kind of preached that getting your PE is looked at more valuable than getting a master's but obviously a master's degree is going to be really valuable as well in fact some people move up in a company don't even have their PE license but they're able to get into management and other positions without their PE even though they have a master's degree so let's talk about some of the benefits first of all the US Department of Labor says that the median salary for a civil engineer is about $85,000 that was in twenty twenty seventeen so that's a pretty good starting salary I think well not a starting salary but a median salary you know what I mean so eighty eighty-five thousand dollars now if you have your master's degree that actually usually is a little bit more than that so a master's degree that's a benefit right off the bat is that gaining a master's you also are paid a couple thousand dollars more to have that degree the other thing that's a benefit of having a master's degree is that it really specializes you so if you go into school you're gonna take classes that you enjoy if you want to go deeper into and it gives you an edge on the competition that is out there so if you're a structural engineer you're gonna take additional concrete courses structural loading courses still courses anything do a structural structures or structure of structural material so all those things and getting an edge with more education more education always gives you an edge on your career so getting a master's degree also helps with that the other benefit of getting a master's degree is that also future proofs yourself so by having a master's degree you are set up for the future right and what I mean by that is that you don't need to go back to school to get if you can knock out your master's degree while you're in school earning your bachelor's right after that would be my recommendation the other thing that's coming up is the ncees organization has been talking about for years trying to get people to have a master's degree or an additional 30 credit hours under their belt so they can become professional engineers now that's ten additional courses which is a master's equivalent and if you already have your master's degree you're already set up for that so you don't need to worry about it so having a master's degree really future proofs yourself you don't need to worry about coming back to school to get those things if you don't have your PE license or whatnot so anyway guys that's the benefits of getting a master's degree I do highly recommend it there are plenty opportunities out there is whether it's online through a school all your coursework online or if you actually attend a classroom so I've seen plenty of good programs with either one I've actually done a master's online as well and found it very helpful with time management especially have kids or family so anyway I do think a master's is worth it so get out there and find one that works for you and I think it will benefit you in your career alright guys that'll wrap it up we'll see you next time bye

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George Orwell – Spanish Civil War and Tea



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Orwell recounts his time spent fighting in the Spanish Civil War and shows us how to make the perfect cup of tea.

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these actual pictures of the Spanish Civil War to the story of graphic violence if the fascist horde encircles it the beautiful and ancient city of Barcelona fills with freedom fighters from around the world our roving reporter spoke to one a really quit I have come to spare in to fight fascism after all there are not such a terrific lot of fascists in the world so if we eat shoot one of them under the glorious banner of when Orwell arrived in Barcelona just before New Year 37 the civil war there had taken an unexpected turn the trade unions who had formed militias to defeat the fascists had by now gonna step further a revolution taking place young and old farmers workers it was the first time I'd ever been in a town where the working-class were in the saddle yes it was the aspect of the crowd that was the query there were no well-dressed people at all it was a town where the wealthy class practically ceased to exist in human history this really was a work a stain a military machine and an improvised army of masses I joined the militia almost immediately because at that time and in that atmosphere it seemed the only conceivable thing to do if you would ask me what I was fighting for I should have answered common decency days after arriving in Spain corporal or where was marched into the mountains west of Barcelona this was where the workers revolution planned to stop fascism in its tracks for the enlightenment of future generations documentary cameras would record the historic battles nothing happened nothing ever happened in nearly three weeks I had fired just three shots at the enemy they say it takes a thousand bullets to kill a man but this rate it would take twenty years before I killed my first fascist all true tea lovers like their teas strong six heaped teaspoons should be about right now no strainers or bags to imprison the tea actually one can swallow tea leaves in considerable quantities without any ill effects one should pour the tea into the cup first this is one of the most controversial points of all but I maintain that by putting the tea in first one can more precisely regulate the amount of milk that goes in whereas you are liable to put too much milk in if you do it the other way around lastly tea should always be drunk without sugar it would be equally reasonable to put in pepper or salt

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2. The Royal Navy on the way home from France with Queen Victoria on board, who had just visited Napoleon III, 1858.

3. Climbers bringing down corpses of their fellows from Mont Blanc, 1895.

4. Major General Horatio Gordon Robley with his collection of tattooed Maori heads, 1895.

5. Gold diggers marching through Chilkoot pass, the only way towards Dawson City, 1898.

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8. Melted and damaged mannequins after a fire at Madam Tussaud’s Wax Museum in London, 1930.

9. A rare color photograph of two Parisian women from 1930.

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12. The Olympic flame arrives in Berlin, 1936.

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37. Pelé taking a break on the field of Hungarian football club MTK while filming “Escape to Victory”, 1980.

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खंड : ‘क’ (हिन्दी भाषा और नागरी लिपि का इतिहास)

अपभ्रंश, अवहट्ट और प्रारंभिक हिन्दी का व्याकरणिक तथा अनुप्रयुक्त स्वरूप। मध्यकाल में ब्रज और अवधी का साहित्यिक भाषा के रूप में विकास। सिद्ध एवं नाथ साहित्य, खुसरो, संत साहित्य, रहीम आदि कवियों और दक्खिनी हिन्दी में खड़ी बोली का प्रारंभिक स्वरूप। उन्नीसवीं शताब्दी में खड़ी बोली और नागरी लिपि का विकास। हिन्दी भाषा और नागरी लिपि का मानकीकरण। स्वतंत्रता आन्दोलन के दौरान राष्ट्र भाषा के रूप में हिन्दी का विकास। भारतीय संघ की राजभाषा के रूप में हिन्दी का विकास। हिन्दी भाषा का वैज्ञानिक और तकनीकी विकास। हिन्दी की प्रमुख बोलियाँ और उनका परस्पर संबंध। नागरी लिपि की प्रमुख विशेषताएँ और उसके सुधार के प्रयास तथा मानक हिन्दी का स्वरूप। मानक हिन्दी की व्याकरणिक संरचना।
खंड : ‘ख’ (हिन्दी साहित्य का इतिहास)

हिन्दी साहित्य की प्रासंगिकता और महत्त्व तथा हिन्दी साहित्य के इतिहास-लेखन की परम्परा। हिन्दी साहित्य के इतिहास के निम्नलिखित चार कालों की साहित्यिक प्रवृत्तियाँ
(क) आदिकालः सिद्ध, नाथ और रासो साहित्य।
प्रमुख कविः चंदबरदाई, खुसरो, हेमचन्द्र, विद्यापति।
(ख) भक्ति कालः संत काव्य धारा, सूफी काव्यधारा, कृष्ण भक्तिधारा और राम भक्तिधारा। प्रमुख कवि : कबीर, जायसी, सूर और तुलसी।
(ग) रीतिकालः रीतिकाव्य, रीतिबद्ध काव्य, रीतिमुक्त काव्य
प्रमुख कवि : केशव, बिहारी, पदमाकर और घनानंद।
(घ) आधुनिक कालः (क) नवजागरण, गद्य का विकास, भारतेन्दु मंडल (ख) प्रमुख लेखक : भारतेन्दु, बाल कृष्ण भट्ट और प्रताप नारायण मिश्र।
(ड.) आधुनिक हिन्दी कविता की मुख्य प्रवृत्तियाँ। छायावाद, प्रगतिवाद, प्रयोगवाद, नई कविता, नवगीत, समकालीन कविता और जनवादी कविता।
प्रमुख कवि : मैथिलीशरण गुप्त, जयशंकर प्रसाद, सूर्यकान्त त्रिपाठी ‘निराला’, महादेवी वर्मा, रामधारी सि

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Lectures in History: Fugitive Slave Laws



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Professor Elizabeth Varon teaches a class on fugitive slave laws in the run up to the Civil War at the University of Virginia. Passed in 1850, the Fugitive Slave Act indirectly resulted in the expansion of the Underground Railroad by which slaves could escape from Southern slave-holding states.

Lectures in History: The Confederate Soldier



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Historian Peter Carmichael is a specialist on the Civil War and Southern history. He is currently the Director of the Civil War Institute and teaches history at Gettysburg College in Pennsylvania. In this week’s class, Professor Carmichael looks at the complexity of the Confederate soldier.

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खंड : ‘क’ (हिन्दी भाषा और नागरी लिपि का इतिहास)

अपभ्रंश, अवहट्ट और प्रारंभिक हिन्दी का व्याकरणिक तथा अनुप्रयुक्त स्वरूप। मध्यकाल में ब्रज और अवधी का साहित्यिक भाषा के रूप में विकास। सिद्ध एवं नाथ साहित्य, खुसरो, संत साहित्य, रहीम आदि कवियों और दक्खिनी हिन्दी में खड़ी बोली का प्रारंभिक स्वरूप। उन्नीसवीं शताब्दी में खड़ी बोली और नागरी लिपि का विकास। हिन्दी भाषा और नागरी लिपि का मानकीकरण। स्वतंत्रता आन्दोलन के दौरान राष्ट्र भाषा के रूप में हिन्दी का विकास। भारतीय संघ की राजभाषा के रूप में हिन्दी का विकास। हिन्दी भाषा का वैज्ञानिक और तकनीकी विकास। हिन्दी की प्रमुख बोलियाँ और उनका परस्पर संबंध। नागरी लिपि की प्रमुख विशेषताएँ और उसके सुधार के प्रयास तथा मानक हिन्दी का स्वरूप। मानक हिन्दी की व्याकरणिक संरचना।
खंड : ‘ख’ (हिन्दी साहित्य का इतिहास)

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(क) आदिकालः सिद्ध, नाथ और रासो साहित्य।
प्रमुख कविः चंदबरदाई, खुसरो, हेमचन्द्र, विद्यापति।
(ख) भक्ति कालः संत काव्य धारा, सूफी काव्यधारा, कृष्ण भक्तिधारा और राम भक्तिधारा। प्रमुख कवि : कबीर, जायसी, सूर और तुलसी।
(ग) रीतिकालः रीतिकाव्य, रीतिबद्ध काव्य, रीतिमुक्त काव्य
प्रमुख कवि : केशव, बिहारी, पदमाकर और घनानंद।
(घ) आधुनिक कालः (क) नवजागरण, गद्य का विकास, भारतेन्दु मंडल (ख) प्रमुख लेखक : भारतेन्दु, बाल कृष्ण भट्ट और प्रताप नारायण मिश्र।
(ड.) आधुनिक हिन्दी कविता की मुख्य प्रवृत्तियाँ। छायावाद, प्रगतिवाद, प्रयोगवाद, नई कविता, नवगीत, समकालीन कविता और जनवादी कविता।
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Lectures in History: Prostitution and the Civil War



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Professor Sharita Thompson of Gettysburg College is a historian of the African American experience during the Civil War and Reconstruction. She teaches a course on “Sex and the Civil War”, and in this week’s class she focuses on prostitution in the North and South.

Lectures in History: Women and the Civil War



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Purdue University professor Caroline Janney teaches a history course on American women in the 18th and 19th centuries. Today’s lecture focuses on the role of women during the Civil War. Janney argues that women provided invaluable services to the soldiers while maintaining the home front.

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Herbert Marshall Mcluhan (*1911 – +1979) lecture recorded by ABC Radio National Network on 27 June 1979 in Australia.
For the best resource collection of his work check out the page Mcluhan on Maui (MOM) here:
The best documentary about Mcluhan (in four parts) is definitely CBC’s Life and Times: Understanding Mcluhan here:
part 1:
People seriously studying his work I can point to Douglas Hofstaedter. His work resembles Mcluhan’s understanding on the basic mechanics behind the mind:
Further elaboration on the process chiasmus upholds for analogy and the role of metaphor as linguistic device under-grinding its mechanics might find ample references in Patricia’s Phd Paper Chi-thinking: Chiasmus and cognition here:
Note that she departs from Mark Turner’s assumption of the parable as a substitute for chiasmus.
Then of course there is the great Noam Chomsky who Mcluhan mentiones in his letters as “stuffing language into grammar”. Transcripts of his theories on language and the mind can be found here:

television is tall and radio is hot that's the message and the medium is Marshall McLuhan good evening and welcome to Monday conference which is often been said to be not so hard when future historians look back on the 20th century it's almost certain that one of the statements from this era which they will treasure for posterity is the medium is the message like most of Marshall McLuhan statements it's pithy apparently simple and provocative to the point of being outrageous another of his propositions is that some media are cool and some are hot Marshall McLuhan studies the media as a way of understanding what it is that makes us live in the way we do as a way of understanding society itself he's concerned with all media but he's best known for his work on the electronic media particularly radio and television he sees them as the extension of our central nervous system and argues that they're leading to an electrical retry realization of the West if there is a mr. electric of the 20th century its Marshall McLuhan more formally he's professor of English in the University of Toronto Canada and director of the Centre for culture and technology there among professor maclaurins books are the mechanical bride war and peace in the global village and of course understanding media the extensions of man Marshall McLuhan has been brought to Australia by the Sydney radio station to SM to address a seminar on the commercial broadcasting and music industries earlier tonight professor McLuhan gave his address and now he is ready for questions from the audience with us made of the participants in the seminar and members of the general public well professor McLuhan I think we better deal with the medium is the message before it does go into a 21st century when you say the the medium is the message does that leave any room at all for criticism of individual say television or content yes hmm you see it doesn't much matter what you say on the telephone the telephone as a service is a huge environment and that is the medium and the environment affects everybody what you say on the telephone affects very few and the same with radio or any other medium what you print is nothing compared to the effect of the printed word the printed word sets up a paradigm a structure of awareness which affects everybody in very very drastic ways and it doesn't very much matter what you print as long as you go on when that form of activity you've said that television promotes illiteracy I'm wondering what do you think that's a bad thing now I don't think it promotes illiteracy I think it creates another form of awareness how literacy had very strange antecedents very strange effects on people and we're only beginning to notice what those effects were now that it tends to be pushed aside and the literacy as a form of awareness is a highly specialist and objective sort of thing you can stand back and the literate man can stand back objectively and look at situations the TV person has no objectivity at all but does television say promote illiteracy or doesn't it it tends to create a totally different kind of awareness which is rather that of involvement literacy is objective TV is subjective totally involving in fact two people who watch a lot of television or listen to a lot of radio say do they read more or read less or do I think radio people are far more literate than TV people but Rick no I listen this is a complementarity of the media but the I don't I personally have avoided making value judgments because I long ago discovered that value judgments are so personal that it confuses people enormous ly yes but that's that is a kind of value judgment and self isn't it and not of a medium but of people and people are very diversified it's long it's been known for a long time that a reader for example the word read to read means to guess look it up in the big dictionary the word radon means to guess and reading is actually an activity of rapid guessing because any word any word has so many meanings including the word reading many many meanings that to select one in a context of other words requires very rapid guessing that's why I good reader tends to be a very quick decision maker Andy a good reader or highly literate present tends to be a good executive because he has to make decisions very fast while reading and so the very nature of reading calls for quick decisions and guessing and the the wets what the word means to guess radar one last point for me you've said that advertising is the folk art of the 20th century in what sense is an art I think it is so a very great art form it's not a private art form its corporate but it is the concern of the advertiser is to make an effect the any painter well any any artist and a musician sets out to create an effect he sets a trap to catch somebody's attention any painter any poet any musician sets a trap for your attention that is the nature of art do you think there are any masterpieces of advertising or radio or television in the sense that they are will know best they all know better in what 50 years and what's your guess now I well I know that there are on the other hand the ones we might select now as the great ads of the year would probably not get the same vote 50 years from now but the remember now mr. Shakespeare wrote plays that were considered very vulgar and popular entertainment in his own day and nobody had any criteria for measuring his greatness at that time he was a popular artist and TV is a popular folk art and we have no criteria for measuring it the measurements that we do use are the results bottom line how many sales resulted from this particular ad but that's box-office thank you now someone to the audience plays yes if the medium is the message and it doesn't matter what we say on TV why are we all here tonight and why am I asking this question I didn't I didn't say it didn't matter what you asked on TV I said that the effect of TV the message of TV is quite independent of the program that is there is a huge technology involved in TV which surrounds you physically and the effect of that huge service environment on you personally is vast the effect of the program is incidental please would you show your undoubted enthusiasm by having your hands up it really does make it much easier if I can see I'm sorry to be yes those of us who are rather cluing students know how clearly you define a problem for us we also know that very often you point to an answer to earlier in your talk this evening you spoke about the search for identity through violence I think we'd all agree now if we ever could afford violence we can as weaponry becomes more efficient we can no longer corporately you would afford violence so what do you suggest as alternatives that we offer instead of the search for identity through violence dialogue the alternative to violence is dialogue which is a kind of encounter interface with others people and situations but yes we live in a world in which we have so much power in the old days you could fire a puller trigger on a revolver and hurt people and but today when you trigger these vast media that we use you are manipulating entire populations and the kinds of violence that we can in now exert collectively our such says to require the situation to cool to write down cool cool cool and I we have you know by means of the overkill we have created a kind of universal peace in the world the the means of destruction are so vast it at our command that we if war becomes unthinkable so in the same way people be are cooled off by media and by situations which require dialogue rather than just self-expression violence is a kind of self-expression and so that the quest for identity now the person who is struggling to find out Who am I now by all sorts of maladjustments all sorts of quarrels all sorts of encounters such a person is a social nuisance of course but quest the quest for identity goes along with the bumping into other people in order to get that you find out who who am i how much power can I exert how much identity – can I discover that I possess by simply banging into other people and so that's what I had in mind is when I saw that the quest for identity is always a violent quest it's a series of adventures and encounters that create all sorts of disturbance I suppose I don't think you have to go very far in literature for examples of it I suppose Don Quixote is a great popular hero and Flash Gordon and Superman but we are now beginning together I'm thinking now this new show the star war that is the new Hollywood thing that is based on Flash Gordon comics the bionic man Bionic Woman these are vicarious forms of violence in which young people are trying to discover Who am I I once asked to my granddaughter or one of our granddaughters who was then six what do you want to be when you grow out and she said instantly Bionic Woman this is a kind of violence that permits one to discover who you are I was using violence in a rather large sense off simply encounter abrasive encounters yes in terms of the figure-ground thesis that you put forward insidious classroom professor in what way would the message that you've given us to not be different if this meeting instead of being here in the Sydney Hilton hotel were say in the center of the Sydney Cricket Ground well cricket is a very organised form of violence I I would insist on studying the game of cricket as a manifestation of the controlled forms of violence in the community and baseball or football any kind of sport is a dramatization of the typical and accepted forms of violence in the business community and so you can learn an enormous amount about the business community by studying the rules and procedures in cricket or baseball or golf as far as that goes the these are all these games are huge ways of discovering dramatizing what the society you are in is all about by the way without an audience these games would have no meaning at all they have to be played in front of a public in order to acquire their meaning a baseball game without an audience would be a rehearsal only a practice the game requires a public and the public has to resemble a whole cross-section of the community I'm very interested in games as dramatizing zuv violent behavior under control first McLean seeing you know so much about cricket the problem is where to put the commercials apparently when you broadcast cricket know where to put the video does this mean the game has to change to fit television or I have been paying attention to cricket in the last few days while I've been here but I it's a game that I did not grow up with so I'm not a they account answer the nation well I'm not sure but the you say where to put the commercials they're evil anyway do you mean that it is so convenient garment you I think it is say where we are same as well oh you've normally put them as the bit where all the theology of the game comes across and all the inner thought there was a womanly aspect of things