Posts Tagged ‘science’
How do we train ourselves to make more rational decisions?
Together, the classes in astronomy and philosophy lead to bigger questions than they would alone.
Whether you’re interpreting political polls, planning bus routes, or studying wildlife populations, geomatics and Geographic Information Software (GIS) can help you reach your goals. In the spring 2013 semester, Wagner students for the first time were able to take a class introducing them to these powerful methods of employing data.
Born in New York, bullied in school when her mother returned with her to El Salvador, Francis Zuniga returned to her native land. Learning English, working for her rent, she has overcome many obstacles with boosts from her sister, her friends, and her teachers.