Who understands the importance of performance better than an engineer?
Yet the pressures that come with performing to perfect levels can cause some engineers to cut corners, even obfuscate.
How tragic, then, that three apparently bright (or not quite so bright) young things studying engineering at Purdue University have been charged with using their skills to artificially jack up their grades.
I am not sure how sophisticated this alleged scheme was.
It all began to allegedly unravel at the end of 2012 when an engineering professor was suddenly struck by suspicion that the password on his computer kept changing. He … Read more