Engineers are known for doing many things: designing machines and systems; creating robotics and prosthetics; theorizing and testing designs like elevators, turbines, and tires; and much, much more. None of these projects could go anywhere without effective communication, a skill that can be easily overlooked in the field of engineering. Exactly what kind of communication is required from engineers in their day-to-day jobs, and how does that communication change as they advance in their career? The Engineering Communication Podcast examines these questions and more. Join Kelly Scarff, the director of the technical communication program, and student Matthew Wood as they interview engineers to uncover the answers to these questions.