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Hispanics in engineering
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Engineering grad programs
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New leader at NSBE
Bernard Harris STEM ed
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African American grads are filling
essential roles in IT


When looking to enhance diversity by hiring more African Americans, human resource professionals rely on diversity groups, student organizations, and historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) to zero in on this...


Fariba Gartland leads plant upgrades
at Areva


Fariba Gartland is optimistic about STEM opportunities for women. But, she believes, “it has to start at an early age.” Gartland is deputy vice president of plant upgrades and major projects at Areva Inc (Charlotte, NC), a nuclear...


IT co-ops and internships: windows into the real world


College students have an excellent chance of landing a co-op or internship if their resumes include work in information technology, information systems or computer science. And any mention of cybersecurity is likely to get...


FIU and Chrysler bring Engineers on Wheels
to Miami-Dade County public schools


Miami, FL – The College of Engineering and Computing at Florida International University (FIU, Miami) rolled engineering education into South Florida’s public school classrooms this fall with the launch of Engineers on Wheels, a hands-on STEM education initiative...


St Jude honored for supporting military personnel


Memphis, TN – St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital has been named one of fifteen recipients of the Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom award. The awards are presented annually by Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR), an agency...


New directions for Kansas State engineering program


Engineering programs are growing at Kansas State University (K-State, Manhattan, KS), thanks to a combination of government and private funding. The state stepped in with the University Engineering Initiative Act (UEIA)...


AAAS helps scientists learn to communicate their work


Engaging the public with science is part of the mission of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Its science communication workshops, mass media fellowships and public engagement awards are...


The Air Force Reserve values cyber skills


'In the military, as in the private sector, cyber is a growth industry,” says Col Christopher Nick, commander of the Air Force Reserve Command recruiting service at Robins Air Force Base, GA. Nick and his staff of 450...





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