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Hawaii's Women in Technology Program has demonstrated to local employers and unions how simple marketing strategies greatly enhance the number of qualified female applicants organizations can draw. This paper looks at...
This paper from Shirley Jackson of Building Engineering & Science Talent highlights the lack of technical and scientific talent being produced in the U.S. There is a quiet crisis building in the United States; a crisis...
Underwater robotics projects offer an excellent medium for discovery based engineering and science learning. The challenge of building underwater robotic vehicles and manipulators engages and stimulates students while...
The typical postsecondary academic career follows a well-ordered path with several discrete milestones. The first of these is securing a tenure-track position at an academic institution, at which point the individual is...
Among students, teachers, and practitioners of science and engineering in Canada, women are often in the minority. Approximately 22% of undergraduate students and about 5% of faculty in Engineering are women. In...
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