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  • India to gear up for better infrastructure
    Infrastructure plans by team Modi bring hopes for more engineering jobs
    The month of May this year brought an entire stream of good news for every resident of the country as Mr. Modi got the lead over all the other political parties. He was the man behind the entire campaign, a powerful candidate who is now our Prime...
  • Multiple intern positions
    Multiple intern positions
    The New York City Department of Design and Construction (DDC) has five positions available for a Project Associate. The civil service title is Project Manager Intern. The starting salary is $43,452.00 to $49,970.00 annual. The work location is in...
  • Oakwood College - 7th Day Church
    Seventh-Day Adventist Church - Scholarships
    Oakwood College in 1896 was started by the 7th Day Adventist. This is a church school and they have their major celebration on Saturdays, instead of Sundays. It is a private college, located on 1,185 acres in Huntsville, AL.It is a private college...
  • How do you attract quality STEM talent?
    How do you attract quality STEM talent?
    We’ve heard it said over and over that jobs in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics are in demand, but there is a lack of qualified candidates to fill them. STEM careers are the cornerstone of innovation in every industry, but...
  • Future of unmanned aerial vehicles
    Virginia one of six states designated as test site for unmanned vehicle systems
    Although twenty-eight states applied, according to Mid-Atlantic Aviation Partnership (MAAP) Business Development Manager Guy Kemmerly, only six states were selected as test sites for unmanned flying vehicles. Three of those states – Virginia...
  • 21st Century STEM major at Randolph-Macon College gives students an edge
    21st century STEM major at Randolph-Macon College gives students an edge
    To compete globally in the 21st century, the U.S. needs more innovative engineers who can consider multiple perspectives."It kills creativity...," statedAmerican Society for Engineering Educationconference presenters,when students are...
  • STEM
    The federal STEM push: $3.1 billion in the wrong direction
    The U.S. Department of Education has been advocating for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) education in schools for several years now for the primary reason of filling the pipeline of qualified candidates to later enter the growing...
  • UCF professor wins Florida Academy of Sciences 2014 Medalist Award
    UCF professor wins Florida Academy of Sciences 2014 Medalist Award
    The Florida Academy of Sciences (FAS) awarded Dr. Peter Delfyett from the University of Central Florida (UCF) with the 2014 FAS Medalist award during a ceremony at UCF on Friday, April 4.Dr. Delfyett is the Trustee Chair and Professor of Optics,...
  • All writers are qualified in engineering to assist students in all assignments.
    Website to offer engineering students academic relief
    Myassignmenthelp.com has launched assignment help to assist engineering in Chicago and across the globe.The goal of the site is to help simplify the work and academic life of students.The organization has a writing staff which comprises of...
  • Automation Jobs in San Diego
    How a Healthy Automation Industry Will Mean Job Growth in San Diego
    Recently, the San Diego region received the troubling news that both Sony and Cox Communications were cutting jobs or moving them outside of the San Diego region. Shortly after that announcement, the city learned it had ranked 36th on the Census...
  • MEP Engineers Celebrate National Engineers Week Feb. 16-22
    MEP Engineers celebrates 'National Engineers Week' Feb. 16-22
    MEP Engineers, LLC, a Farmington Hills, Michigan based company, - Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Engineering & Construction Services firm is celebrating 20 years of service, and is conducting a national campaign to get students involved in...
  • GoldieBlox makes engineering toys for girls
    GoldieBlox markets building toys for girls
    Super Bowl viewers might have noticed the ad for GoldieBlox toys during this year's game; the television spot featured images of little girls ditching stereotypical toys in order to build rockets and other inventions. The small company is a...
  • Jason Goldstein
    In the studio with Grammy-winning engineer Jason Goldstein
    If there is such a thing as climbing the ladder of success, Jason Goldstein is the poster child. In search of a job — any job — as a teenager living on his own in Los Angeles, he answered an ad to work in a studio that was located...
  • The Martian Jelly Donut
    Rosetta awakes, Martians throw donuts, clubfoot, citizen science, more
    Rosetta awakes (Nature)The European Space Agency's probe Rosetta has been turned off for three years, while it glides through space on its way toward a comet. The comet is now only a few months away, and Rosetta has awakened on scheduled and...
  • Sterling Winfield
    Engineer Sterling Winfield on recording, endorsements and working for free
    When it was time to work on their latest album, Between The Madness, prog-rock group Vangough once again turned to engineer Sterling Winfield. Their working relationship dates back to Vangough’s debut album, Manikin Parade. Since then, it...