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February/March 2010

Diversity/Careers February/March 2010 Issue




D/C and Web 2.0
Hispanic engineers
Healthcare IT
Sustainability
Military vets
ONR supports STEM


Tech MBEs
NMSDC in New Orleans
News & Views
Regional roundup
Supplier diversity



Diversity in action
Managing
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From the editor

Diversity/Careers and Web 2.0

I'm happy to report that Diversity/Careers has moved into the world of Web 2.0. We now have a Facebook page, and we're on Twitter.

www.facebook.com/pages/DiversityCareers/244780097826If you're a Facebook user, please become a fan. Then let us know what you think of individual articles, or what you'd like to see in future issues of the magazine. Comment on our posts, start a discussion, or just post your own thoughts on anything that's relevant to the multicultural technical workfoce we cover. Post photos of your latest diversity event for others to share.

We also invite you to follow us on Twitter. We'll be tweeting links to new articles and info on events of interest, and re-tweeting important news from the companies and organizations we follow.

The social networking world is changing fast. Facebook has expanded from a place for youngsters and college students to trade messages, photos and info, to a tool that publications like ours can use to reach out to readers and others interested in the topics we cover. And Twitter has opened up a whole new world of ultra-quick communication within cyber-communities. We're excited about these new ways to connect with readers.

We're hoping to connect with you in other ways, too: until the end of April, we'll be seeking your input for our fourth annual Reader's Choice survey of the best companies for diversity. Please make your choices now. And watch for our annual Best Companies list in the June/July issue.

Please join us in cyberspace and share in our adventures!

D/C



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