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Prospects for mechanical engineers are wide open


Jobs are plentiful for U.S. graduates with mechanical engineering degrees, says Aisha Lawrey, manager of engineering education at the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME, www.asme.org).


New techies with disabilities transcend workplace barriers


Because a more diverse workforce fosters innovation, companies benefit when they hire talented professionals with a variety of backgrounds and physical attributes. That includes technical pros with disabilities.


L-3 Wescam’s Anita Ramroop leads engineering of the MX-10


Product lead Anita Ramroop manages L-3 Wescam’s MX-10 product line. Wescam’s advanced laser imaging and targeting systems provide image stability and long-range detection capability for military, Homeland Security...


Jelena Kovacevic chosen to head department of electrical and computer engineering at CMU


Pittsburgh, PA – Carnegie Mellon University’s College of Engineering (CMU) has named Jelena Kovacevic to head its department of electrical and computer engineering (ECE), effective in April. Kovacevic, a professor of biomedical engineering and electrical and...


VDOT Wounded Veterans Internship Program marks eight years of success


Richmond, VA – The Virginia Department of Transportation’s (VDOT) Wounded Veterans Internship Program has placed seventy-five veterans in internship positions since its launch in September 2006, eleven in technical areas.


WSU maintains regional Hispanic and Native American connections


Washington State University (Pullman, WA) is one of the schools that has benefitted from the Washington state legislature’s funding of the state’s new Engineering Expansion Initiative. The initiative, which includes an...


Symantec: dedicated to cybersecurity and equality


Symantec is dedicated to cybersecurity and a level playing field, says Cecily Joseph, VP of corporate responsibility and chief diversity officer. With employees in fifty countries, Symantec provides security, storage and...


IT professionals and engineers play many roles at AFRC


The Air Force Reserve Command (AFRC, Robins Air Force Base, GA) has evolved from a “standby” unit for emergencies into a major command of the active duty Air Force. AFRC currently performs about 20 percent of the...





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