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August/September 2014

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Editorial Highlights

 
October/November 2014

ANNIVERSARY ISSUE
CHAMPIONS OF DIVERSITY SPECIAL

Advertisers in this issue will be recognized as Champions of Diversity on the opening page of the print and online magazine and the home page of our website!

Special anniversary Q&A with leaders in business, government and academia: Lockheed Martin, the Army Corps of Engineers and NJ Institute of Technology


People with disabilities in technology
Tech pros with disabilities bring a special creativity to technical challenges; employers are taking notice.

Energy and utilities
Women and minorities talk about their changing careers in the active energy industry. Shale energy extraction and natural gas are generating jobs; wind and solar are growing.

Transportation opportunities
Technology is influencing the built infrastructure and transportation work. Diverse techies in these fields talk about their jobs.

Jobs in financial IT
The growing use of big data means a bigger IT back office workforce; IT pros who can deliver data with more speed and security are in demand. In this article, diverse folks working in the financial world talk about their jobs.

Asian Americans in technology
Techies with Asian roots have done well through education and hard work, but challenges remain. Asian American pros tell their stories.

MBEs in technology
Minority-owned business enterprises, like the broader business world, are still recovering from the recent financial turmoil; their ability to do more with less makes them attractive to clients.

…and a look at the diverse team that developed Chrysler’s new Jeep Cherokee


Up & Coming: Conventions, job fairs and other events.

Supplier diversity: Minority and women entrepreneurs and the forward-looking corporations they work with.

Diversity in Action: How technical companies and organizations are promoting workforce diversity, and supporting the diverse workforce they already have.

Managing: Technical women and minorities in management roles.

Career Opportunities: Who's hiring and how to reach them.





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