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7 Great Young Minds in STEM

The future of innovation in the global economy is built firmly on a foundation of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). Leaders in STEM can be found in just about every industry and business sector. Not surprisingly, these innovators often find a springboard for their work while they are still in school. We’ve gathered seven of today’s […] Read Article “7 Great Young Minds in STEM”

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(Almost) Everything You Need To Know About Engineering Today

During the past year, we’ve seen near real-time images from Pluto, watched an autonomous robot on Mars, used voice commands for our smart phones, taken photos with drones, and, remarkably, managed most of this via wireless connections on mobile devices and tablets. One of the common denominators of all this cool technology is engineering. Whether […] Read Article “(Almost) Everything You Need To Know About Engineering Today”

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2016 Presidential Candidates’ Views on Tech Issues

  As the 2016 Presidential election approaches and party front-runners are locking into place, the country’s attention is focused on the inevitable changes ahead.   With the future of technology being integral to our country’s operations and economic strength, here’s a look at a few important issues relating to the tech industry and how the […] Read Article “2016 Presidential Candidates’ Views on Tech Issues”

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How to Build Your STEM Pipeline and Engage the Next Generation of Engineers

Remember when you were a kid and you always said you’d never need math after high school? You might’ve jumped the gun a little bit. K-12 STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) classes are more important than ever before and not just for you but for your organization as well. Join us this Wednesday June […] Read Article “How to Build Your STEM Pipeline and Engage the Next Generation of Engineers”