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Triangle residents Arpit Gupta and Ranjith Kumar could live or die professionally by the outcome of a vote in Congress today...Both scientists say they need to work in this country for at least a few years to attain major league status in their
They want Santa to bring them more tech workers...Magazine 500 have one wish this Christmas: They want Santa to bring them more tech workers . American schools not made any strides to catch up with the demand for tech-savvy professionals, but they'
Story Strengthening Canada's Research Capacity: The Gender Dimension report cover media The Globe and Mail Editorial cartoons Many [women] are not having the same access as men, said Dr. Lorna Marsden, who chaired the panel that issued a damning
CEOs have long made clear, one of the toughest challenges to growing your company in this economy is finding qualified employees. The American education system's backwardness in science, technology, engineering and math training will not help.
The Academy is also working with the Girl Scouts of the USA to scale the program to hundreds of Girl Scouts Councils nationwide, for which the Girl Scouts of Greater New York is currently serving as a pilot site...State Department (represented at the
Six local schools will be splitting a $3 million federal grant to start high-tech science, engineering and math programs intended to increase student interest in these fields. Despite the recession, these fields remain high demand and high paying.
Joined by Kris Paper, director of information technology at Burns & McDonnell, and Jennifer Lindsey, director of marketing at DuPont Nutrition and Health, Gray-Little summarized the exceedingly slow growth in female participation in those male-
Pius School in Montville , and Linda Carlesi, of All Saints Academy in Parsippany . The grants, of up to $500 each, will be used for a variety of creative classroom projects, workshops and teacher development programs. Don Lynch, president, JCP&L. "
Published October 30, 2012 The next governor of Washington will have a unique opportunity to remake our state's education system, and with it, the futures of generations of young Washingtonians...We are home to world-renowned employers in aerospace,
It's not every day that high school students get the chance to meet a renowned physicist...There are half of million jobs that can't find Americans to hire because they don't have the skills level, he told the packed auditorium at Philander Smith