Diversity is important in every field, but this can especially be true in STEM. Having a diverse team allows for a wider exchange of thought, ideas and ways to problem-solve inspired by a variety of different life experiences and trains of thought. Continue reading Why We Need More Women in Engineering: A Conversation with SWE Emerging Leader Kia Smith
Daleele Alison likes to help others stop wasting time doing tasks that don’t provide direct value to their clients. Continue reading Taking on Diversity in Tech with Daleele Alison
By Ron Kness
When interviewing for a job, it seems like you are at a disadvantage being you are the one answering questions. But there are six unwritten rules that gives you a leg up on others who are interviewing that might not know these six secrets. Continue reading Follow These 6 Unwritten Rules of Interviewing to Land Your Next Job
Implementing clean energy is far from just a phase, it’s a necessity. Given the growing concern with the climate crisis; scientists and innovators Continue reading 4 Reasons to Consider a Career in Energy
As 2022 comes to a close and the New Years’ resolutions start to flow, you may have “Pursue a New Career” as one of your 2023 goals. Continue reading The Hottest STEM Jobs of 2023
By DAVID NIELD, Science Alert.
Our planet and everything that lives on it is buckling under the weight of all the plastic waste we’re producing. The volume of these non-biodegradable materials discarded after use is only increasing, so we need new ways to tackle them, and fast. Continue reading These Engineers Have Invented an Entirely New Approach to Recycling Plastic
By Eric Mack , C|Net
Astronomers say they have strong evidence that up to a quarter of all sun-like stars might have a nasty habit of making massive meals out of planets in their systems. Continue reading Over a quarter of stars like our sun might eat their own planets
By Amelia Hopkins
An MBA is a huge investment, and for what it’s costing you, you want to get as much as possible out of the course. Continue reading Top Tips for Making the Most of Your MBA
By Ron Kness
In today’s workplace, 64 percent of employees favor changing jobs several times throughout their career, and when narrowed down to just millennials, that percentage jumps to Continue reading Is Job Hopping Good for Your Career?
By Diane McClelland, Dr. Angelina Dayton, Dr. Tom Furness III, Deborah Todd
The metaverse is opening doors for more and more people to work and play in virtual worlds. And within this parallel digital universe, we’re already starting to see virtual reality mirror actual reality in more ways than one—most notably with a lack of equality. Continue reading To the Metaverse and Beyond: Access to STEAM Crosses the Digital Divide