All right people, we are back at it. We have gone through the flaws of corporate training, had a 101 course on how to resolve some of those employee onboarding concerns, and now Kassy LaBorie is here to offer insights on taking the […]
What does it look like to enter a market where almost half of the entrepreneurs fail shortly after starting?
Those are the odds that face new podcasters. Forty-four percent of all podcasts have three episodes or less. The gates are wide […]
Cybersecurity professionals received jarring news last year when, for the first time ever, demand for their industry’s workforce shrank to 3.1 million people from the previous year’s 4 million people, according to (ISC)²’s […]
New legislation has been introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives that would support training and apprenticeships through partnerships between the federal government and small- and mid-sized businesses.
The “Promoting Apprenticeships […]
The 2021 version of the Endless Frontier Act (EFA) has been reintroduced in Congress, and this is a very good thing.
Most reports have described the bill as a research bill, which it is. The bill allocates around $100 billion to the National […]
On 17 March 2021, the U.S. House Science, Space, & Technology’s Subcommittee on Investigations and Oversight held a hearing “Brain Drain: Rebuilding the Federal Scientific Workforce.” Its focus was on steadily declining STEM […]
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Veteran engineer and educator, Harry T. Roman has written a new educational series on Engineering Activities […]
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“Individual commitment to a group effort — that’s what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work,” the great football coach […]
The IEEE New Initiatives Program helps bring great ideas to light. The program supports potential new IEEE initiatives, services or products that will provide significant benefit to members, the public, the technical community, or customers, and […]
Photo: “Cover” of the new ETHW page (1993 IEEE President Martha Sloan opening the then new IEEE Singapore Office). Courtesy IEEE History Center.
When IEEE was formed in 1963 from the merger of AIEE (founded 1884) and IRE (1912), […]
Mark Van Doren, a wise educator if there ever was one, described teaching as “the art of assisting discovery.”
Electrical Engineering Activities for Use in the Classroom
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[caption id="attachment_9991" align="alignright" width="192"] Cover of recent unabridged translation of “L'Ève future”[/caption]
Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla are in the class of historic engineers who remain household names to […]
Career & Technology Policy Issues for Techies