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Chrysler Group Considered 'Popular' Among Women Engineers

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  • Readers of Women Engineer magazine identify Chrysler Group among "places they'd most like to work" for the second consecutive year
  • Magazine is regarded as the most widely read recruitment magazine in the nation for women in the engineering world
  • Annual reader survey featured in the magazine's spring edition
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  • Readers of Women Engineer magazine identify Chrysler Group among "places they'd most like to work" for the second consecutive year
  • Magazine is regarded as the most widely read recruitment magazine in the nation for women in the engineering world
  • Annual reader survey featured in the magazine's spring edition

Not Transformers or Terminators, These Robots Help Students Build a Future

The Ultimate Sport for the Mind, 2013 FIRST Robotics Competition Championship
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With team names like “Killer Bees,” Bionic Barons” and “More Martians,”  a dedicated following of high school-aged “techies” happily sacrifice hundreds of hours of their spare time to conceive, design and build some very sophisticated robots and their futures.

Read more about these extraordinary students and their robots in a Chrysler Group LLC blog by Betty Carrier Newman.

 

 

Cisco Employees To Be Among 1 Million STEM Mentors By 2020

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By Sandra Wheatley

Cisco’s Patrick Finn, Senior Vice President, Public Sector, joined U.S. President Barack Obama and 9 other leading U.S. technology companies and education nonprofits to launch US2020 at the White House Science Fair.

US2020 is an all-hands-on-deck initiative that aims to connect more science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) professionals to students from kindergarten through college.

The Chrysler Foundation to Fund 'Out of this World' Science Initiative

Student-designed Experiment Bound for International Space Station a Giant Leap for Michigan High School Students
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Grant Answers President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology Call for More STEM Graduates

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Grant Answers President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology Call for More STEM Graduates

New Gender Benchmarking Study Finds Women Greatly Under-Represented in South Korean Science, Technology and Innovation

Numbers of women in engineering, physics and computer science are on the decline in Korea
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SEOUL, March 7, 2013 /3BL Media/ – In the first gender benchmarking study of its kind, researchers have found that numbers of women in the science, technology and innovation fields are alarmingly low in the world’s leading economies, and are actually on the decline in others, including the United States. South Korea’s low ranking in the study results reflects a substantial underrepresentation of females in public and economic life.

New Mobile App by Sodexo Provides Insight and Innovation on the Future of Work

New App is the single source for emerging thought leadership for Corporate Real Estate, Facility Management, Human Resource, and Supply Management
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GAITHERSBURG, Md., March 5, 2013 /3BL Media/ - Successful executives make informed decisions requiring data and insight at their fingertips.  The Innovation & Insights mobile app released today by Sodexo, is the single source for emerging thought leadership for Corporate Real Estate, Facility Management, Human Resource, and Supply Management professionals.

VIDEO: PG&E Transforming Educational Experience of UC Merced Engineering Students

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MERCED — For Bezait Ali, coming to the University of California, Merced, and studying environmental engineering looked like a window to her future.

The school opened in 2005, the newest UC campus. And the College of Engineering had just received a $1 million grant from PG&E, which meant funding for new facilities like the Engineering Service Learning Lab and other student projects.

Sappi Invests $100K to Strengthen Science and Math Education in Maine

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Sappi Fine Paper North America, which operates paper mills in Westbrook and Skowhegan, has pledged $100,000 over the course of four years to support a University of Southern Maine program that prepares students for the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

The Pioneers Program, established at USM in 2011, is the first college-level program of its kind in the state, according to a media release from Sappi.

HP's Education Vision: Combining Human Ingenuity and Technology

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By Michael_Thacker 

When HP looks at the changing technological landscape, it inspires us to support the education needs of future generations. 

By 2014, there are expected to be 2 million jobs created in the science, technology, engineering and math-related (STEM ) fields. So for students, a solid education is more important than ever.

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