Surmounting the Barriers: Ethnic Diversity in Engineering Education was the title of a workshop held September 26-27, 2013 to take a fresh look at the impediments to greater diversification in engineering education.
Using Technology is based on a review of more than seventy recent research studies and provides concrete examples of classroom environments in which technology has made a positive difference in the learning outcomes of students at risk of failing courses and dropping out.
This report uses a unique database from the labor market information company Burning Glass and other sources to analyze the skill requirements and the advertisement duration time for millions of job openings.
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More than a dozen prominent Washington research groups have received tens of millions of dollars from foreign governments in recent years while pushing United States government officials to adopt policies that often reflect the donors’ priorities, an investigation by The New York Times has found.
ASTRA Executive Director Dr. Robert Boege welcomes ASTRA / NGY Innovation Fellow Anabel Diaz, a senior at Muhlenberg College, on her first day of work. By chance, the Spinosaurus Press Conference at the National Geographic Headquarters in D.C. was also taking place.