One local college student, Jack Sergent, 23, who majors in media arts and animation at the Art Institute in Novi, takes a mix of online and in-class courses.
“The next science adviser will need to be integrated at the earliest possible stage into the administration’s decision-making process,” Holt said, “not just on topics with an obvious science connection such as infectious-disease response, but on matters concerning diplomacy, cyber-security, agriculture and advanced manufacturing as well as resilient infrastructure, which also relate to science
For Americans struggling with stagnant wages, under- or un-employment, one of Donald Trump's most appealing campaign promises was to bring manufacturing jobs back to the U.S. Navigating the complexities of policy, tariffs and geopolitics would make that hard enough already for the president elect. But technology will make this promise nearly impossible to fulfill. Why?
The Naval Historical Foundation has been instrumental in getting STEM programs in Navy museums like the Turner Joy across the country. The foundation has grants to help defray training expenses for educators and contributed to travel expenses for Turner Joy officials.
The series is a company-wide cross-promotional brand event that aims to teach viewers and kids about the science needed to land on Mars.
According to Gottfried, traditional courses may not be right for students with learning disabilities, but not because they aren’t capable of doing the math or science. “If a learning disability makes it difficult to grasp the abstract nature of AP Calculus in class, maybe taking an applied engineering course can make other connections more feasible...
Next year, Republicans will control the White House and both houses of Congress for the first time since 2006. Lowering tax rates has long been a top priority for the GOP, raising anticipation that legislation could be moving early on in the next Congress.
Even for the most seasoned software engineer or developer with a background education in computer science or engineering, completing a coding challenge or a technical screening can be nerve-wracking. Now, imagine you’re a self-taught developer -- the anxiety levels skyrocket.
The new innovation, revealed on Tuesday, is something called Backpack and it’s a second-generation computer switch, the successor to the one it released last year called the 6-Pack that directly challenged tech made by market leader Cisco (and others, like Juniper). The difference is, the Backpack is way, way faster.
Case, who spoke on the topic at the recent TEDx mid-Atlantic conference in Washington, D.C., says the reason money is not going to minority groups boils down to one thing: unconscious bias, or the act of unintentionally gravitating to those most like us. “People that we’re most familiar [with], who are similar to us, are often those we feel most comfortable with,” Case told WTOP.